even worse a Celeron D and a 4090. And I thought my Celeron N3350 was bad for gaming.A LGA 775 Pentium 4 with an RTX 4090 would be something.
Too many to remember. With that said the worst builds usually are peeps that want all white everything + RGB and SFF builds. I've seen peeps with a $2000+ budget end up with $150+ in fans and something like a RTX 3060 for 1440 or even 4K while telling everyone it's a gaming build. Same goes for those SFF builds that are an oxymoron to gaming builds. Those are the ones who complain later on it's a hotbox while telling peeps they don't have room for a mid tower case. Unless they live in a refrigerator box ... I'm pretty sure they can find the room.
Definitely. They spend all the cash on the case with the bling but nothing on the inside but parts they stole from an on Optiplex.While I'm at it over priced motherboards for middling cpus and a mid level budget. Throw in over priced cases while your at it. Those peeps usually end up with a crappy build.
even worse, spending $450 on one fan and then have 4 of them. There was a video by LTT a while ago that showcased them using some kind of industrial fan that costs $450 each. not that you would be able to use more than one of them without blowing the pc off the desk. I can't find the video but I think I remember what fan it was. it was this: Vasy Fan VF-390. (I could be wrong)$450 in fans, and then the question here: "Do I need more fans?"