It's chill man!
"Titanic Nano" sounds really great! ;)
Definitely add an actual title!
It's always great to see a build dedicated to a specific color scheme, especially when the part choices aren't extravagantly expensive.
Coolermaster N200 represent! It's such a great case to start out with. If you have the time and money, I'd recommend spray painting the front panel. It really makes a difference in it's aesthetic. I'd recommend white, but any color is up for grabs.
I'm currently rocking an i5-4590 with a MSI H81-M board, and it gives me the performance that I need and more. You could definitely get solid gaming performance out of your 4460 for a while longer before feeling the need to upgrade. However, if you're looking to play games with loads of mods, or expand beyond gaming into software development or any form of server hosting, you could benefit from an upgrade.
I love Node 202 builds, but I hate them at the same time 'cause they make me want to empty my wallet so that I can have one!
Your cable management is impressively clean for a build of that form factor, and your part choices are solid.
"7.8/10 too much Xeons " - IGN
I'm loving your neat setup and cable management! I'm pretty jealous of your son, 'cause that's one hell of an epic build to get for your birthday.
How about the GT 730?
What type of performance are you seeing in CPU heavy games? (e.g. Fallout 4)
A lot of times it's easy to get caught up in the material aspects of the PC community, the builds, the new games, the GTX 1080...
It's always great to see that, as a community, we're more than that. We're making a concrete difference in the world.
I smell a feature.
Try double checking the CPU temps in AMD Overdrive. I've found that the A series CPUs tend to have unreliable temp readings anywhere else.
Can you get 60 FPS in diamond city?
Is that an SSD you're using as a cupholder? cringe
Have you tried testing croweded areas on Fallout 4? I've heard that Diamond City is one hell of a stress test.
Have you encountered any bottlenecks?
This HTPC is more powerful than my main gaming machine.
I'm grudgingly upvoting this.
What uses do you have for this besides Folding@Home and Gaming?
Perhaps a description?
+1 for sheer bravery.
You should probably upgrade the description as well.
HyperX Fury Black RAM... with red heat spreaders in the picture.
Sorry OP, but this looks pretty sketchy.
Can you maintain a solid 60 FPS while in crowded areas (e.g. Diamond City) playing Fallout 4?
Though I'm not a huge fan of LEDs in builds, I'm kind of liking the way yours look shining through the case.
Clean cable management, and excellent color choices. Though it's entirely unecessary, especially given the great job you've done with your current set of cables, it might be worthwhile to look into some sleeved kits. A bright red would perfectly accentuate your GPU and the LED on your Mobo.
Otherwise, happy hacking and gaming!
Not bad bro. With a longer, more detailed description, and some red or black sleeved cables, your build would be perfect! Given that you dropped quite a bit of money on that Titan, I can understand if you want to hold off on the aesthetic upgrades for now.
Sorry about the RAM issues. Definitely try Memtest, and double check both the Bios and your mobo's manual.
Always love it when people use the 380T for a build.
I love it when ITX builds pack a punch.
I'm a huge /fan/ of your build.
In all seriousness, way to go with your case ventilation.
Nice man! I'm always a little incredulous when people go with Titans in SLI.
Maybe consider getting a sleeved cable kit. It would add a lot to your build; those Titans deserve better treatment.
How's the IO panel on that N200? I'm currently using one, and the USB ports are a little loose...
Ahh, good, I hadn't noticed.
For the love of pete get that thing off of your carpet.
Loving the purple LEDs, and your clean cable management.
Nice use of the Hyper T2. That thing is a beast when it comes to budget cooling.
What case is that?
This is DEFINITELY WORTH IT. One of my all time favorite builds.
"It's okay. You could've had better part choices, and your photos were obviously taken by a potato."
- Said No One Ever
This is by far one of my favorite builds. +1 for time, effort, and creativity.
Better take down that cereal number. I've never much liked frosted flakes. ; )
JK, nice build man. I'm loving the minimalist black and red aesthetic, even though it's a common choice. Make sure to play some Fallout 4 on Ultra settings for me; I'm currently gaming on a potato.
Looks great! You might want to install some backplates for aesthetic purposes.
Your PSU is a little overkill, but that's fine if you intend to upgrade various components in the future.
Nice cable management, and great LED and component color coordination. Ad victoriam.
I'm really liking your color coordination. A lot of people aim for it, but then forget to include colored fans on the CPU cooler. Way to go for going the full 9 yards.
I love your LED color and intensity. Not many builds properly make use of lighting, however yours does perfectly.
Not overkill enough M8 XD
Smells like a feature...
Your GPU sag is cringeworthy, but that might just be the camera angle. Other than that issue, it's a wonderfully clean build.
+1, though seriously fix that GPU.
I'm trying to save a little, so I'm thinking on the i3-6100. It has 4 threads, and 55% better single core performance than the A10-6700.