Temps have stayed relatively low. The MOBO has a digital temp reading you can actually see through the case.
Sorry for the late respone, It is a Husky Mounts Gas spring mount.
I honestly have not been able to tweak it to exact settings. I used settings based off reviews from amazon, which seem pretty good so far.
Roughly 70 inches
I've heard a lot of good things about Asus, I decided to go with MSI for two reasons: it was on sale, and the gaming M7 is a very good board, and my last MOBO was a MSI and lasted for years. The only gripe I have is the update software for MSI, it's lacking a bit on updating things correctly. I'd say which ever one is on sale! AVOID REBATES :P
Well, honestly, I haven't tried out the Killer ethernet port yet. I have read pretty bad reviews about it, so for not a terrible amount of $$ (and highly rated as well), I couldn't go wrong. You can get it on sale sometimes for less than $20. I have had no issues at all so far with the Intel card.
So far I have not had any difficulty reading text (This is coming from someone who has VERY bad vision). I apologize about the late reply!
So far it's an amazing monitor, it does have the TN panel yellow hue, but it's amazing. I went from a normal 21 inch regular monitor to this, so a pretty big jump. Quality is amazing, G sync works very well, everything runs smooth with 1440P
I actually do not use the Killer Ethernet port, I use a separate Intel board for internet.
Thanks! Maybe in a year or two I'll see what new products are out. I'm too much of a scaredy cat to water cool at this moment haha :P
Thanks a bunch! The desk was an important feature of my whole gaming set up, I wanted enough space to game, as well as be able to do general office/school things. I have yet to bench mark anything yet. I'm going to get in to some MOBAS as well as FPS type games. I'll post some benchmarks when I have them! Thanks again !
Thanks for the advice! As far as cable management goes, I shall do that to improve the placement of the keyboard cord. I bought a ton of velcro cable ties. I'll definitely look in to the GPU, MOBO, and CPU cable extensions. Appreciate it!
Windows Boot up time is at 25.22 Seconds.
Thanks a bunch!