Description

It's my first time to build. My old PC was toooooooo slow, so I built new one for video editing. I always play video games while encoding videos, so PC must be so-so good.

I wanna install PCIE SSD for this about few years later, 'cause it's so expensive for me now.

CPU OC : No

CPU temperature; When encoding almost 8GB video only by CPU; 53 degrees Celsius. Idle; 33 degrees Celsius. cinebench: 40 degrees Celsius.

CPU grease: Nano Diamond grease

(Using high-end CPU grease, you can keep CPU so-so cool.)

I accelerate SSD by using main memory as cache. almost 1 to 2GB/s at crystaldiskmark, not gb/s.

Concept: Reasonably priced so-so good PC, that doesn't get old easily, and tough.

USB-Bios Flashback: This mobo doesn't recognize broadwell-e CPU without BIOS updating, so I had to do USB-Bios-Flashback. USB-Bios-Flashback was so difficult.

Formatting my USB device as MSDOS-bootable-FAT32, I finally succeeded. If you are not going well about USB-Bios-Flashback, watch mobo's backplate!

Only one USB port for USB-Bios-Flashback, may NOT be naerby of USB-Bios Flashback button. USB device should include just only CORRECTLY RENAMED BIOS FILE.

While USB-Bios Flashback button is flashing, DO NOT DO ANYTHING. If the button stop flashing and turn off, then, USB-Bios Flashback is successfully completed. The pic show that the exact port of USB-Bios Flashback.

P.S. Thanks for comments! Sorry for less information at the first time. I am so excited now that I finally completed my build. This build may seem to be crazy, but I also planning to upgrade my old PC few years later. It means that I need much much more YENs. For this reason, some parts could not be high-end one.

Comments

  • 42 months ago
  • 6 points

Im sure i'm not the only one confused by this build lol. But a hyper 212 on a processor like that

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  • 42 months ago
  • 3 points

what do you plan on doing with this pc?? also your build is just barly 600w but you go with a 1200w power supply??

  • 42 months ago
  • 3 points

I dont really see the point in getting two 970 s instead of one 1070 + why did you go with such a high capacity ssd? What do you use your pc for? Write a bit more about your pc in the description :D

  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

More pictures

  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

Ok, several things, I'm no pro but I think I know what I will be talking about, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong:

  • More pics, we all want pics. MOAR GIVE US MOAR!!
  • You went full low end on CPU cooling while using a high end CPU, while the 212 EVO is well regarded I suspect it wont cut it for your CPU, especially if you OC.
  • 32 GB ram seems a bit much, at 2666? It's like you went full bore and lost steam halfway. Mhz has a small dif though, but if you go all in, go all in 3200Mhz and brag if you must.
  • You didn't explain much of the use for the build, is it for gaming? editing? multitasking? king of all trades?
  • If it's for gaming solely then you went too far on RAM and CPU.
  • That 960Gb SSD makes me cringe a bit, it feels OP capacity wise. I'd personally go M.2 EVO for boot if given the choice, and I don't think I'm alone.
  • 2x 970's? why not one 1070 instead? at less price if you get lucky with stocks, or maybe swap the CPU for a lower one and get a 1080 with the dif?
  • 1200W PSU? a 750W should be fine I think, and no need for platinum certification, I have read that the savings do not outweigh the entry cost at the expected life the PSU has.
  • Haven't seen many Blu-Ray RW's around, I guess it depends on your needs, most people already have their Blu-Ray needs covered elsewhere.
  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

this build seriously looks like someone just found the most expensive **** and threw it together without any meaning behind it.

A great computer does not equal a lot of money. do some research.

  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

+1 One of the stranger builds I have seen

  • 42 months ago
  • 2 points

what the heck

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

980ti > 970 SLI

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm confused by so many aspects of this build.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

That's a real nice I/O shield you got there, boy, dun tell you whut.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for comments.

I did not think that guys here get upset by my PC. It's not yours, take it easy. I will take more pics later.

I just wanted to build PC can edit videos and play games at the same time. My old PC is tooooooo slow like SNAILS, so I decided to build new one.

When I bought GPU, NO 1070 or 1080 there. DAMN it.

Consept : Reasonably priced so-so good PC, that doesn't get old easily, and tough.

I'm planning to change main Storage for PCIE SSD, but I have no YENs now. GIVE ME a CHOCOLATE!

You know, using main memory as cache, SSD can be easily accelerated. 1 to 2 GB/s almostly, not gb/s.

For now, I go on this system, however, when PCIE SSD get much cheaper, I will change GPU and SSD for much more better one than now. When PCIE SSD get cheaper, I will install high-end GPU and it will need more watts, so 1200w power supply will be good. Some guys seems to got fire with M.2 SSD, so I think I have to wait for a while. Also, I'm planning to use much more HDDs and more accesories now, under 600w power supply will not be enough.

  • 42 months ago
  • 1 point

Many guys told me that only 1 pic no enough, so, I took 2 more pics.

Left : SABERTOOTH X99's USB-Bios-Flashback port.

Center : My Crystal Disk Mark score after fragmentation.

Right : Inside of PC.

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

I think you should sell the two 970's and get a 1070 much more performance for the value

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for comment. I will use these 970s for upgrading my old pc when I get new GPUs, because nobody purchase such USED 970s.

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