Oh my god, Marest.
That's beautiful. And love the GIF.
Only one thing left to do:
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Marest, could you post a picture of the rear of the motherboard tray? I would be interested in seeing how you sorted out the cables so that they are almost invisible, maybe pick up some tricks
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That is beautiful Marest.
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It's better than some keyboards I've seen, but still, I'd prefer a whole separate controller. Maybe some macros right there, but that's it.
Mechanical keys actually have switches and can last almost indefinitely longer than membrane/rubber-dome keyboards.
If longer lasting was all the difference, I would have never bought my mechanical keyboard, least not till my last keyboard - Logitech G15 v2, died. Mechanical keyboards is a WHOLE other world.
Here's some reading:
Thanks for the kind words everyone.
This was shot when I was originally working on the build.
On posture, sitting position and ergonomics when using a computer (check under "Placement"): http://www.medicinenet.com/script/ma...ticlekey=22781
Logitech-written guide about ergonomics: http://logitech-louk.navisite.net/we..._guide_enu.pdf
These could be an interesting read for you as well:
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GTX 670 windforce
12GB ram ddr3
Black widow ultimate keyboard
Razer naga hex
and my motherboard cost like 60$ it's really bad I forgot what it's called ;_; Computer is pretty awesome otherwise though plays everything well. Except arma 3...
12GB of RAM? O.o
So what, 2x4GB and 2x2GB, yeah?
Also, come on, pictures!
I would have dropped to the i5-2500K and used the $100~ saved to get a higher end motherboard. $60 is more than likely holding you back, no overclocking most likely, poor low end parts, and far less features.
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