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My gaming pc

by brubru1998



Date Published

May 21, 2016

Date Built

Dec. 29, 2014

CPU Clock Rate

4.2 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

40.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

27.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.14 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

7.01 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

60.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

39.0° C


This is my gaming pc :P

Part Reviews


The BEST processor for price.

CPU Cooler

This is a great AIO water cooling only 89$ CAD

Thermal Compound

I love this thermal compound


Great motherboard for the price. I pay 120$ CAD on Ncix in december 2014


It's a great ssd, but samsung is better

Video Card

Great gtx 970, the gigabyte extreme is better but is more expensive


The worst case ever for cable management !

Power Supply

Great PSU for the price but no modular :'(

Optical Drive

Poor DVD, he is making noise

Case Fan

Best fan for the price. Noctua is better but its very expensive.

Fan Controller

Great fan controller but isn't easy to install


Best monitor for the price


It makes a lot of noise, Corsair is better for keyboard.


Best headphones for the price, poor microphone... but the sound is very great

Comments Sorted by:

Eltech 20 Builds 3 points 33 months ago

The worst case ever for cable management !

Is this why there is no internal photos? I was able to cable manage my SPEC-02... so I have a very opposite opinion with yours but we may had different experiences since I heard EVGA's ATX 8-pin cable may not fit behind the CPU hole with the Corsair SPEC-02. I could be wrong since I never had to work with an EVGA PSU with this case. I am sorry to hear you had problems with the Corsair SPEC-02. Do you need to buy an extender for the ATX cable which maybe could help some or what was the issue?
brubru1998 submitter 5 Builds 2 points 33 months ago


PS: now i have a gtx 970

Eltech 20 Builds 1 point 33 months ago
Hey, thanks for showing an internal photo here. Plus one for your build and yourself!
Maybe if you could just tuck the bulky wires underneath the hard drive cages or optical bay (if there is any room left). If the ATX 8-pin will not fit through behind the CPU hole than maybe try to tuck it underneath the MOBO plus use some zip-ties and velcro straps can help with the bulky wires. You should be able to tuck the smaller wires behind the case and through the holes as I did with mine at least. Meaning the Front Panel, USBs, HD Audio and Case Fans.
It does not have to be perfect but if you can re-organize the wires someday it should help you out in the long the run when you need to clean the computer and upgrade. No rush to try at it again since we all had those moments to take a step back, take a long break to breath and re-think clearly.
Awesome, you made a good choice with the GTX 970! I love mine so far and been happy with it. I bet you had a great deal! :)
NeonThought 4 Builds 2 points 33 months ago

I love that CPU. Mine does a lot of work for me. As for the disk drive, if the noise is from vibration, a couple of rubber grommets might put a stop to that.

XxAwe3200BeastxX 2 points 25 months ago

I realize I'm a bit late, but just wanted to point out the keyboard is loud because it's a mechanical keyboard instead of a membrane. Mechanicals make more sound but have a better feel, membranes are cheaper and quieter.

Blue51 1 point 25 months ago

Dude it's a mechanical there naturally clicky. Maybe you should have done some more research before buying it.