He said average 85-100
True. But what is the point in getting 120 gb ssd for just windows? All it would do is load faster and install faster. For 50$ I would just throw in another 1tb 7200rpm hdd
Yes it can run nvidia shield lol
For a budget build ssds don't matter. Stop giving advice on a budget build. When his computer was already over 1,800 in Canada
damn dude. I can make a build thats 1,800 that is 10x more powerful than this build...
90-400 watts. yeah the 500 can run it. Ive seen builds with a 500 watt that used sli 1080s
+1 love your build. I started out a build similar to yours but now mine is over 1,200
ssd vs a hdd in starting up terms is only about 5mins off. Most people don't even shut off their computers, so installing windows on the ssd would make zero difference.
For a budget build this is a bad thing to say to get. The 1tb hard drive is fine.
Just letting him know
I am surprised 650 watts is working so well this all of the stuff you have in it
Yeah I understand. This cpu is also the same price as the ryzen 5 I just noticed
Your CPU is too weak for this graphic card.
Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.50GHz with GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (x1) will produce 19% of bottleneck. Everything over 10% is considered as bottleneck. We recommend you to replace Intel Core i5-4690K @ 3.50GHz with Intel Core i7-7800X @ 3.50GHz.
This is an amazing build. Your so nice to do this for your friend. :) +!
I would have went with something like ryzen 5 with a 1070. but nice build :)
I know he was joking calm down.
and also the 1500 doesn't come with a bundled motherboard
yes this is a gaming rig. I through in the water cooler for future improvements that I am already planning
This is the Final Build:
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only thing I dislike is that your monitor doesn't have HDMI
no problem. your build looks good :)
Nice catch I didn't notice that. ryzen cipsets support ddr4
Your pc looks like it might develop Claustrophobia, but other than that great build
Can I ask why your going with ddr3? (Never mind I see, you already purchased your motherboard) I would get a ddr4 motherboard, ddr4 less energy than ddr3 and much faster.
Your fine. Happy Building :)
I think it would be cheaper to get a 2x8 pack instead of 2 1x8 packs of ram
Everything should be good. I would upgrade your cpu when ever you get a chance to a ryzen 3, or 5
what about 4k?
If your looking to save some money I would go with a ryzen 5 chipset cpu
Throws money at you make me a pc :D lol
And also the ram is only 2133 which isn't really that fast compared to 3200
Yes but this build has only 16gbs of ram. 3d modeing/rendering will use alot of ram
you are right. nice build I didn't read the that the keyboard mice, and ect aren't apart of the pc price
actually no he shouldn't go with this. he needs more ram than just 16gbs for 3d modeling/rendering
Watercooled ram sticks lol
Instead of getting 16gb of ram you could have just stuck with 8gb for now and upgrade later. Could have saved about $50-$60 and got yourself a nice 3.5 1tb hdd
Okay also why did you add speakers? Just wondering the monitor has pretty nice built in speakers
Your cable managment. OMG! Yes! +1 (when your build looks like a child made it (Mine))
The only thing I would have changed was the i7. To me I think i7 are over rated and not worth it, I would have suggested ryzen 7
For $200 extra dollars through in a a decent priced case with nice air flow. (Or water cooling if you wanted to overclock)
But you just went way over his budget. the highest he wanted to go was 1,700 but didnt even want to get close to that.
sorry I kinda went $50 over your budget but for what your asking these are what you need. You need lots of ram for 3d modeling/rendering
This is what I have so far. I think it should meet your demands. You may wanna get a new case or something.
What is the highest budget you can go?
This should be what you are needing. I put in 32gb of ram in a 1,500$ budget. With a 1920x1080 monitor, 1070 8gb and a amd ryzen 5 1600. For abit higher than 1,500
Not sure ill look for a nice cheap monitor
This isn't going to need a 2560x1440 monitor just for 3d modeling/rendering