Wow this build is getting old :(
i would suggest orienting your psu so it uses the lower intake and moving your graphics card to the top slot. I would also consider adding a hard drive for more storage since you only have 240GB. Other than that looks like a sweet build.
I think ill do that! Thanks!
No problem I also think you could improve cable management. The main "issue" I see is the cpu power connector. With the cpu power try running it behind the mobo tray and having it come out of the hole in the top left of the case.
Just looking at your RAM placement, check your MOBOs handbook for optimum placement. I think that one prefers a space between the two installs. I.e, the A1 and the B1 or the A2 and the B2. Basically I don't think it's efficient to place them next to each other.
move the ram stick closest to your cpu over one slot to the left so you get the best dual channel performance, not a bad build tho
Sure! Ill try that! (I'm trusting you because you your really good builds :D)
Why not a single widescreen monitor? It would be better for gaming. Still a nice build, I would personally go for an i5 and a gtx 760, then in the future you can SLI and not worry about the cpu.
I'm waiting for 4K to become a decent price :/
I have the same processor and monitor... anyways nice build.
I would suggest using an ethernet because it's faster than Wifi. Just try to convince your dad. :)
I have Ethernet now!
Im posting some pictures of the new Ethernet setup!
nice i did my first build at 12
Wow. Ill read in to that. Thanks for the Tip!
You don't need to change the motherboard. It has a 8 pin cpu power connector, and it specifically says, "Supports AM3+ Processor, 8-Core CPU"
That guy doesn't know what he's talking about.
Wow. Ok, I dont know much about that stuff, thanks!
Agreed.... Defiantly needs to replace that motherboard if not replaced you may be down a little money from damaged parts...
He is fine - the motherboard does not need to be replaced. Please do not spread rumor.