OnyX is a gaming computer based off of Intel's LGA-1155 Socket. It is custom built and designed with a monochromatic color scheme. I've gotten a lot of criticisms for using the Sabertooth Z77 board, but I chose it because it's simple, clean, and looks pretty bad-ass. Sure, I could have chosen something a lot more "feature-rich", but I wanted this board primarily because of its looks.
Originally, it was powered by a PNY GTX 560Ti which I purchased as a sort of "hold-over" card until I could afford a better one. I ended up purchasing the first GTX 760 by EVGA within a week or so of their release, and then a purchased another one a few months later so that I could run higher end titles such as Battlefield 4 at much higher settings. The 760s are getting sold to a friend for $200 each, which is about $50 less than I paid for them new. I'll be putting that money towards a GTX 780Ti, which will not only allow me to run games better, but also leaves rooms for upgrades in the future, and removes the microstutter and delay from running cards in SLI.
Each of the sleeved cables are sleeved by hand by Mundi of Icemodz in Iceland (http://www.icemodz.com/) to keep with the white/grey/black color scheme of the build.
Originally, the case was a Corsair Obsidian Series 650D, but that did not have the best cable management for my tastes. I ended up selling it to a friend when the Corsair Carbide 540 Air was released, and I moved everything into that. The cable management was much better, and the excess cables from the power supply and drives were able to be hidden more or less completely.
|CPU Clock Rate||4.4GHz|
|CPU Temperature While Idle||30.0° C|
|CPU Temperature Under Load||70.0° C|
|GPU Core Clock Rate||980MHz|
|GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate||6008MHz|
|GPU Temperature While Idle||-|
|GPU Temperature Under Load||-|