No it won't.
Well I might get a GTX 10 series, if the 480 doesn't work out.
See, I wouldn't know how amazing onboard graphics is because I don't have Intel integrated graphics.
The 1070 costs more than the RX480... by quite a lot relatively speaking. Not sure how good the rumoured 1060 is going to be like and how much it will cost.Well I might get a GTX 10 series, if the 480 doesn't work out.
Or that.Or keep watching the prices and the 980 and 980ti prices will plummet shortly as 10-series stock arrives on shelves
Did you see my list??? Bottom of the 6th pageOr keep watching the prices and the 980 and 980ti prices will plummet shortly as 10-series stock arrives on shelves
lol ok.The wrist strap is useless. Just touch the case before you start working on it every time. If your that paranoid, just strip the plastic off the ends of a wire. Twist one end to the case and twist the other end around your wrist
I saw somewhere that windows 10 compatibility on the CPU is bad??? That's not true is it?Cheapo products don't give you performance or the durability that you'll want. If I were you, I'd be looking into getting a Samsung 850 Evo as a minimum for SSD's... and not trying to find the bottom of the barrel ssd's.
Tek syndicate forum: https://forum.teksyndicate.com/t/please-help-me/102948/36Where did you see it?
Pretty much, this is getting confusing now. Working within a budget is crucial and we did that, but now we are trying to shave more money off by picking lesser and lesser parts.Honestly, I'm confused in this thread now - it seems like there's a lot of going backwards and forwards. I understand that by going to lots of different forums you'll maybe learn about things and see different people's views, but I think you are beginning to confuse yourself.
The build from Intel Man in the quote below is perfect. I don't know why you just don't order this? This is a solid build with a great CPU, aftermarket cooling, a nice power supply, 16GB RAM, a fast HDD, a great SSD and when it comes out, the RX 480 will be a great graphics card too. It's in your $1000 USD budget too which I believe is still the budget?
If you need an OS and can't afford the $100 or so for Windows 10 then drop the Corsair cooling and get the OS instead.