The PSU is $100 on NewEgg so it's probably a ridiculous amazon price
Yeah, will def try to OC to 2666 at least, maybe 2933.
Yep, the motherboard will have the right bios, and the ram is actually 2400mhz c16, just couldn't find the actual part on PCPP. Also it's 32gb for $50, while 3200mhz would cost me ~$100 more, which is out of budget.
Yes, the 1660ti should be able to run it 60fps@1080p
It is a lot better, the 1660ti outperforms the rx 570 by a lot, getting twice as many FPS in some games.
You should not need an optical disc drive
You will be able to run World of Warcraft 60fps@1440p
Which games will you be playing and which VR headset are you planning on using?
It should be able to handle those games 60fps@1080p
This build should perform better than a ps4
Beautiful, definite feature
Sorry, I worded that poorly, what I meant was if it was possible to add a compatibility warning for all PSU's that just says to make sure the plug has the right orientation.
It's fine, this works just fine for my purposes. Also, wouldn't a compatibility warning be enough for the unique PSU requirements?
The case doesn't appear to have a fan splitter so you most likely would
That will be fine for this build
I don't see why it would be that different, they're basically the same card.
This PC should last you a bit, and I think you can transfer your windows 10 key.
I guess, it looks fine anyway.
You can never have too much RGB
You can always mod the motherboard to be white by doing something like making acrylic mobo armor.
Why not just get the entry level AMD guide instead?
Yes, you should be able to run those games at 60fps at 1080p
It would most likely run at 60fps, but people recommend a better PC.
I don't know much about escape from tarkov, but it should be able to get 60fps. However, I would recommend getting the entry-level AMD build instead, unless you have a reason to choose Intel over AMD. Also, it wouldn't be worthwhile to upgrade to an i5/i7 instead of a ryzen 5 3600. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask.
Thanks, thinking of building in the P3 and the screen just fit so well
What's the mini monitor you used for system info?
100+, here are some benchmarks:
It doesn't appear to have BlueTooth capability. With this build, you could get something like this which gives you wifi and BlueTooth for $30. I've used it twice and it has been plug and play with no issues.
You probably would be able to fit the card in with a motherboard where the X1 is about the X16. I am pretty sure you can not fit the card below the GPU as it is 2 slots thick. Here are the 3 motherboards that fit the pre-existing filters and have a top X1 slot. However, if you don't need 4 ram slots, this 2 slot motherboard has a top X1 as well. I hope this helps and happy building! Also, feel free to DM me if you have any further questions!
Yes, here are some benchmarks:
Forza Horizon 4: https://www.gpucheck.com/game-gpu/forza-horizon-4/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1660-ti/amd-ryzen-5-2600/
Assassins Creed Odessy: https://www.userbenchmark.com/PCGame/FPS-Estimates-Assassins-Creed-Odyssey/4032/727265.476318.104.22.168
Oh, I was using USD, so sorry for the confusion.
The extra ~$40 should be worth it, based on benchmarks, a ryzen 5 1600 and a rx 570 will get 90 fps on fortnite, while this build averages 60 fps. On CS:Go you shouldn't have any problems with both builds getting over 120 fps on average.
Looks amazing, just might want to get the final ll fan for the bottom fan slot
Understandable since 5600xt just released.
It will fit, ThoughtA knows what he is doing.
It depends on the game, can you specify? Also, you may want to use the entry level AMD gaming build as the Ryzen 5 1600 offers more cores and threads than the i3 9100f as well as overclocking capability and hyperthreading.
While this build will be able to play those games at 60fps (might be able to stream, but would definitely take a hit) the $250 more is definitely worth it for the modest AMD build once they update the GPU to the 5600xt (similar performance to an rtx 2060)
Did you mean $20 instead of $120? The 1660 ti for me is 260 while the 5600xt's are 280.
The case appears to have the 2 front fans pre-installed.
I would recommend this adapter if you would be building with an ATX motherboard like this modified version of the build guide(On MATX board the X1 slot is usually blocked).
Ah ok, that's understandable.
5600xt should replace the 1660ti
Looks good, can we have some more photos?
Looks beautiful, and i'm assuming that the 2700x is supposed to be a 3700x//3800x?
Yeah, the 5950 xt is looking good
So it's bottlenecking the game, not the CPU, right?