i5 [email protected], R9 290 Windforce, 16GB DDR3 1600, HAF XB Evo, Dark Rock Pro 3 Cooler
If you must insist on using a non-sanctioned sitting apparatus, please consider the tensile strength
of the materials present in the object in question in comparison to your own mass volumetric density.
In other words, stop breaking shit with your fat ass.
lets not be too harsh on Cooler Master, they do have some very good power supplies on the market, like the V700
"The facts be damned, we'll make that up as we go along." - most sensationalist news
"Before man started lifting, he was nothing, he was a barnacle on society, a fucking troglodyte" - Dom Mazzetti the brogod
"this prob sound dumb but do the Germans think hitler is a like a war hero or do they hate him like every1 els?" - hitler rant video
For the price of a v650s you're better off with the evga 750 G2 that has a semi-passive fan mode, is fully modular and is overall much better built along with better electrical performance.
Some small additions for my pc setup:
1M Green led strip with a 50cm cable that plugs into USB
And a custom braided&Coiled usb cable for my keyboard (the colours are bit off since my room isn't really optimal place to take pictures)
Both products were ordered and custom made by http://pexonpcs.co.uk/
Also station as a whole with specs and everything http://imgur.com/a/WKEO8
Last edited by voryon; 2014-08-27 at 03:31 PM. Reason: added image album
whats the specs on that view ?
Next round of parts picked up. Now I have to wait for water cooling parts from the US.
32gb corsair vengence pro 2133
xspc D5 photon 270 pump/res combo
i7 4790K @ 4.7GHz 1.35V || Asus Z97 Hero VII || EVGA GTX 980 Sli (x2) 1455Mhz || 32GB Corsair Vengence 2133mhz || 128GB+500GB(x3) SSD (PRO/EVO) || 2TB+4TB WD Blacks || Corsair HX-850W || Custom Water Cooling - xspc ex140 w/ noctua NF-A14 - xspc rx360 - xspc photon 270 w/ D5 - primochill acrylic tubing & ghost fittings -
Corsair 900D || ASUS ROG Swift || Roccat Ryos MK Pro || Logitech G502 || BitFenix Recon Fan Controller || HTC Vive (on order)
What's the difference between a basic z97 mobo and some of the more high end ones?
The basic motherboard is supposed to be a weaker overclocker usually, typically requiring higher voltage and the likes, and as you go higher-end it's supposed to scale. That said, once you're somewhere in the middle of the pack any gains have pretty much vanished usually.
Beyond that it's mostly feature based. There's a point where they drop off much of the legacy features, and as you go up in price you start seeing M.2, the occasional PLX chip (for giving more than two cards in 16x slots enough PCIe lanes), Wifi, gimmicks like the plastic cover on the Sabertooth, the (rather unnecessary but cool looking) metal backplate on the Maximus VII, etc.
That said, decide what you want from the board. You'll probably find boards fulfilling your needs in the middle of the pack.
Which is good for the consumer, at least short-term.
It's 90% looks and branding and probably 10% features though.
So I am going to be building a new PC. Preferably for Gaming and Streaming, minor editing for YT vids. I have a few things already like SSDs, HDD, PSU. I do have a case but its pretty huge and bulky so thats why I added a new one here. I would love some input from you guys
Thank god this game isn't just for Rym, we'd have a pretty shitty time - Me
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
Current build! (not updated) ||Old Build || Antivirus + Security 10 || AV-TEST 2016