you need a hard drive or an SSD, and a case to put everything in
the difference is the updated Logitech logo, and the sensor
everything looks great to me!
this is literally my dream build. you are so lucky you can get all that stuff. everything looks great to me.
wow typo lmao
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I have a Rival 600 and it's been on a long journey, I think it's time to say goodbye to it. I also have an Arctis Pro Wireless and I love it so so much
the ryzen stock cooler is very good, and even has some rgb :) (At least for the ryzen 7)
you are only gonna draw about 500 watts so a 750 watt 80+ gold should be fine
yeah, the Ryzen 7 2700X is a solid choice
great build! money well spent
I think you should go Ryzen for this build, better CPU for the price point.
$200 less, better pc.
I think you should completely start from scratch. whats your budget? I'll make a parts list for you based on what budget you are looking for
oh wow, I didn't even know about the Vram. I actually disagree with Zerk, I think going SLI or Xfire is a good choice and a lot of solid builds out there have nice GPU's in SLI. That's just my opinion.
an RX 580 is a nice card, but for $2000, you can def do better. maybe check out the 2070
overall looks like a solid build, but your motherboard supports SLI, so I would go with dual 1080's, 2070's, or 2080's. It also supports crossfire (AMD's version of SLI.) So you could go dual radeon vii's if you want. What will you be doing on this pc, any big, graphically-demanding games?
wow. I literally have no words. I am blessed now seeing this.
no, not at all! the only large files he will have is his "homework" folder. lol
Thanks, I wasn't sure if we was planning on streaming or not, but we have talked about it and he said he wanted to trickle into it if he had the extra time. But thanks!
Really nice build, maybe go with an AIO if you want a silent build
yes, I have a gtx 1070 and works fine
The monitor starts with 60, and then you can adjust it to your liking.
BenQ Zowie XL2411P. Best price for 1080p 144hz.
Yes, as long as you get a monitor that supports 144hz, you can adjust the refresh rate (hz) in your display settings in windows
Steelseries Rival 600 is pretty quiet, you prob won't hear it with headphones on
yeah that is true, you can never have too many buttons!
no, its not. I wish
not really, just cosmetic changes I believe, some have more fans.
then I think you should upgrade to a 1060. you will still stay in your budget. its a very good card and you will get better performance out of it then an RX 580
depends on what games and settings you want to aim for
looks good, whats your budget?
I have a mouse and headset from them, so ill take a look at the keyboard.
wow, a lot of switch options. looks really clean. definitely a solid choice
it's a nice monitor, but I would spend around ~$100 more to get a BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P. it is 1080p 144hz. Very good monitor, worth every dollar
replace your headset for a Steelseries Arctis. doesn't matter which one, but I have the Arctis Pro Wireless (A gift from my mother.) They all sound very good, some of them have RGB. While your with Steelseries get an Apex M750 (They make a TKL version as well) for your keyboard. I have a Rival 600 mouse and love it, but its all about your preference
pass through for the pass through
ROG Strix Flare from ASUS. really nice keyboard and you can get them in Reds, Speed Silvers, Silent Reds, or Browns. All of them are silent.
Steelseries M750 TKL is the best choice for this. It uses it's own custom QX2 linear switch, which in my eyes, is more smooth then a Cherry Red
You could also go with a Logitech G Pro. Their Romer-G switch takes a little bit of time to get used to, but overall good keyboard.
Both are great choices
just depends on the looks of which you like better
maybe go with a Corsair M65 elite in white? they just came out and they look clean af
I have a Logitech G513 and LOVE IT. the light only comes out through the top of the keycaps and the lighting is simple, but still really nice. I definitely recommend it
great build! but those peripherals! AHHHH!
cable management look like a spaghetti!
looks nice! would you maybe want to move on to higher-end peripherals?
they shipped the wrong case XD