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My Custom Build

BUILD COMPLETED: 2/28/2015

Build Log (with annotations)

This is the first computer I have built and I am very proud of the result. I have been planning this for over 5 months with an attention to detail that borders on obsession. So brace yourself for a description with more text than the a collage essay and more build photos than the average teenage girls bathroom mirror. Enjoy.


About me:

(Feel free to skip this part if you want)

My name is Alex, I am a 17 year high school senior with a passion for video production and a love for PC gaming. Ever since I got my first PC at age 13, I have been in love. Though that computer was not very powerful, A few friends decided to make a few action short films, using nerf guns and special effects added in windows movie maker. Now considering how cringeworthy those videos still are, we have made a large amount of progress, Our nerf guns were replaced by airsoft guns, We actually learned how to act, and I purchased a nice (at the time) video camera, (Canon Vixia HFM300) Thankfully a year later my school purchased the entire Adobe creative suite and provided open access to the students. My friends of course got bored of making the films so I started making videos independently, I made school projects, and other videos and people were impressed. (Thanks video copilot) At age 16 I secured a an internship at a production company called Creative Liquid during the summer. They gave me a ton of experience and a start in the workforce. Last summer I got a paid apprenticeship ($500/week) paying job at another production company called Quince Imaging and would spend all the money I earned on a new PC.

tl;dr I edit videos and stuff.


The Computer: I have actually been waiting for over 5 months to build this, when I first started I was planning of a 4-core CPU, and a 780ti so i'm glad I waited for the X99 chipset and Nvideas Maxwell cards. However I would not recommend waiting for components because better stuff is always coming out However with the release of two massive new products I figured the time to buy was now. My goal was the make the best possible combination of an editing and a gaming PC. I figured 16GB of RAM was a minimum and the more CPU cores, the better. I knew for sure I was going to get a 980, and another one later,

I need to run the entire creative cloud suite.

The Build:


Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor $299.99

Amazing, 6 cores. Fast. overclocked to 4.? PCIE lanes, dont need unless 3-way sli great value for the money, I was planing on hopefully games will utilize more cores. I had such a debate weather or not between this and the i7 5930k, It was over $200 more expensive and the only benifit was more PCIE lanes. The FPS diffrence is 1-2 frames at most. I can 3 ways SLI but I probably never would because. Conisdering this a 6 core CPU for only $300 the preformance is amazing in compairson to the 4-core I7 cpus. Also for those concerned about PCIE lanes remember that the I7 45960k only has 23

Also Bless Microcenter for having this CPU almost $100 cheaper than amazon or newegg.


Type Item Price
CPU Cooler Corsair H110 94.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler Purchased For $109.00

Installation was a breeze, quiet and cool Never owned a liquid CPU cooler before. Replaced the Stock fans with AF140s this was mainly an aesthetic choice but the fans are much quieter, I though about doing a push pull configuration but released I did not have enough long screws to mount the fans properly and the extra noise generated by the stock fans was quite noticable. I really wish Corsair sold non-led SP140 fans

I also bought my H110 litarlly 2 days before Corsair announced the H110i. I was pretty mad at first but I realized I doubt I will use Corsair link that often and I like the asethic of the H110 more.


Type Item Price
Motherboard Asus X99-DELUXE ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard Purchased For $323.99

In my opinon the best part of X99 chipset was the motherboards, the entire time I was waiting for the chipset to be released I was waiting for this motherboard. This motherboard is perfect for me. 8 ram slots, wifi, amazing audio and fan controller Not to mention sexy as fuck.

Serriously the only issue I had was the fan controller, the motherboard does not have enough headers to support 7 fans so I had to use the fan extension card which is a pain in the ass.

This is hands down the best X99 motherboard, I was weary to buy it considering it had on average a 3/5 review. Only after reading a ton of reviews I realized that motherboards are very hard to rate, The average person is very unlikely to review a motherboard because It generally does not have measurable like a GPU or a CPU. So this means that the only reviews for motherboards are from people who either love it and think that it is the best thing ever or hate it so much that is should be chopped into peices and fired into the sun.

