Cause the R9 390 is inferior to the GTX 970.
Id suggest waiting for the 1070
Wait about a month and get the 1080. Its much more powerful than the Titan X, costs around the 980ti, and consumes less power than then 980.
May I ask, why did you switch out the monitors?
Holy ****, and I thought Janus counldnt get more overkill. I wish I had money to burn like you do.
2 900Ds, my god. How many optical drives can you fit xD
Not even approved yet and you get a +1. I'm sure your father would be proud.
2 Keypads, 2 Keyboards, 3 Mice. That's not enough,
$90 for DDR3-1600 RAM is way too expensive, though. That's the same price for DDR4-3200
Probably for more PCI lanes.
PNY's CS1311 240GB is $60.
Kingston's V300 240GB is $65.
Or if you want, you could spend $20 more for a Samsung 850 EVO 250GB.
There are still much better options for that price point.
My bad :P
What happened to the PNY Optima? Why isn't it on the list any longer?
After amazing reviews of the SSD, Kingston bait-and-switched out the parts of the V300 for cheaper parts, causing a decrease in performance. They kept that fact hidden and continued selling it to people believing they were getting an amazing SSD. Someone soon found out about the scam and blew the whistle on Kingston. That's why this SSD is hated so much.
If you wanted a beefy processor, I'd suggest going for the 5820k. Roughly same price, 2 more cores, compatible with X99 boards that give you 8 DDR4 ram slots, and can be upgraded to 5930k or the 5960x.
Love than anime themed background, +1. Also, when did MSI make Hybrid cards?
Ah, understood. Thanks.
See kids, this is why you never buy pre-built. Someone will rip you off.
$1320 is not a good price. I feel sorry for the person who bought it.
Very unique and well though out build. +1
Also, what is special about the WD Red drives? I know that Green drives are power efficient and Black drives provide amazing performance, but what does the Red drive do?
You were able to overclock non-K Skylake CPU
i7-5930k, H110i, X99, 32GB RAM, 1TB M.2-2280 SSD, Titan X
not bad for a first time build
not bad for a first time build
Yeah, no ****.
In all seriousness, great build. You got a nice beefy computer that will serve you well for years to come.
Maybe more pictures of the inside? (:
Only if you have a gold colored theme. Otherwise, skip it.
I'd recommend the H110i GTX. 280mm rad, silent as all hell, keeps CPU cold, sexy and under $100.
Holy ****, that cooler and its LEDs...
When you get your 960, I'd recommend getting another 4GB stick of ram.
Wait this is $450 though
In that case, it's a perfect system.
I'm a motherfuckin meme maching, without memes I will die.
On a serious note, amazing build. Powerful, sexy, and custom loop. I'd recommend getting a HDD that has about 1 terabyte of space or more, because 120gb won't get you very far. Just one minor critisim for an otherwise perfect system. +1
Powerful, portable, perfect. +1
Such amazing cable management in such a small case. +1
Case has no window, so it doesn't matter.
This dude spent more money or storage than I did on my whole PC
There were eight in the couch picture.
It would be a pain installing steam games...
Should do good, but are you planning to upgrade to 16GB of RAM in the future? If not, get 2x4GB and run them in dual channel.
From what I've been reading, it might be a windows update causing it.
No matter where I go, the Hue+ is out of stock. Why?
Still better than a Logysis case. +1 needs to be featured.
You're so punny, +1
Not enough monitors.
Looks amazing, dude. I'm impressed :)
Is that a Voyager background?
Clean cable management +1
A. R9 280 adds some price
B. He could've been ripped off
C. He lives out of the States.
Why did you spend $100 on a 16GB kit of DDR3-1600 RAM, and why the 1000w PSU? Are you planning to SLI?
If you're looking for longevity, I'd suggest the R9 390 because of its 8GB of VRAM
With that graphics card you should be able to play 1440p no problem.
Depends on whether you'll do more visual programming or gaming. If you're gonna do more gaming, get the i5-6600k and 980ti. If you're doing more visual programming, get the i7-6700k and 980.
I chose the liquid cooler because it gives you better temps, and there's a slight chance the Noctua might block some RAM slots,
I chose the R9 390 mainly cause it out performs the 970 and has twice the VRAM. It's ultimately your choice though.
I chose the 750w because when I made the list it was cheaper than the 650w option. Do go with a EVGA SuperNova 650 G2. It's 80+ Gold and modular, plus you can buy sleeved cables afterwards.
I'm slightly above $1200, but this is a very good PC: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2FdwTW
I'd strongly recommend staying with this, but if you still want to drop the price, drop the SSD.