That's a nice balanced build you have there!
EDIT: Powerline adapters work well, get one
I have been impressed with the powerline adapter that I used to use. If wifi is too far then powerline adapter is the best option, other than running a 30m cable.
just go powerline loving it
Yes, powerline is awesome.
Very similar to my build, AMD 8 Core + GTX760 = Good Combo! +1
How is the graphics card? fps, temp and noise level?
its awesome good fps and really quite
Congrats on your first build!!
I like this build but my concern is the monitor. I like to have DVI and HDMI which yours has the HDMI and D-SUB. For the same price you could have gotten the ASUS VS248H-P. Not a deal breaker by any means but I prefer DVI first then HDMI and D-Sub is certainly last.
Do you have some more pictures on how the cable management turned out? I know I would love to see more of that.
Once again, CONGRATS !!
yeah the monitor wasnt the best choice i was on sale for 50 dollars at best buy on the 4th, so i thought it was good enough, and the cables arent that organized in the back ill get some pics
Get a nice cooler and overclock that 8350 beast! Nice build.
Try to put that 8-pin mobo cable through the back panel and around the top, but don't fret over it if you can't. You still have a very good build on your hands even with one cable out place. +1
Great build, but you could have done better with prices and products. You could have gotten RAM for around 50, and a corsair psu for around 40$ (wait until it goes on sale) for the same wattage
Nice, balanced and well managed.
How does the Dust Removal Technology work on that graphics card ? I heard they are loud at boot up, is this true ?
nice looking build similar to one im doing soon how is the stock cpu cooler for noise and temps few reviews says its quite noisy
Nice build. The 8350 and 760 work well together, don't they.
I would have gone with an 8320 instead of 8350, but oh well.
That theory of "overclock the 8320 to 8350 speeds" only makes sense when you don't plan on overclocking the 8350. Because at that point the 8350 will be able to reach higher overclocks, while the 8320 has already gone through some of it's potential by reaching the 8350's frequency.
Sometimes you can reach 8350 overclocks with an 8320, and even at stock speeds, I don't think the extra for an 8350 justifies the performance.
True, but it strains the 8320 more to do so. It's really down to personal preference on the subject of "is the money justified." :)
nice dude! What games u play? if u play bf3 add me on origin! My account is MarineOps2
Why not a 7870 xt or 7950?