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Well my previous load of this somehow got deleted.

My Girlfriend (Now Fiancee) was tired of hearing me talk about this build as I put it together, also she is a gamer and wants me to build her a system and can't wait till I build hers.

added some case fans since my last posting of this and updated my prices for combos and coupons.

Mostly use this for gaming, I do some very light video burning and editing.

Only a 1080p monitor so can't really tax this system with any current games I play.

Trying to dial in on the overclocking feel like I can get some more juice out this system with out really causing and long term issues or durability issues. The ASUS UEFI is a bit overwhelming to me to be honest so many options and variables.

Plan to upgrade the GPU later on, the GPU, SSD, HDD and peripherals were from my old pc. Which ashamedly was an Alienware which I purchased in 2008. Used to build and sell computers from 1992 - 2000. This system was a blast to build and this is my first real foray into overclocking absolutely love it. Admittedly a little scary at first.

Well all feedback and questions are welcome, only have a few pictures at the moment, not happy with the cabling plan to add custom sleeved cables and redo the management when I do. Will replace or add pictures when that happens.

World of Warcraft: Max settings on everything. 97fps Battlefield 4: Max settings on everything. 72fps Call of Duty Ghost Recon: Max Settings on everything. 82fps

Comments

  • 69 months ago
  • 1 point

Great looking build, but why so overkill on the psu?

  • 69 months ago
  • 1 point

I plan to run 3 GPU's later on and possibly do a custom loop as well.

  • 69 months ago
  • 1 point

thought so

  • 58 months ago
  • 1 point

why does this case needs case fans? isn't it has good airflow?

  • 58 months ago
  • 1 point

The case has very good airflow, however my GPU's generate a lot of heat so anything extra to pull in some cool air and push out any extra hot air I am all for. Also with more fans I can run them at lower RPM's to keep them silent.