Sorry about the RGB issues, but hows the CPU cooler, as far as RGB customization/control?
What are those (presumed) RBG triangles on your wall?
Also Inb4 featured,
Also also, socks and sandals masterrace
How is your mouse? Like it's either this or a Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum, with respects of FPS performance.
Looks like a pretty cool build, will there be pictures of it in the case?
Very nice, very clean, and something that (I) have not seen here.
Here, take my updoot :)
What desk do you have?
+1 otherwise :)
You must have hit the lotto then.
Your cable management looks better than mine lol
No... It's a chicken smh...
Jk, sarcasm intended ;)
That's some thicc tubing,
Great build anyway ;) +1
Congrats on Featured btw.
Please tell me you took off the plastic cover on the chip set heat sync.
TIL Artic Silver is in fact NOT silver/grey colored, it's brown...
SO, I will be getting the Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut, because it is newer.
+1 for the build btw ;)
OMFG, my jaw just dropped when I saw the water block, my god its beautiful
How are your peripherals? and is the keyboard worth the cost? I'm asking because I'm going to be upgrading soon and the keyboard looks very nice but the price does not.
I pretty sure NVIDIA prefers AMD over Intel, it's not like the 10 series cards are meant to be paired with an Intel build, nontheless as of now no AMD card match the 1080, so why the hell not?
Please tell me you took off that plastic scratch cover off the Motherboard chip set heatsink.
+1 for a non-red (at least 100% red) Ryzen build :)
"expected to repay them..."
Pay them with your kidney project?
Lol, 0 f**** given
Ok thank you, I did eventually got it, idk if I got it to work by put plugging in both SATA connectors to my PSU, or if it was the 2-3 pin, but there were 2 SATA connectors, so idk
Wow, I did not know that Ethereum recognized each GPU independently, so then yes you do effectively have 48gbs of VRAM, that actually pretty cool tbh, I'll change the comment if you'd like :)
VRAM doesn't stack, so you don't have 48gbs of VRAM, sorry
But besides that, +1 ;)
I know this is quite an old comment, but looking back 4K at Ultra setting for 960$ and only getting about 55-80 fps was a steal back then is quite amazing, because now the GTX 1080 is 500$ and you get better performance to price ratio. It's quite astonishing how far we've come and how quickly the GPU industry is advancing.
I'm not saying that it doesn't perform as good as a newer one, but it's that he covered the logo and there are better looking options, and 240mm rad for better performance and the front intake looks a little better as well. Reason why im giving all of these better looking options is because this build looks awesome as it, becasue of the excellent cable management and personally the H100i v2 and or the NZXT Kraken X62 looks better than the H75, but im not hating on the H75 either and im not saying it sucks and is outdated. I love this build
Looks very clean, all you need is an upgraded CPU cooler and fix the alignment of the RAM sticks then your all good :)
Inb4 Featured, and Inb4 Jipster69
How much is the 3rd GPU helping in games? And speaking of that what FPS do you get in AAA games or GPU intensive games?
Thanks for they reply, and I do understand what you are saying, but as far as I know that applies to loading times, and maybe in-game menus, like in BeamNG.Drive the menus load a little slow, maybe 4 seconds, so I guess an SSD would benefit in that aspect as well.
How isn't this featured?
For battlefield, it depends on what CPU you have or will get, because with an AMD FX 8320 you will get about 57fps, but with an i7-6700k you will get about 84fps, with an i5-3570k you will get about 80fps, all with the RX 470, Overwatch is an easy game to run, so no issues there, in fact some of the GTX 10 series cards max out at about 240 fps, either due to the game engine not supporting 240Hz+ or there is a CPU bottleneck.
Hey if you plugged the Noctua fan into the CPU fan header, then you can change it's speed in the BIOS by editing the CPU fan speed, you may have mistaken the fan as "Case Fan" in the BIOS, that may solve your issue with it being on 2000 RPM all the time.
I personally don't know why on most if not all build guides (budget builds, or enthusiast builds) all include an SSD, I get it it's fast, but its it worth the extra money? I only have a high capacity HDD and I'm perfectly fine with it, in fact I only see the option to go into the BIOS for a brief second, and then im booted into windows, for that extra money from getting rid of the SSD you could get a better GPU, or CPU. A hard drive is not going to kill you to wait the extra 15 seconds or so in games, but like I said, almost, if not all budget build guides include an SSD, and it's not like you can't upgrade to an SSD later on, so make it have a very good price to performance ratio, if you took out the SSD you would be at about $469.74, and for that you can get an RX 480 and still be under the price of this, and yes I know in the description of this build guide it says "Everyone's needs are different, so feel free to increase capacities or remove a drive to fit yours." but make it slightly more appealing to the very "low budget gamer" who wants the best performance for the lowest cost, because an SSD will more than likely not improve your millions of frames in CSGO (that was a hyperbole.)
And this is NOT a hate comment im just giving my educated opinion based off of what I experience and what I see on PCPP, and this is also not hating on ThoughtA, because he's a pretty cool guy tbh
No problem man, you truly deserve it ;)
And btw the camera, is it a Panasonic LUMIX DMC-G7KS DSLM Mirrorless 4K?
What camera are you using?
Very nice build, +1 for the (probably) DSLR camera.
Well all the parts are for the public, and as far as I know he did not copyright this design, so I suppose you can.
Can we get this beauty a featured?
Sounds like a hobby I'd like to get into ;)
Can't tell if you're and Asus fan,
jokes aside it's awesome :) And how do you have all these awesome and expensive builds?
+1 from me!
ZADAK511 has an RGB SSD called the ZADAK SHIELD RGB series
Nothing on the mobo lights up red unless you want it too, the only thing that lights up are the "Start" "Reset" and the ROG logo, but yea it would most likely clash with the blue because of the red colors are exposed and noticeable, overall it's a great mobo. And something that doesn't have anything to do with the mobo itself is how Asus presented it in it's package, it looked really nice and everything had a high quality feel to it.
Ok thanks, I'll see if it's there when I get home :)
And yes you are correct, its the power button LED and the "front light bar"
+1 for that exceptional EATX PWM to the MOBO routing ;)
And for a cool build, it was build about 3 years ago, so I may not get a response, but that's okay
Can I ask where did you find the connector for the case LED's? Not the RGB strips you have but the case itself, becasue I have the same case and I've traced all wires but none turn on the case LED's, I have an ASUS Maximuss Hero VIII btw
That is true as well, like he could have gotten 2 4x8Gb sets which would be 64Gb total, but he may wanted to also completely future proof it.
Nonetheless I up voted because it still looks pretty cool.
I'm not entirely understanding the hate for this build, maybe he has a RAM fetish, or has major OCD where all the RAM slots HAVE to be filled, don't know until he explains, so don't hate it's a $6k build that is "unusual"
Intro should be "Greeting fleshy mammals!"
Jokes aside this looks pretty good :)
Well it looks like I'll be using JET then... ;)
Corsair accidentally sent two kits of 32Gb of RAM??
Damn, I wish I was that lucky..