It looks like a normal gaming PC so just go ahead. Will you assemble it yourself? If you buy some parts at your local PC shop (instead of online) you might get them to do some really neat, clean cable management plus the benefit of having local warranty.This is the setup i want to buy:
Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 1080 X3
Intel Core i7-6700K, 4x 4.00GHz, tray
Seasonic G-Series G-550 550W ATX 2.3
Samsung SSD 850 Evo 500GB
Seagate Desktop SSHD 1TB
LG Electronics GH24NSD1 schwarz
Do the parts fit together? Should I change something? And can you recommend RAM (2x 8GB ~ 80€) I don't know how much MHz I need.
Good to see actual AMD developers doing that.mush.. mush.. mush... mushrooms!!
Borderlands 2 is 70% faster.
volsung;n3198492 said:It looks like a normal gaming PC so just go ahead. Will you assemble it yourself? If you buy some parts at your local PC shop (instead of online) you might get them to do some really neat, clean cable management plus the benefit of having local warranty.
You didn't specify what monitor you will be using however, so just keep it in mind as part of your budget. And in case a 1070 might be plenty for your needs.
The CPU is fine, that's what I currently have. The motherboard is also fine. For a little more you could consider the Z170 Pro Gaming with somewhat better integrated audio. Seasonic is a great PSU brand. I currently have the G650 and I am quite happy. RAM wise, some gamers tend to go for really fast RAM but it doesn't make much of a difference in practice. Just get a couple of sticks from a decent brand, DDR4 for your setup. 2400 MHz is probably plenty.
Gilrond-i-Virdan;n7135220 said:Since Vega is not going to be out soon, and there was a good sale, I ended up ordering Sapphire AMD RX 480 (4GB VRAM). I'll post the experience here when it will arrive.
I could, but RX 480 with 8GB VRAM was more expensive. And since I'll potentially buy Vega later too, I don't want to spend too much now on the intermediate card. It's already twice as much VRAM as my GTX 680 has, and I simply got tired of Nvidia blob, and want to start using open Mesa driver.Garrison72;n7135480 said:Definitely would have gone with more vram. Probably would have gone with Nvdia at this point as well. Their driver/update support so far has been really good.