Description

First of all, I'm a brazillian guy, so I'm really sorry if I make any grammatical mistake. Second of all, this is my first build that I post here, so take easy if I make some installation mistake.

Here in my contry, computer parts are really expensive, and if you want some RGB, you probably will pay double of the amount. Luckly I live near the Paraguay, and there, the taxes are lower then Brazil, so I bought some parts in their stores, like the CPU, MB, RAMs, HD and the SSD.

The most expensive part was the GPU, because I wanted to combine it with the STRIX thing contained in my MB, to have the best RGB experience, although I paid the price of a GTX 1070 from some cheaper brand. Well, but this not bothered me, because now I can syncronize the RGB hardware parts with my LED stripe that I bought in the China.

Just to compare the prices, if I builded this beautiful RGB PC in the US, I'll have paid US$ 1,500.00, here I paid $ 2,070.00. It can look a little difference, but here, the purchase power is lower, so I had to save money for 3 years even heaving a good fixed salary.

You probably must have realized that my build have focus in games, principally the heavy ones, but without 144hz, or 4k. In future maybe I mount one with this specs.

Well, I hope you enjoyed my build and I realy enjoyed expending my money and time mounting it, searching tutorials for best build, buiyng parts, and browsing this incredible site to inspirate myself to make the best build that I could buy. If you want to add me I have a Steam account: https://steamcommunity.com/id/HardSlasher/ Feel free to call me for chat about PCs, games or just about the life, I kind of need to practice my english anyway.

Thanks for your patience, see ya.

Ps: later I'll put more photos (with another RGB colors).

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EDIT: After a while, I put here more phtos with some fantastic RGB effects mixing colors, like I've said before, and now I have a 144hz monitor, but I only play League of Legends, so the monitor became a little over. In the future I'll change some parts but I'll keep the monitor, so the 144hz will be more profitable.

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Comments

  • 10 months ago
  • 2 points

Beautiful build and the pictures are top class too. I would only object to the AIO in the build since you are using a locked processor. How are temps on this thing? I've been thinking of picking up the same case but was not sure how the temps would be.

  • 10 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks, I apreciate that. I used the AIO because I think it's more beautiful than the coolerbox, buuuut I have a trouble with my AIO. The pump has stopped to work and the processor get 90°C. When the AIO worked correctly, the temps in idle was about 25°C and in full power it was about 49°C. With the coolerbox, I get more 5ºC than the AIO in both situations.

I would post more pictures but without the AIO, I prefer to wait a little more. And one more thing, I had a Corsair Carbide 400C case, and a change for the TD500L because that front look is wonderful.

  • 10 months ago
  • 2 points

It sucks about the AIO, hopefully you can get it fixed soon.

The front look is also why i am thinking of picking up the case but i read some reviews which said that the small openings for the air to come in the case arent large enough and can cause airflow problems in the long run..

  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

how did you connect the RGB for the case fans, the lights on mine are not on and not sure where i messed up, the fans spin but no rgb.... did you buy a rgb control hub etc please let me know if you can much appreciated

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

sorry for the time to reply... So, I have bought fans with rgb led whose come with a controller, but I had to set the fans up to 50% of rotation, unless the fan will not have the apropirate power to work the rgb leds. I hope I can help you!

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

THNX