Really nice build. Very nice touches with the sli bridge, custom cables, and cpu cooler all finishing it off in style.
Just built a system with a friend using a gtx980ti that we got a great deal on. Still amazing gaming performance out of that GPU.
Great video. Love you guys. Very nice build too. I'm heading down to the corner shop to get some Doritos.
I like. Nice balance of high end and more practical parts. Doom is a lot of fun and loaded with eye candy to get your gtx1070 working! Star Citizen... one day hopefully... we can dream.
Wow. Great Build. The combo of NZXT Hue and the 805 case is unreal!
Money come and money goes. You've done very well with this build. Prices paid for performance gained ... these parts are in the sweet spot! People might question the expensive screen... my opinion is you'll never regret spending as much as you can afford on a nice screen. It's where everything happens right? Sure spending hundreds on making your box look like a christmas tree is all good...but once the dust settles, nice resolution, good frame rate, and turning all the settings up is what you want. Enjoy!
& the Hyper 212 in white looks dope!
Love the C70... So Military looking :) & that power button is the best.
Hot damn. What a beast.
Need to add 'sun block' to your custom extras for all the rays you'll be catching off that screen.
Awesome build. Nice job.
Is the 1070 sagging a bit? Are those power cables a bit tight on it maybe? or you might just need a slight adjust with the screws at back of case?
Superb. Love pics 31-35. With the panels off all lit up looks like its going into overdrive and about to teleport to another dimension.
This is looking great. Personally I prefer the GPU power cables running down into the opening on the PSU cover. And your ATX power cables can run behind the board and come in from the top... if they are too much in the way there. I'd take off the yellow bin tag label stickers too and then your looking next lvl :) Still very awesome just personal ideas and preferences. Have a look at these pics if I'm not making sense.
Looks great. The glow in pics 9-10 is amazing!
Wow. Very nice. +1
Was looking forward to seeing a build on here with that case...
Doesn't disappoint. Very nice system.
Looking Great. The gtx1070 is a beast. Have fun.
Very nice build... but damn that yellow sticker on the PSU!
Really like pics 2-3-4
Welcome Back! You've returned in style.
I like your space... and all the things living in it.
Love Sandy Bridge. IMHO the last significant jump in CPU tech.
Need to give the dust buster a go in there before the gtx1070 arrives! You will see an absolutely massive jump in performance from the 560 Ti.
Legendary Build. Great work.
I just need to go and lie down for a while and reconsider why I ever thought I could build nice computers...
Those look more like SSD speeds = Think your ok.
I use AS SSD too.
+1 for the Fahrenheit 451 paranoia.
Seriously though, sweet buid!
Very nice. Gaming performance per $ spent is looking good in builds like this.
Strange with your SSD? Those PNY drives are supposed to be ok. Definately right SATA port? Right cable etc etc? How are you testing it?
This is amazing. Just wow.
+1 for the CM Hyper 212 :)
What's going on with your top LED strip? Looks like its falling down.
Very impressive build.
Could have called it "Ice Heaven"????
Sorry I'm getting old :)
Very nice. Love seeing the 20K + Fire Strike scores with the gtx1080's.
Very nice build. Well thought out list of parts, optimised for maximum gaming performance. +1 to you sir.
Love pic 6. That's real power in your hands right there!
If Barry's get to the build stage... I need to see Doritos lit up with the NZXT Hue
Wow. Such an amazing list of parts there, and the build is looking great . Love pic 23.... not too many cases you can take a shot like that with.
This case would be my first pick at the moment. Inwin 909 is great too... but the Phantek Enthoo wins out for my personal preferences.
Very nice buiding and photographic skills.
Not a criticism... just feels like a shame all your hard work and nice parts are hidden in the NCase.
Alright! Card Bolster! No sagging for you :)
Those V8s are freaking huge, much cleaner with the H100i IMO.
Very nice. Have fun.
Wow. What a great looking setup. From the build to the desk / screen... so nice!
Can I come play at your house?
Wow. Totally impressive.
The h7 looks huge in that case and against that tiny mobo. Really nice work. I hope you can find a use for such a great build!
Very tidy work. Love that case. Bring on the gtx 1080 eh?
Is that an old iPhone 3G on the desk there?
Case design is great. Looks like a really efficient use of minimal parts and materials. Nice job.
Excellent build. Very well done. Hats off sir :)
Nice build. That stencil on the side looks great!
Bring on Sephiroth!
Thanks for sharing this unbelievable machine. Love all the personal touches combined with the "best of best" gear.
Shame to hear about the problems with the Mobo. I haven't had any personal experience building with X99 or even Z170 yet, but I've had issues with ASUS boards on different builds ever since P67. Never anything major, just bios related problems. Glitchy stuff like you say. Not saving settings and other random stuff like that.
Anyhow all the best with this monster mate.
I was a little concerned about this too...
@ Christo84 Did you really get the XR341CK?
Epic Build. My wallet is feeling light just from looking at this. Love the MSI SLI Bridge. Enjoy
Looks fantastic. Well done. From what I've read that case is hard work > but its worth it.
See this build was on here recently > similar to yours with some great ideas for cable management etc
True > You seem to be quite skilled in that department :) Great job
All that glass.So nice!
I wonder how this build would look with some strategically placed LED strips? Help you interior pop a bit more and really bring out the hexy/honeycomb structure at the front?
Although the subtle, deep glow from within is a nice look too ;)
Bad new c0ruptiv3...
God just called.
Wants his computer back.
That's some seriously impressive customization with your build. Well done and have fun.
If only Apple knew how to make computers as stable and durable as the old IIe :)
(sighs... while looking across the desk at the 2015 iMac with the spinning coloured wheel of death)