That has to be the most accurate title that I've ever seen.
I love it!
I'm all for "big power in a tiny box" sort of builds, but when you have four GPUs and are stacking the radiators, you gotta upgrade man. But if it works, it works.
So what was the mistake?
Could you give us a full list of what you have right now and specify what parts you're looking to upgrade please?
I can hear "I'm Blue" by Eiffel 65 just by looking at your set up. Love it
I honestly thought you were playing solitaire
Just wait until until you see your 3rd PC build
Called Memelord but is meant for gaming.
What kind of heresy is this! I need my memes! (Great build though)
It is a clean boi. Be a shame if you..........
had a cat.
Overall, very nice.
Good Job! Looks amazing.
Definitely an overkill PSU, but if it costs just as much as a 600w model, go for it. Saves money and gives you more room to upgrade.
Too bad that game didn't (nor will it ever) come out for PC
"Mr. RGB SKY!"
1080p on what games?
If you had it colored blue, I'd name it "Mr. Blue Sky"
1) The peripherals included are more of stand-ins for what others usually go for. Select what you would rather have, whether it has a better price or performance.
2) If you don't like the ram I would suggest the G-SKill Tident Z RBG 16gb (2 x 8gb). If all you're doing is gaming, 16gb is more than enough.
3) I have two storage options included;m.2 ssd with 2tb HDD and an m.2 ssd with 1tb sata ssd. The Sata option has less storage but has quicker loading speeds than then HDD which loads slower but has much more storage room
4) Case comes with three RGB fans that are different from the ones selected, but with such a large budget I figured go for six fans that vomit rainbows.
5) The monitor is 2k with IPS, and 165 fps. If you would prefer wide-monitor or 4k let me know.
6) For the white build, there is an RGB version of the white deepcool AIO that is RGB but not listed on PC partpicker
Here is a link for the White GPU: http://galaxstore.net/GALAX-GeForce-GTX-1080-Ti-HOF_p_134.html
Here is a link to the two RGB builds that I have come up with: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/drferrell/saved/
I hope that this is what your looking for.
Thanks that should make it easier. I'll try making a Black build that could be either Black and blue or Black and Red, and another that would be white and blue (that's something I've always wanted to do).
Forgot to ask, what case size would you prefer?
Do you want the budget to include monitor, OS, keyboard, mouse, and speakers/headphones? That's a big budget, but need to know what I'm working with. And do you have a brand preferance (intel or amd, nvidia or radeon) (Will get back to as soon as possible).
I think that the parts list looks good. Could cut some corners on a different case if you could find one that you might like better. CPU should be fine for gaming, recording and working. If temps get too warm, do consider a better CPU cooler than the stock cooler.
Going to need more storage though, but I assume that you've got that covered and just wanting opinions on the parts.
Shot in the dark on this question; Any issues with your AIO cooler that might not be cooling it properly? Maybe try another type of thermal paste? Just want to make sure that all these possibilities have been checked before coming to a final decision.
You could try to delid the CPU yourself. There are even kits that are sold online that make it easier and Youtube tutorials on how to do it.
Not exactly cheap though, but it might be worth it.
That's bullcrap! They market it as 7700K! What's the point of selling a CPU that is meant to be overclockable, advertised for overclocking capabilities, and marketed for overclocking potential with motherboards on the market that have dials to overclock the CPU for you, if you don't want them to overclock the CPU to begin with? I mean I get that there are people who take overclocking to the extreme and can kill the CPU or shorten its lifespan but still. That messed up!
Forget what I said about returning it. You already don't have a warranty on that thing anyway. Go for broke, do what everyone else suggests and delid that puppy. Use liquid metal even. Gotta keep those thermals down.
I didn't see the date of build till after I posted that, my bad.
But ya, a majority of companies have a "I don't really care about your problem" reputation. Except for be quiet! (as far as my experience went) Lost one of my fastening nuts trying to install the cpu cooler, shot out an email to them about my situation, got a replacement set for free. (Took two weeks, but they are located in Europe while I live in the US) (Also found the missing nut after emailing them).
I wish intel had that kind of service.
Holy crap! And with an AIO water cooler! Dude, you got a bad CPU. I think you can (and should) exchange it for another one (that what I would do).
Or you could return your CPU and motherboard for a refund and go with AMD (who I have no quarrel with. Stick with the brands you prefer).
Do which ever you think is best (time wise or financial wise or preference wise), but definitely get a refund or exchange your current CPU because those temps are not right at all.
I'm confused, I have an i7 7700k on a be quiet! dark rock 3 and temps seem to be alright. Do you mean that cpu is overheating in general or while overclocking?
I know that cable management is a real pain in arse, but with cable management like that you might as well have paid the extra $15 for a module psu.
OR maybe tape over the side panel window
OR Ignore it and just play games
It's a ride when building your own PC. I think the cheaper ones are the best because it really is unique in that you can get the best price-performance than most other computers while not having to drop as much money. I don't even think you could purchase a console for $325. I mean an intel core i5 processor, 8gb, 250gb of storage, and a 1050 ti should be enough to run any game at 1920 x 1080.
What happened to your old dream? What happened to your hopes and dreams!?
Perfect. A gtx 1060 6gb should be enough to meet your standards
Here is what I could come up with for now; https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vMfL8K
What settings and resolution are you looking for?
Also, do you want to include monitor, keyboard, mouse, and headphones?
Good looking build, but I read the title as "MSI B&B System." (MSI bed & Breafast)
Do not look into the colorful void!
I always liked to see the really cheap budget builds over the the expensive builds.
Peel your case! (I know you already did, but the first picture is tempting me)
Nice build though
I love the CPU and GPU pairing much more than everyone else apparently.
I'd like to see more builds like this on this site
Very nice! When I was scrolling through the pictures and showed your old computer I was REALLY confused for a moment. "That don't look like any of the things you bought."
Good looking build, very nice.
Quick question; why not call it "New Blue?"
So long as you don't rent it or beat it, it should be one happy mule. (Context; "I'm going to beat him like a rented mule!")
A PC build made by hunting used/cheap parts?! I love it!
HA! That's actually a pretty good reason
Oh, that makes since! I thought you spent $1100 that is listed in your part list (sounds like you got it at a good time). I was thinking like appearances and cooling aside; if your going to spend $1100 on a 1080 ti then you might as well go for the Titan Xp. If the option was $800 for the 1080 ti or $1200 for the Titan, then I would also go for the 1080 ti, no questions asked.
Looks good. If a computer gets the job done, then its a good computer in my book.
Just one thing; why does Gandalf 2.0 still look like Gandalf the Grey and not Gandalf the White?
I'm not saying that it would be the better decision (or wise) but for that price, you might as well have gone for a Titan Xp
This is what I like to see in a someone's 'first pc build.' Each part is carefully selected based on what the user wants out of their PC (be it for performance and/or aesthetic wise) and leaves room for upgrades in the future. Unlike a lot of people I've seen (me included. I'm a hypocrite) who just throw money at whatever is considered 'best on the market'.
Great looking build man! It's very well managed. Though I gotta say; you might want to look into getting a beefier cooler in the future. Doesn't have to be water cooled, just a cooler that would be more suitable for the heat that the 7700k produces.
I feel like this PC was made to ride eternally in Valhalla....... Shiny and chrome.
Man, I hope you'll be able to get a replacement motherboard, or at the very least a refund so you can get a new one. Especially since you got an i9.
By the way, what do you plan on using your PC for?
Wow! Thank man, that means a lot coming from somebody more experienced than me.
That's actually a better twist than the ending of ME3