Yes I agree there all downgrades but the last one was to have 4GB of memory and the 280x quit working because it was bought from Ebay. If the 960 would of been a 4GB model i wouldnt downgraded to a 1050ti
Becuase I was leasing it from NoComprimise Gaming and somehow it quit working and then I decided I didnt want to pay payments anymore so I bought the 280x
Man if your coming from 90's built computers and dell computers you have done a amazing job. this is one amazing computer welcome to the real #pcmasterrace you will never go back to prebuilt from system builders like dell i have two system built by gateway and hp. all other have been built by me.
I think you need to change your parametric filter for the motherboard and delete the crossfire like the motherboard it suggest is the
Gigabyte - GA-Z270P-D3 which isn't sli compatible. also I am looking to upgrade my build this because i have a I5 4690k on a H97 motherboard because i damage my last z97 board and also I got a Gksill 8 GB DDR4 2400 kit that i bought early last year when prices was normal in expectation to upgrade to skylake but i lost my income. Is a I5 4690k to 7600k build worth it. I have a somewhat good case the corsair 100r windowed and evga supernova nex 650 watt power supply and a Adata 256 GB SSD. I just need more storage becuase i only have a Western Digital cavair blue 500 gb hard drive and looking to upgrade my 960 2GB to a 1070 or 1070 ti for plans fpr a 1440p monitor.
Man this thing is gorgeous. what a beastly setup. I got a daughter that 8 that likes minecraft and roblox. she tried playing titanfall once she was pretty decent once i explained how the game works.
for one the 6600k wasn't available when i bought the 4690k. I upgraded to the EVGA Supernova NEX G2 650 watt.
I upgraded to EVGA Supernova NEX G2 650 watt
Yes under load around mids 30 idle
in the high 70's
Looks good man awesome build load that things with game and have fun
This is a great build i enjoyed helping you
i do enjoy it it play all my games i have very well and my daughter like it too
yes i do just use it web browsing and gaming it it a long story but i least the 970 from a company called nocomprimisegaming and they mark it up $95 so when it fired i told they could keep i didnt want it replaced
i hate tell you this not my first experience im not looking for approval just advice i been building computers since i was 17 years old and im 33 now ive seen computers go from single core cpu and megabytes of ram to this and yes it does what i want i was building computers before youtube existed
it a nice monitor
i bought windows 8 around april of last year i have downloaded the free update to 8.1. Yes i did look at the 780 lightning
i think they mean for dual 780
it overclocked to 4.5 Ghz
i just set a custom fan profile they stay around 80
it something you just have to get use too
kinda I Have increase the power limit to keep the first one from downclocking
I can understand GTX 770 SLI but a i7 is just a waste of money for gaming. in Battlefield 4 all 4 cores are use about 65% each so i dont see 4 more logical core would help
Yep i was shocked at the increase from 2 to 3 cards
True i wish i had at least two 770
Yes they are
yea just going return the settings to high or medium and send the 3 rd one back at least i have more space between the cards and they run at 16x a piece in 2 way sli
yea i dont even use it. i currently has a copy of Mac OS X on the 500 GB drive that barely boot in once a while. just love to game more.
i would do that but difference from two 760 and two 780 is too steep for me
Anytime you seem nice
i like your PC too
thanks you could anytime you wanted
yes i got running 1200 on core 1600 on memory
I also bought them second hand for $450. the original owner bought the first card in June of 2012 and bought the second card Nov 2012.
no i have two but they were black screening during games and the desktop
yes i was having issues with them i didnt want to go through RMA
you have to turn the iphone sideways to upload on here i found that out the hard way
i tried my best. i am not sure cable management you are talking about