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Decided to call my first pc build for Prototype as this one is still an ongoing build! Use it pretty much for all kind of games, heavy and lightweight. Built it right before xmas in 2015. Updates are to come in future complete builds. custom casemod and watercooling are to be done later

edit Added in CPU spec picture. Please note that the CAM program is showing off wrong temperatures on basicly everything.

Little teaser on my current casemoding project http://puu.sh/pOLDV.jpg Waterloops is to come! (Skratched this casemod, moved on to new case for a new mod)

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  • 47 months ago
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temps ?

  • 46 months ago
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lol late response. See picture for temps. be aware over that the thermal paste on the cpu is not layed down correctly. Should done the Xpattern.

  • 47 months ago
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Extra note, Lights are from NZXT Hue+

  • 47 months ago
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Hows the x34?

  • 47 months ago
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like a dream, went from an AOC 144hz G-sync screen to x34. Would bought x34 again :p

  • 47 months ago
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Would buy x34 again!***

  • 47 months ago
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Even text based games from the 1980s?

  • 47 months ago
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ofc!... :s

  • 47 months ago
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I always upvote multi colored builds. What a beast of a system; no expense spared. Incredibly well done, especially for a first build.

+1 for killer parts,cable management, and Red/Blue color scheme (Never go one color!).

  • 47 months ago
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Haha, thank you ^

  • 47 months ago
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Awesome looking build and that monitor is damn sexy! Do you really have your cpu clocked at 4.9? If so then you have one beast of a chip!

  • 47 months ago
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edit added in extra picture for CPU :) for better resolution http://puu.sh/pOKJR

  • 47 months ago
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Nice, you definitely won the silicon lottery my friend!

  • 47 months ago
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Memes, this is like a really ironic memeo.

  • 47 months ago
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Nice overclock on that CPU! What is the voltage set at?

  • 47 months ago
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edit added in extra CPU picture :)

  • 47 months ago
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How did you mount the hdd's to the back?

Omg, he's a superhero

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  • 47 months ago
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As Battlefield mentioned, have wall brackets on the backside, can place max 3x HDDs + 2 SSDs or more SSDs and less HDDs ;) So loooots of cable room for a clean cablemanagement too :D

  • 47 months ago
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your cable management is so good. Where did you route the cables coming out from the pump.

  • 47 months ago
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Thank you :D Did route it with the CPU cable and down to the power suply. :)

  • 47 months ago
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naise! thanks for the share!

  • 47 months ago
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Thank you! Was fun to plan and build, and having all these comments makes it even better, so np for sharing ^

  • 47 months ago
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Nice Build & the colors compliment each other perfectly :]

  • 47 months ago
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Tried my best to make them look good with eachother, so thank you. SideNote, gotta love NZXT Hue+'s option to change each lightbulbs color.

  • 47 months ago
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That is sick dude! I didnt know that ! I was going to make a custom PSU cover and and make the LED shine thru since I dont have a PSU cover :]

  • 47 months ago
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Sounds awesome man! Planing on making a custom cover aswell!

  • 47 months ago
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What's the name of your keyboard? Kinda like it..

  • 47 months ago
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Coolermaster MECH. its Awesome, but HUGE. I did cut off the hand gripple that was on the left side on mine though

  • 46 months ago
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m8 why are you running all this expensive gear in a 80$ case???

  • 46 months ago
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Cause its a damn good case. Anyways stay tuned for the upgraded version, which is a new case too.

  • 45 months ago
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What did you think of the Asus PCE-AC8, was it any good?

  • 45 months ago
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I love it, never had any problems with it. went with TP-Link ArcherT8E Wireless PCI-E Adapter first, that one I had loads of problems with. So I changed it out with the Acer one instead. I would recommend it! (the Asus PCE-AC88 PCI-Express x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac one).

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  • 47 months ago
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That was the only option, unfotunately the tube would bend too much if placed somewhere else.

  • 47 months ago
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Also mounting it on the bottom could increase the possibility for airbubbles to acure within the pump, which is bad. Due to most closed waterloops are having some air within them.