Description

I use this bad girl for playing media, some games, and office work. No need to overclock yet. I'm planning on getting two more monitors, probably not VG248QEs. I have an OLD 17" monitor I rarely use for dual monitors. In the near future I plan on the Corsair K95 mechanical keyboard and another GTX 760 for SLI.

I had a previous keyboard and mouse. I also had an old 80GB hard drive which was SATA. I needed an IDE to SATA adapter which I picked up at FRYs for an old optical drive. It works well as long as it is plugged in all the way :P

I'm glad I decided on Windows 8.1 over Windows 7. Fast boot times and waking from sleep. With a few tweaks it behaves just like Win7.

This rig is also connected to my Vizio 2014 E-Series 48", hence the HDMI cable in the picture. It looks good but I wish there was a good hardware/software solution to switch outputs without having the TV and monitor both on while I select which monitor to output to.

More photos to come.

Comments

  • 68 months ago
  • 1 point

I think the SLI config for 760 is a good idea, awesome performance and a lot cheaper... Upload more photos and you have my +1

  • 68 months ago
  • 1 point

You should have just gotten a GTX 780 to begin with. 2GB GTX 760 SLI might beat a single GTX 780 by a fair bit while costing the same, but when you go with the more expensive 4GB 760 cards then it's a waste. Plus since your using an open air cooler (instead of blowers) I would rather be exhausting 250w into my case (single 780) rather than 340w (760 SLI).

  • 68 months ago
  • 1 point

Originally I planned on the GTX 660Ti but I don't see them in stores anymore so the 760 seemed comparable.

I don't play many games but I plan on running iRacing with 3 monitors in the near future. I heard having more graphics memory helps when running triple monitors.