Description

With a blue glow, the playground comes to life, unveiling the secrets in us all.

That's a song reference you probably don't get, that's okay.

90% rebuild, 100% awesome. Primarily for roomscale VR and media consumption.

I was not about to pay the price for RGB strips that have the Mystic Light logo on the package, or any of the overpriced, proprietary solutions, so I bought an overkill length strip and some connectors. Works great off the motherboard's RGB header.

Wall mount is just an old TV mount. The TV that was on it a few years ago was heavier than this PC so I'm not concerned. We did this because the Rift cable wouldn't reach as far as we wanted, and we tried multiple USB 3.0 repeater cables, to no avail.

Part Reviews

Custom

Great case for wall mounting. Fairly easy to build in, though I wouldn't recommend it as a first build as you have to assemble the case yourself. Sturdy as hell, perfect for a custom loop if that's your thing.

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  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

It's a pretty standard TV wall mount and was what was in my closet. I don't like to go out and buy new things if I have something that will get the job done. Unfortunately...can't say that about any of my PC cases lol. Enter: Core P3.

We think it looks plenty aesthetic, "sick as ****", actually.

Thanks though. This build was kind of a *****, honestly.

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  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

My man want a "sex game" xD wheeze (Only thing you will find is probably some anime hentai type ****)

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  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Well damn, I wish that was a thing.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

I have to order most things, but luckily there's a local Fry's Electronics(that's clearly going out of business lol) that had the case in stock.

For shooters, I've been playing a lot of Superhot. It's not really a "proper" shooter though, but there are some. I mainly like strategy and role playing games.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Because I bought it when RAM prices were high and I didn't need high speed RAM. This one is a gaming PC. My husband is the primary user of this, he didn't want to spend an extra 80 bucks(at the time) for faster RAM that would provide no noticeable benefit.

It's almost as if you don't understand what "90% rebuild" means. I'll give you a hint: it means 90% of the parts were purchased long before the build was completed and posted.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

You can stop stalking and harassing me now, thanks.

But for the record, this PC hits a minimum of 60 FPS on the TV it's connected to, and a minimum of 80 FPS when using the Oculus Rift S. There was literally no reason at all to use higher speed RAM. If I really wanted to, I could tune them to run faster or with tighter timings. Like I've done with basically all of my other kits.

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