Gaming mostly and all the other typical daily PC routines (net surfing, shopping, etc.)
I know you have some more photos for us to see
I'll try to put a few more photos up.
Lemme ask an honest question? Have you ever found one of those little bombs on fallout 4? There fun to launch.
The mini-nuke? I have one but haven't used it yet. I've seen YouTube videos of it being used. BadA$$ :)
How do you like the monitor I've seen mixed reviews I bought mine already for my build but haven't been able to test it out. Just was wondering if you had an opinion on it. Appreciate it.
I really like the monitor, however I have not figured out how to run it at 144 mhz yet (but that's not a big deal for me). You'll get the best results if you calibrate it according to the instructions (and review) here: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/aoc-g2460pqu-144-hz-gaming-monitor,3827-3.html
It should run 144 hz automatically. I know the asus g sync monitor you can change the hertz but to my knowledge you can't with the aoc.
You are correct. I looked closer at the monitor settings, it's operating at 143 Hz vertical and 157 Hz horizontal according to the info shown in the OSD.
Also I looked up that page you referred me to that page is for the AOC g2460pgu which is the freesync monitor not the g2460pg that one is the one you have and is a gsync monitor.
Where did ya get that mini nuke from? It's kinda cool
The Mini nuke contains a set of all the Fallout games called Fallout Anthology. Fallout 1 and 2 are pretty bad graphics wise since they are older games and 'turn based' instead of FPS. go here for more info: http://smile.amazon.com/Fallout-Anthology-PC/dp/B012E58DFC/ref=sr_1_9?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1457017277&sr=1-9&keywords=fallout+4
I wasn't considering a CPU or MB with on board graphics capabilities since I had not planned to use those features. I traded that off for several more USB ports. I needed at least 7 for peripheral equipment connections.