Terminé assez-bien. Mais, je préfère un refroidisseur de liquid.
Okay, got it. I'd like to see the OC on it after you do that.
Looks good, but with a cooler and CPU like that, you should OC more. I've got my i3 8350K at a higher overclock than that and I know as a fact that the 7700K has more headroom.
Just add more description and some of the technical performances and this could be a feature. I'd really like to know the temps.
Congratulations on the feature.
I don't think that you have enough storage...
Okay, in all seriousness, let me ask you, how many Terabytes do you have?
How do you configure the 1080 Ti's to be in 4 way SLI?
So what voltage are you using.
While doing the stability test, it crashes and takes a few tries to boot it up without it crashing again. So in short, both.
Wow, great build. Where is the reservoir at? That is a pretty good OC at a very lo temperature.
It isn't really posted though. You should add in all of the parts.
What is you're voltage at? I have OC'd my 8350K to 4.8GHz at 1.31 Volts and attempted 4.9 at the same voltage which didn't work. I don't want to have to go through the whole irritating process of upping the voltage and stress testing to find stability which often times ends with my PC not functioning properly. I'd like to reach the 5GHz barrier so what do you have the voltage set at?
Is it delidded? The 61C under load temperature is pretty low for a 4.8GHz OC. I OC'd my 8350K to 4.5 with a Kraken X62 and I get up to 68. Is the 8700K just that much more thermally efficient?
Okay, great. That will be a good combo.
The build looks pretty good. Just like what everyone has been saying about the cooler; I agree. I saw your reply about wanting to upgrade to an X62, and I highly recommend it. I have one and have overclocked my 8350K to 4.5 GHz with good temperatures. Also, I feel like the 1050 Ti is slightly underpowered for the 8600K which is quite monstrous. Do you plan on upgrading that? I'd recommend a 1060 at least. I guess that may be all you need for Overwatch, but the pair of that with your current CPU which is high end with the third lowest end Nvidia card isn't the best choice.
Thanks for the help. I found out how to open BIOS. It was the fast boot. Now I have XMP enabled I will do some overclocking. And to PC3-PO; great build.
I didn't get it from Newegg. But the board isn't defective. All functions run. I just cannot open BIOS for some reason that I assume to be solvable.
I have tried doing that. I have searched the web for a solution to my problem and I have found that there is something called fast boot. I am thinking that this may be my issue since windows is booting up much faster now than it did on my old Gigabyte board. Do you know how I'd disable this function?
For some reason, I never see that. Instead I see the Windows logo.
I have an Aorus Z370 board, but I have had difficulty opening the BIOS. How did you do it?
Hey, I just built a computer using the same board and it is great. I see that you have OC'd this build I was wondering how you opened the bios? I'd like to put my RAM into XMP mode as well as do an overclock. Great build, hope you can help.
Looks great. I just completed a build that is similar in some ways and different in others. That OC is impressive.
You could have saved about $100 on the motherboard if you did a different Z270 like the MSI Z270 SLI PLUS, or the ASRock Z270 Killer SLI. But it does look really good and somewhat resembles a build I had planned but have not been able to do.
I would recommend that as well.
What is the new power supply that you are getting? Honestly though, your cable management is pretty good. I don't really know why you thought that there could be anything bad about it. Overall, the build looks great.
It looks great. Isn't that ridiculous how expensive that 1080 Ti is though? A few months ago, a build like this would be a few hundred less.
If what JackOfSpades789 said is the case about the card price I guess that I can see why you got a 1070 Ti, but if you did actually get it for the listed price, that was a mistake because you could have gotten a 1080 for about $200 less with 6% more performance or like Maple_Syrup said, you could have spent a little bit more and got a 1080 Ti which has ridiculously higher performance. But just like what everybody else has said; Nice build.
I was basically planning on doing a scaled down version of this with a 7700K and a 1070 and a bit less SSD storage. Looks great. I have always loved the aesthetics of the NZXT Kraken X62.
Wow, that is a lot in a relatively small space. Good job. Especially for the price.
I believe so; since your board is an MSI one and G.Skill is designed to do it's RGB pattern configuration with Asus Aura, Mystic Light would be the problem here. I did hear that they were trying to fix that issue in some sort of update, but even if they did, it is very likely that there are still issues. Thank you for the information by the way. (So would you recommend for me to go on the Optane route since it works pretty well, or would you say that an SSD would be a better idea?)
Or a new i3 8350K. That is way better than any R3. (Or 5)
Definitely. I can only imagine. I have an FX-4300 and 8GB of some really cheap DDR3. And it destroys the performance of my 1060.
About the RGB issue, I have heard that the reason why G.Skill RAM lighting issues on MSI boards is because MSI is running Mystic Light and Trident Z RGB is built to most properly run Aura Sync. I think that this look pretty good. I did notice that Optane sticker on the side of the case. If you are running Optane, how is it? I am wondering because I sort of want to use some of it instead of spending a good amount of money on an SSD and just boost my 3TB drive. How has it been performing for your PC?
Very good. I really am impressed with Intel's performance increases with the new Coffee Lake Architecture.
I'm pretty sure that your keyboard is the most expensive part. I was laughing al the way through your description. I guess that you can say that they don't make them like this anymore.
I am going to do something with the same case and cooler and RAM and some other things. Yours turned out really good.
Absolutely amazing. Your work on the infinity mirror is masterful. The only thing that I can say that needs to be improved on my opinion is the cooler. Usually with CPUs like the 7700K, AIOs are pretty much the way to go.
This looks great. This may be one of the quickest builds to get featured that I have ever seen. That probably tells you how impressive it is.
Seriously, the performance for size in this machine is remarkable.
This looks great, but I do think that it is a bit pricey especially for not having a custom loop. Speaking of custom loops; has PCPP ever done a build with EKWB or something like that? Or are there any plans to.
Also, I was wondering if that RGB that I see in the front of the case is just part of the case, or did you have to pre-install it?
I was just there a couple of months ago. I bet that you will get good money for this.
You are too modest about what you have done here. The paint job looks great and all of the modifications are better than anything that I have ever done. Absolutely nothing bad to say about this.
This is very over-the-top. Looks great.