Smash hard! :D
Spectacular build! Love to see all that NZXT and the lighting is really well done. Congrats on your new system!
Looks awesome man!
I was concerned for a moment that I was the reason this build was so white...
The only issue I had was that I could not get the XMP clock settings to go all the way to the claimed settings on this kit of RAM. It works fine, I just couldn't get it to 3000 Mhz.
The cables on this PSU are multi-colored on the ends. I used white extensions to cover them up.
Yes, yes, yesssss! I love it! :)
So glad this came together and you can give Bertha the rest she needs.
Love the attention to the color detail! I didn't know you could get color attachments Cryorig. So sexy :)
Haha! Thanks mrvideo! ;)
It caught my eye because it was a little different. I like different. Enjoy that lovely PC you have there, or at least, the new GPU :)
I really like this! The color matching is subtle and the cable management is stellar. Great work here OP!
Dragons are awesome :)
Ysera is some sort of emeral dragon from WoW. I don't know much if anything about the lore XD
Haha it's cool! I think it was a WoW reference, but I could be wrong. Either way, thanks!
These are Silverstone extensions, so they are aftermarket. Thanks for the compliment! I really appreciate it. :)
This user doesn't care about some of the more enthusiast level features like overclocking. He also always plays with headphones on so sound isn't a concern. The cable management is actually really good for a case of this price. I'm glad you like the lighting! Thanks man :)
Absolutely. I play DS3 at 1080p ultra on an i3-4130 and a 960 4GB, which is similar to this build.
Thank you! I really like that board too. It was such a steal here in the US.
This build is pretty old by today's standards. It will likely play the games you listed at Medium settings at best. You wouldn't be getting 60 FPS, but you'd be able to play them.
The boot time is as it should be. I've had very quick boot times with all the 850 EVOs that I've used. The on-board audio is going to be a bit higher than your average, unfortunately I have no way of testing as this isn't my system.
It isn't a perfect match, but it's pretty damn close.
You are correct! :)
I am using a Nikon D3200.
Thank you! It's a great case, that's for sure.
You will probably be averaging around 45-50 FPS with a 390 at 1440p. This would definitely be playable, though you may want to turn tessellation and/or filtering down slightly to achieve 60 FPS. This is a really fun game. Definitely recommended.
Thank you kindly!
Thanks Brandon! Nice to hear from you. Hope all is well! :)
Thank you sir. I appreciate all the compliments!
I will just have to come over and do some work on those pictures for you ;)
It is still very quiet. With the fan control set to low, it's basically inaudible. Air flow is good. Your components are not going to be starved for air.
Thanks for the compliments!
I did not! Congrats man! When do you build it, or have you done that already?
Not bad at all. Personal opinion would be to drop the $15 fans and see if you can make a 950/960 fit in the budget.
Thanks Norm, you're the best! :D
You definitely don't need this much to play Minecraft. This would put you well over 100 FPS at 1080p.
Thank you Sawdog!
This will run Minecraft into the ground my friend.
Thank you! I was hoping for a 5/7, but I'll take 11/10 ;)
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Thanks as always good sir!
No, they are very, very quiet!
If you're talking about the power button, check that you have the +/- wires on the right pin for the power LED.
This build is getting a little old now. It's roughly three years old. I would definitely get an 850 EVO now. Thanks for the kind words though!
Hey! You're back! XD
What exactly is sad?
Thanks man! The board actually has the LED strip built right in. Similar to the newer ASUS ROG boards, but Gigabyte has a green strip in some of theirs.
The Pentium is actually fairly solid. I'm the only one using my NAS so it doesn't really require a whole lot. It also does a solid job with a few concurrent Plex streams. If I had the money I would grab a hyperthreaded Xeon, but it's not really needed unless you have several users on your NAS at the same time.
Good on you man!