6 core will probably be good for a while but 8 core is ofc more future proof
then what info is remotly helpful
you could ask for spesifick details so I know what info to give
I have seen gaming benchmarks with 4x4 vs 8x4 where the 4x4 did better but i dont know
I have it, it's a great case. Don't know what you mean about no one using it and it not beeing on the site
Most b450 boards will do just fine. If you can't get the retailer to update the bios for you, make sure you get one with bios flashback. MSI b450 tomahawk or gaming pro carbon will be good if you are able to get your hands on either of them.
3600/x, 3700x, 3800x or 3900x?
Cooler master h500
Wait for bios and get the 3600
D8rbauer made a video showing that it doesn't boost that high
So, not just enabeling xmp profile? I havent tried to oc or tweak ram before, so I dont really know what is required.
I know the motherboard is what will be holding it back, it will probably be the b450 tomahawk. Is it unlikely to be able to handle 3600 cl18?
Not really my point, the rtx 2060 was never the best.
I have this one, looks good in my opinion and has great airflow.
Well, gtx to rtx was 2 years, so I didn't really expect something from nvidia that soon (I get that it isn't the best comparison).
The only thing that is similar to super (at least to my knowledge) was the 1070 ti launch but that didn't really make 1070 buyers feel like they made a bad purchase.
I'm not saying it is a scam. All I'm saying is that I feel a little f****d by nvidia because I not to long ago bought an rtx card. And now a couple of months later that turned out to have been a stupid purchase, because they release a new and better product for the same price.
I certainly didn't expect my GPU to be the best card for that price forever but, at least a little longer then it turned out to be.
I can see that the title might be a bit misleading. What I meant was that I am a little annoyed that I spent my money in a bad way (even though it was a good purchase when I bought the card)
And no I don't remember what nvidia did in the 2000s, I probably didn't know what a GPU was.
In five days there will be benchmarks, we'll have to wait and see.
Is there any reason you need so many fans?
My point is that there might be better options, which I think you understood.
Im not saying it is going to blow up but the temps are not good
If he is not overclocking it's ok but the vrm temps is very bad on this board
Hard to say when we don't know which games you play
Also would you say this is good for music? (it sounds a lot better than having everything on 0)
Ok i was just about to ask if I should use that or not, lower frequencies is base right?
I know it isnt the best software but my headphones arent really enthusiast headphones either...
Will using those settings make it easier to hear footsteps?
how do i post it here?
9900k and a b360 mobo??
I would wait a little for navi and super to come out
Both will be fine
I think you might want a bit more than 32 mb ram ;)
I think you might have a hard time finding that for $50 for $70 there is a lot more options
Wouldn't worry about it though m.2's doesn't need to stay that cool
I highly doubt it will, but I guess if the m.2 is really close to the gpu and the gpu get really hot it could potentially happen.
I'd say that it doesn't matter
1440p or 4k?
Good choice ;)
Go with msi, it has better VRMs and way VRM cooling.
Navi is probably going to be a little underwhelming so if you can get a good card for a good price you shouldn't hesitate
Personally I would not buy a minig card
never had any issues with it
Dont think this bellong under "CPUs"
You can download ryzen master here: https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/ryzen-master
The CPU that he is goin to OC is a 2600x not a 9900K or something. Something equaly importent is VRM temps. Some of the asus and gigabyte boards have some really bad temps so I would stick with something like a msi b450 tomahawk or gaming pro carbon.
The gaming pro carbon has better vrms and vrm thermals, even though you won't see much of a performance boost it is still a fun experience.
noctua is showing of a prototype passive cooler at computex