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My first ever build - STARKILLER

by Seven7Six

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Being an avid console gamer I always knew I wanted to build a gaming PC, but as I great older I obtained different hobbies such as photography and graphic design. So I knew I wanted to build something that would be able to handle anything and everything I threw at it. Since I've always wanted to build a computer I went a bit over-kill but I'm really glad how it came out.

CPU: Originally I was going to go with a 4790k but since I designed the whole build about wanting to be "future proof" I went with the Skylake processor. Though there were slim performance increases over the 4790k I was able to get the 6700k on a eBay flash sale for $300, I really couldn't pass it up.

Motherboard: This one I admit was more for aesthetics than anything. I had a hard time deciding on a motherboard because none of the boards that had all I wanted also fit with the theme I was going for. I knew I wanted a TON of IO ports since I always have external drives and cameras plugged in. I wanted something that supported m.2 (next upgrade) This board had everything that I wanted and needed, it sucks that the price is so high.

Memory: At first I wanted to make the whole build black and to resemble Batman's armor (favorite super hero) so I was looking for a matte black build with tons of angled/dimensional components. I loved the way that these look like Batman's wrist blades when they're off and the fact that they illuminate is pretty cool. All of that is what first attracted me to these, then I saw the benchmarks and was thoroughly impressed. I knew instantly that these needed to be a part of this build.

*My only complaint with this was that since they are BIG modules it interfered with my desired placement of my CPU cooler. I am going to re-asses this placement in the future to see if I can't fabricate a way to get it on the top.

Storage: I tried to go cheaper on this side of things, the Caviar Blue is just a work horse purchased to save games and games alone. The Samsung SSD stores my OS and applications, eventually this will be the job of the M.2 drive and the Samsung SSD will become storage for photos.

Video card: I began putting this machine together right before the 1080 dropped, I planned on buying a 980ti for this build but once I read the rumors/leaks I held off. The Nvidia gtx1080 dropped and I was actually able to get my hands on one on launch day. I held on to it for awhile while I compiled other parts, and I decided to grab a Strix 1080 again better going with the design theme, it was powerful and I knew I wanted to play games without being help back on performance. I liked the implementation of 3 fans on the cooler instead of Nvidia's 1, and the Strix was cheaper so basically a no-brainer. I returned the GTX1080 founders edition and I was able to grab the Strix when it restocked on Amazon, I was so excited since they were selling out QUICK.

*Plus, the RGB is pretty cool. ;)

Case: I am a big fan of HardwareCanucks on YouTube and he raved about the non tempered glass variant of this case. Since again with this case fitting in with the design I was going for but also giving me ample room to work and expand if/when needed. All whilst being able to show off the interior I worked so hard to put together, the only negative to this case in my opinion were that both sides are tempered glass. So i spent a reaaaaaally long time on the backside cable management. I ended up just putting that side against the wall anyways. I just loved they way it tied everything together.

-Let me know what you guys think, I am up for suggestions and insight as I am still new to building my own PC.

**All tests performed with 3D mark are without overclocking the CPU or GPU and I ran a stock XMP profile for the memory.

Added updated photos after moving into my new apartment!

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XxPCbuilder2016xX 3 points 30 months ago

Hey nice build! I was wondering why you mounted the rad in the front opposed to the top? Regardless awsome build! +1

Logical_Motion 3 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

the way he has oriented the fans, I would guess to blow some cool air on the gpu perhaps....

shornpasta 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

I mounted my fans on my rad the same way. As a matter of fact, Corsair recommends them as intakes although it probably doesn't matter much.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Limitations by the case mainly, I thought it'd be best to intake air through the front and pull it through the radiator. I wanted to try and fit it on the top to get all the hot air out but unfortunately the ram caused clearance issues.

lambo117 1 point 30 months ago

In my build, I gained an enormous cooling performance increase by mounting the radiator to the front of the case with its fans intaking, rather than at the top exhausting. I suspect that this is because when the radiator intakes air, it is always exposed to fresh, cool air from outside the case, rather than the hot air produced by the GPU and other components. This keeps the liquid nice and cool (thus the CPU obviously).

Then again I am running a very hot card (980 Ti SC+) in a very hot case (H440).

Wfries211 1 point 29 months ago

Looks great! I just purchased the same case and my rig looks awesome in it! I placed my H100i up front also. Admittedly, because it just looked better. I have it in push / pull with 4 SP 120 mm fans and 1 AF fan up front, and the three stock 140 mm fans as exhaust on the top and rear. I noticed some dust accumulating within the case so I did a smoke test with incense. It was pulling air in from the rear vent holes when the front fans were at low RPMs and when the front bezel was on.

