Jump to content
News Ticker
  • Join us in our daily conversations to keep up with giveaways and reviews
  • RHR Forums

Recommended Posts

47 minutes ago, Arinoth said:

I don't spend enough time and effort on internal cable management to want to show you guys the exaggerated rats nest that is the cabling inside my rigs...

That's the perfect reason to post it up, so people see you don't have to spend 6 hours on your cables for your rig to just work 

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 2 weeks later...
  • 2 weeks later...

Recently put this neat build together 🙂

It is a mix of used and new parts that I feel has potential going forward. Swapping the R5 1400 for a new 6 core and eventually the 1070 for something faster should mean that this puter I put together for my brother in law should be great for a long time IMO. After assembling and using this computer I will say I am surprised by the R5 1400. This computer performs well enough for the people that will use it. Also a note about the P300 case, I enjoyed working with it and would consider another. I appreciate that it was all steel and does not use plastic for any of it's panels. However I would like it to be $20 cheaper 🙂

Phanteks P300

AMD R5 1400

ASROCK B450M Pro 4

2x4GB ram oc'd to 3000mhz (Up Here! RGB heat spreaders) 

EVGA 850 BQ

EVGA 1070

Samsung m.2 256GB

Gelid 120mm intake fan

 

 

** Thanks to all that helped me find value parts to put in this rig 😉 **

 

20200223_120239.thumb.jpg.ef8221c5f5e3b0c7b7b88ba91e0c1db1.jpg20200223_120219.thumb.jpg.e316e520e18abd9596fd1239efde6e42.jpg20200223_120121.thumb.jpg.182c392a780f36232d91f23bea86676e.jpg20200223_120055.thumb.jpg.6ee46736570a9b981973bf9c5318e6c8.jpg

Edited by Mightyunit
Link to post
Share on other sites
6 hours ago, Mightyunit said:

Recently put this neat build together 🙂

It is a mix of used and new parts that I feel has potential going forward. Swapping the R5 1400 for a new 6 core and eventually the 1070 for something faster should mean that this puter I put together for my brother in law should be great for a long time IMO. After assembling and using this computer I will say I am surprised by the R5 1400. This computer performs well enough for the people that will use it. Also a note about the P300 case, I enjoyed working with it and would consider another. I appreciate that it was all steel and does not use plastic for any of it's panels. However I would like it to be $20 cheaper 🙂

Phanteks P300

AMD R5 1400

ASROCK B450M Pro 4

2x4GB ram oc'd to 3000mhz (Up Here! RGB heat spreaders) 

EVGA 850 BQ

EVGA 1070

Samsung m.2 256GB

Gelid 120mm intake fan

 

 

** Thanks to all that helped me find value parts to put in this rig 😉 **

 

20200223_120239.thumb.jpg.ef8221c5f5e3b0c7b7b88ba91e0c1db1.jpg20200223_120219.thumb.jpg.e316e520e18abd9596fd1239efde6e42.jpg20200223_120121.thumb.jpg.182c392a780f36232d91f23bea86676e.jpg20200223_120055.thumb.jpg.6ee46736570a9b981973bf9c5318e6c8.jpg

Damn that looks awesome, thanks for sharing it

good idea in the rgb heat spreaders  really makes it pop

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 1 month later...

Hi all!  This is my first post here, figured I'd get something in for the March giveaway.

Here is the newest addition to the rig family.  Yes, needs more RAM.  I have some ECC single rank b-die for this, but for folding this last week I've been using the RAM with purdy lights.  Also yes, I get the irony of putting Trident Z Royals on a Dark mobo.  That battle carries through to the GPUs haha.

CPU is a locked Xeon Silver 4214.  I'll wait and get an unlocked Cascade Lake CPU down the road.  Not sure if I will put it in a case, I kind of like it on a bench like this.  Also I suck at taking pictures, sorry.

 

xNYpZsV.thumb.jpg.fa146c0518d0db613cfd1bdc0ff9a418.jpg

Link to post
Share on other sites
59 minutes ago, TriOx said:

Hi all!  This is my first post here, figured I'd get something in for the March giveaway.

