Description

I have been wanting to build a PC for awhile, it's just something that I've wanted to do. So I asked my buddy to help me pick out parts and now here I am practically 2400 dollars poorer and I've built my first computer. The build went off without a hitch. Took me a couple of hours and one very stressful moment, but she runs and she's a tank. I use this Computer for programming (currently studying Computer Science) and Gaming. I wanted to build an Intel PC and I wanted the DDR4 RAM, I also wanted a high clock rate on my CPU since I didn't want to try my luck with overclocking (especially since I'm only air cooling). The Case was something that I wanted from the get go, I like the size of the case and the airflow coming from the front panel is awesome (10/10 would recommend to a new builder) The mobo always has a red LED breathing effect; even when the computer is off, if the power supply is on, the red LEDs are on. But I don't mind this that much since the red really contrasts off the blue of the case fans giving it a cool effect. The 1070 is awesome, runs 1440p like a tank Wanted the freedom of moving my PC so I got a wireless adapter and since the wifi in my house is spotty I picked this one since it's supposed to help with that. Got the monitor cuz it was pretty cheap and 1440p with a 1ms response time, plus the red accents on it. Yeah so ummm that's all really about my build. I want to try to Custom Watercool it, but that just seams too risky. Just gonna apologize for the lighting is some of my pictures, the lighting in my basement as awful.

Comments

  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

Looks good man! It's a shame those red lights are there though.

I love the clean look of the 750D.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! The 750D was a really nice case to work with, there was so much space it was awesome . Made cable management really easy

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm glad you had a good experience! I made the mistake of doing my first with the 450D. Man, what a pain in the @$$ to build in xD lol.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

Move the cooler fan to the other side.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

Couldn't, doesn't have enough clearance with the RAM