Edit: its at 3.7ghz and 1.2 something volts, with a cine-bench score of 403. it nearly surpasses a i3 7100 in cine bench according to this
Edit 2 it's not stable, took a 20ish hour prime 95, but not 20 mins you gaming Special thanks to +PC Media Express on google plus for all his help
This is my first PC that i've built, all before was old dells
i got the 750ti in January for 40 dollars off let go, and i got the rest of the PC when i was at my grandpas in Missouri. it was about a 30 minute drive from my grandpas house, but we got there eventually.
first problem was (after 8 hours in the car) it wouldn't go into windows, i put it in safe mode and installed a driver for the sata adapter (From driver booster 4 , and it booted correctly. A couple days after we got home i went to micro center and bought the hyper tx 3, and stated disassembling it out of the original PC and began putting the system into the praetorian. During the installation of the CPU cooler (took more time than anything) i got thermal paste on the motherboard,which basically gave me heart attack but i got it off with a microfiber cloth and alcohol. it was 1 am i was finished and had it boot into windows,then went to bed.
The next day i started overclocking and noticed that the temps where way higher than they should have and realized that my TX3 wasn't properly mounted and spent around 15 minutes fiddling with it to get all the pins down,then i actualy began the overclocking i put it straight to 400 fsb(3400 MHz) and left the voltage on auto,CPUID HWMonitor was reading 1.3 CPU voltage and around 80c on prime 95, i eventually got it stable at 1.2V and it was hitting 75c so i wanted to go lower. i went down 3ghz and got the voltage sort of stable (prime 95 worker crashed) at 1.1v and i increased to 1.10675, which was stable and prime 95 highest temp was 65(ish)c, with gaming highest being 55c. i decided to leave the GPU stock because i haven't wanted to mess with it yet.
Also you may noticed fans in weird places, the case only has 80mm mounts and i only had 120mm fans so fans are sort of put where the fit, the one taped to the top was in the way of cable management so put it under the GPU as intake.
Cinebench score was 355 with the 3.4ghz OC.
edit: photos where taken on my ipad pro from school, i thought it had better quality.
cools pretty well, but it took me about an hpur over two days to get it properly installed, and the thermal paste is really goopy and goes everywhere if you dont take it off carefully