Lyrix 2 points 30 months ago

AWESOME BUILD!!! 1+!!! Nice! I lovve it!

JrJohnson65 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Love this build the only thing I would do is put a better picture for the first slide thing. This is a great build that I almost skipped past and I was glad I didn't!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you! I'll have to change it, wasn't sure what picture would show the build off the best!

JrJohnson65 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Oh and congrats on the feature!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Thank you! I'm pretty stoked that my first ever build was featured :))

Lyrix 2 points 30 months ago

Ha i was one of the first to thumb this up! This has not many likes for a featured build tho! nice build anyways!

DrWallaceBreen 2 points 30 months ago

Hey, it's featured!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

How exciting! :D

Gooberdad 10 Builds 2 points 30 months ago

Nice. I especially like it with only the cpu block and ram lit.

Thumbs up.

AW1018 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

my friend and I did a build that looks exactly like this one yesterday with a 5820K, 32GB RAM, and a 1070 Hybrid

rosswalker 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Gorgeous. +1

JacobGunther12 2 points 30 months ago

Amazing build, nice color scheme and awesome parts. I just have a question, what is your monitor? It isn't in your build parts. Btw, I would build this but I already have a build list.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

The monitor is my next investment. For photo editing I display to my 4K Samsung TV for color accuracy and clarity. And for gaming I use an older Asus, I believe it's he vh236h nothing special but gets the job done when playing FPS.

JacobGunther12 1 point 30 months ago

Nice! I would invest in the Asus PG279Q, it's expensive but for 1440p and 165 Hz, it's amazing.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

After the build and buying a A7rII (new camera) I'm kinda dry on "fun money" for a little.

I have looked into that monitor though and it's amazing. I also looked into the Dell S2716DG since it's a little cheaper and I could get it from work for around $400-450

Still undecided :)

JacobGunther12 2 points 29 months ago

I've loved that monitor for years but I haven't I owned it. I wouldn't seriously recommend an IPS panel, you will seriously appreciate the IPS panel. I was dissatisfied with the S2716DG after I saw the difference from my main PC (TN) to MacBook (IPS). It's your money though and I can't change that's so have fun choosing a monitor!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

I guess I'll have to start saving and get the Asus. My monitor is the biggest bottle neck that I have right now. 1080p is fine for gaming and still looks great! but the 60hz is killer lol.

KurtCobain 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

i ****** love that case honestly my fave of all time, but currently doesnt fit my budget, gg

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

It was definitely pricey but well worth it. The case was a pleasure to work in, it has plenty of room and options for pet layouts. It's very clean and extremely well built.

KurtCobain 1 Build 2 points 29 months ago

too bad, I wish I could fit it in my current budget, I could if I downgrade my processor but I really don't want to do that, im getting a NZXT Phantom 530 so it is also another great case for the money

LittleL0L 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Back then people made sure to have decent audio cards yet today we haveto make sure high-end PCs have decent LEDs, haha! If you even want to spice things up especially with the fans, check these fans out, very unique (LED, of course) design, super quiet and gets the job done. Been using the same except mine's in red, really love them. Thinking maybe it would go well with your build.

Congrats on being featured, amazing look and great parts you got there :)

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

The riings do look really cool, but having fanseith a higher static pressure (corsair sp blue LEDs) would let him run them at lower speeds for about the same performance but less noise. If it's for aesthetics I'd totally back the thermaltakes though. Most unique fan leds I've ever seen.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thanks a lot! And I'll look into them! I need new fans, my goal is to switch this over to being a quieter build. As is it's a little too loud. But better audio solutions is partly why I went with my motherboard.

The new Corsair mag lev LED fans really caught my eye. The price is KILLER though. ~$30 per fan.

Morris94 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Better than 96% of all builds ... SWISH!!

Awesome build dude, especially for a first build! :D

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

I was stoked when I saw those results! The hard work and planning paid off. Thank you for your kind words! :)

ImperiousBattlestar 2 points 30 months ago

Great build with an awesome name. +1 :)

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you!

DeltaForceGM01 2 points 30 months ago

finally i build i like great job

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you! :)

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

You know they make those LED ram sticks with blue right? It would fit the theme better. Anyway, a beautifully overkill first build lol

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I am honestly a little heartbroken, I bought these when they first launched and they only had white and red. I just looked at their site and YUP! now they have blue.

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

Maybe try returning them?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I'm definitely out of return policy unfortunately :( there is always time in the future to change it up!

