Better performance only for gaming and GPU intensive tasks.
Cable management is a little on the poor side, other than that, great build!
The most interesting man in the world.
True, my friend has been waiting for this PC for years so he didn't really want to wait for new GPU'S. Thanks for +1!
netflix and chill
Beautiful, but with your budget you could have gone with a much more powerful i5 or i7. Still +1
More pics! And good decision with the motherboard.
It's fine for the average consumer but if your going to be using them in a business environment, such as a PC builder, then the chances of people coming back with problems is higher if you use an AsRock board in each pc.
They are not really known to be good for high-end builds because of their reliability and quality.
Where did you buy that case? I can't seem to find it in stock anywhere!
4 Titans and 5960X, puts in asrock mobo...
Who tf actually buys windows??
For the 6700k, the ASUS Maximus VIII Hero or the MSI Gaming M7. For the 4790k, the ASUS Maximus VII Hero, or the MSI gaming 5. Keep in mind that the ASUS Maximus VII Hero is kind of hard to find.
If this pc is going to be used for gaming then get the 6700k or the 4790k. X99 is meant for workstations and will not have a huge performance increase in games.
You should overclock
MSI z170 M7 or ASUS VIII Hero, I'm building a pc and would like to hear some opinions on which mb is better. Thanks, nice build btw +1
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The maximus vii is intel chipset z97, the 4770k is z87, for $10 more u could have gone with the newer i7 4790k! +1 still nice build.