question from somebody who has a raspberry pi but doesn't know what to do with it...could it possibly run GBA games? If so, hooking it up to a decent battery bank, portable screen, and decent plastic shell could make it a fun DIY handheld game machine.
It's two loops? well that makes it less confusing, but I guess what I'm saying is that I can't follow the flow. how the water goes. That stuff. I hope my confusion makes at least a little sense.
I'm so confused about that loop...someone please explain.
Looks great, but why water-cool a R5? it doesnt seem like a good use of money.
Damn. You spent more money on a PC than I have in my retirement account.
Looks great, congrats man.
Damn, those rads are T H I C C!
Probably a joke. I hope its a joke.
Not in the graph, but next to the name of the CPU. AFAIK it should say the overclocked speed right there.
Sorry for the late comment, but I recently got the same motherboard and CPU, and I'm not sure if I've overclocked. I've read the manual and messed around with the multiplers and BLCK in the BIOS, but every time I open Task Manager, it says 3.8GHz. Am I doing it right and its just a Windows error?
the 760t is already a pretty big case, but the Caselabs SMA8 is what I would consider ideal for watercooling; plenty of room for fans and radiators. NICE build, I would love to have something like this, but 32 hours a week at Taco Bell isn't exactly raking in the cash.
picture 11, on the right
now that you said that, I see it oh so clearly in pic #2. thanks for clearing that up, enjoy the PC! I love white ASUS motherboards, definitely putting one in my next build
I remember seeing that Hardware Canucks did a review of this case, but for the life of me I can't remember what that top chamber was for. Help? too lazy to look it up
$353? I'm pretty sure the 8GB model was supposed to sell for $239, so unless that's a typo, you got shafted on that one
I love the 400C. A friend of mine used one in his build, and I when I (eventually) get around to doing a build in November, I'll be using the 400C.
first comment! XD
Marvelous build, great color and specs, i hope you enjoy that thing for years to come
well considering I'm in high school and I just started working at taco bell for $7.30 an hour and a 15-20 hour work week...its going to be a while before I can even get to $1400
I really want the logitech G900 when it comes put, but that will have to be a while XD. Since I have a laptop with... I believe Windows 10 pro, is it really as simple as copying the OS onto another drive?
I said those things specifically because a lot of completed builds leave out those things, unless its an update to a previously completed build
Stardew Valley and The Escapists are 8 bit pixel games, more focused on gameplay mechanics than graphics, but Besiege and Cluster Truck are just barely below Rocket League in terms of graphics
nothing too demanding right now, mostly Rocket League, Stardew Valley, and Cluster Truck. I also occasionally play Besiege and The Escapists
However, thats because right now I just have a laptop with a dual core i5 and an 840m
nice build, but I need a monitor
no, its 9690X
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY UPVOTE!!!
great build, fantastic color scheme, have fun gaming :)
wow, nice build!
its probably gonna be either really late this year, or really early next year (hella tight budget), so be prepared to wait
the 760t is my dream case....very envious of you right now, great build
I smell a feature!!!
the color scheme is really interesting, I like it! I might steal those colors when i get around to building a new PC
personally I like the 760T better, but great build!
for the fans: because...why not? its clearly overkill. Also, since I made this I've been looking at the G502 or G602 as a mouse. would you have an opinion as to which one i should get?
about the SSDs, he could have wanted to run them in RAID. but you're right about the RAM
This build was sponsored by: Gatorade
You need to make the product placement a bit less obvious next time
he said in the description that he's saving up money for a Fury Nano
nice pictures, and great build for the budget!
For your budget, you can get the noctua D14, which is highly recommended
nice overclock and cool build, but more pictures please?
the 1866 will clock down to 1600, but if you get different RAM in the future, make sure it all runs at the same speed
that first picture is AMAZING!! more pictures would be nice tho. Great build man!
I see, thanks for the input
yeah, but a 144Hz IPS panel. Three way SLI-ed 980 Ti's can only get 76 fps at 2560x1440
what do you mean about the monitor? and the headphones were the top rated white ones on pcpp
you beat me to it! I'm planning on doing a build almost exactly like this! only things that are different are the storage and peripherals...how well does it game? please let me know, I won't have the money until this summer and I'm really curious
nice build! Its always nice to see another person join the group of people gifted with the desire and capabilities to game in high resolutions!
so definitely worth the $800?
how do you like the monitor? I'm thinking of getting one with within the next year or so
not being critical or anything, but why did you put your PSU in sideways?
what graphics card are you using? or are you just sticking to integrated graphics?