i love how you overclocked it into the petahertz range!!!! ;P
This thing has seen so many changes, its now rocking the asus maximus iv gene and an i7 3770k overclocked to 4.5 ghz, ive been extremely busy lately, and my phone camera doesnt do the finished build justice. Thats mostly down to the fact that i had to change out the case to work with the new motherboard, as dell use proprietary connecotrs for the front io.
One really nice thing about having a mattress above me, is that the sound coming from the audio system isn't echoey
Its already almost finished. all it needs now is more intake and it'll be left alone til it has to be cleaned, one thing that is a downside about where the usb 3.1 add in card is, is that i'd only be able to mount one 120mm fan, and a lot of the thermal problem was that the thermal paste on both the cpu and gpu was rock hard, some thermal grizzly kryonaut fixed that right up
I'm thinking of modding a case fan into the front, shouldn't be too hard (famous last words), now that y'all have called it a sleeper, i don't want to get rid of this case
its a new bios standard. its been around for a while, so any system you find with a 2nd gen or up processor in it or that was running windows 8 or 10 has a good chance of having it
A lot of the seasonic units fit perfectly, the one i have in there now fit in so well the lever that held the old psu in is clipped onto the new one
My only gripe is that the system runs a little hot, but that's what i get for getting a used graphics card that was mined on
Its on some questionably stable wire shelves, and the under the bunk bed setup is working out really well, only given myself a concussion once ;)
BUT. when getting a psu, if you go for the same computer as i did, the psu cannot be longer than 140mm
As long as the psu can take it, go for the 1060. any graphics card will work in it, just research the system before buying and make sure it supports uefi. as most radeon cards will not work in legacy, and some geforce cards as well
Amazingly that wasn't my intent for the build (although a great feature), i just wanted a gaming computer that was comparable to a lot of $1000 gaming pc's, and it performs.
It runs it at a locked 60 fps with the radeon frame limiter. along with every other game ive thrown at it
It's fantastic, it is like a combo between reds and browns
the build looks awesome, but this post needs more pictures.
That show is awesome. +1
Is the name based on the show RWBY by any chance?
+10 for Ubuntu. btw, what version are you running and how well does vega perform with linux?
JAYZTWOCENTS inspired. +1
what desktop environment are you running? and does the aura sync software work on ubuntu? +1 for frickin LINUX
does crossfire actually work on that chipset?
Howd you mount the 92mm fans
how did u overclock this puppy
RWBY!!!!!!! i love the wallpaper. and this is a beastly build
You have posted the most pics i have ever seen on pcpartpicker
oh.......my.......god, ITS ANIME
this is frickin awesome, i love the idea altogether. i personally wouldn't be able to pull this off
no it does not, he got an adapter
was the name inspired by RWBY by any chance? it is one of my favorite series
in all reality, i don't need zen for any particular reason
waiting 'til January for AMD Ryzen to come out, the ram was a gift for my bro
thank you, the build looks badass
Where in the hell did u buy the ram. Ive been looking everywhere for them but never found them
do the xeons affect gaming performance
how loud do those noctua fans get
how is the xeon working out
does the motherboard play nicely with linux
is the motherboard the same as when you first put it together
how the hell did you fit the air cooler on that motherboard
was the name inspired from cowboy bebob by any chance
Love the leds. The hdmi switch was a great idea to go with the monitors. Hope to see more from this. +1
HOW DOES THE CPU RUN SO COOL?!
my friend built a system with an asrock board and had it fail after three months of use
have you had the board fail yet, in any way shape or form