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I built this machine mainly for gaming and photoshopping, hence why I went for 16gb of RAM. I have no intentions of overclocking my CPU, simply because I want to keep it's life as long as possible. I do, however, overclock my GPU and keep the Rosewill fan on the side panel right in front of it for extra cooling. The PSU's blue LED gives the graphics card a nice glow, but I don't turn it on unless the side panel is off. I'm currently in a predicament, though. As you can see in the last pic there is an option called 2.2 tb infinity, which takes forever to boot and I don't need it for my 120gb ssd. It was enabled initially, but when I disabled it and set the boot sequence boot the ssd only, it gives me an error, so now whenever I start it up I have to wait for 2.2tb infinity to finish then manually select the ssd to boot windows. The BIOS is up to date so I'm lost. Any suggestions? Otherwise everything's peachy. Apologies for the bad camera quality.

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  • 72 months ago
  • 2 points

Yup PSU is well known to blow up and take your whole new rig with you.

  • 72 months ago
  • 1 point

I agree with everyone else. This is a nice computer, BUT that power supply has the capacity to take everything out with it. I would swap it for something else as soon as possible.

  • 56 months ago
  • 1 point

everybody talks about the psu, with time passed out, maybe u have already finded a solution... for both details - your psu AND that MOBO problem.. -well, i think that should might be a rev. uefi problem... some others users said doesnt have that problem. so may be that option was very bad luck. tell us mister angel, how well goes your pc this last yeaar? :D

  • 56 months ago
  • 2 points

Its been going well, I made a few upgrades that helped a lot with the issues that I was having, plus aesthetics too. Now she's much prettier and everything works as smoothly as possible. I changed the psu to a corsair cx500m, the motherboard to a more recent (but certainly not modern by any means) gigabyte one, and switched cases to a bitfenix colossus micro atx. I plan on posting an update on this site soon to showcase the changes I've made and how I've improved performance by watercooling my cpu with a corsair H60 and overclocking to 4.0 ghz.

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

thats awesome.. sadly, who really want s a microatx mobo for am3+ have no other good choice... would be awesome to see new pics of your upgrade ..praps dude!

  • 72 months ago
  • 0 points

I would change that PSU ASAP.

  • 72 months ago
  • 0 points

Ditch that PSU and get at least a Corsair CX600...

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