Ben Cameron

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  1. I still might get the liquid cooled edition, don't know yet. I'll be waiting on the benchmarks too.
  2. Definitely getting vega tho. +10-15% performance for $50 less? Thats a 1070 killer in my eyes.
  3. damn, thats a little outta my price range. Thanks for your help!
  4. is that including the discounts?
  5. On the site it tells you the how much you will save off each product, and the black pack is $599
  6. If i chose to buy everything the black pack is offering, how much would that cost all together? I'm looking to compare to my current part list. Thanks.
  7. ok, thanks for the help!
  8. it's free, but it's out of stock
  9. I was looking around for an AM4 bracket for the Hyper 212 Evo, and the official Cooler Master website is out of stock. Anyone know where I can buy one?
  10. Yeah, the K4 is in my price range and it's ATX instead of the Pro4 which is MicroATX, so I'll probably go with the K4. Also the K4 looks better.
  11. So I narrowed it down to two boards which fit my needs, the MSI B350 Tomahawk, and a board I found myself, the ASRock B350M Pro4. They are both great boards, but between the two, I had to go with the Pro4 as it was half the price and had heaps of 5-star reviews on newegg. Tell me what you think.
  12. Thanks for the suggestion. I looked at the newegg page and it seems from the customer reviews, people either love it, or have severe problems with it. A lot of them said they had no problems at all and everything worked fine, while others had problems such as not being able to overclock, raid not working etc. One particular review said that he was not able to overclock a Ryzen 5 1600x on the board, which is what I was planning to do. Overall, the board seems to have many more problems than it's worth. However, i'm still dedicated to the superior multitasking and productivity performance of the Ryzen 5 1600x, so if you know a board which is known to be very reliable, for around the same price, that would be great. Thanks
  13. I decided to switch my build from a i5 7600k to a Ryzen 5 1600X instead, and I need a decent AM4 motherboard for around $170, which was the price of the ASRock Z270 Pro4 I was going to get. PCPartPicker list (will update):
  14. Could I add a 460 to this optiplex and have it run overwatch max settings, 1080p 60fps? Would it be worth the cost, rather than a build from scratch? AUD here.
  15. thanks, I'll look into it when I'm about to buy. Thanks for the help.