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Blog Post "MSI Build Your Dream PC Guide Contest"

Leerox 0 points 37 months ago

So pissed off...just made a part list that was killer..looked at Jipster's and theirs no way that I'll prove I didn't rip his off... It's the same thing But I had a Silent Base 600 window edition and an MSI Z170 Pro Gaming CARBON...

Blog Post "Announcing PortablePicker"

Leerox 1 point 39 months ago

Guys....seriously? M9 is literally just another way to write "m8" but I guess some MEMEMASTER420XDXDXD dude somewhere was TOO MLG for M8 so he started using M9...

Leerox's Build Guide: Looking for Overkill?

Leerox submitter 1 point 40 months ago

In reality for ANYONE this is the best of the best you can buy. Sure I could have added a Xeon E3-2699 V3 (36 Cores), but that would perform a little worse in gaming, but WAY ahead in workload.

Leerox's Build Guide: Looking for Overkill?

Leerox submitter 1 point 40 months ago

Is this like sarcasm or did you just not read the Build guide name? I LITERALLY made it so EVERY SINGLE CONSUMER-FRIENDLY part is the BEST in its line. The i7-6700K would cause a much larger bottleneck than there already is with the Triple 980 Ti's. 980 Ti SLI would be fine with a 6700K, 3? Nope. The i7-5960X barely keeps them at bay.

paolomix09's Completed Build: First Custom PC! (i3 Skylake)

Leerox 2 points 41 months ago

I've got no money XD I want an i3 because with my PC I can run games at 30 FPS because of my bottleneck, but the 6100 will ELIMINATE my bottleneck COMPLETELY so for sure I need it, I don't want to spend a little more on an i5 ($60 is A LOT), plus I can buy a trash motherboard since I won't have to worry about overclocking. Also, even if it is unlocked I would LOVE to have a LITERALLY ICY CPU. So like a Shadow Rock Slim would make this baby ICY.

paolomix09's Completed Build: First Custom PC! (i3 Skylake)

Leerox 2 points 41 months ago

This for sure is a GREAT build. I would absolutely love to have a build like this. I've got a GTX 960 but an absolutely horrible bottleneck from my CPU. Right now I need a new CPU, CPU Cooler, motherboard, and RAM (If I'm going Skylake, which I will) and I would do just as you did for this build. All your choices are perfectly sane for your budget and the games you are playing, for sure a really amazing $500 build (Not including the OS and Wi-Fi adapter).

JPDG's Completed Build: The Shadow Rig

Leerox 1 point 42 months ago

Figured out that the all black heat sink is just the 2ND revision with some small tweaks to the board.

JPDG's Completed Build: The Shadow Rig

Leerox 1 point 42 months ago

How's the monitor? NEED to pick myself one up.

dcsoltis's Completed Build: My First Gaming Build

Leerox 2 points 42 months ago

Must say, the Monoprice 24" 12178 1MS 144HZ 1080P monitor is one of the best I've ever seen for its price. THIS is the ONLY 1MS 144HZ panel on the market for under $200 new. It has LOADS of connectivity as well, AND speakers. This monitor is a must have for anyone gaming on something like a 970 SLI or 980 Ti.

dcsoltis's Completed Build: My First Gaming Build

Leerox 2 points 42 months ago

Nope Sorry. The monoprice monitor is one of the best I've ever seen in price to performance. 1MS 144HZ 1080P and high quality (I have 2 and neither have any defects) FOR ONLY $199 EACH? Tell me, where can you find a better deal.

skemble's Completed Build: CtOS

Leerox 2 points 45 months ago

What a sexy build.

Leerox's Build Guide: Leerox's KILLER $1550 Build

Leerox submitter 1 point 45 months ago

I just picked the Caviar Blue because its very cheap for a terabyte and I have a black so I trust WD.

Forum Topic "gaming pc FIRST BUILD 800~900 EURO"

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

How did you do euros?

Marxtian's Build Guide: $1200 Awesome & Affordable Gaming Rig

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

Yeah the PNY XLR8 Pro OC GTX 980 has the best performance and VRAM (GDDR4) I've ever seen.

Marxtian's Build Guide: $1200 Awesome & Affordable Gaming Rig

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

Oh BTW, you can mark the item as purchased i believe. Or is that not possible in build guides.

Valeriosn's Build Guide: 60+fps 1080p-1440p Price $950

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

No Hard Drive.

Smiley119's Completed Build: Nyuu's UPDATE ^-^

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

Cable management is tough and not that much room if I used an ATX motherboard (I use an mATX and i don't have much room with a standard setup with stock cooler and long GPU)

Smiley119's Completed Build: Nyuu's UPDATE ^-^

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

EVGA PSU's fail?

Smiley119's Completed Build: Nyuu's UPDATE ^-^

Leerox 1 point 46 months ago

Have the same case. Its nice but inside is awkward.

Leerox's Build Guide: I hear you're looking for Overkill...

Leerox submitter 1 point 46 months ago

Because 4 would be bottlenecked by the 5930k, even a 5960X would bottleneck it.

