Would the 5,900 RPM HDD be good enough for VR games?
Question, how are you able to use more than one 4-pin fans when this thing only has a single 4-pin connector and a single 3-pin connector?
Yeah she totally made me look bad in front of everyone and people thought I was being toxic to the community so they muted me for 24 hours LOL
How's the keyboard treating you? Is it good for gaming?
Your speakers cost more than you're whole build holy crap.
Were the speakers really worth that much money?
Someone asked on a Facebook post for a computer system under $1,500 and this ******* kid recommended this when the price of the GPU is excluded. LOL!!!
Yes, RGB is definitely still a thing.
Congratulations. I saw your post on the Facebook group about how excited you were about this. Nice job!
Would this 1070 ti work well with an i3-8350k?
Oh okay thanks.
Since the motherboard only has 1x 4-pin CPU fan header, how did you use two CPU fans on the radiator?
I'm already looking at a 1 - 3 fan splitter with a molex for power.
I plan on using this motherboard for a cheap build and I was wondering if I could be able to use 5 cooler master sickle flow 120mm fans with it. Thanks.
Okay. I trust that you believe in their quality.
This is awesome! Thanks a lot!
I am aware of the Corsair Carbide 600c case and I don't view that as at all necessary for what I'm working on.
I think red dragon is a joke tbh. I'd rather look at a Logitech Product before Red Dragon.
So far Corsair peripherals have proven to be superior in regards of price of performance.
I personally don't look at Logitech peripherals unless they are speakers or web-cameras but thank you anyways for the suggestion.
I love the deathadder! But I believe that the price of performance for RAZER products isn't as beneficial/ efficient as Corsair.
I have a red one that glows up on each end in red, blue, and green.
Thank you very much though for your output.
My friend has a deathstalker keyboard and an abyssus mouse and they function great. He even has that limited edition Razer S340 case to keep his system cool. I like Razer products personally and not because they're just "Razer".
Tomato tomoto, no one cares.
Razer Mouse please. :D
More than likely headroom for overclocking his CPU, GPU and RAM.
Yeah my boy is running a Gigabyte Gaming M7 motherboard and it's working out for him alright along with his 1060 6GB but he thinks the software is good. I like my Asus, MSI and EVGA hardware.
I'm not a big fan of Gigabyte, but that's just plain beautiful. This PC will surely leave lots of computer enthusiasts utterly speechless. Well done.
This build makes me want my virginity back. :L
That is beautiful! I had no idea PCPartPicker donates for a better cause until I saw this. This makes me want to use PCPartPicker more often.
You know this chassis is inspired by the Portal series because 1. it's named portal and 2. it looks like a sentry turret from Portal.
They make LED SSD's now? Huh....
So wait, you and your partner can use that one PC at the same time like it's two separate desktops? How?
For the 29UM67 monitor, what kind of VESA mount did you use? I need one that can be tilted both left and right as well as up and down. Thanks.
This is incredible!!!!
Hi, would this work with a pentium G4500 system using the same memory as this with a transcend mts800 m.2 SSD? Thanks.
Word that's sick bro. Cheers!
You have to look at the RX 480 more like a muscle car than a sports car really... Yeah you could probably get an 8gb model that's cheaper than the 6gb 1060 but I still look at the Nvidia GPU as really good. What if it was cheaper than the RX 480?
This system is very drool worthy, especially for the Fallout enthusiast. I really like Fallout games, so I can dig this. I prefer black themed systems over white but this looks so nice and clean. I love the microphone you have next to that glorious 34" monitor. It very well suits the white Fallout theme.
I have no opinion on the mouse and keyboard as I tend to ignore Logitech Products unless they're speakers or web cameras and I've never heard of that keyboard's brand "Anne" or whatever.
That CPU is awesome and since you're not using multiple PCI-E lanes there's no need to upgrade from it. Hardcore AIO liquid cooling solution to maintain low temperatures, not to mention it's RGB. The Taichi motherboard is just plain awesome. USB 3.1 Type C thunderbolt connectivity FTW and aesthetically it's beautiful. Having dual gigabyte ethernet, and WiFi/Bluetooth is a major plus as well.
I love Crucial Ballistix RAM, very high quality stuff. Great CAS latency of 16. 48GB of random access memory will ensure you that you'll never run out of head room for software application usage. Awesome.
I would write a longer review but I must take leave. Overall however, I have to give this build a 9.5/10. (Sorry, I don't like your choice of solid state drives. I would have went with the Mushkin Reactors instead and OCZ drives are just lousy in general.)
Everything about this rig just looks incredible. I'm highly impressed with the paint job but more so with the custom liquid cooling loop. Amazing how you managed to fit all of that tubing inside of such a small chassis and still manage to make it work, even though the temperature isn't necessarily... "optimal". It still functions very nicely like it's supposed to and that's all that matters. Plus on a side note it's just very aesthetically pleasing. Eye candy.
I love how you only used solid state quality storage rather than relying on any sort of magnetic drive to store data, but I'm not very satisfied with the lack of storage capacity in this. Not even 1TB? Hmm...
Overall, this thing really reminds me of a pink Xbox 360 (for some odd reason). It's just so cool to look at. I'd give this a 9.5/10.
Very, very, very nice. Very sleek looking, very stylish. Your choice of components are fantastic, except for those AF120's. I would prefer corsair's static pressure series personally.
You should have just got an H270 board instead of a z270 since you're using a non-k model processor. The 960 evo is a very good m.2 drive but I dislike the MX300 because it uses a TLC NAND. I'm not too big on Thermaltake cases either. Since you're not overclocking, using a AIO liquid cooling solution is totally unnecessary. My only other complaint is that I would prefer Corsair SP120 fans over AF120's. You can get them in a purple 2-pack. Your RAM is good, your PSU is really good and your GPU is awesome. I love the monitor you chose as well. As you really need for gaming in a monitor is something with a 5ms response time or lower, at least a 60Hz refresh rate and nothing really else other than widescreen, of course.
I give you an honest 5.5/10 my good sir.
lol, how's the dinovo keyboard for gaming?
oh lel ty
Hi, may you please give me the specs for your PSU? I would like to know how many amps it pushes on the 12V rail as well as the others. Thank you.
Oh wow that's really cool I had no idea it came with that. My friend has the Razer S340 but he never mentioned anything about it coming with a headset puck....