V-ROG is my on the go video rendering rig. Since I am have a growing interrest for doing videos for youtube. It's also my LAN/backup rig i can bring to friends and family if i plan to spend time there and i can still get work done.
The parts themself on this rig was pretty easy to work out what to get.
I knew i wanted an i7 for the video rendering in this rig, and i didn't want to oc since i didn't want a hot loud machine when it was rendering. So rather wanted to wait the extra time. reason why i went with h60 was simple because it could keep the temps down even while rendering, but still not way to overkill like a h100. But i was debating wether to get a noctua cooler instead for less noise since the h60 is actually a bit louder than i thought.
The gigabyte board is full of all the things i need raid support ( will be adding another 2tb drive and probably mount the ssd under the 5.25 bay with a bit of mods. the Wifi is nice since when you're moving a lot you don't know if you can get cable or not.
Only thing i regret is not getting 16gb of ram. But that's about what i regret.
the 250gb ssd is for my top 5 games and Sony vegas and after effects.
and the storage of 2tb for video files should be fine for now.
Ok, only reason i went with the 770 is because i got it really cheap, originally i wanted to get a 750ti since i would be plenty for my gaming needs at 1080p at medium-high settings. but I got it for such a low price it was out of question to not get it.
For my next Mini ITX build for myself i would not go with a progidy but probably the Node instead, this is not a regret since it's a great case but the node is just a bit better. but the bitfenix has a bit more airflow and that's great.
Ok the 750 watt psu from the corsair cx series, might not be the best psu, but it was really cheap and the 750 is just a bit better than the other cx psu
Random optical drive i had.
only problem i had was the h60, but it wasn't a problem more like mini itx installation.
Hope you like the build comment and suggest me stuff.
Got win 8.1 for free at work.