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

:( oh well they're still really cool

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago
Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 2 points 30 months ago

FEATURED!

Killer system dude!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you!! I appreciate the love. :)

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

:) this is a sweet rig my man. Loving the components, pictures, spaghetti management, and the presentation is INSANE!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Spaghetti management was an absolute must. With all of the zip ties I used I know I'll be cursing myself when I add components. Lol

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

Haha! XD

Well the hard work and dedication paid off!

TypeXD 5 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

I'll be posting my build up soon, and I believe I got extremely frustrated with the cable management in this build... I eventually settled...

Will post a similiar build soon!

Dave_6 2 Builds 2 points 30 months ago

Love it! Think this build has swayed me to do an all black build when I redo mine. Great job!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Definitely! All black is the way to go, I will be updating the pics once I get my new camera body so stay posted! If you have any questions about it let me know.

rjnemer 2 points 30 months ago

how does that fan hub work? What did you connect to each slot? Thanks and great build!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I connected the top exhaust fans and the rear exhaust fan to the hub but unfortunately have not been able to figure out how it works.

Thank you though! :D

gorkti200 3 Builds 2 points 30 months ago

Pretty build, and powerful! Love the name too.

rtheen29 2 points 29 months ago

Nice build!!! I also like your logitech orion spark 810 keyboard. I just picked one up. How have your enjoyed it so far?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

I like it so far! The romer-g switches are different, but great for typing and for gaming! The actuation of each key feels so snappy, my only complaint is you can hear the spring when the key is depressing sometimes. It doesn't affect functionality, it just makes the keyboard sound "cheap" but the RGB lighting and build quality are anything but cheap!

  • I bought it awhile back and it came with The Division even after my employee discount :)
LonghornAlamo2040 2 points 29 months ago

OH SNAP THAT'S A DANK BUILD!

barry242 2 points 26 months ago

Is that the. Asus pg279q monitor

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 26 months ago

Yes it is!

jonbuttcheeks 12 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

Nice build. I plan on doing something very similar to this but I might do a 6800k + X99 build. I like the front mounted radiator. Everyone puts them on top which is preferred but it just hangs too low for my liking, taking some beauty away from the mobo and ram.

MiracleRemo 1 point 30 months ago

y you choose crosair hx 1000i your build requires 1000 watts ?

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

The fan turns off at low loads for dead silence.

Zonarion 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

They do that on most every evga and corsair power supply over 80 dollars I think.

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I'm pretty sure that corsair only has that for 1000w and up power supplies.

Correction: it's offered on some lower watt corsair PSUs as well. My bad.

Zonarion 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

They offer it on most EVGA PSU's aswell.

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

I personally just prefer corsair, it just comes down to taste I guess.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 0 points 30 months ago

Better to have and not need it than need it and not have it. My main goal was future proofing so I kept that in mind with most every part purchase. I also understand the core fundamentals of electricity and power supplies are not anything to mess with. It's the one part that stands between all of that current and my thousands in parts. Plus, as mentioned it doesn't have to work hard to perform how I need it to since the build only required less than 500w. Keeps temps down, extends life, and is efficient.

odwillia 1 point 30 months ago

Nice job.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you!!

S-man491 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I'm confused...Star killer or Stark Killer?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Star killer, he was a character in the game Star Wars the Force Unleashed. He was trained by Vader as an apprentice to fight and destroy by his side (symbolized by the pure black when powered off) but ended up rebelling (symbolized by the white and blue. The blue was more alluded to his light saber color!) :)

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dinoking 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

How do you fit the 280m rad at the front of the case without removing the panel above the hdd? I can't fit mine without removing the panel.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I do not have any drive bays on the inside of the case I use the bottom mount for my SSD and I put my traditional drive in the rear bay.

IlikeTech 3 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

Nice build +1

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you!!

shornpasta 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Nice build! I really like your case and the lighted memory. Looks sweet!

Faizan 1 point 30 months ago

Awesome build!

Do those RAM sticks annoy you at all? I hear that the LEDs cannot be controlled (although I've been hearing forever that there should be a feature coming to the software to change that... but that hasn't happened yet).

+1

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

They are a bit annoying when trying to sleep, less so to me than they are to my girlfriend lol! But actually with the latest version of Corsair Link software the lighting behavior is customizable! You can switch it from blinking to being static, you can control the brightness and even turn them off. It's pretty cool.

Faizan 2 points 30 months ago

Ah, really! That's awesome! I wasn't aware that an update was out. Thanks!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Yeah definitely! Check it out it's pretty cool, I noticed that when you put them really dim though they kind of flicker.