One thing I have to mention about this motherboard is the sound. It comes with something called crystal audio. I was absolutely blown away at how amazing the sound is. I own a Pair of Audio Technica ATH-M50's which before I had only used with my pre-built and my phone. I feel like I have just unlocked the true potential of these headphones for the first time. Music and gaming is so much more immersive. I am honestly so happy with this feature exspeically because I did not expect it.

Also micro-center gives you a $40 discount on any motherboard CPU bundle over $250, in total I saved over $110.


Type Item Price
Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4-2666 Memory Purchased For $239.99

DDR4 Ram is the best or the worst part of haswell E depending on who you ask. DDR4 at the moment is about 1.5x as expensive as DDR3 for almost no benifit, The higher clockspeeds are just redilciouse. not very unique and does not offer many performance advantages, Yes at the moment DDR4 is a bit better but I am not going to defend this price, Its just a price premium for the newest chipset

I chose this RAM, mainly for looks but also because I have a great experience with Corsair products. I had been planning on getting the 2400mhz model for quite some time as it was repetitively cheap for DDR4 but about 1 week before I bought all of my components the 2666mhz model went on sale for only $10 more. I bought those instead so that It would have at least a small advantage over DDR3. I'm also slightly upset with Corsair for advertising the vengeance LPX with a white model then never releasing it. Also I really wish they had released a DDR4 version of there vengeance pro ram, as they have much nicer looking heatsinks (even if they are not nessisary)


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Storage Samsung 850 Pro Series 256GB 2.5" Solid State Drive Purchased For $179.99

I just want to say I have never owned a computer with an SSD, HOly shit this is amazing fast windows boots in on average, 10 seconds and is at full speed as soon as you hit the desktop, My previouse computer was using a WD Caviar Green 5600rpm HDD which took about 30 seconds to boot than about another 30 seconds for the desktop to be responsive. skyrim does not even have loading screens


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Storage Western Digital BLACK SERIES 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive Purchased For $109.00

I got this HDD for my video editing storage and extra steam games. And Holy crap did I need it, I filled my SSD in less than 3 days. This is by far the fastest HDD I have ever used.

One issue though is because I had never used the HDD untill I filled my SSD when I started putting files on it, It started to make a loud bumping sound. I have looked it up online and it turns out this version of HDD was discontinued probably because of that bump. This actually was not the harddrive I wanted to buy but I had been to two seperate microcenters and they did not have it in stock, so I bought this one because it was $30 off. The bump is sparratic and extremely annoying. I am going to buy some anti-vibration HDD mounts but I might end up returning this drive for a refund. -1 Star for that reason.

I also have never used a system with more than one drive before, and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to set up. I changed the location of my Documents, Videos, Pictures, and Music folders to my HDD aswell as my massive collection of stock footage. When downloading games, Steam prompted me to create a games folder. I'm storing the majority of my games on this drive as most of these games probably wont benefit much from SSD speed. I am also keeping my massive games like Wolfenstien or Shadow of Mordor on it when I am not playing them regularly.


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Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 980 4GB Classified ACX 2.0 Video Card Purchased For $649.99

Now I know many of you are probably thinking "Are you seriously going to build a $4000 PC with only one GTX 980?" The Answer is No. I completely intend to purchase another 980 when I have more money. I wanted to buy the best overall computer I could with the option to add more RAM or another graphics card. As somebody who just came from a Radeon 7850 (which is slightly weaker than a PS4) This card is an absolutely Amazing. This thing is immensely powerful and 144hz + G-sync is amazing. Used in the abomination.

Also as somebody who switched from AMD to Nvidea, Let me tell you right now. It is amazing.

It's almost hard to write about this graphics cards as I have owned it almost since the day it came out. I have to expect running every game I play at 1440p on high or ultra to get at least 65+ FPS.

One thing that surprised me about this card is how well it works inside a weaker system, This is actually the first component of my computer I actually bought, months before I built this computer. Honestly the preformance in game between these two computers is almost negligible. This just proves that you dont need a rediculsly expensive CPU to push.


