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austin4189's Completed Build: My first build

Stigs 1 point 70 months ago

Sweet build for an amazing price!

AustinL's Completed Build: I FINNALY Bought it! The Annihilator

Stigs 1 point 70 months ago

He said he was uploading them soon, give him some time....

AustinL's Completed Build: I FINNALY Bought it! The Annihilator

Stigs 1 point 70 months ago

Awesome build man, can't wait for the Pics...

fcruz2489's Completed Build: Haswell is here

Stigs 1 point 70 months ago

Sweet Build!

billyevans's Completed Build: Corsair 350D + 280mm Rad + "The Mod"

Stigs 2 points 70 months ago

This is awesome (the mod especially)....Also, great cable management!

Brettip103's Completed Build: My First Build

Stigs 1 point 71 months ago

This build is amazing! Sick Video card! Nice Job.

jazzymouse's Completed Build: First Build - gaming/work/editing

Stigs 2 points 71 months ago

I really like this build. It has solid components all around and seems to be just perfect for what you need. Enjoy your build!

Forum Topic "new build for 1k or less"

Stigs 1 point 71 months ago

I think that you should get a lower wattage power supply, something like a Seasonic M12II 620watt...You can you the money you save to upgrade your CPU. If you are going to stick with an AMD CPU, I would suggest the FX-6300 or the better option the FX-8350. If you decided to change over to intel, I would recommend the i5-3570k, or wait until June for Intel Haswell.

8F01C198997's Completed Build: The BEST Windows 98 Second Edition machine you will ever see!

Stigs 2 points 71 months ago

thanks!

8F01C198997's Completed Build: The BEST Windows 98 Second Edition machine you will ever see!

Stigs 2 points 71 months ago

This build is awesome...can you show a picture of it booted up into windows 98.

and1zero's Completed Build: [First build] Arcadia

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

Great build! Really balanced well.

MikeDubs's Completed Build: Dub's Box 2013 - It's all about the Games...

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

Nice Build! I really like how the prodigy case looks.

ErWarSuperstar's Completed Build: My 8th PC - First Intel build in 14 years. Small, blue, watercooled and all that jazz.

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

There are two things I love in PC builds: Custom water-cooling and individually sleeved cables, and you my friend have both. Awesome Build!

leaderroy's Completed Build: Main Desktop

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

Awesome build! That 7990 is a beast.

Nerevarine76's Completed Build: "The Jackal" Budget Gaming PC

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

I'm sorry. I just looked it up (again)and people cannot get past 4.2 GHz. 4.4GHz was a stretch for almost all the people.

Nerevarine76's Completed Build: "The Jackal" Budget Gaming PC

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

If you put a good overclock on the CPU (4.2-4.4GHz) then the 965 is no longer a possible bottleneck anything. No even a radeon 7950. If you do overclock though, I would recommend a Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus or Hyper 212 EVO, just so you maintain good temperatures.

corey.cole1's Completed Build: First Build - 3570k/660ti

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

Sweet build. I have the MSI GTX 660 Ti Power Edition and I love it

hentaigod's Completed Build: EVA UNIT 00

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

Awesome build. The SP120's make the radiator really stick out...I like that. Enjoy your build.

spadge's Completed Build: Budget Mini-ITX gaming PC

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

I'm guessing this is an older build. this is still a very strong build though.

tjoy123's Completed Build: Test- pre build

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

I'm sorry. I guess when I saw the 3570 I just immediately thought 3570k. Sorry about that.

alternativesurfer's Completed Build: Mike's 2011 build

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

most 570's have 1.25 gigs of vram. Most of the 580's had 1.5 though.

tjoy123's Completed Build: Test- pre build

Stigs 0 points 72 months ago

nice build. but why did you go with a H77 motherboard for an unlocked CPU.

thetony's Completed Build: The Trojan Horse

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

to play Crysis (well) try turning Post-Processing to low and all the other settings to medium. Try running 2X SMAA or lower to get the best framerate

gioedwin's Completed Build: Budget Gaming PC

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

Very nice budget build. I really like it. Good job.

