1 Tip I can give you is to replace those 2 970's for a 980, less power draw and less heat but only maybe 4-6% loss of power but I don't believe that it'll be a dramatic difference.
Okay good, you gave me a heart attack with this name >.>
Good choices of parts but the name must be changed, to many generic Beasts or Legends or something stupid like that
When was this system built/bought? You could have upgraded a few parts if you had bought these parts recently, still good. +1
If I see another name with "Beast or... Something thats very commonly used, I'm going to start downvoting them, cmon people be creative. Dear lord...
Really nice Budget build mate, +1
He bought this a while ago when the FX series were more expensive and the 6300 was brand new.
Awesome build for nearly 600$ I'd never find a deal as good as that! +1
Oooh, If I ever happen to want an AMD based build, then I might build it whenever I get more money, first I'm going Intel though, Thanks for your replies.
Great build, only one question however, howcome a 5900 hdd, and not 7200? +1
Ah, thanks for the reply man, haven't used amd before, I want to, but my dad is getting 40 grand from selling a house, and he wants me to get the best, and I'm going the intel route again.
Very interesting, AMD has been stepping up their game to intel I suppose, I reckon that the 9590 is comparable to an older i7 now? Newer I7's though kick butt.
Very much true!
Multi threaded/Multi cored programs would be on AMD side but Intel is better in the single department.
I could complain but nah, description put me in a good mood. +1
Oh okay, Just a thought! Anyways, have a good day/night :)
Oh okay thanks for the info.
All in all, great build, within the next year and a half or so, you may want to upgrade your 660 to one of the 700 series or if 800 is out, then that, but the 660 is still a great gpu. +1
Possibly if you happen to have the money, you could invest into a Haswell E processor or one of the newest 5k processors they released most of those processors have 6 cores, one has 8, Only if your 4790k isn't keeping up though, Very good build. +1
Indeed, Phantoms are great to work in, and are great with air cooling, great build anyways, cheers +1.
Very good 600$ build you have here, May have to show my friend what you can do with a budget of around 600-750$, +1 from me.
Quick question, Could you have possibly sprung for a 3570k or one of the unlocked versions of Intel's I5's? Other than that +1 from me.
Great build, you definitely got a great deal on that 770. +1 from me :).
He possibly could have gone with Zotac for the extra 2 gb of VRAM, I'm not sure what other 770 companies have 4 gb's, but the more popular companies only make the 2 gb version.