Too much PSU. Other than that, it's an all right build. I imagine that 3930K and 32GB RAM is actually being used.
honestly, i understand why this guy didnt give a description, no one reads it and understands half of what is put there. and the part choices make it look like something this powerful was needed. if someone buy 3.5TB of storage and runs the x79 platform, they probably need it for a good reason...
i read them
Clean up the cables and then you're done! :)
No description, only pics of internals. Reasons to downvote
Yeah I really don't understand why this is -3... I like it, very future proofed, lots of ram for the nex 5 - 10 years, lots of power for additional gpu's and such. I like all the SSD storage too, I bet you can fit lots on those, cables aren't bad. Good job
The only thing in this build that I disagree with is the 670's. You could have got 2 7970's or 280x's for around the same price, and would have gotten a noticeable performance boost. However, everything else seems in place.
Too much CPU power. Like everything else though.
Hey man dont listen to them. Be proud of your work. Btw what are your actual temps
Why so many down votes, why are people so ******* retarded.
Overkill on the storage. No one needs 3TB. Also, getting Samsung Evo 840 series would be cheaper than the Intel SSDs. You could have went with a less wattage PSU. 32 GBs on RAM is wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy overkill. I don't know why you got 2 670s too.
I have 3 tb filled up...nothing can be overkill on storage hahah
LOL, what kind of stuff do you have on it? All I need is 500GB xD
Just because you two JPEGs and an Eminem song doesn't mean everyone else has to live with the same amount of storage you have.
I'm not saying that everyone should have 500GB of storage, it's just my opinion. I'm just kind of amazed that someone could use up 3TB.
I've got 4Tb filled right now. Excluding external drives. I have video files, huge raw photo files, and work stuff.
Movies, Music, and Programs; That pretty much does it....Its part of my FTP server. You never know when i need to see mighty ducks on my phone over seas hahah.
It depends what people are into. Music and video files can take up tons of storage. I have a friend from school who had 3 4TB drives fill up with music/movies/etc
Looks like spaghetti dinner without a description -1. Nice build last year terrible build this year. Need a Description!!!!!
This is not a "terrible build" by any means. OP probably could have spent his money better but without a description you're a bit quick to make a judgement
I didn't say its a bad build I said its bad if he bought all this stuff this year since all that stuff is older. Plus the cable management could use some work.
Without a description we have no idea when this was built.
The 700 series for NVIDIA didn't come out til may of this year (I believe) so he might have bought them before then. Even so the 670s aren't bad cards at all.
And maybe he got them cheap after the 700 series came out. We have no idea.
Thats the point. Ill change my rating if he had a description. Could have been free for all we know. For now why buy a 670 today (Since thats all we know) If the 280x is better and cheaper or a 770 or why even sli and just go 780????. Plus whats with 32 gigs or ram? Is this gaming is this programming is this what? Its stupid cause we are just guessing.
and you are guessing...no description. If the op was buying this stuff the other day it doesn't make seance plus why no ivy e? This build needs a description.
You're right I'm guessing but I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt until a description says otherwise. The fact that you said this is a terrible build just isn't correct. Yes he possibly could've gone with some different choices an allocated money differently but the parts he has are powerful and will perform well nonetheless.
How can you say that this is a bad build if he bought it all this year?
Did you take a look at the cable management? In a case that HAS cable management options; good ones too; complete lack of respect - seems chucked together with out much care,
Overpriced GPU's & HDD, Overkill PSU
800W would suffice.