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.
Nice build there!
I use that same SSD, and it has been VERY good. Very fast speeds. And I'm most likely getting another one as well.
I see you have a Seasonic 850w PSU. Are you planning to run 2 760's in SLI in the future?
So... are you going to post more pics?
Very nice build indeed. Very VERY elegant all the way around.
I like the build!
After seeing those back plates for your 780's, now I KONW I have to get one for my 770 Classy now! lol!
Ok, this is a REALLY good build man. Well done indeed.
This is site is what gave me the confidence to build a pc in the first place. Good job on giving back:)
I have that same monitor! Albeit, just one! The colors really "POP" on them:)
Excellent build! +1
REALLY good price to performance! +1
Man...I like what you did to that build, but I am giving you a +1 point simply because of what you did for your grandma!
That's a classy step you did for her! You done good man!!!
I like your set up man. Well done.
Why did you choose the i3?
I love it!
Now I can't get the Marios Bros. theme song out of my head!
You Sir, are WINNING!
Never been a fan on the small sized pc setup, UNTIL NOW!
Well executed unit overall.
Well done good sir!
Nice setup..........and I like the desk!
I have the 750D case..... But I must say.... Well done indeed JasonUK, well done indeed.
Ok, you did a GOOD job on this build. You placed a lot of thought into it, and the amount of pics you added to this, are well executed!
Once again, GREAT job!
I have the same video card, and boy is that card a BEAST!!
VERY clean build!
I would give you 2 thumbs up, if I could!:)
Good job man! Good price to performance.
Yeah it is definitely overkill for current gen games, going SLI with two of these now....but there will be a time, when it will be time! lol
Hello hollingc, and thanks for the reply!
Yes, the A2s are amazing......they could have sold these for $300, and STILL would have represented a great investment!
You're welcomed, dim23, anytime man!
And i look forward to seeing your pc build!
Hi SleathX1 and thanks!
The Queen came out nice overall, and the desk is one of my favorites!:-)
Hi internal, and thanks!
Yes, I KNOW what you mean! lol! There were other parts that really took my fancy. However, that would've skyrocketed my budget to $2000, and I was not having that! lol
Hello dim23, and thanks!!
Well, I've had the A2s for over a year now, and YES, these are definitely worth the extra 30euros. I also have a my sound card's bass setting on them at 50%............these pump out a nice amount of bass, but for me, having it set at 50%, is just a nice mellow blend.:)
Also, the vocals are very clear, and stand out. The highs are very detailed on these A2's........yes, they are that good. And once again, not earth shattering bass, but for what bass they do pump out, it really does seem like there is a sub woofer somewhere.
Also, go to Audioengines website, if you haven't already. The list of both professional AND consumer reviews, just goes on and on, raving about them. Definitely better than the Harmon Kardon soundsticks III, imo.
Hi Catalyzer, and thank you!
I'm happy about the performance on The Onyx Queen!:) Eventually, I would like to run in SLI, with another EVAGA 770 Classfied in a few months. But for now, I'm just enjoying the setup as is.:)
Hi Retroman, and thanks!
I really took my time in researching all I could on quality parts for the build, while at the same time, doing the best I could, to stay within my set budget. Overall, I did well! :)
Also, I have the same Corsair H60 as you, ...so try mounting the radiator with the hoses coming from the bottom, not the top. In the manual for it, Corsair says that is the optimal way for the cooling of the cpu.
Yes, you did a good job, for the budget you had. However, like everyone else has said, move the video card up.:)
Make sure to take the plastic stuff of the video name plate. :-)
I have my new build up and running with it, and the temps are running very cool with the setup....around 36c at idle, and around 55c at a regular work load! :)
All I need to do now is post some pics of it this coming week.:)
I just recently purchased the Kingston V300 120g SSD. I'm actually going to start my build later today.:)
Hi again guys! So I take it that no one here, really has experience with the aforementioned units? :(
Thanks also man! It's nice to know that everything will be just fine. :):)
THANK YOU SO MUCH Gunsmoke!
I was REALLY worried there for a moment! :)
Anyone even familiar with this unit at all?
Nice setup you have there. I can't really say anything besides that, because it seems like you really did your homework on putting it together. But is the WiFi adapter really necessary?
Hi again Case!
You know what? I think you are RIGHT! I'm so excited about doing this build, that I am having a difficult time going to sleep! lol!
Thanks for the comment! I just keep thinking about the cost to per gig aspect of it all, in regards to SSDs. I know the prices has went down on SSDs, but I just believe that the prices will eventually level out, to make the price points more justified for them.
Thanks Case! I am excited about doing my first build.:)
I just did a build myself: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/32j6Z,
and honestly, for the price point you set for yourself, I like it a lot. But, do you think the 600w psu will be strong enough, to run the cards in SLI?
I'll check that out.:)