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Comment reply on KDub57's Completed Build: Big Sis Build

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 points

3200G is perfect for home/office productivity. Its onboard graphics is fantastic for this use as you don have to worry about needin a gpu since can handle normal multimedia. Hell it can even handle some games pretty well too. Did a Geeek A30 mITX build using one for a clients home office no gpu was needed.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: Basic Mid mATX Rig for CoWorkers Son

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Kid will be playing other games lol. This build will last him some time before he really needs to upgrade.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: Basic Mid mATX Rig for CoWorkers Son

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

It’s in the part list. Fans, case and cpu cooler all made by the same company. Just budget stuff. The coolers probably only slightly better than stock but it’s cheap and let him have rgb.

Comment reply on RayvenOne1's Completed Build: .ruby

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Get a m.2 nvme when you can and load your os on that. You’ll notice huge os speed increase compared to the HDD. It’ll feel like a new computer. Of course keep that HDD for storage!

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: Basic Mid mATX Rig for CoWorkers Son

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 points

He knew I build them for fun. So he paid me to set one up for him. Look at my build history for the mITX build he had me do for his wife. That one was fun!

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: Basic Mid mATX Rig for CoWorkers Son

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 points

Gave him some cpu/mobo options with costs. Client choose this cpu/mobo based off cost factor. 3600 would have been a solid choice for $50 plus a more expensive x470 board for 3000 series support bios reasons (loaner could would have taken too long) so the cheaper, faster to obtain, and at not that much of a performance difference went to the 9400f

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Doesn’t matter anymore Im redoing this build with a custom hardline loop in a few weeks.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Got’em

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: Brotaoski PC NOV 2011

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

Still crazy to see the parts of this build and how it turned out... haha I used to think this was the pinnacle of gaming for me. Such an old build with horribly mismatched parts but it ran like a champ for its time. The HDD is still in use to this day as a storage disk but man its nuts to see how much this is aged compared to the stuff out on the market now and how far companies have come in designing parts that are aesthetically pleasing. Hell cold cathode tubes powered the lighting in this instead of LED RGB.

Comment reply on PizzaBrains's Completed Build: My First Custom Water loop

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

I keep thinking the paper towel on the first image is snow/ice lmao

Comment reply on Snakeking's Completed Build: Colbalt Bomb

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

The cpu block bend is the only thing I see that should be revisited. I think if you rotate your block sideways so outflow is on top you could get a better bend or maybe use 2 90 degree fittings to help it look cleaner/straighter in that particular area. That one little bend just feels a little off from the rest of the rig.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 6 days ago
  • 1 point

Youre going to love my soon to be posted Refresh of this build here in a few weeks :)

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 20 days ago
  • 1 point

You can find DIY PSU shroud tuts on YT. But I just got a small piece of acrylic and place it in my case and marked where my bend needed to be. I then used an acrylic cutter to trim excess and took a heat gun to it on the bend and used the edge of a countertop to from it 45 degrees. As far as the design I recreated the case pattern in photoshop converted it to vector so a vinyl cutter could read it and used a vinyl cutter to make each facet. using transfer tape I applied the pattern to the shroud then spray painted it, removed each facet and spray painted with the other color, then hit it with a clear coat. measurements will vary depending if you have front fans/rad/ mitx or matx ect so you have to measure yourself.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 20 days ago
  • 1 point

Honestly not sure i just bought a small sheet from my local Lowes.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Uh thanks I guess. About to post a new build soon.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Not hard at all, I just used a small screw to attach it from the holes on the bottom

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 6 months ago
  • 3 points

Cable management was great. Lots of room in the back. I wouldn’t recommend a non modular psu for this case. You’ll make things really hard for ya.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 9 months ago
  • 2 points

its possible that the shroud I made could still be reused for the other version.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 12 months ago
  • 2 points

its possible maybe

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 12 months ago
  • 3 points

Cheap or not, its an amazing case! I absolutely love it.

Comment reply on Neyshinoda13's Completed Build: Pegasus Project

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

you should get a evga powerlink for your gfx card that way your cables can be connected to the side of the card, and can be more flush/straight instead of 'pinched' by the shroud hole.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 18 months ago
  • 3 points

the bottom of the case has a bunch of vent holes, I simply just used a screw to mount the drive to the bottom of the case. The case has a proper mount on the back panel for a 3.5 as well as 2 ssd mounts. However since I have 2 ssds and 2 hdd, I improvised.

Also the hue+ next to the drive on the bottom is mounted the same way, just a screw.

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 19 months ago
  • 2 points

Yeah but then you having the tubing protruding over the cpu cooler and sitting just under the top fans. Owell.

Comment reply on JeremyCukson's Completed Build: Fancy Lights Cannon

  • 19 months ago
  • 2 points

Tacky? My dude look at my recent build. Embrace the neon blue/pink aesthetic

Comment reply on Brotaoski's Completed Build: OutrunVR (Micro)

  • 19 months ago
  • 2 points

Yeah I agree shame the water tubes for the gpu aio prevent me from actually using it

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