My PC Setup, recent build & my first ever build
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1050 TI G1
motherboard: Gigabyte B250M-Gaming3
CPU: Skylake I5 6500
16 gb Team Delta DDR4 Ram
2tb Barracuda HDD
Case & PSU: Thermaltake Versa N25 & 600 watt combo
Peripherals: Thermaltake TT esports Commander Keyboard - TT esports Talon mouse
& just some cheap Chinese fans & CPU Cooler
Long time no see!! How is everyone?? Heres my pc.. a bit dusty.. i know.
i5 4670K @ 4.2
MSI Gaming 5 motherboard
R9 390 GPU
BeQuiet Silent Base 800 custom cut window and decals
heres how it looked before it was dusty (and with an older R9 270)
interesting.. the dusty one is with a nicer newer phone.. picture isnt nearly as good though!
Here is my good friend^^
i7 8086k cooled with EKL Olymp
16GB DDR4 3200MHZ
R9 290X that needs an upgrade but because of budget i cant buy something new ^^
MSI Z370 SLI Plus
I won the CPU in the 40 years of x86 celebration giveaway from Intel that way i could afford to upgrade from my 2500k to my new PC. But cant afford a new GPU. The 1070 would be perfect to make it a balanced system!
My constantly changing build as it sits, until i decide to mess it up again.
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 @3.7GHz
2X8 Corsair Vengeance DDR4 @3000MHz
MSI X370 SLI Plus (for now)
MSI Gaming X 1080 @2075MHz
Samsung 960 Pro SSD 2566GB
WD Black 2TB HDD
Corsair RM1000i PSU
Corsair 750D Case
Various EK and alphacool watercooling parts
Wow many different builds here!
Ok so what I have is a z97 system. It is a good system and I like it very much. If I win this giveaway, I will gladly giveaway my EVGA GTX1060 SC to another member in this threat to pay it forward and keep the love going!
Good luck all!
CPU: i7 4790k @4.6ghz
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-U14S
MOBO: ASUS Z97-A/USB3.1
RAM: 16gb Corsair Vengeance
GPU: EVGA GTX1060 SC
PSU: EVGA 750 G3
CASE: Thermaltake Suppressor F31
Full tower case from way back when with custom look (yes, that is a smaller ATX mid tower next to it in the first image).
Phenom II-x2 955BE CPU unlocked to a quad core and overclocked.
MSI 870-G45 MB.
8GB GSkill DDR3 RAM.
Sapphire R9 280X TRI-X GPU.
Sapphire R7 240
ASUS Xonar DG 5.1 sound card.
1x WD Black Edition 1TB HDD.
1x Hitachi 500GB HDD (15yrs old).
1x WD generic 500GB HDD.
Logitech G510 Keyboard.
Logitech G600 mouse.
Corsair HX750 750W PSU.
Primary screen: Samsung 24" 1080p monitor (no display port)
Secondary Screen: Vizio 42" 3D HDTV (old "smart TV" kind but still pretty).
Tertiary screen: Generic 20" DELL monitor.
Custom built 5.1 surround sound using a Yamaha HTR-5830 receiver and optical audio port.
Various blue LED fans inside and two blue LED light strips.
2x DVD-RW drives (only 1 hooked up b/c I don't have enough SATA ports).
Computer case drawer for discs and stuff.
Custom power switch setup.
Ryzen 7 1700x
AsRock X470 Taichi AM4
Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 16GB RAM
Secondary mouse and the TV/Monitor that is above the laptop is for my second computer.
No you cannot see inside my computer because the window panel is a pain in the butt to get off as the metal fits super tight, and the metal is really difficult to bend. There is a couple of images with that panel off, but it's an old one from before the panel was done and before I had some of my current parts.
Scheme is the 501st Clone Trooper marking and color scheme with battle damage and wear.
The "blast mark" is melted plastic painted over.
Blaster mark, lightsaber slash, and a 501st Legion stencil.
The hole is supposed to be caused by an explosion. The bar in the middle is for carrying the case.
Same idea with the black mark and bent metal around the window.
The level of illumination is intense.
I can't stand back far enough to get everything (PC and monitors) in one shot.
The custom design of the case and the custom built surround sound speakers were built by a friend of mine. I am not skilled enough nor do I have the tools for it. It took him many months just to do the case. Thanks man.
The only thing I built, besides putting the PC hardware together, is the stand on which my 42" TV sits.