Mostly used for Netflix and non-competitive gaming, and to get my feet wet with overclocking.
I used Conductonaut between the IHS and the copper cooler on my AIO, and I think it was probably a bit unnecessary. I'm thinking about putting some LM on my 1080ti as well.
I know I overpaid at Microcenter for some of this stuff (Mobo, case) so this could easily come in below $1200.
PNY GTX 1080ti was bought from ebay. Card seems to be in good condition, and it turbos up really nicely under synthetic load. It may have been used for mining, but I don't think so from what I can tell from the ebay seller. Either way, I guess I'll find out if all of the fear of mining cards is warranted (of course, it doesn't appear that this one was treated like crap, so mileage may vary). Either way, it's a fantastic deal as the card goes for >$800 new.
Still playing with the memory timings and the GPU clocks.
Awesome. Easily manually overclocks to 4.0 GHz @ 1.35V, I was able to get mine to 4.2 @ 1.38V.
Makes a weird sound upon boot up, otherwise no issues. Keeps things pretty cool.
Not the greatest, and I definitely overpaid
Pretty awesome RAM, still playing around with the timings, but I think I can get mine up to 3466 MHz at CL15.
Best SSD for the money.
Great SSD for the price.
Love the triple fan, slim design, and of course it crushes everything I throw at it.
Good looking case, glass is tinted though. Airflow seems solid and cable mgmt is OK.
Gets the job done.
Pretty darn quiet. Noctua is quieter though.