oh. well u shuld probably drop that to 1.25 to be safe but its still not bad congratz on this build brother :D
WTF. 4,7 ghz at 0.96v.??
Lmao :D, I main Rengar He is my main. I love him (he loves me too ;)
Ahaha :D, mostly skype btw. Im happy to hear that you also like F&F. We`ll play sometime hopefully when were both online :D
I just clicked on your name and found out that you also play League of Legends haha. My summoner name is Ride Till I Die (im a Fast and Furious fan :D). And Wow were also in the same League :D
I think we can call it Beast now ? Good job on that build theblockparty, so does that hyper 212 Evo serve your needs for overclocking?
Im just that Nvidia guy ;)
Thats one sick gaming rig. I love the Gpu and it`s really amazing that you achieved 4,7 Ghz on that 4690k. Really clean and nice build umm.... I would name it The Wolverine XD
+1 For this Monster
This is a really nice build I love the looks of that cooler. But one thing I would have recommended is to downgrade your ram or if you have the money add a 100 bucks to your Gpu and buy a gtx 760, a gtx 750 ti is not bad at all but a 760 will give you lots of power for gaming. :D
+1 for this Beast
You can definitely forget what I said :D. The Hyper 212 Evo is a beast and can get you to 4.2 ghz without breaking a sweat. And the Psu seems good but I have more experience with corsair Psus so I cant judge that. But let us know your Epic Gaming Pc`s performance and benchmarks in some of the games you play and Have Fun with this Monster you have :)
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Your Welcome :) . If you like to have a modular Psu the rm750 is a very neat one to pick and right now is 109.99 with a 20$ mail in rebate. And for your cpu cooler you can use the 20$ mail in rebate to get a corsair h80i or a h100i (5 bucks difference between the two, and about 2_3° cooling diff.) which will give you great overclocking power and help your gtx 770. :)
This is one of the best budget builds ive seen. looks really good and the parts are good choices. Im sure you will fix those cables right? The psu MIGHT cause you problem and Im sure you dont have to worry about it. But if you have the money go with a corsair cx750, you wont regret it
+1 for this awesome build :D