Searching a build with the NZXT H440 Designed by Razer case

Discussion in 'Systems' started by TheDrunkGamer, Sep 3, 2016.

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  1. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Hello,

    So I already have the Razer BlackWidow Chroma, Razer Naga Chroma and Razer Kraken Pro and I am searching for a good gaming pc build for ~$1500 with the NZXT H440 Designed by Razer case. I am asking here because I am not really good in this type of thing...
    Hope you can help me!

    Thanks,

    TheDrunkGamer
     
  2. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    http://pcpartpicker.com/list/8vmjZ8 this is the build i'm ,well, building. it's more than your budget but you could alway take ispiration. i don't really know how good it is being my first but i like it. (i'm using the normal H440 and not the razer one, still...)
     
  3. TyMcLean

    TyMcLean Active Member

    That's a pretty beefy build. The i7 in my opinion is overkill for gaming. The GTX 1070 is a great choice for budget conscious people, and 16GB of RAM might be overdoing it, but it helps with multitasking. RAM is also something that can be upgraded later.
    You can cut his down to an I5 and drop half the RAM. The 850W PSU is a bit much too. There are also cheaper motherboards that have the same PCI-E slots as well. That would save you a chunk of money, and hit that $1500 mark a lot easier.
     
  4. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Is it possible to change the case to a NZXT H440 Razer edition?
     
  5. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    Yeah the i7 is an overkill for gaming but i use my computer for work as well. As for the 850 watt, yes it's not strictly necessary (the gtx 1070 and also the 1080 consume less power than the 970/980) buy it leaves a big space for future improvement.

    Obviously you can.
     
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  6. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Do you guys have any tips to build the computer on my own? Like videos or things like that

    Thanks alot for the support!
     
  7. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

  8. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Thanks alot for the support! I'll most likely buy the pc build that you sent me :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  9. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    If that's the case look for the best GTX 1070, i'm forced to buy the gigabyte because all the others are sold for ridiculous prices in Italy. The gigabyte one is still good, but check it for yourself ;)
     
  10. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    What GTX 1070 should I get? I'm not really good in that sort of stuff :/
     
  11. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    They are really the same in the end, just be sure it's an 8 Gb model (good for gaming) and then go.
     
  12. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    What is the difference between a GTX 1080 and 1070?
     
  13. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    1) price is higher
    2) more powerful
    basically the 1080 is the next tier in nvidia graphic cards
     
  14. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Which is better?
     
  15. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    1080, but it cost more, so it's your choice.
     
  16. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

  17. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    As one of the GTX 1070 i was checking out was the ASUS, i'll guess that his 1080 counterpart would be just as good.
     
  18. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Sooo Should I get the GTX 1070?
     
  19. Bas.Jack

    Bas.Jack Member

    Just choose what you want. If they would cost the same i would buy the 1080, but as they cost differently you have to decide by looking at your budget. Either way Asus is a good choice for the 1070 and 1080 (in my opinion).
     
  20. TheDrunkGamer

    TheDrunkGamer New Member

    Okay, I'm gonna take the 1080 I think
     
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