btw, love the build. it looks amazing and i love your sense of humor.
when water cooling actually makes things hotter...
dude. that is an insane overclock.
congrats, but i confused as to how you haven't killed your psu yet. it seems to be a bit underpowered for such an insane clock.
ya, great build! (finally! AMD cpus are worthy of a build video)
that depends on the games you play and whether or not you use the 8 cores/16 threads.
wow. you don't see many 240 hz monitors. really nice build.
very good budget build. great cable management, and great hardware.
one thing i might change is the hard drive, i would have gone with western digital, as they seem to be more reliable for the same price. (unless you got a deal on the Seagate)
of course that is my opinion.
looks really nice. should last you for a while.
just wondering though, how in the world did you overclock a locked processor?
well, ok. i can confirm that that's not necessary. the 6500 is pretty cool (never seen it go above 55c) but i respect your decision. (and the C7 definitely looks better than the stock cooler:)
looks really nice and clean. those specs are about the same or better than mine, but for less money! nice.
i am wondering why you ditched the intel stock cooler though.
yeah. i noticed that too.
looks good. i like the black and blue color scheme. not seeing many of those around recently.
just wondering though, how much did you actually pay for that fury?
this is a good build.
true, it probably would have been more worth your money to go with a cpu rather than an apu, but other than that this is a really solid build, with good cable management and good specs, with a really good price performance ratio, especially since you got your gpu for free.
good job, and please disregard the guy who says it sucks.
my one question though, why two optical drives? no judgment, i'm sure there is a reason, just wondering as it is something i haven't seen before.
definitely a great looking budget build.
looks good. i love white builds.
That sounds nice. would love to get me some Vega+Ryzen myself, but if my excursion to goodwill's computer recycling center goes as planned, maybe i won't need to. :-)
thank you for enlightening me to the possibilities of bargain hunting and sifting through people's trash!
looks beautiful. nice job.
I'm jealous. everything about this build is better than or equal to mine. i'm going dumpster diving now!
Great job. this takes first place on price vs performance.
ok, i misspoke. this is the 2nd best in price vs performance, which is still pretty darn good!
would still like to see it featured.
this is first place though:
this is the ultimate in price vs performance ratio.
would like to see it featured.
looks goode. very respectable build.
by the way, looks like you accidentally posted it twice when you added/deleted some of your pictures... might want to fix that. but otherwise it looks very nice.
wow. good one.
looks good. very sleek.
By the way, if you have not found out already, you can turn off the orange led on the motherboard in the bios.
seriously? Jipster isn't here yet?
nice build. gotta love gold. (that monitor looks awesome too)
it stands for 'Hertz', or frequency, but in the context of monitors it basically means the amount of frames per second that the monitor actually allows you to see, or the 'refresh rate.'
so, if your monitor is rated at 60hz, then you will be able to up to 60 of the frames per second that your computer is outputting.
and if you are getting frame rates of say, 70 per second, on your 60hz monitor, then you will only be able to see 60 of those.
also, if you don't what frames per second are, then check out this wiki page.
cool. looks really nice. i will definitely remember your warning.
the coca-cola thing is a nice touch.
Wow. i didn't know they made liquid coolers that cheap. nice find, and nice build.
also, just curious, you have the video card, case, and power supply marked as $0. is it supposed to be the ssd, hdd, and power supply that are marked as $0?
looks good. i agree with your decision to not overclock. i will never do that myself.
cable management is beautiful, and i like that you choose a noctua fan.
good job using noctua!
nice. by the way, your cable management is great! better than my first try.
good job using noctua fans!
thanks for commenting!
not sure how much i can help you though... i only play minecraft and star wars battlefront 4 on it at the moment, but it gets about 40-60 fps on high, and 20-30 on ultra for battlefront.
personally, i wish i would've waited just a little longer and gotten the gtx 950 instead, because it's the same price and does about a lot better then the 750 ti.