Unless this build is way old, you over payed for the motherboard and graphics card. Also did you really buy a stock Intel cooler? And whats with the weird storage set up?
I was curious so I looked up the Intel cooler listed. The photos just show the stock cooler, but the one listed is much different than that.
OP, did you end up not using this part?
why buy $220 in hard drives when you could have put the money into a better ssd or case? Also, you WAY overpayed on that motherboard! Should have costed $200.
This is painful to look at...
What, why is this an ATX build?
don't understand this build....why did you put a different fan in the parts list? whats up with all the storage? is it really necessary for your needs?
Your cabling could be cleaned up, and your RAM is placed incorrectly, but other than that, it looks fine to me. I don't know why everyone else is so confused.
Also, you may want to remove that CPU cooler from the part list.
The only monster here is the laziness for no description and limited pics -1
Mobo, storage, and Ram was overpriced. -1.
If you want to overclock you should not use the boxed cooler ^
Well, I took your advice and didn't use the boxed cooler. Now my computer is dead because I had nothing to cool my CPU while running a program that would have detailed how the world can achieve global peace. Now...we're all dead meat as soon an the crazy korean dictator fires a few nukes... Great advice Dutchy!
But seriously, for 70% of the builds I've seen the stock boxed intel cooler would have sufficed - but instead the person went with what was popular when they really didn't need to.
DyingFlutchman has no clue what he's talking about. Intel stock coolers are "okay" but if you want to overclock go for something better. Even then though, part of the blame goes to you for just listening to this guy without doing any research on your own.
you do know mediciu5 was being sarcastic right? xD
Oh... I'm a moron -_- lol anyways, I feel soooo stupid right now. Sorry for that :p
haha no worries bro