+1 Very good taste man, and nice build!
I have the Audio engine A2's. And though they are the smaller brothers to the A5s, the sound quality in beautiful!
When I get on the internet, pull up google chrome, pcpartpicker.com is the main page I saved to load up first. If it was not for this site, and all the people that helped me along the way here, I might not had ever built my first pc, back in 2014.
But it is because of the giving back to others, like this here, is why I am proud to be a part of this community in the first place. :) Thank you for all the help you have done for others by giving water to places that would not have had it like that, if it was not for you guys.
The Dr. Pepper! THAT is what brought me to your Feature here! +1
Also, I like the pc build! :)
I do agree with that.
Yeah, that's what I was thinking. Thanks Shark.
Beautiful! Never been a fan of those huge cpu air coolers, but your setup, and with everything being color cordinated, I love it!
Wow man!!!! +1
I am for one, am in love now:)
Clean looking build, fellow pc builder. +1
Wow! Now THIS is a thing of beauty!
Cats. Claiming everything as there own since the beginning of time! .^
Well done man. +1
Well done indeed. +1
This by FAR, is the most beautiful pc design build I have ever seen at this point.
Also of note, Goldmember would be darn proud of you!
Wow man! I REALLY like that build! Nice cable management and I like that desk setup as well.
Ahhhh, pic 6.....the inescapable cat trap!
+1 for the cat and the pc build! :)
I would go with a Seasonic. Arguably the best in the PSU industry. A little pricey, yes. However, their reliability and build quality is 2nd to none.
jipster, your imagination is amazing! lol!
Seriously, YOU deserve a award, or a center spread in a PC magazine. You ENTIRE layout screams of excellence.
Well done man. Well done
Yeah rolfejc. I just didn't see the point of replacing my video card every year. When I created my build, one of the first things I decided on was to skip a year between cards. That way I'd get as much use out of my card, while at the same time allowing me to appreciate the improvements of a new card ever couple of years. :)
I'm still rocking my EVGA 770 4GB Dual Classified card. I planned on skipping the 900 series. So YES, I'll be getting a 1080 this time around. I'm hoping that EVGA will produce a Classified model of it.
HyperX Cloud IIs I've had these for a month now. These cans offer a AMAZING sound. And price to performance wise....these are the best ones around.
Go on youtube or anywhere else to read the reviews about them. Almost nothing but rave reviews.
EVGA Classfieds are my FAVORITE!
Corsair cases are my FAVORITE!
Job well done mate. Job well done!!
MAN! Your pictures are AMAZING!
EXCELLENT build also! :)
Builds like yours, is what inspired me to do my first build, back in early 2014.
Amazing setup. And without a doubt, your rig will give you plenty of joy for a long, long time.
I am IN LOVE with your computer case, good sir! :):):):)
VERY big fan of the Corsair case you have, (I have the same one)! And I like how you have the dvd drive, with the Corsair front piece attached. VERY stealth. I've seen that done before, on here, and I might do the same as well:)
Good build quality overall!
Go with a SeaSonic Platinum. I have been using one on a build I did 10 months ago, and it is amazing. :) SeaSonic, is pretty much the golden standard, of PSUs
I have the, SeaSonic 660W 80+ Platinum Certified, on my build I did about 10 months ago, and I HIGHLY recommend it. Also keep in mind, SeaSonic is the "go to" manufacture, for many of the quality name brand PSU's on the market. Are SeaSonic PSU's a little on the costly side? "YES." But keep in mind, you are paying for a extremely well built PSU, and years down the road, you'll still be enjoying that highly efficient SeaSonic PSU.:)
I love the incognito look of where you placed it at!
Well done! +1
Not sure if you've done it yet, but make sure to take the plastic sheet off of the Corsair water cooler block :(
That last pics says it all my friend! :)
420toostronk, I stand corrected. And thank you.
Hopefully they'll get things in order.
I'll have to disagree on that for now.
All you need is a good aftermarket cooler, and you are SO golden!:)
Other than that, your first time build is great!:):)
Nice choice in parts!
I use the same motherboard, cpu and SSD.:)
+1 For the Old Chub my friend! :)
Thanks man!! I put a lot of working into my build!:):)
And nice build! :)
Too funny to not reply to! lol
Of course we do!
You did that good of a job man, not to mention it is unlike anything we have seen here:)
Amazing, Amazing, Amazing...........
Did I mention that your build is Amazing?
Awesome Job man! I would +50 point you if I could!
Man, I gave you a +1 for that NAME alone! lol
Seriously though...good job man!:)
Ah, I see.
Btw, is that a Dell XPS 430 to the left of your build? I have 2 of those, and I use one as a workstation! lol Those Dells's have been VERY reliable for me.