That is no mouse.
That is a toad, or rat
Don't know why but I found this hilarious.
Good on you, especially compared to my lilbro (about your age) who wouldn't lift a finger for his 1500 pc
Do you overclock your components and in that case how does your psu handle it? I'm not sure whether to get a 850w psu or a 1000w psu. I plan on overclocking a i7 9700k and a RTX 2080 ti.
Also, my girlfriend loves your dog.
Did you overclock the dog as well?
Yeah the "gaming" version looks super compact. Thanks for the tip
My idea is to later on upgrade my system by just throwing in an extra video card in nvlink a few years from now . Going with Nvlink right away would be way too much money for me to spend. The 20 series cards perform just as you'd want to in nvlink (sli), meaning you get almost a 100% performance increase in Fps with the second added video card as long as the Cpu doesn't become a bottleneck compared to the older generations of sli where you could expect about a half of that along with some other issues. So my question is.. would a i7 9700k become a bottle neck if i run two 2080s or two 2080 tis in nvlink.
The claims I make about nvlink performing much better is just based tests I've seen on Youtube when playing games
"Found it in someone's house"
Thank god you didn't forget to include the Rubber Ducky in the part list
That Wi-Fi card sag tho. Gotta get a support for that
By the way, This PC you made looks quite amazing. Nice to see a craftsman like this
This makes alot more sence now.. it's basically like a power strip in case you don't have enough M.2 slots on the actual mobo
This counts as a pch connection then, right? Because they're M.2 interfaces?
Would it balanced use an i7- 9700K and run with two 2080 cards or two 2080 ti cards in SLI?
I'm actually thinking more about wether to mount a wifi card or use an integrated on in a mobo, just not sure if the integrated ones perform as well or well enough to skip out on the aftermarket option. Either way, aiming for a high end wifi solution
Just wanted to find out, well you know what. Sorry
It would be a real shame is something were to... happen with all of that.. storage.. he he heee
So PCH is the socket where you insert the cpu?
And the Sata bus is the Sata cable between the Storage and MoBo? What if i just run with M.2 storages to get rid of the Sata interface?
To be honest, I did check out the ones that cought my eye
I'm aware that you don't use that in your build. But there was only one build on this site that had both an i7 9700K and those cards in sli so I reached out to the 9900k guys who were running with those cards in sli aswell eventhough I'm not looking into buying an i9
Okay, would you mind explaining what "the pch" means? Sata bus as in like another communication lane.. somewhere other than between the storage and MoBo? I am pretty new to this.
Because I asked this on more than one build? I just want different opinions and answers to the question
Only on the builds that are related to the topic of my question, think there was six of them. Why? Is that not okay?
Just love the way the bottom air intake looks like and the feeling it brings. Amazing pattern
Too bad the system wont play... Red dead 2 (pic 5) ;D
wait... is it possible to mount a wifi card in a slot that's larger than the wifi card's interface??
Is it just me or does that mouse look like it's lost?
OR maybe if there are any nice RTX 2080 cards taht only take up 2 slots that would solve it too
An option would be to use a mobo with built in wifi. Reason for not settling with that is that I'm not sure if the integrated wifi solution performs as well as the wifi card in pci slot solution does. Any knowledge in this area?
I want to be able to run nvlink (sli) with three slots for each video card and still fit a wifi card somewhere except for above the top video card as I think it wouldn't look good aesthetically. and I can't find any video cards that let me have those three video card slots and at the same time let me put in a wifi card somewhere underneath a video card (to hide it). Also trying to make the build as compact as possible, so running an eATX mobo wont be an option either
Did you have to get rid of the wifi card in order to fit the second video card? I am very new to pc building so tips and knowledge would be much appreciated
Yes, thanks for the reply. I am aiming for a long lasting build so I probably go with the more expensive options in order to increase the lifespan to as long as possible with future nvlink and ram "add on" upgrades in mind, aiming for an overall cost of about a bit over 2000 USD for just the tower without future upgrades in mind.
How do you make the G card's fans face outwards like that?? Is it some kind of angled extension or something??
I'm fairly new to this. How does changing the CPU from an i7 9700k to an i5 9600k have an impact? Why is one better for gaming and one better for streaming?
What made you decide to go with EVGA for the g card instead of MSI, ASUS etc?