CPU: Intel i7-4790k 4.7GHz MB: ASUS Z97 Pro Gamer
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1-Gaming 1519MHz Boost RAM: Corsair Pro 16GB 1866MHz
SSD: Samsung 850-EVO 500GB PSU: Corsair RM550 CASE: Phanteks Enthoo Pro Monitor: 1440p Dell U2515H 1080p LG 237L-BN IPS
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I'm actually operating this beauty from my bed :P Perfect for watching movies, shows, playing games or browsing the web. Distance should be something like 1.5m/2m.
Screen > http://i50.tinypic.com/2ln9rwk.jpg
Sidewindow, lot's of blue fans > http://i50.tinypic.com/2m6miyf.jpg
And yes I know it's messy.
This is the cooler on the CPU by the way: http://www.jaceycomputer.com/jaceywe...20typ%2090.jpg
150% zoom on Google Chrome for easier reading ^^
How come some of you use more than 1 graphics card?
Intel i7 5820K (4.5 GHz) | MSI X99A MPower | 32GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2666MHz | Gigabyte Windforcex3 HD 7950 | Samsung 951PRO nVME 512GB | Crucial M550 256GB | Crucial MX200 1TB | Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB | Samson SR 850 | Zalman ZM-Mic1 | Noctua NH-D15 | Fractal Define R5 | Seasonic X850
Former author of the TankSpot.com Protection Paladin guide
When I got my TDRL (Medical Military stuff) money from the Marine corps I wanted instant gratification instead of waiting for a more powerful Gaming PC to be delivered. So I went to Best Buy and got the best thing I could find.
AMD Phenom II 1055T Six Core Processor
AMD Radeon HD 6570 upgraded to Nvidia Geforce GTX550ti
LG Flatron IPS236 23" LED Monitor (Main/Game monitor)
Basic flat screen HP monitor 17" (Stream/Browser monitor)
Crappy Trittons, the White ones with red logo and extremely sensetive mic. :P
http://techreport.com/articles.x/22890/5 Nvidia has a lot better frame times in some of the games according to that test.
I've seen another report like that before but I can't seem to find it.
Last edited by n0cturnal; 2012-08-11 at 04:37 PM.
Thanks for the explanations. I really appreciate it :-)
Anyway... we got three six-packs of monsoon compression fittings today. Chrome version. They look good, I have to admit, and you have no idea how much easier they are to work with compared to the normal fittings I've used in the past...
My brother isn't really into having a showy inside, so we never bothered with finding plugs that matched or anything. Though the more functional style this caused isn't too shabby looking. In the end, only two of the original compression fittings we used are left, mostly because that'd involve removing the rads in the bottom, which I couldn't be arsed to, and see no reason how they'd accomplish leaking under any circumstance.
Here is my comp, not a great picture, but my phones camera is a piece of junk and I'm bad at taking Pictures.
Whats in it:
Case: Coolermaster 690 v2 Advanced
CPU: AMD FX-8150 (OC to 4.6 Ghz) Liquid Cooled ( Antec h20 620, its actually got another fan on the other side of the radiator, had to go get new screws after I took this picture)
Mobo: ASRock Extreme3 990 FX
RAM: 16 GB Mushkin 1600 ddr3
Graphics Cards: 2x Sapphire HD 6950 (Flashed to 6970s)
HD: 120 GB Mushkin SSD, 2x 1 TB Western Digitals
Optical: Some Crappy 52x DVD PLayer
and in terms of Peripherals
Monitor: 2x HP 2509B 25" Widescreen monitors
Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow
Mouse: Razer Naga
Headphones: Razer Cochatrice
Speakers: Logitech 2.1 System (60 Bucks or someodd)