The_PharmASSIST's Completed Build: Micro ATX n200 (i5-4590 + GTX 960) Build (Name: Rocky)

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

Lol yes our prices are certainly more flexible than anywhere else.

mtilink's Completed Build: The Frugal 1.0: Write code Today, Play later

Leerox 2 points 47 months ago

These prices are wonderful!

The_PharmASSIST's Completed Build: Micro ATX n200 (i5-4590 + GTX 960) Build (Name: Rocky)

Leerox 4 points 47 months ago

Nice build! I live 20 minutes from a microcenter and am thinking about getting an i5-4690k and mobo combo for 250$, a steal.

Marxtian's Build Guide: $1200 Awesome & Affordable Gaming Rig

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

Oh, gotcha, I've never bought a SeaSonic PSU so I wouldn't know, but I heard that they make PSUs for a lot of companies.

Leerox's Build Guide: ~1000$ Gaming Build

Leerox submitter 1 point 47 months ago

Yeah I know I might look at others, and I'll revise this build. I just needed performance for under 1000$, and that PSU and SSD did fine, so I guess I'll change them. Thanks for the advice!

Marxtian's Build Guide: $1200 Awesome & Affordable Gaming Rig

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

You should remove the Keyboard and Headphones. Its a nice touch you have the OS in the build.

This is a nice $1000 build ($1100 with OS), exactly what I would choose for a 1k build. Oh, and you should have kept in the EVGA SuperNova NEX 650 watt. It has better SLI proofing for a 970 and has Gold efficiency.

Machisto's Build Guide: Bang for your buck gaming computer

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

I wouldn't really say that this is bang for the buck as you are using a 550$ GTX 980 and a 300$ (!???!) 240 GB SSD. I'd say going with a 250 Gb 850 EVO and a 1TB WD Black would be the sweet spot as well as choosing a GTX 970. This would make the Bang for $ Ratio MUCH higher.

nathanslocum's Build Guide: $520 build, intel and nvidia

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

H81! If I built this I'm expecting to upgrade my CPU sometime in the next 3 years, you should add an H97 or Z97 board, there are nice ones that come in under 100$ and fit nicely in this build.

Leerox's Build Guide: ~1000$ Gaming Build

Leerox submitter 1 point 47 months ago

And for the Hale 82, at 80$, 700 Watts of Gold Efficiency power in a fully modular enclosing is well worth it.

Leerox's Build Guide: ~1000$ Gaming Build

Leerox submitter 1 point 47 months ago

Doesn't matter if SSD is bad, it is cheap and offers speed 3 times faster than traditional hard drives, so I'll take it. And for 120 gigs, 49.99 is great for the price of a fast boot drive.

epan5's Build Guide: Gaming for under $650

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

This build could use some slight updates in the motherboard and pricing as it is OVER 700$

Codename__47's Build Guide: 1080p Anal Raper

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

? The PSU is a CX600M, 600 watts.

Codename__47's Build Guide: 1080p Anal Raper

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

CS600M is a TON more expensive for a Gold efficiency upgrade.

Leerox's Build Guide: I hear you're looking for Overkill...

Leerox submitter 1 point 47 months ago

Thats why I'm not sticking in the 5960X. 400$ is a GTX 970 and a kit of RAM.

Geeked-Out's Build Guide: Geeked Out - £150/$200 Casual PC BUILD.

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

Wow, with 242$ you can go with a decent cooler master case and a 400 watt PSU, AN A6-7400K (!),4Gb of RAM, and 1TB 7200RPM 64 Mbit Cache.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Leerox/saved/zbdwrH

Geeked-Out's Build Guide: Geeked Out - £150/$200 Casual PC BUILD.

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

bloken's Completed Build: Green Hornet Build

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

I'll keep that in mind next time i'm looking for fans!

Leerox's Build Guide: I hear you're looking for Overkill...

Leerox submitter 1 point 47 months ago

I mean i was thinking 5960X was pretty much unnecessary. But yeah It would only cost 400$ more.

shotx's Build Guide: How It Is?

Leerox 2 points 47 months ago

Did you really use a Deepcool Tesseract for a 7000$ build...?

Geeked-Out's Build Guide: Geeked Out - £150/$200 Casual PC BUILD.

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

160 Gig Hard drive? Imma try making a 200$ PC.

greasytaco's Build Guide: Cheap Overclockable Gaming

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

And there is no Bottleneck? Upgradeable so its a nice build. As stated by another user, Ram and PSU are overpriced and there are actually cheaper, better choices.

greasytaco's Build Guide: Cheap Overclockable Gaming

Leerox 1 point 47 months ago

I agree.

bloken's Completed Build: Green Hornet Build

Leerox 2 points 48 months ago

Its a nice build! This build looks great and looks like it stays frosty even under load! Seems like it could be VERY loud but still super cool.

Blog Post "Site Update"

Leerox 1 point 49 months ago

This is BEAUTIFUL! I'm sure people will be like "What did you do :'(" but I love the new feel and am already used to it.

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