It takes up slightly more than 2 slots but it is sagging a little bit so its hard to tell exactly but i think it would probably fit.
It depends on the manufacturer some don't mind when you take their cards apart but either way its mostly a scare tactic because it's not technically legal for them to deny you your warranty for removing those little stickers you can also remove them without damaging them if your really careful i'm also pretty sure you can buy replacement fake ones that are identical.
Nice build looks great. Glad you got a nice case that first one wasn't worthy of a Threadripper.
Support for what? There's not much that can go wrong that Microsoft can actually offer any sort of useful help for. And even if there most of the time you can just look it up and have it fixed before Microsoft would even get you talking to an actual person
Also if you read this is an upgrade to a previous build he just used the same key he had before.
Since when why would you spend $100 on a widows 10 key when you can get one for $10 of Ebay and use that $100 on a better cpu cooler or something.
Oh man if I won the lottery
oh dam, that sucks time for a bigger case I guess.
Nice ya I don't think the 1080ti sli + a 2080ti is necessary but I don't think it would be to much of a problem for that psu (would definitely hurt the electric bill though) but if you really wanted to run the 1080tis sli they do make 1600w psus which would leave you a nice 500w head room.
Do you run 2 games at once on both systems? And if so how are thermals while running both?
I've never been so confused and so in love at the same time
Oh I thought it came with out the cooler I know the 1600x didn't come with one I thought it was the same idea.
I think you need more space to download the witcher 3
And I would spend more on the cpu than I did on my current cpu motherboard and ram combined for an extra 30 or so fps (sometimes) no thanks....
I already have it a 4.5ghz it gets quite toasty during stress test but with normal use it never goes above 70
This is a comparison to a ryzen 5 1600x https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://m.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3Dnd6HoWUCGnc&ved=0ahUKEwjq5uGy0ajfAhWIMd8KHZCGDecQo7QBCDIwBg&usg=AOvVaw1nAAvJ6bci-z8V4zBgnWK_
Dispite its age it holds up amazingly it really doesn't bottleneck the 1080 at all (as long as you overclock it) when you compare it to a i7 8700k at 1080p by the time there's any difference your in the 160+ fps range anyways and the gap almost goes away at higher resolutions but when its overclocked it's on par with a ryzen 5 2600 or a i5 8600k
Nice build packs a big punch for such a small PC.
That adding on 190 for a monitor 150 for the headset 60 for the mouse and 50 for the keyboard.
The chip used in the 2600 and 2600x are identical the only difference is that the 2600x is factory clocked higher and it doesn't come with a cooler but if you plan on overclocking at all even modestly or using default overclock found on most motherboards would make up the performance difference so you wouldn't have to experiment with the mythical scary overclocking (even though it's very easy with some light research and a few hours) if you do plan on overclocking it's a smarter idea to save your money and buy the 2600
By the 1700 instead of the 1700x if you plan on overclocking at all there the exact same chip only difference is the x is clocked higher factory
Out of curiosity why do you have 7 storage drives