Type Item Price
Case Corsair 750D ATX Full Tower Case Purchased For $125.00

This is hands down my favorite case in existance. The quality, the space, the planning, The look. Everything about this case is amazing. In preparation for the case everything was a breeze. Basically the entire case can be dissembled and reassembled with just your hands. The airflow is fantastic, even with the front covered by an aluminum panel. It is surprisingly quite. I can hold up to 8 Fans. Solid cable management slots.

And the looks, Oh my god the looks, This case is hand down sexy. I have heard people say it looks better than any apple desktop they have ever seen. The case windows is huge and gives you a great view of your components. Definitely enough space to set up a full custom waterloop (though I probably never will)

My complaints for this case are so minor that I should not even bother mentioning, but I will for the sake of completion. Brushed aluminium on the front is very nice looking but can be stained by contact with human skin, just aviod touching the front panel to often. I also managed to scratch the back of my case very eaisly even when trying to be careful. Probably the only thing really annoying about this case is the power buttion. I almost never turn my computer (though I should now that I am running an SSD) I would just put it to sleep. However when the computer is set to sleep, the white light on the power button blinks repeatedly. In my room this light bounces off the white walls and is about as subtle as a searchlight. However it was an easy fix, I just unplugged the Power LED, I can always be sure my computer is on because my NZXT hue illuminates my entire case when powered on. I am also not sure if my model is slightly defective because the right light on the power button never turned white.


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Power Supply Corsair 860W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply Purchased For $169.99

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Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Previewl (64-bit) Free

Some of you are probably questioning why I would build a $4000 computer and not buy an operating system. I am using the the Windows 10 Tech demo as my daily driver and I am very happy with it. There are many pros and a few cons with this tech demo. By far the biggest advantage is it is free, If I was actualy buying windows I would need a Pro copy, if I ever plan on using 32GB of RAM in the future. I still have a dislike for windows 8 and every time I use it I end up installing the classic start menu and disabiling metro as much as possible, so at the end of the day windows 8 is just a less user friendly windows 7, I could buy a copy of windows 7 but it has a noticable preformance loss in compairison to windows 8.1. So I honestly dont want to drop $100 on either OS. I actually have windows 10 installed on both of my desktops and my laptop. I installed it on my desktop because for some reason, my copy of windows 7 was being claimed as illage (which it is not) and I wanted to try it out anyway, I installed it on my laptop because my laptop was shipped missing some cruical files needed to both encode and playback many types of video codecs, This made video editing almost impossible, so I installed the tech demo and that fixed the problem.

The Windows 10 tech demo is fantastic, but it does not come without it's flaws, and If you do plan on installing the tech demo you will definitely want to read this. After a week of using the tech demo on my older desktop, I had my first bluescreen ever on that computer while attempting to boot-up Far Cry 3. The computer restarted and was perfectly fine but was still concerning. The other issue is compatibility, though 98% of programs made for windows 8.1 will work with 10, there are still those that will not, If these programs important like a BIOS update tool, this issue is a major pain.

Ironically the my biggest isse with windows 10 is not bugs or compatability problems but the OS itself. Microsoft is trying to improve the windows search feature which now should be able to find files even with spelling errors or a description. However the most ass-backward as fuck feature microsft has ever though to add to this OS was the search feature. When the computer cant find your file it gives you a list of items (in grey) that when you click on the uses fucking Bing to search the internet for. What. The. Fuck. Why would anybody ever want to search the internet for a file on their computer, using bing non-the less, Just adding insult to injury is the fact that their is a search bar next to the start menu that only searches the internet. This is by far the worst part of this OS. In my opinon if they wanted to fix it, remove the internet search completely from the start menu and allow for the user to change which search engine they want to use in the search bar.

