Description

Build was built for Photoshop, python programming and maybe some gaming

My budget was originally $750 just needed something with decent specs nothing to crazy. Until i saw the motherboard and decided to go overboard ( see what i did there?; ) Red is my favorite color and originally wanted something white. Keep in mind this is my first build ever. i will be over clocking after i get everything into place.

ENERMAX- fit the whole white concept not to crazy about it but for the moment it will do i will be getting a CPU water cooler within the next few days

G.SKIPP RAM- It was a great price plus red and i will be getting 2 more

SAMSUNG PRO- I hate the boot time on a standard hard drive and figured a few seconds versus 2 minutes why not dish out the extra $105 and just get an additional WS hard drive

CORSAIR CASE- I really loved the color and now regret purchasing the case for more reasons wires are really hard to manage, it feels more like plastic then anything else.

GRAPHIC CARD- I'm waiting on the radeons which drop in the end of June

POWER SUPPLY- I originally purchased the corsair +80 bronze as shown in the pictures but ended up getting a better deal on the EVGA 750G 80 gold for $53

i also added HUE plus in the case

Monitor wasn't pricey at all. i will be upgrading to a triple monitor

This pc was roughly around $850 right now since a lot of the parts i was about to get a little cheaper

Comments

  • 43 months ago
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As soon as I saw that 3rd pic it was a +1

  • 43 months ago
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thank you so thejokster. I'm still looking for a better case

  • 43 months ago
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Wow, you have a wide variety of colors in your PC. +2

  • 43 months ago
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Lol its mostly the rgb from the hue strip.

  • 43 months ago
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Looks really cool, loving the colour scheme. Hope it works well for you :] and I'm looking forward to seeing that graphics card +1

  • 43 months ago
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Nice photos

  • 43 months ago
  • 1 point

Phanteks makes some great looking cases and their cable management is always top notch. I have the Enthoo Pro M acrylic and I've also built in a Evolv ITX case.

  • 37 months ago
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Does it have built in fans?

  • 34 months ago
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That monitor tho

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  • 43 months ago
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Yamaha hs8 Studio monitors. I'm a studio engineer. I highly recommend those to anyone for the best sound

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  • 43 months ago
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Yamaha hs8s Studio monitors with built in amps. It brings the lows highs flawless playback

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