Here is the newest addition to the rig family.  Yes, needs more RAM.  I have some ECC single rank b-die for this, but for folding this last week I've been using the RAM with purdy lights.  Also yes, I get the irony of putting Trident Z Royals on a Dark mobo.  That battle carries through to the GPUs haha.

CPU is a locked Xeon Silver 4214.  I'll wait and get an unlocked Cascade Lake CPU down the road.  Not sure if I will put it in a case, I kind of like it on a bench like this.  Also I suck at taking pictures, sorry.

 

xNYpZsV.thumb.jpg.fa146c0518d0db613cfd1bdc0ff9a418.jpg

Damn that’s a down payment then some for just that rig right there.

 

looks great and thanks for sharing 

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 1 month later...
10 minutes ago, Ghostneoss said:

image0.jpg?width=508&height=677

THIS IS REDDEVIL 2.0     

specs   

maximus vi formula 

4770k @4.5 ghz

32 gb ddr3 1866 @ 2200 

2xgtx 1070 in sli 

4x sdd

2x hdd

full custom water loop 

 

Awesome looking rig, thanks for sharing with us and welcome to the forum

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Who's Online (See full list)

    There are no registered users currently online

  • Newest Posts

    • Hello everyone, now I am choosing between several laptops, but maybe you can advise me something better my priorities: mostly just for home, for watching movies and YouTube, for some light games (a couple of times a month), and sometimes for work (mostly google drive, various marketing resources, nothing heavy) around 600 USD 15.6" or more Acer, Asus? Order on Amazon? Windows prefarable 256 SSD or more. I will leave links of those notebooks that I am thinking about now https://www.amazon.com/Acer-A515-44-R41B-Hexa-Core-Processor-Graphics/dp/B087N4ZRXV?ref_=Oct_s9_apbd_simh_hd_bw_b2N0e&pf_rd_r=61THRATEMWAKYQZB6J7M&pf_rd_p=121acd9e-769b-5530-ae68-5a92ebd704d6&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-10&pf_rd_t=BROWSE&pf_rd_i=565108 https://www.amazon.com/Acer-A515-55-56VK-i5-1035G1-Fingerprint-Keyboard/dp/B087RTV311/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&qid=1613042065&rnid=13896617011&s=computers-intl-ship&sr=1-10 THANKS!   Cali employee monitoring software
    • Hopefully, everyone can get this card before the bots do. Full unboxing of the new Nvidia 3060 Ti Gaming X Trio from MSI below:  
    • Rest assured that no matter if you choose a mainstream Core i5, a high-end Core i7, or the enthusiast Core i9 that you will be getting a very good to excellent processor. All three offer a lot of performance without all that much upfront cost. It just is those who want to get the best, most optimal, option for their needs should put more time, thought, and effort into their decision. So do your homework. Think about what you actually do with your system. Then come to your own conclusions. Not what anyone, including us, tell you what you should be buying. Doing otherwise may result in a rather major disservice to yourself and your next system.   Read the full review below: https://www.realhardwarereviews.com/intel-core-i7-10700k-core-i5-10600k-review/
    • In summary, if you are looking for a good deal, do not need it to be ‘the fastest’ PCIe 3.0 drive going, and do not plan on hammering it with more than 50% of the free capacity at one time, the Silicon Power UD70 2TB is a good option at a great price. Just understand the target demographics it was built for and the compromises required to hit its low asking price before you track one down.   Read the full review below:  https://www.realhardwarereviews.com/silicon-power-ud70-2tb-review/
    • In summary, if you are looking for a good deal, do not need it to be ‘the fastest’ PCIe 3.0 drive going, and do not plan on hammering it with more than 50% of the free capacity at one time, the Silicon Power UD70 2TB is a good option at a great price. Just understand the target demographics it was built for and the compromises required to hit its low asking price before you track one down.   Read the full review below:  https://www.realhardwarereviews.com/silicon-power-ud70-2tb-review/
×
×
  • Create New...