use it for gaming, audio recording, editing and rendering.
obviously will be getting some more displays aha, seriously this build is awesome, get it.
Love the build. I Plan on doing my 1st PC build with the same case & SSD. How are the case fans? I been thinking on getting different case fans. I know they are probably good enough since i am not overclocking or using water cooling. I just want your view on how the fans are working for you if you don't mind that is.
I have the same case. The front led ones are great, they look nice and move a decent amount of air. I dislike the top mounted 200mm top fan, too loud and doesnt move much air like other 200mm fans. The rear 140mm is quiet but moves almost no air. i would replace it. If you have any other questions feel free to ask.
Mother of Pearl this is a sick build! So you'll be uploading to youtube then? What's the channel? :D
This is the exact same CPU, MOBO, SSD, GPU, and PSU I have in my planned build right now. Let's seems some inside pics and some benchmarks!
That case looks alive in the first pic o.o
I honestly wish I had time to do benchmarks, I will say this though.
In terms of Battlefield 4, Utra, single monitor, over 60 fps 99% of the time
Triple monitors? over 60fps 80% on standard medium settings
Oh, and it's really fast,
I'm also getting a xonar stx soundcard to put in it.
honestly it's a great build, even better now with all the deals you get from buying Nvidia cards.
Nice build! personally the only thing I would have changed is the memory to 2 8GB sticks
you should flip your psu fan down. DOes your case have bottom filter. I have the same psu :)
no he is on a carpet. The filter isn't good enough to fight off carpet dust.
Love this build but the ssd should be bigger and also more ram memory.
Well he has a mechanical HDD, which leads me to think that the SSD is for OS and core programs, IE Steam, Photoshop (whatever he/she does). Also, unless he's doing some hardcore editing, there's not much of a need for more than 8 GB ram.
What I meant on the ssd was that for the money he paid for the 120gb he could have gotten a 240gb that would work just fine. That's not really true about Ram. The new programs such as word, excel, mail etc are now and in the future using more and more temporary files. If you have a few programs open at the same time you could cause hesitation. While it is easy enough to upgrade later, I wouldn't ever install any thing but 8gb sticks to avoid wasting the old Ram. When I build or buy I'm using 16gb as a base minimum for Ram memory.