Faizan 1 point 30 months ago

Ooh..

Well, hopefully that's not a problem for me.

tombull89 7 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

Very nice. I've been stung with large RAM heatsinks not fitting under CPU heatsinke before and now I only tend to buy smaller RAM.

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

But you gotta have dem LEDs bro

edlaika 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Amazing chase isn't it? I have the same but not the glass version!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

It's just such a pretty case and so well built! So glad I went with phanteks.

Monrin 1 point 30 months ago

Wow, this is really similar to my dream build. Nice to know how it'll look in real life!

Thefan630 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Hue+ sounds like something the brazilians would love

jghaverty 1 point 30 months ago

Great build, very clean.

My only complaint is that damn power supply. Why in gods name did you get a 1000 watt power supply? lol You're using maybe 300w. 500w would have given you a huge amount of headroom, and a 750w would have saved you a chunk of change AND still given you the opportunity to add another gtx 1080. This includes overclocking headroom.

Wi1dCard2210 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

The fan turns off completely at low loads, so he probably got it for the silence.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 0 points 30 months ago

Yes exactly!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 0 points 30 months ago

The power supply was overkill for sure, I was able to get it for a lower price ($140) I wanted to go a little nuts on the power supply to keep it from working hard and keeping temps down. Also, when my brother built his computer he went with a less than stellar power supply that costed him his whole build. (Shorted out and fried everything) so I was mildly paronoid. Lol

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 2 points 30 months ago

mildly

I'd be a bit more than mildly paranoid lol

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 0 points 30 months ago

Lol

Matthewtina2015 2 Builds 1 point 30 months ago

:P

Hey, can I give you some advice on your PC build here?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Yes of course!

CyberShockz 1 point 30 months ago

+1

xagx_pisces 1 point 30 months ago

My old computer has cost me $.39/day since I've owned it for 6 years (still using it) and paid $850 for it. In order for him to get the same value, he'd have to own this PC for 18 years! No doubt the degradation, even if it's only slightly, would be noticeable by then. :P

Anyways, I hope this computer will last you a long time. :)

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

haha, I'll probably still have it then. lol

I do work for Best Buy as a second job and I was able to get most of my parts for a lot cheaper than the total value posted.

I really only paid full price for the memory, case, and gpu. :)

montiago 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

+1 for the Corsair LEDs and Orion Spectrum :D

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Great mouse, I have long fingers and any other mouse I used felt short. The Corsair LED is definitely awesome, it looks cool and performs well! It's a win, win.

montiago 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Actually talking about the Keyboard hahaha

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Gotcha! Yeah it really is a nice keyboard, I wish it had a wrist rest though. Probably the one downside, and the Romer G switches were something to get used to for sure.

montiago 1 Build 2 points 30 months ago

Never used wrist rests, so that doesn't bother me. This'll be my first mechanical keyboard, but I tried cherry mx browns, reds, and blues, in addition to the romer-g's, and the romers just spoke to my fingers haha

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

I love them so far! Plus it's a beautiful keyboard. :)

Evos4444 1 point 30 months ago

Hey very nice buil! I was wondering if you managed to make the fan hub work. I have the same case and they run 80% all the time if connected to the hub. Was very loud so i decided to take it out and plug all my fans into the mobo directly.

Makes it look cleaner and easier to cable manage!

PS: if you dont have that fan speed problem i wuld like to know if you connected the hub to the 12v sata or only to the 4pin cpu fan connector on the mobo!

TY and congrats!

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

That is one of the things that I was trying to figure out too, mine are pretty loud and always run high. The build is still in progress but I have the fans to figure out and the Hue+ to fix.

I wish there were room for a separate fan controller, I briefly looking into how to make the controller work but nothing yet. If I find out anything I'll shoot you a message!

Evos4444 3 points 30 months ago

Ty! from what i have read, they just messed up on the fan hub config. Apprerently it just plain does not work. Fans run 80% since the power from the SATA 12V isnt regulated and they only have a range from 80 to 100%.

IMO, plug the fans directly into the mobo and take that hub out. Cleans the build and less wires to manage. If any 1 has any other idea i would sure like to hear them!

PS that mobo looks amazing.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Oh shoot! Thanks for that! I'll likely take it out when I go back in there to fix the Hue+ and after I order new fans. It should clean it up nicely. :)

BrokenArrow4598 1 point 30 months ago

Nice. Check out the Intel 5820K.