Multiple desktops is a neat feature, that I rarely use. It seems practical for some people but I honestly just think its just there so Mac users cant say "Does your OS have multiple desktops? I don't think so. [Sips Starbucks Coffee]"


Type Item Price
Monitor Acer G276HLDbd 60Hz 27.0" Monitor Purchased For $178.00

This a great monitor I bought about 3 years ago. It's 1080p, 60hz, 5ms response, and has great color reproduction and viewing angles. This is all you need in a mid range monitor for a decent price.

The Stand however is quite lacking and most people will want a stand when using this monitor. I use it now as a dedicated netflix or video editing screen when not using my swift.


Type Item Price
Monitor Asus ROG SWIFT PG278Q 144Hz 27.0" Monitor Purchased For $749.99

Fast Fluid Sexy Perfection

Cons: Expensive as balls.

Other Thoughts: I have had absolutely none of the problems that other people are having. The TN panel is great. Color reproduction is surprisingly good. No dead pixels. Even backlight.

If you have the money, buy this monitor (and another GPU)


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Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF120 Quiet Edition (2-Pack) 39.9 CFM 120mm Fans Purchased For $25.99
Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan Purchased For $19.99
Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan Purchased For $19.99
Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan Purchased For $19.99
Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan $19.98 @ OutletPC
Case Fan Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm Fan $19.98 @ OutletPC

When it comes to fans, people say "Corsair where you see them, Noctua where you don't. Both fortuity and uniformity the 759D is such an open case that every fan is visible. I think nocuta fans are great but I hate their business model, making there fans incredibly ugly to appear unique. Only recently with the release of their industrial model fans I think they released people want black instead of "Poop Brown and Vomit Tan"

So I went with all corsair fans for this build. Also a lot of planning went into the configuration of airflow, I wanted a 140mm radiator for better CPU cooling but did not come with Static pressure fans. That meant that there were 3 140mm fans as outtake and only 2 as intake. This would create a negitive pressure airflow and would cause dust and debris to enter the case through any exposed area, I definity wanted positive airflow and at the expense of slightly higher overall internal temperatures, would have an almost entirely dust free intiror.


Type Item Price
Case Accessory NZXT Hue LED Controller $29.99

When you are building a windowed computer at this price range, a NZXT HUE is a must. This is the very definition of having a pimped out computer. Every time I am going to show sombody my computer for the first time I crank the brightness to max and set it to rainbow mode. The look on their face is priceless.

For $30 this is one of the best aesthetic items you can add to your PC. I was very impressed at how simple it was to operate as well. Each nob when turned raises or dims it's corresponding color, Pressing the Left buttion changes briteness, Middle for on/off, and right for different modes. It was so simple i never even opened the manual.

I had heard however that the adhesive on the LED strip was terrible. That was confirmed true to me when I removed the paper covering the adhesive, it stuck to the paper instead of the actual strip. It actually works fine for the sides and bottom of the case but kept peeling off the top. I put two strips of electrical tape on the top and it has been stuck there ever since.

This also looks absolutely fantastic inside the 750D


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Keyboard Corsair K70 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard

I will buy this this when it is available Cherry MX Brown without the trampstamp logo. You promised Corsair.


Type Item Price
Mouse Razer DeathAdder 2013 Wired Optical Mouse Purchased For $49.99

This was actually the first item I purchased through pcpartpicker. I honestly had never owned a gaming mouse before and this seemed like the best choice. Two years later I still agree. This mouse is absolutely fantastic and I absolutely would recommend

Though this mouse is great, it's not perfect especially because it's razer. Razer has unforunitly become seen by the market as a company that sells overpriced peripherals that are likely to break, to the more ignorant PC gaming audience, Much like alienware does with computeres. Razer however distinguishes itself from Alienware, in that it's products are actually quite well designed. The Razer deathadder is, in my opinion, one of the most comfortable and ergonomic mice in the entire market. It works with all hand grips (though claw is a bit difficult). It fits all hand sizes comfortably.

The design itself if very smooth and you can move you hand around the mouse easily. The two buttons on the side are good or bad depending on who you ask.


