Yupp. I haven't used the same headset for 4 years but the same model. Logitech replaced them for me basically. I think its inevitable to break this set.
The G930 is amazing. I have been using it for the past 4 years. Sound is decent, but I'm not a crazy audiophile.
Logitech has decent support so I am on my 3rd headset. The plastic hinges broke on me once, and I think that the battery completely died but they replaced it. Also, the leather wears down eventually, but it's fine.
I would recommend it highly besides. Logitech's 1 year warranty is pretty solid.
The Silverstone ones are just extensions and that's why I liked em. In the future I plan to individually sleeve or buy a set. I believe ensourced is where I would go for sleeved cables.
The phantom is a case I highly considered when I was building but this one definitely takes aesthetics to a new level. Maybe look at the Silverstone tek sleeved cable extensions?
Er. That price is wrong. I got these for like $100 each.
In the past I have had a lot of drives crash and because of that I choose the raid array and my work flow cycle. I already filled one array of 2TB. While I could have opted for 780ti's, a lot of these drives were old ones that I owned so I am just excycling.
Love the build! Red & Black color scheme is super sexy & gaming oriented.
Question. Which screws did you use to screw in the radiator to the bottom fo the case?
I had my radiator in pull for the bottom, and not PUSH (same for the back one).
Haha, thanks for checking out the build! My friend giggled at this comment as well.
Thanks. I am very proud. I labeled the drives for the raid. Just a little easier to keep track of :).
Aha, the raid controller was simply for a Raid 1. Nothing else!
Checking out your build now!
A lot of these parts are recycled (mostly drives and monitors).
The prices in this do NOT reflect what I got the parts for, but I will try my best to edit them to reflect that.
& thanks for liking the build! :)
A lot of these parts are recycled.
The new parts are the ram, case, PSU, mobo, raid controller, cpu, 2x240gb SSDs.
The 128gb SSD was in my old system and that's why I recycled it.
Yeah the 1150 socket is compatible, but I wouldn't be able to take full advantage of other offerings with the Haswell Refresh.
I didn't see too much of an advantage in the board, and I got this board at a significantly cheaper price.
I would have gone for that but it's an extra $200, and I just decided to overclock. I opted for 32gbs because I use the PC for various Video/Photo editing purposes.
On top of that, I just like keeping things open so I don't have to wait.
I would have loved the 4930K, but I was happy enough to get the 4770k since it can overclock & has 4 cores 8 threads @ 3.5, but I OC'd to 4.0 to match the 4990k. Still, I think I will is it a little more to 4.4ghz depending on my usage.
I haven't had a chance to check VRMS yet, but I will ASAP and post it!
I was thinking that, but I will have to just see how I like it. I put the red one on because my mobo is the Hero (red). But yeah, I'll switch it up
That cooler is supposed to be rated as long as the warranty is.
I don't think corsair would sell a product that would need to be changed every 6-9 months and offer a 5 year warranty.
You might want to look a mechanical keyboard for such an expensive gaming PC.