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Dankline Miameme

by Yaqinhasan



Date Published

Aug. 18, 2017

Date Built

Aug. 5, 2017

CPU Clock Rate

4.8 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

25.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

55.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

2.05 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

11.61 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

30.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

50.0° C


I wanted a new PC that would handle games for a few years to come, have tons of expansion, perform amazingly and look good.

Yes, it's a repost because I was lazy to change so many things. Yes, the picture quality is crap but I never said I was a great photographer.

CineBench: 1,437

GeekBench: 24,626 (5,551)

Time Spy: 9,915 (10,606)

FireStrike: 22,309 (30,191)

Part Reviews


Powerful yet affordable X299 CPU. I managed to overclock mine to 4.9Ghz at 1.3v but that was a tad hot so I settled at 4.8Ghz at 1.24v.

CPU Cooler

Sexy cooler with good performance. The 2 extra fan connection spots are great to connect case fans since you can control those from windows.


Great build quality, legendary UEFI layout and plenty of features. Only con was the single USB 2.0 connector which means you have to choose betweeen an AIO and front panel connectors.


Only managed 2800Mhz on mine which was okay, but that's Asus's fault and not G.Skill's. The RGB looks great compared to something like the corsair vengeance RGB.


Reliable and fast. Most popular gaming SATA SSD. What can I say?


Affordable and fast. Don't need any cables and gets tucked neatly into your motherboard. Great for an OS drive.

Video Card

Top end Nvidia card for 2017 and should hold up for a while.


Great looking case with the tempered glass panel. The PSU shroud and cable management bar is trademarked and give this case an iconic sexy look. The cable management bar keeps the 24pin cable tucked in well and the plastic cable holds are okay but velcro would have been nice. Space under the PSU shroud is cramped if you have a longer PSU. Fitting a top exhaust fan becomes tough if you have multiple CPU connectors. Excellent cooling potential with 280mm radiator support.

Case Fan

Noctua's great design and the ability to crank up to 3000RPM when needed make these the most powerful fans I could find with the ability to become silent if needed.


Clicky, Clicky. Clicky. Great looks, okay software but the quality is hit or miss with razer as always.


Popular design used by a lot of gamers without many buttons or gimmicks. The scroll wheel on mine turns off after a while if I use it intensively but replugging it seems to fix it.


Fits like a cloud. Great mic and audio quality. Passive noise cancelling tunes out my fans even when I crank them to max (Includes the hairdryer that Asus calls the Strix cooler). It's only 100$ so..

Comments Sorted by:

Zelda_ 1 Build 1 point 20 months ago

Strix cooler? Hairdryer? I've never heard that card even whisper to me...albeit I have the 1070 variant but still...same cooler.

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

During gaming it's the loudest part in my PC and the tiny fans are quite loud when spinning quickly. I call it a hairdryer because I usally run all my fans at 100% right after gaming to cool things down a bit (dunno why, I feel like it) and when I do that, it sounds like a hair dryer compared to something like my RX 580 with MSI's Twin Frozr cooler.

Zerizum 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Are those noctua fans loud under load? been wanting a pair of pwm fans but i want them to be dead silent

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Well most PWM controllers can get them to 20-25% which would be 600-750RPM. You can also use noctua's voltage reducers or their 2000rpm version to be quiet but if you're going to use the voltage reducers on the 2000rpm version just get the normal NF-F12.

edurieux 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Nice looking build !

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Thanks you :3

eli_harper13 6 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Your memory might would perform a little better if it is installed in the correct slots. Should be installed in A1 and C1.


Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Yeah, I figured that out when the power supply died and I had to rebuild the whole system. However, I seriously doubt the RAM clock is affected by the placement

CheekyPotato 1 point 20 months ago

How do you fell about coffee lake coming out soon?

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Waiting for Kaby Lake E then

starrman 1 Build 1 point 17 months ago

why not 144hz with 1440p? or 240hz with 1080? btw the death adder elite is my favorite mouse, how do you like it?

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 17 months ago

Probably would consider it but yeah not yet. Deathadder elite is awesome I just have an issue with the scroll wheel light dying for no reason randomly

GabeTheGamer55 1 point 16 months ago

where is that light from the bottom coming from?

Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 16 months ago

Bottom of the desk would be an IKEA LED strip but in the PC would be a cablemode LED strip

wazagaduu 1 point 13 months ago

i love that rgb sync

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Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 1 point 20 months ago

Or maybe the user wants to play competitive games and not switch the resolution? However will invest in a 240Hz 1080P monitor

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Yaqinhasan submitter 2 Builds 2 points 20 months ago

my computer, my choice, plus I already use in home streaming to stream games to my computer in the living room if want a more relaxed gaming experience.

adventureguy 2 Builds 2 points 19 months ago

Dang you seem pretty stubborn. Just saying.

starrman 1 Build 3 points 17 months ago

his computer, not urs...

starrman 1 Build 2 points 17 months ago

I agree, ur choice

Gooberdad 10 Builds 2 points 17 months ago

Right on. Good job.

LatiosGaming 2 Builds 1 point 17 months ago

It is noticeable. Linus Tech Tips played at 144 and 165 Hz and could tell the difference between that and 240 Hz.