Type Item Price
Mouse Logitech G502 Wired Optical Mouse Purchased For $59.99

I am going to say it straight. I do not like this mouse. I am not saying this is a bad mouse, just not the one for me. Here is my list of reason why:

This mouse was hyped up more than Destiny, and ended up leaving the same feeling disappointment. It is widely accepted across parts of the internet that the "Logitech Proteus Core G502 Tunable Gaming Mouse" is the best overall gaming mouse at the moment. With so many people recommending this mouse to me, and being in the processes of build a new computer, I might as well get one. I tried to check one out before I bought it, but the way the packaging is designed, you can only fit your fingers and bit of you palm on top of the mouse while it is still in the packaging. So you can look at the mouse, but you can really feel what it is like. Seriously Logitech, Take a note from Corsair or Razer, their packaging is much better. So without ever actually feeling the mouse I bought it at Best Buy for $60.

When I first opening it up and tried it out I was both releaved and disappointed. The mouse is supposedly supposed to fit all grip types but the palm grip was seriously lacking. The mouse is skinny and tall which leaves your ring and pinky finger either dragging on the mousepad or curled up uncomfortably on the sides.

The space between your index and middle finger is occupied by the change profile and free-spin mode. I don't know why but logitech decided to make those switches raised and pointy and I have scratched my fingers multiple times while using this mouse. Sometime when I shift my grip, my fingers end up on top of the switches which is extremely uncomfortable. I feel like this mouse was designed to be a held an exact way, and any variation in grip is uncomfortable,

Both of the switches near the scroll while are confortable. The after tweaking around in the logitech software I realized that the profile button is unnecessary. You can set the mouse to switch profiles when a game is launched, which honestly is much more converient than switching profile every time. I suppose you could use the profiles to set diffrenet command for each button (like Ctrl+c or Ctrl+v) but of the 6 people I know who own this mouse, they never use that feature.

The free scroll does not benefit the mouse much either. It is almost too frictionless in that when you start spinning the wheel it will take about 30 seconds for it to stop. This shows how well constructed the mouse wheel is but is still a design flaw. Also considering how out of place the switch for it is, this feature is unnecessary. Though I had fun with the infinite scroll on websites that load infinity, but then realized that this feature is not as good a just center clicking on the page and moving the mouse up or down to set scroll speed and direction.

By far the worst feature about this mouse is the sniper button. I hate the very concept of a sniper button, especially on a high end gaming mouse like this. A sniper button does not improve your aim and in the long run probably makes you play worse in the long run. If you palm this mouse you finger will by default be resting on the sniper button, The sniper button is elevated, plastic, and is curved at an angle shorter than your thumb. It is the least attractive feature of this mouse and runs the palm grip. There are so many better solutions, the sniper button could be at the same level as the mouse and not be correct. What would have made the most sense would to be get rid of the sniper button all together and extend the fantastic thumb grip that the g502 has. If you really need your sniper button, it makes much more sense to re-bind your forward button to a sensitivity clutch, and make a profile where it only activates during gaming, so you don't lose functionality while browsing normally.

I am also conflicted with the scroll wheel. The main complaint that I hear about this mouse is how big the scroll wheel is and how peoples fingers slip on the metal. Honestly the texture and size of the scroll wheel was fine for me. However scrolling with it was overall just unpleasant, A decent amount of force is required to move the scroll wheel, and while it is very tactile, is pretty inaccurate when scrolling down webpages or in game.

The DPI shift buttons are interesting but do provide a benefit while gaming. Any serious FPS player knows that changing you sensitivity regularly will probably make you play worse. Find your idea sensitivity, and stick with it. However these do not interfere with the mouse function at all so it is actually fine.

One thing I knew about this mouse from the start was the weight, I have heard people say how heavy this mouse is, and they are correct. I don't know why they would bother including weights with this mouse in the first place. I honestly thought a heavier mouse would be better. I was wrong. Heaver is not better. After using this mouse as my daily driver for over 3 weeks I was genuinely playing worse. I am quick to adapt but the extra weight is not something you want. It causes the the mouse to slightly glide past where you where you were aiming. I now see why competitive players use mice like the Zowie FK1 and the Deathadder.

