IMO, the DeepCool Gammaxx 400 or just the regular stock cooler would be better choices that the 212
Looks a lot nicer!
can you give some opinions on the viotek monitor? also, is it vesa compatible? thanks in advance
can you give some opinions on the viotek 144hz monitor? also, is it vesa compatible? thanks in advance
do you... actually USE all of this?
The Intel Inside sticker cracked me up a little bit. Nice build and congrats on getting featured!
what monitor mount is that
Nice midrange build. lol you spent as much on the GPU as i did on my entire pc. NICE
Yeah you probably made the better choice
For a lot of people, they want to buy a PC so that it not only does what they want it to, but also because it looks pretty
your cable management tho
Solid build, how much did you actually end up paying for it?
How is the noise?
whats the color scheme you ask? yes
woah insert heart eyes emoji
In my opinion $150 for little/no boost in performance is too much
Is it $150+ better though?
You could've gotten any other RX580 for a lower price but other than that its a pretty good build
Really clean build. Like the minimal lights and the sleek black look
can you mount the monitor to the wall/desk on a third party mount
Okay that's cool but where can i watch you stream? You can't just mention streaming without letting us know your channel :P
Ok, thank you for the help
I'm kind of new to computers, so I don't know everything. So if you know, could you explain what the "F" in the i5-9400F means?
I knew this would be featured when I first saw it, congrats man, amazing build
Nice, thank you.
Seems like a nice build, wish their were more pictures.
Can i have your old system ? XD
Well considering the games i want to play, (CSGO, Fortnite, GTA 5) I'm not really sure that i need a 580. I also never planned to get thermal compound since like you said, it comes
pre-applied. I can hook up Ethernet to my (future) PC, so I'm pretty sure i can skip the card
This is the build that I'm thinking about: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/RfFCxG
How is the FPS in games ? If I have the budget, should i go with a better processor ? And is the motherboard for aesthetic reasons, or is it actually a solid MOBO?
Edit: Also, can you put a picture of the entire build from the front (glass side) please ?
That's not going to well, is it
Absolutely beautiful, amazing, outstanding, there is just not enough words to describe this masterpiece. The cables and the coordination of the parts, the way they fit together, and the pretty lights. Gorgeous build.
Can you be my uncle ? hahaha
You're not wrong haha
I don't know why, but I'm starting to think you like Team T-Force and Cooler Master
CSGO is nowhere near hard to run, my laptop with integrated graphics can play it 30fps medium settings, ddr3 ram btw just to show how old it is
I tried youtube for a year and it didn't really work out
A ref, that's a really good idea, thank you for the help
Amazing for a 13 year old like me, any tips on how you made money ?
But I want the light up LED fans hahaha, so I was just wondering if the fans were good enough
Alright, thanks for the help
Beautiful build, future proof for a LONG time, you won't have to upgrade major parts such as GPU, CPU, and RAM for years. Nice choice on the peripherals as well.
Any problems with the BIOS, I was scared because I want the same motherboard/cpu combo and PCPartPicker told me that i might need a new cpu
Do you recommend the fans for a person who's like me, using a regular case
I'm over a year late, but I am thinking about building my own PC soon, I just wanted to know if you would recommend the PC case, the Phanteks P400. Is it easy to build in ? Good airflow ? Good cable management?