K3rmit94 1 point 29 months ago

Very nice build +1 I am stuck between white and blue,all black or black and red. ( for my first pc) when it comes to white and blue i have a name for it already the the white frost but idk. What do you think is better? plus i'm doing an i7 and an 1080.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Personally, for myself blue, black, and white is my favorite color combo. Blue is hands down my favorite color, so I knew that I needed it to make it something along those lines. I love that my build is RGB orientated so I could switch up the colors anytime. (minus the RAM) but that's why I liked the white, white is so neutral and worst case now with Corsair Link 4 you can turn off the LED.

Black and red has been done tons of times, I feel like I don't see many blue builds :)

K3rmit94 1 point 29 months ago

ya i see so many black and red i decided to do a white and blue build and i gave it a name called white frost, ( since the case is white and the board can have blue leds and it looks like a winter theme .) I decided to go for the white and blue since i just like the combo

K3rmit94 1 point 29 months ago

Very nice build +1 And congrats on the feature. I to am going to build a first pc hopefully by the end of this year. I am wondering if you give any pointers on the build if you dont mind me asking http://pcpartpicker.com/list/NRZh7h thats the list oh and dont mind the monitor i plan on getting two of them since i plan on doing youtube next year. Anyway nice build and congrats.

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Everything looks great! Very similar to my build and everything put together nicely. One thing I would note for you to pay mind to is that the 1080 Strix has a couple different versions. The one you posted (8G) and there is the one I have which is the (O8G) if you could I'd say to spend the extra $100 and go with the O8G since it's better tailored towards overclocking!

K3rmit94 1 point 29 months ago

dont know why my post posted twice lel sry bout that

MannyPCs 1 point 29 months ago

Jeez we need more builds like this :) Amazing job

How is the Phateks Enthoo Evolv. Is it nice to build in and does it look good?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

It was great to build in, offered tons of space and pretty good flexibility for configuration. If I were to do it again, I would probably go with the standard version and not the tempered glass. The full glass looks awesome and all but it's kind of a pain to un-do the thumb screws and worry about the glass getting dirty/scratched/broken every time it is moved. The swinging door on the original version is really nice and I'd love to have it. The glass is just a hassle and makes getting into the computer to work on it a chore.

But that's just me, and otherwise it's an amazing case in both looks and quality. :)

MannyPCs 1 point 29 months ago

Should I get this or the h440 if you don't mind me asking?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

I was looking between the two as well. I ended up going with the Phanteks. I started seeing a lot of builds with it and really liked the way it looked. It had everything that I needed/wanted.

It had a very open lay out for showing off all of the parts and goodies, but had enough modularity that if I wanted to add more things in to expand then I could.

Warning though, if you get the tempered glass version it is gorgeous but your backside cabling will have to be on point.

MannyPCs 1 point 29 months ago

Thanks. I will consider. Yeah, I probably won't get the tempered glass version because I got nervous from the product images. I'd rather stay safe and choose the regular side-panel windowed version instead :)

BOOOMBEAR 1 point 28 months ago

why in hell would you nee a 1000w psu ?

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 28 months ago

For the price I paid I figured why not.

Also, if the power supply doesn't have to work hard the fans won't run keeping the noise level down. I plan on down the line grabbing another 1080 too.

Whiskey.201 0 points 29 months ago

I still cant see what so special about this build

Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 2 points 29 months ago

I never thought it would get as much attention as it did so I took relatively mediocre pictures of it.

People seem to enjoy it and I definitely do.

Jaime.g -1 points 30 months ago

I don't know if this is a good idea, I know someone will see this here so I can get some feed back, but I have this build plan that I did just for fun and did a little research on. It is a little pricey because it has some necessary parts I desire and need for this build. You can edit in you own cooling system, color design, and connection ( you will see what I mean/since the cases are stack-able anyway). I'm also not sure how the fans in the cooling system will work out since I don't have enough fan headers, can some one figure that out P.s. the system says something about the power being to low, but it will work out with the cooling system. Here it is: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/CYzQd6

Jaime.g -1 points 30 months ago

you probably could make a cheaper version, this is just the version that fits my needs and desires.

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rtheen29 1 point 29 months ago

What site is that if you don't mind me asking?

philip staff 10 Builds 1 point 29 months ago

Any site that sells software keys second-hand.

Doctor1017 1 point 29 months ago

ok

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Seven7Six submitter 1 Build 1 point 30 months ago

Thank you! I spent a good 2-3 hours on it. :) I have yet to find out where to buy the cable spreaders that you put between the individual cables.

They make it look so nice!

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