Hi, Awesome looking build.
I have just purchased this case to upgrade my PC to, and was wondering what vertical GPU mount is that? or where did you get it and does it come with the riser cable, or did you have to buy that separate?
Any advise will be greatly appreciated.
It may be that the vertical GPU mount is included with the case, but I have not opened it yet, as I am only starting my build in two days :P
Don't remember the exact reason for getting the 2400mhz, I think initially it was to overclock it past 3000mhz, but I have'nt tried yet because my build has had to take a backfoot due to other priorities and until I get some more system fans I don't want my ram overheating.
Thank you for the update. I have yet to put lights in my system, and in general my PC build has had to take a break due to other priorities, but I will definitely keep on building as soon as I am able.
Thanks, far from complete, but getting there.
Not spending any money on it for a few months because i need to take some holidays, so got to save a bit :)
It is very nice, i play everything so far ultra settings and only sometimes i hear the card, and i have never seen it go over 70degrees which is very good i think for R9 290.
I havent overclocked it yet, but then again it is already overclocked and i plan on getting another one in the future.
Oh thanks, its under a slightly different name I see...
It came as a deal when buying the keyboard from dabs.com and it was still cheaper at the time than buying the keyboard elsewhere.
I don't care about "cheating", if it works and looks good, who cares, I have the same case and I have the 760i, I wonder if it has red in it, I might have to steal your idea :)
Well something like league of legends with everything turned up.
I am building a PC at the moment and haven't had the budget to upgrade my ram or GPU atm, and I am still using Radeon HD 6970, so if its comparable, I can run newest games on like mid/low settings but still plays everything at least.
Nice build on a budget, I know what it is to be stuck with budget limiting systems, I had one, and I lived where I had access to very little supply of any components, so when my graphics card, motherboard and memory blew all at once, I had to make some tough decisions.
All that is passed now, thank goodness, finally starting to build a decent system, just takes time.
Anyway, nice build :)
Hi, great build!
Can I ask what "red material" you have covering all the access holes / SSD drive cages on the inside right hand side of the case? I like the idea and was looking for ideas if I can achieve this without the need to buy Perspex and have to cut and paste vinyl stickers etc...I wondered if there is some other way to get past it.
After reading many reviews regarding those types of LED strips which you have used, my question would be, how long have you been using them and have you had any problems with them?
Reason I am asking is there are quite a few reviews of these light strips where the transformers blow up / explode, so although I love the idea of installing them in my 750D, I am a bit concerned about durability.
Thank you very much, its getting there slowly, far from finished!
RAM is one of my next upgrades, but I think Graphics card will be first, well the first graphics card, because I will be buying a second graphics card later to run SLI.
Price vs performance I am currently planning on getting a 770GTX most likely the MSI Lightning version.
Update : After further discussion with a friend, I will most likely avoid the 770's and Nvidia altogether at this time, due to the cards using the old architecture and the Titans for example being way too overpriced, so for a reasonable price increase, I will most likely be getting the Radeon 290, and as always eventually buy a second one and run crossfire, this has a lot of added bonuses, not only in performance, but ram and specs too.
I always take photos of everything I get as and when I receive it, it also serves as proof, should anything come damaged from delivery.
Thanks for comment.
As I may or may not have stated, I am first using old components I had lying around to build the PC, ergo the HDD / SDD situation.
Future upgrades will mean removing all the HDD's, getting a NAS for mass storage and buying Samsung EVO SSD's.
I will get there in the end, will just take some time.
This is also the reason I haven't zip tied the back cables, I am using temporary ties, (the ones you twist together), in the meantime, because there is more to come, including replacing all the sys fans and filling all empty fan slots with PWM fans.
Thanks, weird though it does not appear on UK version of site, but I am able to add it to my parts list from the US one and just not have price listings and such.
Still new to the site though, will see what else I can figure out.