Description

We did something new in this build to fit our customers desire for a salmon and royal purple themed build for this streaming and gaming PC. We've used a beautiful epoxy technique to create the patterns you see on the cable bar and the rear panel. Let us know what you think! This build features: MSI Gaming Edge X570 Ryzen 7 3700x 8-core 16-Thread Processor MSI Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Super 32GB DDR4-3200 from Gkill Gold rated PSU and custom cables Windows 10 Pro and our 3 Year unbeatable warranty

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Comments

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Wow that is beautiful and very unique! I like what you did with the 6-pin crossing through the 8-pin. I may have to try that! +1

  • 2 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks, I try to braid whatever I can if I have the length for it, makes for a decent support for the GPU in some cases so you don't have a saggy card.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I like the color scheme. Though I'm not a fan of that paint job. Maybe it doesn't come thru on the pictures. At first it appeared to me like you lined the cable bar with some gaudy velvet. I would sand that bar down and paint it the same color as the cables. The paint job on the back panel looks fine though.

I'm wondering why you choose to pay $450 for a 2TB ssd instead of going with a traditional SSD, HDD combo. For what you paid you could have gotten a fast boot drive and a crap ton more SHDD storage.Just curious what is your particular use case?

  • 22 days ago
  • 1 point

the cable bar is actually the best looking part IMO, but the photos don't do it justice. There is a LOT of reflection that comes off of the mica powders, they shine from a lot of different directions and have this wavy effect in the way they are distributed. I'm a piss poor photographer though :(

I think we got that drive for $359, typically we don't put HDDs in our builds at all considering the price points that we can get SSDs at now. In certain use cases we'd use a RAID array of HDDs, but those we typically save for our workstations - (Photo/video editing, microservers, etc.)

In this case, the user is just going to be downloading and playing games. Lots of games. He's also technically challenged, so I wanted one large storage space with something reliable and fast so that he doesn't have to be concerned with transferring data or deleting games he may play again.