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solid rig / upgrade plan
 
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Memory 2x8GB TridentZ RGB [3600Mhz CL16]
Video Card(s) Asus ROG Strix RTX 2060 OC
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My new PC, I love it. 100% stable, latest BIOS installed. I hate windows they are too distracting, so I thought I would go soundproof this turn with the Corsair 110Q case. Only $60 so why not.
My goal is to go full AMD at some point, just not sure when. my only issue with the case is it does not have dust filters on the very long intake sides. nzxt h510 only has one side intake, but it has a really long removable dust filter, would have been nice to have two of those on this case... the holes are very big, so no way its blocking any dust... that being said I don't really care, I don't mind doing a cleaning every 6 months or so. just a bit annoying because it is a great case otherwise, the soundproof foam is on 3 panels, very nice stuff. well built.

Specs:

Ryzen 3600 at 4.2 all core 1.335 volt
2x8gb g.skill 3400 cas 14-14-14-34 at 1.380v
msi b450 max gaming plus with new bios just released nov 1st
1080 ti (soon to be navi of some kind, not sure yet or if I will get the energy to replace it)
evga 700 GD 80gold psu - really impressed me so far for such a cheap psu I paid 45 bucks after rebate

cooler is my noctua nh-d14 i will re-use for life, the fan barely fit, but it did, it's touching my ram, but it should be fine.

monitor not pictured is AOC Agon 24" 1440p 144hz, TN panel, but it has very vibrant colors, I really like it. only $199 new. I really prefer 1440p at 24" versus 27" now, dragon age origins looks freaking amazing with the extra pixel density plus not losing the high refresh.

the 3 rgb fans you see, those are just cheap off brand i found on ebay for 19 bucks for all 3 and I had 8 bucks in ebay bucks... so I was like why not, THEY ARE GORGEOUS, just seeing them out of corner of my eye through the vent, they have great airflow and are quiet, i have them all connected to molex. I really love the design of this case. my temps are great even with oc's. I am getting 75 celsius on avg in all games, etc.

total cost for entire setup, including case and monitor: somewhere around $1100-1200... honestly not bad for a high quality part setup. I plan to sell the 3600 CPU for like $80 when 4800x comes out, then I will retire on CPU for a few years.
Sweet setup! I've been on kind of the same path. Tomorrow I'll have a 3900x to replace my 2600 and that... I think is gonna have to be it for a while :p

Welll... after the custom loop... and the GPU upgrade another generation or two later... and the 1440p high-refresh monitor. I don't know if the whole "I'll make it better later." thing is working really well or really badly!
 
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Sweet setup! I've been on kind of the same path. Tomorrow I'll have a 3900x to replace my 2600 and that... I think is gonna have to be it for a while :p

Welll... after the custom loop... and the GPU upgrade another generation or two later... and the 1440p high-refresh monitor. I don't know if the whole "I'll make it better later." thing is working really well or really badly!
I partially decided to do this because all the parts were so cheap, and with the possibility of the trade war escalating, I thought I better just do it now to be safe. You never know, it all could come crashing down really fast. I think stability in the world economy is an illusion because we are so used to it being stable. I think the next great recession will turn into a depression personally. I hope I am wrong, but if I am not, well I can game all day long since I won't have any money to do anything else! lol
 
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Sweet setup! I've been on kind of the same path. Tomorrow I'll have a 3900x to replace my 2600 and that... I think is gonna have to be it for a while :p

Welll... after the custom loop... and the GPU upgrade another generation or two later... and the 1440p high-refresh monitor. I don't know if the whole "I'll make it better later." thing is working really well or really badly!
/off topic
Is this the shortest post from @robot zombie I've seen?
 
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Video Card(s) Asus ROG Strix RTX 2060 OC
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just put this together, ive had the bits a while but run outa things to do today and its raining so thought id build something.
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and here the next day after moved pump and gave it a blood transfusion.
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2700x 1080 and a case p4 or 5 "I can never remember" ive been meaning to do something with for a while.
 
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Memory G.Skill Value 16GB DDR4-2400
Video Card(s) EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti FTW
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Simple enough.

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e: The pic helped me realize that the one led-strip on the roof of the case wasn't connected, fixed that. :toast:
 
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That thing is tiny, I like it.
 
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That thing is tiny, I like it.
Corsair Carbide Air 740, dual chamber design... SSDs/HDDs/PSU is on the right side, behind the guts side :)
 
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Specs:

Ryzen 3600 at 4.2 all core 1.335 volt
2x8gb g.skill 3400 cas 14-14-14-34 at 1.380v
msi b450 max gaming plus with new bios just released nov 1st
1080 ti (soon to be navi of some kind, not sure yet or if I will get the energy to replace it)
evga 700 GD 80gold psu - really impressed me so far for such a cheap psu I paid 45 bucks after rebate

total cost for entire setup, including case and monitor: somewhere around $1100-1200... honestly not bad for a high quality part setup. I plan to sell the 3600 CPU for like $80 when 4800x comes out, then I will retire on CPU for a few years.
Really nice setup... just a question though
Why would you replace the 1080TI with NAVI? it not making much sense. Unless you wait for some later version other than NAVI10, like a 5800/5900XT that will come next year. That would make sense.

