NIOX is the ultimate PC for December running an FX-8320 with an R9 390X.
Build Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpENEa-On-I
Tis the season.
For this build, pick up a 120gb ssd. Great cable management and your photos actually look tremendous. Love your YouTube and keep posting videos for us all to watch! All you need is a ssd and this build will be near perfection! Keep it up! Also merry Christmas to you. :)
Parts and cable management look great! That setup for the photos really looks professional. Are you thinking of maybe picking up an ssd?
Did u know he runs a youtube channel called techsource？He has almost 500k subs. lovng this build ：）
I didn't know!
Now u know ＼(o^)／! Definetly go check him out he's a great dude!
I Have the 390x. It's pretty great.
I've been a subscriber for a while. Great quality videos and builds. Keep it up.
I was going to ask why you went with a 1tb Seagate when a 2tb is essentially the same price, then I noticed it's a hybrid :) Nice hardware choices, but why not spend the $30 or $40 more and get the MSI 990FX Gaming board?
The good old red and black theme! Today everyone, Edgar aka 'Tech source' (check out his channel by the way guys, excellent content) is back again with another sexy build. I honestly love your proficiency with these builds. Looks exactly like you put the extra mile to make it stand out. I can give you a 200 dollar budget (maybe not possible? hehe) and you can still make that PC look sexy!
Moving on, i kind of wish you added a red sleeved cable for the GPU power. Would of gave it that extra kick of red which would of made this almost immaculate to look at! But hey, it's something you can aways add without worrys. It looks sexy anyways. Great job mate! Cant wait to see more PC **** from you!
Great build as always Ed! +1
Just searching through pcpartpicker and I saw Techsources logo, AND bam you're here :) Love you vids!
Are you seriously Ed, why isn't your name techsourse then, no offense, just saying? Sorry, just had to point it out
I'm using the MSI 970 Motherboard as well with a gigabyte R9 390 but the GPU isn't working. I have heard other people having the same problem with the two components. Is it the motherboards fault?
Wow, fantastic build for not too much over $1000. Do you think a 500W could handle the load?
somehow i knew this was you ed. huge fan