Linustechtips blames it on the tariffs but they were already suffering. Sad to see them go.
That’s the largest build description I’ve seen for a parents PC.
Wow that is impressive.
Please do post benchmarks! That 560 is a steal!
That’s a great size. +1
That is one of the coolest pc cases on here simply because it has carbon fiber. Looks awesome.
Think the prices on used 900 series will go down?
what keyboard is that?
Does producing music require a 980 ti?
cool build. love the pictures with the notes!
great choice of parts! +1
what carrier are you using?
very nice! +1
I see. That is one awesome build!
Looks amazing and love the fans! Why go with a 950 pro?
where did you get yours?
I would go with more memory and a better GPU if you have the money.
I would not go with SLI!
what resolution is your monitors?
Oh that makes sense.
How do you get the 1TB HDD to cooperate with Linux instead of interfering with Windows?
I watch Linus tech tips and Jayztwocents to help me get an idea of what I want.
I Just took mine a couple of weeks ago. I’m pretty sure there isn’t one that isn’t timed. They have a timer for the boaters safety course as well.
don't you ever get tired of building pcs?
is that for cooling 2 i9-7980XEs?
that seems like a pretty good price for a custom loop!
impressive first build. +1
I did not know there was such thing as a 560mm radiator
that case alone costs more than my entire dream build. looks amazing! +1
that would help a lot.
that is a nice size. +1
is the PSU behind the motherboard?
EDIT: I see the mount now.
Very nice build. +1
does your station have a weight room?
I have some experience with this issue. First, I would go with a quality alarm system and install some motion sensors and USE THEM. our neighbors were broken into and all the criminals did is throw a concrete block through the house and they raided pretty much the whole thing while they were gone. Next I would get some motion lights and some cameras and for defense, what Nullarc77 said.
you simply cannot post a build like this on here and include one pic. Please upload more!
I haven't had much experience with them either but I would just go with dual hdmi GPU.
looks like it may not be possible (https://superuser.com/questions/805983/can-i-connect-two-monitors-to-my-computer-using-an-hdmi-splitter)