This is a computer designed for gaming and recording videos for YouTube. Almost everything works flawlessly. I have had no problems so far! Gets 60fps in games (skyrim, borderlands, etc) on ultra settings!
Yipes that cable management >_< Corsair cases have some of the absolute best cable management yet you aren't using most of the holes for it O.o???
Not only does it block and divert airflow it can trap heat on the cables and unwanted dust all which can be very bad for components. and YES the cables are plenty long enough. :P I understand the excitement to getting the computer built and running but really it takes more time in the long run to do decent cable management later then if you took 10-15 minutes while building it to sort them correctly :P
you seem to know alot about computers. Would you mind taking a look at my build and maybe help me find a way to save money without giving up much performance?
theres the link if you would like to check it out
I'd be more than happy to help but I'd rather not hijack someones build so please feel free to take a look here:
i sent you an email on your website where will i get the reply?
my reply will be sent to the email you used on my website contact page.
I am not very good at cable management. I intend to fix it up a little this weekend.
Can we see some pictures from the inside ?
sure. I'll post them later.
how many fans are in that case?
2 case, 1 cpu, 2 built into the gpu.
Yay I always love to see the corair 200r
A bit of a small screen for that card? (BENCHMARKS PLEASE)
I was on a budget so I got a smaller screen.
edit: lower resolution (1920x1080)
That's a big screen lol
Ummmmm... The size of the screen has absolutely nothing to do with performance.
On the contrary, the resolution most certainly has something to do with performance. An 800 x 600 screen could cover the Earth and still have the same performance as a 15" 800 x 600 screen.
Think about what you're saying before you post it.
you know perfectly well what he meant.
That screen isn't small at all...