Always wanted to build a computer but just never had the capital to do so. Finally was able to make my dream a reality.
That partlist came together in a way I wasn't expecting
Nice RGB layout on that keyboard +1
sexy build and do you game with this ? and whats your thoughts on msi mointors?
Pretty frequently yes. Performance is fantastic, I have no complaints as it runs all the current gen games at high FPS. Haven't tried RDR2 yet though as I heard the optimization is really bad. The MSI monitors are great. I have them hooked up with DVI to take advantage of the 144 Hz when possible.
I actually kind of hate having 2 curved right next to each other because I can never seem to line everything up perfectly, almost makes me wish I went with an Ultra Wide or 2 standard monitors. But, in the grand scheme of things I try not to let it bother me too much. I might get some monitor arms to try and mediate this issue in the future.
Hey Pagsman! This build looks super sleek, and I bet performance is insane.
Would you mind if we featured it on HighGroundGaming.com? You'd get full credit, of course, and we'd include links to your social media accounts.
Let me know :)
How's the Logitech G815?
I very much enjoy the tactile feedback. But it is definitely something to get used to coming from typing on laptop keyboards my entire life. I got the Clicky version and it does have a bit of noise to it but that is what I was going for. The 915, the wireless version of the 815, was the first keyboard that I had played with on my keyboard hunt and even after playing with maybe about a dozen more I found myself going back to the 815/915 Clicky.
How are the 2060 Super temps and noise?
Noise isn't bad. I usually have headphones on or the sound of what I'm playing/doing drown it out so it doesn't bother me. Temps max out around 55c-60c playing Modern Warfare on max graphics. Never had any overheating issues.