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SliceT

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z170 OC Formula
  • RAM
    G.Skill TridentZ Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    PowerColor 390 Devil 13 16Gb
  • Case
    Inwin 909 BLACK ATX
  • Storage
    Western Digital BLACK SERIES 2TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 1000
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i

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  1. Considering the rest of the system being pretty low spec, I would say yes. But, as someone said before that PSU is not the best quality, you might want to get something better if one day you end up upgrading CPU / mobo / mem.
  2. Mine already runs hot just streaming Youtube, I guess it's not Ultra HD gaming ready
  3. That Asrock Aqua is crazy, Its limited edition 1K USD, so not so sure if it's in his budget, but if he had, for sure that's the board to get. Bellow that I would say the X570 Creator, which is the the non watercooled motherboard, amazing specs...
  4. You also have the X570 Pro 4 which hardware Unboxed said it's pretty good, even more considering the price tag it has
  5. There's a X570 Phantom at little over 120$, for this price, it's a no brainer. Great board and with the X570 chipset.
  6. You have 5700 XT Dual fan for 359$ which is hard to beat! And that card seems pretty okey from what Ive read on Reddit.
  7. The Taichi is a great motherboard, not only the looks
  8. You will be okey, it's more than capable. If you plan on upgrading later on to a 9900K perhaps you should get a higher tier one.
  9. I was just going to suggest that. Good mobo for the price, you cant go wrong.
  10. Indeed. What's not to like? They put out solid boards consistently with out you needing to break the bank to get one.
  11. Well, Sapphire and PowerColor are top tier AMD partners, I don't think you would do wrong going either way. But I can tell by own experience, having a Red Devil Vega and liking it soo much I decided to give a go with the Red Devil on the 5700XT, I would VERY surprised as I already had high expectations, the card feels solid, good build, it is whisper quiet and with realy good temps so far the best card I ever owned. Personally I love the RGB on the card, the Devil logo looks awesome where Sapphire implementation is a bit more shy.. Also the shroud of Sapphire cooler is plastic.. Again, either one it's a great card.
  12. You are right not needing a X570, it's nut's the prices on the X570 line when you compare the same price on older gen mobo features / Quality. That said, get yourself one of the best AM4 mobos, the Taichi X470 can EASILY handle all the new CPUs as well it's packed with connectivity for a fair price.
  13. That mobo would do for sure. Could be a good idea if you want to run quiet and low temps.
  14. Well nothing like trying it and see how it works. It will depend from ASIC, some might work better than others..
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