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#3138 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Thanks a lot once again !

posted 3 weeks ago
#3136 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Alright, this is what could be the final version I guess :
Should end up being around 40-50 euros cheaper than what pcpartpicker says since it doesn't detect some of the cheaper offers from french shops I found while making comparison, as you mentioned. How does the config look ?

posted 3 weeks ago
#3134 PC Build Thread in Hardware

I'm doing some comparisons right now, and I realize I do not know what VRMs are exactly : which mobos have good ones (in the 370 series) ? Are good VRMs useful only in a situation where you expect to overclock your CPU ?
Btw, since both these (see below) versions of the 1070 have the same price, do you have any clue whether any of the two is better than the other ? They're both overclocked by default and have comparable frequencies so I'm not too sure :

posted 3 weeks ago
#3132 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Pretty sure I'm actually down to go over budget and do both since I can't seem to choose between the first 2 options :
Does this one sound good ? I spared about 20 euros switching from 2TB to 1TB of storage since I don't think I will need 2TB in fact, which is why I managed to remain around 1260 euros.
My only concerns now are whether the i3-8350K will be able to keep up with the 1070 and faster RAM (maybe only mobo matters for RAM ?), whether the 1070 I've chosen is a mini version (one of my friends says it might be but I wouldn't say so myself since it has 2 fans and price doesn't sound absurd for a 1070), and lastly whether the Corsair power supply will be able to keep up with the components now that they're slightly beefier.
As for the shop, I could definitely split components between shops since there are other options if you think I can spare a significant amount of money by doing so, I just used this part picker cause I was a little lazy and kept with it for the sake of consistency throughout the thread.

posted 3 weeks ago
#3130 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Basically, the calculation is really secondary compared to games and is mostly Python and C++ related programs so I might have overestimated how heavy it is, 4 cores should be fine as long as i don't do too many other things while those are running.
As far as TF2 goes, goal would be at least 200 fps in 6s with a 1920x1080 resolution on fairly high graphics and around 120 in pubs with the same settings, while for those other games, since I would like to play on reasonably high settings in 1080p while maintaining around 100 fps, I'm not really sure what I'd need. I would assume 1060 is about enough looking at benchmarks but maybe a non-Ti 1070 would be the right compromise between a too demanding 1070 Ti (in terms of price and having to get a better mobo and CPU) and a now fairly aging 1060 ?
Here are the two builds :
https://www.materiel.net/configurateur-pc-sur-mesure/af1fd572e2e9e0ddee6db2dd7e7d0c75/ - 1060 6Go
https://www.materiel.net/configurateur-pc-sur-mesure/68de30d4b941e215c82918e6340d4aa8/ - 1070 8Go (non-Ti)
Hope the 1070 one is coherent (meaning the CPU and mobo are fine for a non-Ti 1070), and I wonder which one would have the better performance to price ratio with the game settings I described earlier in the post...

Thanks again for spending some of your time to help the community !

posted 3 weeks ago
#3128 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Does this one sound better (I've switched to the CXM450) ? Do I need to add a cooler for the CPU or a fan for the case ?
Was wondering if these specs would be able to handle a 1070 Ti, since I could afford it considering I spared almost 200 euros just from changing from an i5 8400 to an i3 8350K

posted 3 weeks ago
#3126 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Hi !
I've been planning on building my first gaming rig since a while now considering being a laptop warrior forever doesn't sound too great.
Here's what I've come up with so far :
(sorry for not using pcpartpicker hope this is understandable anyway)
I would use this PC mostly for TF2 along with some (sometimes heavy) calculation (which is why I picked a 6-core CPU) but also for some more demanding games like Subnautica, Witcher III, Arkham Knight and such and would like to make sure I can get around 200 fps in TF2, and around 100 at least in all those games so that I can make good use of my (soon to be) 144Hz monitor. Hope this isn't too optimistic of a compromise with a 1060.
Can wait til Christmas or new year if GPU prices are to go down by then (hoping for 1070 Ti to go down in price since 2070 is about the same price rn and is said to have better performance in most recent games), but most likely won't go beyond 1200 euros for the PC itself. Would love to know whether the parts I've chosen would be just as fit if I were to replace the 1060 with a 1070 Ti btw
Thanks in advance !

Edit : there seems to be an issue with RAM on the website, I had picked some 2x8Go Corsair Vengeance I believe, can't remember what frequency tho (perhaps you could give me some advice on what frequency to pick as well ? :))

posted 3 weeks ago
#45 community frags 6 in Videos

One more from a scrim :)

posted 4 weeks ago
#44 community frags 6 in Videos

Aliases should be recognizable :)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aTCYCNg_7K_xnJEM3IyMLBMqPtM737fe - scrim
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uovbhPnAchUxv7JQnOzSuGCGpih9Y_JT - mix
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sJLHnpv4MWwE8tyAQ7cOnBma-C6EJxmU - lobby (I'm so sorry x))

posted 4 weeks ago
#1 Network optimization options for mah room in Hardware

So basically I've been thinking about going from playing on a laptop to building a new desktop and I'm looking for advice on how to handle providing Internet access for it : the main router in my apartment is basically two rooms away from mine, plugged onto the only optical fiber access point, making me wonder whether I should go for the 10 to 14 meters of Ethernet cable running from the main router along the wall through the corridor up to my room and my PC or rather setup a second router in my room (which would be a repeater of some sort I guess) and get Ethernet access from that one. Should depend on how fast Internet speed decays when you go a long way with an Ethernet cable compared to the second router's constant falloff (which would be about 10 meters away from the main one but two walls separating them) but I don't have a clue really
Thanks in advance

P.S.: Obviously my desktop can't be in any other room than mine otherwise my question wouldn't make any sense

posted 1 month ago
#6 community frags 6 in Videos

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BoGcBjm8HKqEYv9Hw3jwE_56JaYUKc8t - alias CélepetitLeonhardahouiouioui in this one
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-rZTx52mL8emcwDKnnXdYMnJDkRDRcsm - alias YUNK.Leonhard

posted 1 month ago
#3 community frags 6 in Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXZc0ptqFxw - would make an awesome intro but you might have to cut it somewhere coz it's a little too slow for the main part of the vid

posted 1 month ago
#2 community frags 6 in Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtswlY4WflI - could actually make a fairly good fragmovie tune I think
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmwRQqJsegw - big drop potential
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA1nOs-i21c&index=12&t=0s&list=OLAK5uy_mg8BufYflnxdY09IXX737a6dvIz-jKL3E - would make a pretty tough edit but could be dope
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpC0SKU6O00 - if you wanna go full emo

posted 1 month ago
#799 what are you listening to right now? in Music, Movies, TV

actually is evidence

posted 2 months ago
#793 what are you listening to right now? in Music, Movies, TV

chill af

posted 2 months ago
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