The software was also somthing to be desired, It was little things like the ability to add times between macros in synapse that logtiech does not have. When running in the background it takes up over 3 times the memory of synapse. Everytime i tried to calibrate the mouse to my mousepad and the software crashed every time.

But enough with the flaws, This is a good mouse with many redeeming features. The build quality is fantastic, This mouse could last 5 years easily, Very solid feeling, unlike most plastic mice. Fantastic sensor, best on the market. Great for a claw grip. Fantastic thumb grip. The micro switches are very tactile and satisfying. The mouse has groves and it breathable. The feet are very nice.

If you ever plan on buying this mouse, demo it first.


Type Item Price
Headphones Audio-Technica M50x Headphones Purchased For $139.99

I have always had mixed feeling about these headphones but recently have come to appreciate them more. Since I bought these headphones I have always thought they were worthy of 4 stars. They are very comfortable and I can wear them for hours at a time. have be

Type Item Price
Speakers Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2500 232W 2.1ch Speakers $249.99 @ Newegg

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Other Corsair Professional Individually Sleeved Cables WHITE $80.00
Other Corsair Professional Individually Sleeved ATX 24pin WHITE $20.00

So yea.... I can't even begin to rationalize spending $100 on something completely unnecessary like sleeved cables. To be completely honest, If I was not going to be uploading pictures of my computer to the internet, I would have not gotten sleeved cables at all. So this is for you PcPartPicker!

Though these are ridiculously expensive, the quality is fantastic,

I did however make some modification on these cables and installed a few cable combs to keep everything neat. At a certain point I considered sleeving my own cables but imminently realized that even I am not that much of a computer enthusiast.

Type Item Price

Other| Mousepad: Corsair MM200 Gaming Mouse Mat — Extended Edition| Purchased For $19.99 Other| (TBA) Oculus Rift CV1|

Big as hell

Fantastic surface Actually a good value

Cons: Collects dust easily

Other Thoughts: Buy it

| | Total | Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available | $4062.73 | Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-01-05 12:19 EST-0500 |

Compatibility: No issues or incompatibilities found.

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CPU Intel - Core i7-5820K 3.3 GHz 6-Core Processor
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CPU Cooler Corsair - H110 94 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
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Motherboard Asus - X99-DELUXE ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard
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Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory
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Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory
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Storage Western Digital - BLACK SERIES 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
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Storage Samsung - 850 Pro Series 512 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
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Storage Western Digital - Black 6 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
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Storage Western Digital - Black 6 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
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Video Card EVGA - GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6 GB Superclocked+ ACX 2.0+ Video Card
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Case Corsair - 750D ATX Full Tower Case
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Power Supply Corsair - 860 W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
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Case Fan Corsair - Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140 mm Fan
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Case Fan Corsair - Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140 mm Fan
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Case Fan Corsair - Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140 mm Fan
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Case Fan Corsair - Air Series AF120 Quiet Edition (2-Pack) 39.88 CFM 120 mm Fans
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Case Accessory NZXT - Hue LED Controller
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Monitor Acer - G276HLDbd 27.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor
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Monitor Asus - ROG SWIFT PG278Q 27.0" 2560x1440 144 Hz Monitor
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Keyboard Corsair - K70 RGB Wired Gaming Keyboard
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Mouse Mionix - NAOS 7000 Wired Optical Mouse
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Mouse Razer - DeathAdder Chroma Wired Optical Mouse
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Headphones Audio-Technica - M50x Headphones
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Speakers Logitech - Z623 200 W 2.1 Channel Speakers
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Corsair MM​200 Gaming​ Mouse Mat​ — Extende​d Edition
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Corsair Pr​ofessional​ Individua​lly Sleeve​d Cables W​HITE
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HTC Vive
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Total (Purchased): $4675.86

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  • Note:Some physical dimension restrictions cannot (yet) be automatically checked, such as cpu cooler / RAM clearance with modules using tall heat spreaders.

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