A friend of mine that works at intel was able to snag me an OEM verison of the 6700k at a great price a few weeks ago and I never bothered to change the picture
The white cables are extensions from cable mods. Regarding the power supply, it is overall a pretty good unit but I'd reccomended spending a bit extra on the 650gs unit or even the 650g2 (which is modular).
Cablemods cable combs
Your computer is better than my initial build regarding part choice and price to performance. You were able to squeeze in more storage while making few compromises.
EVGA cards are great, I have a 1070 SC in my build, its quiet and overclocks fairly well.
Plenty of room mate, you might also wanna replace the stock rad fans. They get pretty loud, especially under heavy load.
Gotta run those Shaders man
Nice looking pc and part selection, great name too! +1
Yes. At the time of purchase, the pc came out to just over $1300. Approximately $1320 I believe.
are you looking for extensions or a full kit? If you are looking for extensions here they are on newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812987035&cm_re=white_cable_extension-_-12-987-035-_-Product
On a side note, are you planning on doing lots of rendering, if not you can save about $100 by sticking with an i5.
Yea, the 400c is easy on the eyes
Heres a pretty good PC. OS is included as well as a aura motherboard and white extensions.
The case is overall very sturdy, though the side panel scratches very easily
I'd highly recommend both products. The corsair 400c is a fantastic case. The building process is fairly easy and cable management is a breeze (without cable extensions), but if I were to buy a case now, I would definitely go for an S340 elite. Regarding the AIO, the temps are usually under 60C at load and 26C at idle , although I've yet to overclock.
I dont know about a constant 140 at very high-ultra settings but It'll definately do if you turn the settings down a bit. Also you might want to check out the forums for any hardware related questions :)
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Never enough SSD's
I get it you were "inspired" by science studio
Great small form factor rig. I'm thinking about doing something similar with my 4770k and adding something like an rx 480
Nice build btw do yourself a favor and spend an extra $40- $50 on a headset, if you plan on using it for long gaming sessions
I've never gotten the chance to visit a microcenter. The closest store (Wanye PA) is a good 2 hours away, and I'm debating whether its worth it.
Nice build. How slient is that 212 evo? You might have been better off with something like the dark rock pro 3 but thats just my opinion.
Yea that works pretty well for me. I've been doing that for about a year now.
Nice build you got there. The new acx 3.0 cooler really looks fantastic IMO.
Nice part choice, but that case's cable management is horrendous. Definately check out the NZXT S340 if you are looking for a better case. It looks great and comrs on at about $60
Why didn't you just rma the 760t. Corsair probably would have sent you a new one, or at least a non scratched sidepanel.
Most builders strive to make their PC's look like a mini fridge... +1 for this awesome build, hope you can get a graphics card soon. The GTX 1070, GTX 1060, and RX 480 are all great options
Amazing Mods. I've never seen anything like this.
Great build, love that case!! Btw, Where did you get white corsair vengeance lpx. I cant seem to find it anywhere.
Nice build, you really got the most out of your money!
Awesome PC, definatly feature-worthy!!
Nice build. Its not really a major upgrade, but I understand why you wanted to leave the 970 sli setup. How is that monitor? I was considering picking one up sometime.
Nice looking 1080p rig. I can understand why you went with an rx 480. Its kinda hard to justify spending nearly double the price for a 1070.
Nice. With your motherboard choice, you have the option to downsize if you so choose.
Wow... someone actually did it. All kidding aside, this build is looking fantastic. How do the dual 480's perform compared to other graphics cards?
Beautiful PC, the MSI X99 godlike is a sick motherboard, The case is great, but it could use a bit more tempered glass.
More Pictures Please. Some of us are starting to question the legitimacy of this build.
Overall great PC. It's insane to see how much money you can save by finding deals and looking into slightly used components.
WD black drives have a few advantages that justify the slightly higher price. All of these drives are rated for higher endurance along with a 5 year warranty.
Nice job on this pc. I reccomend waiting another few weeks for the 1060 custom cards and benchmarks before buying your gpu.
First custom loop I've seen in the 600c. It's nice to see the work behind a water cooled build.
Might want to buy a z170 motherboard. Your current motherboard will not allow you to take full advantage of your part configuration. Besides that hiccup, great looking build, the nano s is a fantastic case!!
Well whatever... i just assumed they picked the wrong model because an evga card is shown in the first picture
They bought evga not msi.
Looks slick. Just a little upgrade from your past build.
It is bit upsetting to see that nvidia's "mid range card" costs around $430- $500. Like you said, the prices probably won't go down, at least not until the amd's vega launch in Q4.