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Lyyre's Completed Build: Mini-Itx Gaming Rig - Lost Grandour

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 5 points 69 months ago

You should've gone with trinity/richland. Much better price-performance

theburnidentity's Completed Build: The White Rabbit

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 0 points 69 months ago

Great sub 800 gaming pc for the non-enthusiast. Do some cable management to clean it up though

fzztrooper's Completed Build: ~1000$ Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 0 points 69 months ago

Why not the 3570K. Not much use in the z77 board if you don't have a K part imo

abaszczynski's Completed Build: I just keep getting asked to build computers.

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 3 points 70 months ago

Great build I actually really like it. That board has a great chipset and should allow for upgrading to an 8350 later.

bkherring's Completed Build: First ever gaming build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

You don't need a 1800 dollar pc to play mc. If all you're doing is minecraft look into the a10 or a8 Richland APUs

jasher11's Completed Build: Pretty beast gaming pc

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

Good part selection try to get some pics up

JoeThePlumber's Completed Build: First time build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

Great part selection here, have you put an OC on the GPU yet?

Bartmanicus's Completed Build: Aperture Labs: Glad0s

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

I'm so jealous. I just bought 8gb of vengeance for $80.00. It was 1866, but still! Great build btw. Are those ssds in raid I didn't see if you mentioned that.

mjkubba's Completed Build: FXy

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

its insane for reliability i bet

greenthumb's Completed Build:

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 70 months ago

Why all the RAM?

kitchokits's Completed Build: Kitchokits First Build! (June 18, 2013)

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 2 points 70 months ago

I love the cable management on the switch

jcantlin's Completed Build: Mr. Cs GPC2

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 0 points 71 months ago

Nice upgrade I see you're old one in the background

teromee's Completed Build: looks cool plays cool

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 6 points 71 months ago

Worst price for power I've ever seen

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Yeah that's what I would get if I was buying now, but I can see it possibly changing by the time I'm to that upgrade. Also, I like the look of the Vengeance Pro. Plus it's a bit a performance difference for a small amount of money.

domzlol's Completed Build: * Update 5.0 Ghz Haswelld!

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 5 points 71 months ago

5.0 GHZ? That's the highest I've seen yet on Haswell without liquid nitrogen!

st3's Completed Build: Great White

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 4 points 71 months ago

Dat thermal armor

Mattyyy's Completed Build: First Build - June 2013

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Awesome part selection I would have gone the extra few dollars to get the 840 pro though. Other than that awesome parts.

Buroa's Completed Build: Eryna

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Nice build! Not my favorite peripherals but you can't go wrong with the Bitfenix proidigy! Only thing thats holding you back from a insane mini itx build is a video card, but unless you're hardcore gaming, the GTX 660 is a great card.

brpeden82's Completed Build: Ricky $1400 build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

7970 and 680 were right neck and neck, so if the 770 is better than the 680, then it should also beat the 7970. Passmark score isn't everything, but 770 kills both those cards on passmark. The Direct CU II, Gigabyte Windforce, and MSI Lightning coolers are my personal picks.

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

The new PSU is on the way! I'll let you know how I like it. I got it for a great price and I'm excited to work with it.

NakedNick_Ballin's Completed Build: First build, $2000 4770K, I call her "George"

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 0 points 71 months ago

Fair enough. That's true, but voltage is what really matters when OC,and Haswell is pretty good with voltage.

saurabc's Completed Build: RPG Rig

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

For under 2 grand, doesn't get much better for gaming and functionality

iflanzy's Completed Build: Prodigy Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

I love the prodigy. It's such a great case

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

It runs on Far plus 32 w/ optifine and anti aliasing and antisotropic filtering and records with fraps with 30 fps so I'm happy for only paying $55 :). I'm planning on the 760 in good time though.

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Its so it's upgradable, I wanted a cpu that would last me for a while.

hunter8691's Completed Build: First Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 0 points 71 months ago

Those HDD's are WAY overpriced!

NakedNick_Ballin's Completed Build: First build, $2000 4770K, I call her "George"

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 2 points 71 months ago

What are you talking about? That noctua cooler is a beast! It's one of the best air coolers out there

LuckyCharm's Completed Build: FROSTY PC

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

That is excellent cable management!

SaabTheFox's Completed Build: My first build -old-

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

That's a nice price for power build!

ebbymac's Completed Build: Babby's First Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Both I wouldn't trust myself as a first timer haha

vlad007's Completed Build: Haswell Mini-ITX Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Just don't make a purchase before taking measurements

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Sorry I'm looking at the 990FX Model

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

It says it supports to cards I believe

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Great to know, thanks

vlad007's Completed Build: Haswell Mini-ITX Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Oh sorry didn't see that. What's the clearance on that case?

vlad007's Completed Build: Haswell Mini-ITX Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build -2 points 71 months ago

Planning on putting a GPU in there?

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

I saw you own the board I plan on buying. How does that board OC?

ebbymac's Completed Build: Babby's First Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

How often does someone's first build consist of 32gb 1866, a 680, a x79 sabertooth, and a 3930k. That is one lucky first builder...

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

So when I get into overclocking how can I monitor temps while I do it?

PKillerMajor's Completed Build: Gaming Build for a Friend $1200+

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 2 points 71 months ago

Pretty nice, but I would have put less money into the case and more into RAM and Video Card. 1600 speed would have been a good upgrade as well as a 660 ti. You could get a case that would serve this build fine for $70ish. I'm not in any way bashing corsair. They're one of my favorite brands and that's a great case, I just would have put the money into performance improvements instead.

Targaryen's Completed Build: EVA the Xbox one replacement

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 3 points 71 months ago

Also, if you built a computer using the new richland apus or even a trinity, you could beat console prices for the same power, and get the other benefits of flexibility in pc's over consoles.

Targaryen's Completed Build: EVA the Xbox one replacement

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 2 points 71 months ago

There's not many good mini itx boards out for Haswell yet though. Theirs only one Z87 mini itx by asrock, so I think he made the right call. That board is as good as it gets for mini itx 1155

jackrzucidlo's Completed Build: Super Upgradable AMD Build

jackrzucidlo submitter 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

I thought that was a bit too good to be true, but that's just what hardware monitor says.

NakedNick_Ballin's Completed Build: First build, $2000 4770K, I call her "George"

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

If you don't OC this thing I will be ashamed... But great build!

fcruz2489's Completed Build: Haswell is here

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Do you plan to overclock this system. That cooler should allow for some nice OC.

dizzin9's Completed Build: First mid-range gaming PC build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

I've been thinking about this board. How was the overclocking on this board?

Khaem's Completed Build: 1000$ Extreme settings capability

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

Have you tried sli or overclocking with that board? I'm interested in getting it but i want to overclock and do sli with it so I'm curious what you think.

NakedSpaceMan's Completed Build: Updated Build

jackrzucidlo 1 Build 1 point 71 months ago

I think you'll like the aesthetics a lot more if you take the sticker off the cpu cooler, that is if u can get it off cleanly. In my opinion the sticker on that stock heatsink makes it look old. That's just my opinion.

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