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HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

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  1. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    Solid advice. I guess I forgot to put up there with the questions is, how come you chose a fan cooling system instead of liquid cooling? I know liquid cooling is only beneficial for overclocking the processor but wouldn't I need more/better cooling if I were to upgrade to higher end CPU? Needless to say I am all for the fan system, just want to know your side about the topic. Also, about the NVMe, you think the MP500 would be overkill for the build? Or the P1 1TB with this build be way more than good enough for photo and video editing and gaming? Who am I kidding, it probably is way more than I need lmao I mean it already is a pretty penny for it
  2. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    Awesome suggestion! actually went and requested the first build you suggested as my computer of choice. I have some questions if you don't mind answering: I was wondering if you would advice getting a NVME with that build? Tell me if this might be misguided information but how come the power supply you chose is only 750W, whereas videos of builds on YT get the 850W? Just curious. If you were to upgrade the graphics card, this will be for a future purchase reference, what graphic card would you say is the most bang for you buck?--What would I need to change if I change the graphics card to have it running properly? Although, I side with fans as a the source for the cooling system, how come you didn't suggest a liquid cooling system? Was it the price point? If you were to suggest upgrade(s) on the first build, which I already think its actually more than enough for my needs but my daredevil self wants to make it much faster lol, also lets say my budget for upgrading is $1000, what would you suggest? Again, thanks for the inputs already!
  3. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    I appreciate the alternative option
  4. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    Noted
  5. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    I might just spend the extra hundred dollars for a threadripper at this base price point, I'll see if they have these parts in Amazon or OutletPC
  6. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    This build sounds like a beast. I was actually looking at the i9 specifically when I was looking for a workstation but I heard I might need that much cores and it might just be a waste having that much core when the programs I'm running is like only 8 cores? At least I think thats what I understood from a YT video lol, please correct me if I'm wrong
  7. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    Solid advice! You right on the bulls eye! Thanks R34P3R d(^_^b)
  8. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    The only reason why I put the criteria for prebuilt machines is the people helping might prefer something thats prebuilt that I can just choose options to put in but I already knew it wasn't practical to have all the things I want in a prebuilt machine
  9. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    The apps I run are: Photoshop/Lightroom (Have access to these programs) Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas (have access to these programs) FL Studio
  10. HeWhoDoesntKnowMuch

    As my name says....

    Hello community, I don't know if I'm posting on the right thread/forum but I apologize for the hardcore vets that I may annoy this will be my first post on here and I'm really glad I have somewhere to ask for the information I seek. For the community out there reading this, I am in the need of some advice and/or suggestions. I am a college student who wants to find the perfect workstation for my needs at this given point of time. I appreciate any suggestions and advice! Heres what I am looking for: Spending limit: 2000$ I want this to be a long term workstation pc that I can just buy the latest processor and "update" in a sense Need something really powerful that can handle music, video, photo/editing on a daily basis It'd be cool to have it VR ready since I plan on saving for one in the future but that's the least of my problems I usually play League of Legends but would like to run Steam for FPS games like R6 Siege or any game really I would spend extra money on cooling systems and anything that can keep my workstation fairly quiet--open to suggestions I have a BenQ XL2430T monitor if that information helps Lastly, it has to look like a chick magnet! (Subjective but open to all interpretation lol) Oh one more thing! I know you get parts from different store/sites but I am getting financial help with this build/buy, so either something thats consumer ready or a build that I can print out and order just from one site So probably the only downside to all of this is that, is there really a workstation of my dreams right now out there? And if she is, where might she be? Really thanks for helping! - H.W.D.K.M.
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