I was gonna write "I love this 3000" But someone beat me to it. Great build. I hope it doesn't overheat... lol get it?
No problem! I hope it works out for ya! Let me know if you have any other questions :)
Hello! I did experience a bit of a bottle neck with the fx 6300 and the 1060. I recently switched my 1060 with a friend's 1050ti ssc and I find that my performance is much better now.
XD Thats awesome! Thanks so much for responding with a link and everything :D
Random question, do you know what your bed frame is called?
You are what I aspire to be. Thank you for sharing, its a beautiful sight.
It's pretty good. My CPU is a bit of a bottleneck but in most games except GTA I can have 30-60fps max settings.
Oh nice! It's a great mic for the price. Certainly an upgrade from my headset mic XD
I have the ATR2500-USB. It's around $99 but sounds great.
No I did not. I am a college student so I got Windows 10 for free.
Just a few to name my favorites, GTA V, Mad Max, Rocket League, Payday 2, and Fallout 4.
Peppermint of course! ;)
That infinity mirror is pretty hot. I've never seen one of those on a case before. Nice addition. :)
I'm just using the video card drivers.
Haha, no sadly. I used to be called "Blue_Mint" but it was hard to find a username available, so I dropped the "e" in my name.
I've always used AMD so I figured, why stop right? I did spend a lot on the monitors & peripherals, I might make a second build on PCPartPicker just showing the PC and nothing else. The system as a whole was around $500-$600 I believe. At the time of building I was planning on getting a lesser GPU to accommodate the CPU, however I got a job right before buying the GPU so I went with the GTX 1060. The bottleneck is as little difficult at times when playing games such as GTA V.
Thank you! I totally agree on the cable management. I'm still waiting on some items to improve that.