My thoughts on upgrade path is more or less the same. To change the 3600 for a higher core count 4000series (at 2021 and not sooner) and a 5700XT in a few months to replace my current RX580.
But I will be almost doubling the graphics performance. You will downgrade from 1080TI to 5700XT (-5%), or worst to 5700 (-20%).

Am I missing something?
 
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Really nice setup... just a question though
Why would you replace the 1080TI with NAVI? it not making much sense. Unless you wait for some later version other than NAVI10, like a 5800/5900XT that will come next year. That would make sense.

My thoughts on upgrade path is more or less the same. To change the 3600 for a higher core count 4000series (at 2021 and not sooner) and a 5700XT in a few months to replace my current RX580.
But I will be almost doubling the graphics performance. You will downgrade from 1080TI to 5700XT (-5%), or worst to 5700 (-20%).

Am I missing something?

I decided not to sell it, so my upgrade path is 4800x cpu, sell 3600 but for me it will be on launch day of 4800x, and I won't be doing any overclocking this time. then 5800/5900 navi and sell the 1080 ti... then retire for a good 5-10 years, maybe longer, as I am getting a bit burned out of gaming
 
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Although I'd be willing to bet they still support am4 I wouldn't be making or planning a build with next years chips in mind AMD may switch sockets like they did with Threadripper on nexts years desktop parts.
 
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Although I'd be willing to bet they still support am4 I wouldn't be making or planning a build with next years chips in mind AMD may switch sockets like they did with Threadripper on nexts years desktop parts.
I'm pretty sure 4000 series is already confirmed for AM4 though, technically 4000 is already ready for production, they were ahead of schedule on it the entire time from what I understand.
 
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Benchmark Scores it sucks even less much now ;)
e: The pic helped me realize that the one led-strip on the roof of the case wasn't connected, fixed that. :toast:
Should probably do something with that droopy GPU too otherwise very nice indeed
 
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e: The pic helped me realize that the one led-strip on the roof of the case wasn't connected, fixed that. :toast:
Front fitting on the rad has that weird light reflex.
Looks kinda like water?
 
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Front fitting on the rad has that weird light reflex.
Looks kinda like water?
Air bubbles... I'll never get all of those bastards out when filling my loop. :(

Should probably do something with that droopy GPU too otherwise very nice indeed
Yeah I know... still runs everything fine at 1080p60, well, maybe not all the newest games at high/ultra, but then we drop the settings a little bit, and we have a stable 60fps :toast:
 
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Wanted to get a few for posterity... with all of the changes this system has been through I'm kind of kicking myself for not documenting more along the way. Decided to get a few while I could this time - the look of this build is gonna change a whole lot before too long. Liquid cooling will be fun!

For now, just a new case, Gotta get rid of those chintzy cable extensions... shell out for real custom PSU cables - the extensions just don't look as nice and the extra cabling takes up too much space under the shroud.

Nevermind the blanket... just grabbed the first thing I could to somewhat reduce reflections. And yes... messy. Only a temporary home. No point in putting it up nice when I'm going to be working inside of it a bit more.
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I pretty much accept that I will never have pictures of this build that I'm totally happy with. Which I guess is fine, since I'm always changing it anyway. The upgradeitis is really bad this year...

Went in and took some close-ups while I was at it.
 
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Benchmark Scores theres nothing to brag abt potato, but it can run decent 30fps fullhd with good setting:)
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this 2 commonly use, both are fullhd ready, dont mind the rgb, im not thatbkind of rainbow, those are not mine rly, borrow it just for temporary use, since i got nothing fan left, i plan to pay for dc output fan:)
 
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I pretty much accept that I will never have pictures of this build that I'm totally happy with.
Your lat4st photos are top notch, and really sell it.
 
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Benchmark Scores theres nothing to brag abt potato, but it can run decent 30fps fullhd with good setting:)
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usually i pay attention on detail and try to clean up everything, but after years my concern move into as long as it run well it's ok if little bit messy :D :toast:
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sorry for many ghetto washers
maybe if i'm in a good mood i'm gonna clean those wires and manage everything :D:D
 
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Storage Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 500 GB, SanDisk Ultra II 480 GB
Display(s) Samsung SyncMaster C27H711 OC refresh rate 110Hz
Case Phantek Eclipse P400S (PH-EC416PS)
Audio Device(s) EVGA NU Audio
Power Supply EVGA 850 BQ
Mouse SteelSeries Rival 310
Keyboard Logitech G G413 Silver
Software Windows 10 Professional 64-bit v1903
usually i pay attention on detail and try to clean up everything, but after years my concern move into as long as it run well it's ok if little bit messy :D :toast:
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sorry for many ghetto washers
maybe if i'm in a good mood i'm gonna clean those wires and manage everything :D:D
You do know a new case would help hide some of the cable mess out of sight. :)
 
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