Looks great, dude! I'm glad to see that it worked out for you as well!
In fact, I myself am planning on ditching that A10. However, it's a lot more powerful than most give it credit for.
What about in Diamond City?
First build I've seen with pentesting use in mind.
More pictures, and a description please!
Could you update your build descripion with some gaming performance details (once you put it through its paces, that is)? I'm thinking of creating a build that's quite similar to yours. :P
+1 for budgeting, part choices, and cleanliness.
For Fallout 4, what are your FPS in crowded areas such as Diamond City?
Are FPS still a constant 60 for Fallout 4 when you're in urban areas/diamond city?
Have you tried playing Fallout 4 with this build?
I have this GPU, and I'm thinking of upgrading my A10 to the 6300 for better performance in the city and crowded areas.
Thanks a TON man!
This was exactly what I was looking for. I even have a spare PSU connector for it too!
I have an exhaust fan installed, but I haven't hooked it up. Since the M11BB's mobo only has one accessory fan control pin, I have to plug any extra fans (besides the exhaust and CPU fan) directly into my PSU's molex connector, which causes speeds and volume to skyrocket. I'm checking out fan control options, but I haven't found anything that piques my interest or that makes sense given my budget/case/wattage.
Good choice on that PSU; it'll leave room for a better GPU than the one I have ;P
I use a wireless headset that works through a USB dongle so the audio jacks haven't posed a problem to me.
Make sure to publish your upgrades as a build once you're done. I'm really interested in seeing what others can do with the 'BB.
Yep, this was originally an M11BB!
Make sure to get the PSU out of the way first, and good luck on all future upgrades.
I've purchased a third fan for that purpose, but I'm still waiting on a speed control cable. I only have one fan connector on my motherboard, and I'm not a /fan/ of how loud things get if I use molex.
A full description and more pictures please?
The Hyper T2 can only be positioned horizontally for some reason. I've tried multiple times to position it vertically when reapplying thermal paste, but sadly this isn't possible.
I was thinking about doing that; I have loads of extra hooks.
However, I lack loads of extra flash drives.
The GTX 950 was not yet released when I purchased the 750ti.
Thanks for the praise! It's my first time, so any encouragement is very helpful.
The wire was quite long, and I only needed to use the furthest molex connector. To make it look neat, I folded it on itself four times. I found that even with two ties it kept coming loose, so I doubled that amount and everything stayed put ;P
I always love seeing clean mini-ITX builds
Mind not using the term OCD? Unless you're diagnosed ;P
Other than that, this is the type of build I dream of.
I like how this is a home theatre PC and it has the same specs as my main gaming PC (besides the processor; A10-6700).
This might be a sign I'm a casual gamer.
Did you end up getting a replacement MOBO from Asus?
It's always nice to see an A10 processor in a build
This is the build that my mATX desktop aspires to be
Hand selected? Or mouse selected :)
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When someone doesn't get the best graphics card possible, it is considered a mistake. When someone does, they are considered to be 'overpowered' for their tasks. I'm not judging on the 780.
Dude, if you're only getting 60FPS in Minecraft with that card, I think something is wrong
Goat simulator FTW
Nice, clean build! I have two suggestions:
1. Make a better name for your build
2. Use a temp monitoring program and submit temps for your CPU and GPU. Those can be very beneficial to those considering copying aspects of your build.
Which program are you using for temperature monitoring?
There! That's much better.
Very good build! Nice clean cablemanagement and watercooling setup. Those CPU temps seem a little too low; probably because you're using HWMonitor. Download AMD Overdrive, it's better calibrated for AMD's CPUs and APUs.
Looks nice and neat, great job! I'm guessing that might be future proof for more than just "a few years"
That GPU temp seems a little too high at load, you might want to lower the clock speed by a couple 100 mHz