Well...if one has money...one can build whatever tf they want. Nice build my good sir!
+1 I like this. Good job
Beast cable management!
Are you that guy that vapes in his mic when I'm trying to listen for foot steps?
Lets do it
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Almost like my build but double the RAM and the lit up fans ;) I like it! +1
Awsome! Looks good!
Those pics are super super small
Small builds really fascinate me. I want to build a small PC some day ;)
Woah, that case is very odd in a good way..good job!
Very nice build! +1
I love the bloody red look! GPU sag for sure though. Nice build!
I just have mine overclocked at 4.5GHz. You can't really tell the difference when it comes to gaming.
First of all nice build! I will say the RAM is a bit much but that doesn't matter, you could have gotten a 2TB HDD for the same price, I would recommend a liquid cooler for that kind of build and quality, and I would definitely get a 144hz monitor for gaming...4K is alright but will obviously bump the price up a bit. +1
Awsome! Good luck! Do you do 3D modeling?
Obviously this is not a gaming rig. Yes, it'll be used for games, but I'm curious as to what its main intention will be used for. Can't wait to see the "Update". I would like to see some pictures of the whole build including the work area, that would be neat. +1
aaaaaaaaaaaaah nice build
I would really like to know how you do this first try lol?!
Good build ;)
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAnd how you do that is the real question....so many young people making hella bank from whatever this is too..
How do you make money from bitcoin??
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I'm sure he would have if that was in his budget :P
Games like CS:GO would definitely benefit from the monitor ;)
The next best thing to upgrade if you want a higher frame rate would be the GPU indeed. I would like to upgrade to the 1080ti in the future or wait for something new.
YouTube is your friend. Hardest part are the front panel connectors, installing the cooler, and cable management. It's quite easy actually. If you know the MOBO well and all the connections on it it will be a breeze. ;)
Rich kids building computers. Jesus.
It won't hurt your PC but you could save money by getting a 750W. A lot of people go with 850W or maybe some 1000W. Up to you. You wouldn't have to get a new PSU in the future if you ever upgraded or added to your PC. You'll be fine with what you have unless you decide to sell it in order to get a lower one to save money. ;)
Wait, someone else had a 1000W PSU combined with a 1050 ti or something. Guess I commented on the wrong build because his PSU is just fine. 750W is fine.
That works great!
Getting 144 fps in 4k is quite difficult. Then again you could use the 4k for streaming movies and such, leaving the 144Hz for gaming.
I'm just trying to help. $150 is a lot for a PSU you won't fully utilize. Typically for running GPUs in SLI is when you would need a PSU of that strength.
Ah, cool. Are you going to stick with your PSU?
That **** is expensive tho
And it's a 60Hz monitor. I couldn't do that lol. Feels like ***
Ya, the PSU is way overkill. I would suggest a 650W. The monitor is overkill too with 240Hz. I can't think of many games you would get 240 fps in but maybe you have other ideas with it ;)
I can't believe how you can build a PC with those kind of specs in such a small case. I almost have the same specs but in a big *** Corsair 750D case lol.
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Decent budget build! PSU is definitely over kill and you could have saved there.