- Motherboard: ASRock Z77 Professional
- CPU: i5 3570k
- Cooler: Corsair H80 with 2x Enermax Magma
- RAM: 4x4GB Corsair Dominator GT
- GPU: ASUS Radeon 7970
- SPU: ASUS Xonar DX
- SSD (Boot): Samsung 830 128GB
- HDD (Software): Western Digital: Caviar Black 1TB x2
- HDD (Recording): Western Digital: Caviar Blue 750GB
- HDD (Storage): Seagate Barracuda 3TB
- PSU: Corsair AX750 with Corsair Sleeved Cables (Red)
- Case: Silverstone Fortress FT02 Black/W
- Controller: Lamptron FC9
- Monitor (Primary): DELL U2711
- Monitors (Secondary): DELL U2212HM x2
- Headphones (Gaming): Takstar Hi2050
- Headphones (Music): Grado SR80i
- Microphone: Zoom H1
- Keyboard (Gaming): CM Storm QuickFire TK (Cherry MX Red)
- Keyboard (Typing): Filco Ninja Majestouch-2 (Cherry MX Blue)
- Mouse (Primary): Mionix Naos 5000
- Mouse (Secondary): Steelseries Sensei
- Mouse-pad: Mionix Propus 380
- Webcam: Logitech C920
Is that a mic in that rubbery fan contraption?
CPU: I5 2500K @4.5ghz (1.285v), CPU cooler: Corsair H100 push/pull GPU: MSI R7970 Lightning @1200Mhz, Case: Corsair 650D, Ram: 16GB Corsair vengeance, Mobo: Asrock Z77 Extreme4, PSU: Corsair TX650M, SSD: Samsung 830 128GB, HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB SPU: Xonar Essence STX
One of these: http://www.amazon.com/Zoom-H1-Portab...ywords=zoom+h1
Their sound quality is exceptional, too. I believe they use the same mics, but here's a video that was recorded using the video version of essentially the same thing (Zoom ZQ3HD):
If I had to nitpick something it would be that H80. I know it's a proper cooler but tight custom loop with single 120 rad and a small tube res would stand out more. And the Fatal1ty logo has slightly too much white in it.
There is no doubt in my mind Marest will be heading that direction in the not so distant future. He was able to go the route recently that he did with the triple IPS displays, he'll likely go custom loop (if he wants to soon).
marest how did u get ur cable management so nice
Milk was a bad choice.
2013 MMO-Champion User of the Year (2nd runner up)
not to mention the FT02 is so good on its own that watercooling provides almost no benefit
i7-6700K | Z170 Class. K | 16GB DDR4-3200 | GTX-980ti | Samsung 950 Pro RAID0 | SuperNOVA 1Kw P2 | Lian Li PC-07S
ROG Swift PG348Q | Ducky DSX | Zowie ZA11 | Xonar Essence One | Tannoy Reveal 402
Case : Cooler Master Storm Sniper Gaming Chassi
Mouse: Steelseries WOW gaming mouse /
Sound: Logitech G35 Gaming headset / Logitech Z-906 5.1 THX, DTS
SSD: Kingston HyperX SSD 120GB 2.5"
GPU:XFX Radeon HD 7970 3GB GDDR5 (x2)
Motherboard: ASUS Maximus IV GENE-Z/GEN3, Socket-1155
CPU: Intel® Core i7-2600K Processor
RAM: Corsair Dominator DDR3 1600MHz 32GB
PSU: Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W PSU
Screen: Samsung 27" LED SyncMaster S27B350H (x3) Philips 37" LCD (hung up on the wall)
Last edited by vinzet; 2013-01-25 at 09:30 AM.
I'm developing monitor envy, all you guys and your multi monitor setups. Here I'm stuck with a 19 inch standard definition Dell flat screen and some piece of shit Compaq 17" widescreen. I need to set aside some cash and get a couple 20-24 inchers. That sounds so dirty if I say it out loud.
Of course if you love form and consistency, buy 2 of the same cheaper display.
Then again, if you want IPS, then yes, it will cost a fortune.
---------- Post added 2013-01-25 at 06:47 PM ----------
This was my first computer build. I didn't like the clutter or the non-painted interior of the case. It didn't matter, because it is a HAF 912 and there's no plexi in those, but it still bothered me nonetheless.
I decided to do something about the interior. I didn't like the wires being different colors and I wanted the case to be more asthetically pleasing, so I decided to research some modding techniques. I ended up deciding to cut a massive hole in it and throw in some plexi, and do a lot better cable management, including sleeving everything that I could. And of course, paint.
Here's what happened.
(You can see a bit of glue on the top right of the plexi. Don't worry, it dries clear)
Initial testing at my parents house.
My brother in law was selling his GTX570, which was a massive upgrade for me. I went ahead and picked that up and installed. Tried to overclock. You'll see how that went shortly.
Despite my absolute best efforts researching, this is ultimately what will happen if you don't know what you're doing when trying to overclock. Let this be a lesson to all of you that are on the fence about it. Hint, it's not worth the 3 fps. It took a week to get the smell out of my apartment.
Which leads me back to my original and current setup.
i5 2500k @4.5ghz
Corsair 8GB 1600
WD Caviar Black 1tb
Corsair 120gb Force 3 SSD
CM Hyper 212 evo
Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition
ASUS 27" led backlit 1920x1080
Ripper XXL pad
Modded CM HAF 912