For a first time build it's looking sexayy..
Love the pics 1+
Seeing fortking's reply like o3o
neds moar rgb boiiii baojflkdsjfsdjflkszx
still a gud build though
If a 1050 ti was in stock where I got the 560, I would be satisfied. Overall I like the build but I wish there was a bit more power for some higher settings like shadows in games such as Project Cars 2 (also I don't understand how setting motion blur at max helps my frame rates lol).
Getting upgrades for Christmas, I'm getting 4 GB more to feed Cortana, MalwareBytes etc.. Cable Mod is also a possibility, really looking forward to that the most but I'm thinking about it.
When meeting me, people need to know first that I talk a lot. I take your conversations deep.
^^ ooo found a new siggy
Go ahead, add a lenny face to the last part I said in the sentence above the arrow ;)
Now this is too long wow
How did you...?
Was expecting a reply for a certain car smell xD
I have been a car guy much longer than being interested in PC's
What does the build smell like ;)
Are you going to change your wallpaper to a Skyline also?
Anyway, I LOVE this build! Probably the best I've seen on this website!
Would look very nice if the case was different....
Anyhow I love the theme!
This may be a late comment but, sweet cable management.
These shots great and this build is SICK!
9/10 needs more dragons
I'm not sure what you're talking about, I'm not that close to being intermediate at PC talk. Can you tell me what you mean by "post". My PC is running great, and able to overlock (accidentally did because of game boost , plus I could already do it through advanced). All I know about BIOS is just Intel, Buy a newer CPU with an older LGA 1151 motherboard, and get a new BIOS update. I'm don't know If I'm saying it right but oh well.
We have 3 alike parts.... Also that floor looks alike from where I first held the RAM... Wha????
Sweet build though! Your cable management could have been better if you got a better case. I wouldn't call it call it good for the price. I don't say it was very good. The TYRFING was 60$ in July, and the S340 with great management was 69.99$! I saw yours was 31, which was a good price for it. I got mine for 45$ which wasn't good.
Will try and make a part list, but I will do tomorrow because of being busy right now.
Oh, I just noticed you didn't have a proper hole for your CPU cable. It's actually not your PSU's fault, it's the case.
You've got lots of routes in your case, try looking at mine, yours, and other's cases to see what you can do, it helps!
Thanks! How old is your son? I do part lists on this site a lot and make great ones! What's your budget for him?
Also, I hope you plan to teach him how to build a PC!
I'm about to change the review on the TYRFING because what I've seen with Bitwit's S340 review. The things you could do with cable management was WAY better in there (check out his tutorial on how to build a PC for more cable management!). Honestly back in July and August the TYRFING was 60$,(The NZXT S340 was 69.99!) but then it went back down to 40$ and 45$ in September when I bought it. It deserves to be at 30$ right now. The freedom with cables in that case is not very good.
The cable management could have been better if I got a better case, planning to switch to a S340.
Wait... a 1050 ti in a 1500$ Build????
As well you can see the Doritos and Kraft Mac n Cheese
There aren't any video cards in here?
I don't think this is a gaming pc...