thalesknight's Completed Build: GameWork / (3/20/2013)

Stigs 2 points 72 months ago

Awesome pictures. solid build!

n1ghtr4v3n's Completed Build: KAEL-Home Gaming PC (still as good as running Crysis3 smoothly after 3 years)

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

yeah I happy with the choice I made, but if I build my computer before August (when the 660 Ti) came (the non-Ti did not come out until late september), I probably would have chosen the 570.

n1ghtr4v3n's Completed Build: KAEL-Home Gaming PC (still as good as running Crysis3 smoothly after 3 years)

Stigs 1 point 72 months ago

Nice, old, build. When I built my computer back in september my decision was between a GTX 570 and a GTX 660 Ti. I went with the 660 Ti, but I still think that the 570 is a great card.

stinkyhippy's Completed Build: rustler (hackintosh)

Stigs 4 points 72 months ago

You may be able to upgrade to a GTX 660 with a 430 watt PSU. But wait until you need to upgrade because by then you can upgrade to a faster and less power hunger GTX 7xx or GTX 8xx or Radeon 8xxx or 9xxx.

jokermike's Completed Build: First Build! Gaming Rig

Stigs 3 points 73 months ago

The GTX 580 is more along the lines of a 660ti (but the 580 has more memory bandwidth). The 580 is a little bit better than a 7870.

Maki556's Completed Build: DreamMachine

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

Nice! It seems that the two GPU chips on that 7990 scale very well. Thanks for looking into that for me.

thefishkid1's Completed Build: The Stig's Computer Cousin

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

Nice Build... The 7950 will run your games very well. Awesome CPU cooler too!

Maki556's Completed Build: DreamMachine

Stigs 7 points 73 months ago

see what kind of FPS you get in Crysis 3 without v-sync, because v-sync caps your maximum framerate at 60.

zacuke's Completed Build: Gaming Workstation Pro

Stigs 2 points 73 months ago

Ah...I see I didn't that he overclocked. I was wondering why his temps were so high. I have an 3570k (haven't overclocked yet) and from what i've seen, it is much hot than the 2500k.

zacuke's Completed Build: Gaming Workstation Pro

Stigs 2 points 73 months ago

Nice build! Work on your cable management. Also 80?C looks high for an i7 liquid cooled on an H100i.

sicklyslick's Completed Build: My PC Build

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

I have the same monitor. How do you like it? Great build by the way, a little outdated GPU, but great build! If you are planning on playing Crysis 3 and you are looking for the best 1080p settings for you card, send me a message.

ImAustin's Completed Build: Budget gaming

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

Very nice build! Can't wait for pictures.

diabetesdude's Completed Build: First Build

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

Close enough...Very nice build though.

diabetesdude's Completed Build: First Build

Stigs 1 point 73 months ago

This is a very nice, clean build. I'm just going to assume that this was built either at the beginning of 2012 or possibly prior to that.

andyr00's Completed Build: 1st Custom PC Build - 2012

Stigs 1 point 75 months ago

Everything looks pretty good. Nice build.

Aviio's Completed Build: Project DayZ

Stigs 1 point 75 months ago

Nice build, I have the same motherboard and processor and I really like them.

DrunkRufie's Completed Build: Gaming PC Custom Build

Stigs 1 point 75 months ago

Very interesting build. My one question is why you when with a sandy bridge i5 rather than a Ivy Bridge i5. Otherwise, really nice build.

Aggroculture's Completed Build: Non Budget Gamer

Stigs 2 points 75 months ago

Really nice build. I really like the cable management.

pizzaz007's Completed Build: Ol' Bessie

Stigs 1 point 75 months ago

Nice build. Personally, I'm an Intel guy, but I do like this system. That keyboard shows to be really expensive...It's almost more than the hardware for the system. If I was going to spend $1700 (which I'm guessing you paid much less then that)I would have sprung for a GTX 670/680

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