I use this machine for gaming and movies.
So far no issues.
It destroys call of duty advance warfare on ultra settings (no overclock)
Does it annihilate mere console matter on contact, like how antimatter annihilates regular matter on contact?
Anti-Matter destroys itself when it comes into contact with matter.
Not a bad build! About all I'd question is the Kingston SSD (I would have gone Samsung if you had the money, Sandisk if on a budget) and maybe the case. Other than that, nice rig! It beats out my own rig by just a hair. (Intel i5-4430, XFX HD 7870)
Kingston SSD are very reliable and offer a good price point.
Also i have had really good luck with the Corsair Force LS series, got it for $56 at newegg and it is running strong.
Yeah, I don't have any personal experience with them, so I can't bad-mouth them much :P Almost any SSD is going to be more reliable than a mechanical drive, anyways.
Not bad for performance! Any way you could figure what series the PSU is? I'm just curious. Also if you could fit in a CPU cooler that would help your temps out a bit over the stock cooler. How much did you pay for the build anyways?
I would actually call this anti-cable managment but ok. Seriosuly, do something with those cables.
There isnt any cable holes in that case whatsoever. so its cleaner than i thought it would be
That is why I don't expect it to be perfect, I expect it to be atleast tied down in one big bundle.
lol at the ssd just thrown on the bottom.
Hey, it works right?
does look like a Sapphire R9 270x....
get a new psu
Rosewill is a reputable PSU brand. He doesn't have to worry about it.
rosewell Psu are pretty good for a lower wattage anything above 750 i wouldn't recommend
well if you are serious your computer will A. kill you B. waste your money C.burn your house down D. all of they above (the answer is D)
this is what should be done http://pcpartpicker.com/p/tD23Bm
yeah pretty decent for the price but he said he wanted a good price and it having APU will surfice to his needs i think but i may be wrong