The X34 ended up leaving because I just wan not using it for games as much as I thought. When I did play with it I would slouch and lean back a little with my neck resting on the top of my chair which was comfortable enough.
I had originally planned on getting a swingarm for it, but I wasn't about to spend another $150 just for a single monitor mount when that's what the pyramid mount for all four cost.
EDIT: I should add I stopped using that chair in the picture some time ago.
Look. Don't judge me. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Great product for anybody fitting that 40% demographic of Japanese males over 30 who are still virgins.
This isn't anything I could see coming over the pond.
i7-5930k, two ASUS 1080s and a single 950 in one tower.
I've other parts lying around in unused or half finished builds, but I'm not sure those count.
OCN and /r/buildapc are for sure my top two.
I easily hit 120FPS in GTA V Online. SLI is decently supported.
Settings are maxed, as are all thing I do.
Two 1080s is fairly pointless. Coming from somebody who has two, most games will not utilize SLI.
The XB271. The X34 will not fit on my monitor mount with both of the B276s in landscape.
Biting. I'm already using one, really, but here's roughly what I have planned for my next build. The price is about what I paid for my current build.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
It's doing just fine with no issues to report. It overclocked itself very easily, though I did manage to get a little bit more out of it on my own.
Other than my FEs putting up exactly the same numbers and clocks and temps that non-ref cards put up, sure. They're completely crap.
I find that I don't have quite enough room with three monitors when I'm doing some heavy use or while playing EVE across all accounts.
I have an XB271HU for the main which more games support as it's a really standard resolution. A lot less games support the X34's resolution, so I put it on the top. I still use it for gaming, though.
For the backgrounds I use DisplayFusion.
From three panels to one, no. From two to one, yes.
Hand sanitizer. Sorry.
I get much more screen real estate this way, and it ends up being about as expensive.
Mounting two X34s on a desk as small as this one is also incredibly awkward.
You should probably read the description. :)
This was mid-drink and rum & Coke is my go-to.
2006 Audi S4. Last of the V8 S4s.
The top card gets to 71C at its hottest with max fan and the bottom card gets to about 58C with max fan.
I was with TNT until CO2 ran through their space. I liked the CO2 guys when we still flew with them so I'll be joining up rather than trying to firesale all of my assets.
"I like nice things but I like money, too."
At most I'd upgrade to a 6900K.
Sorry. Fort Drum. :(
The 950 Pro will only ever get x4 speeds regardless of whether it's plugged into an M.2 x4 slot or a x16 PCIe slot via a riser.
They're hyper silver Enkei Raijins to replace the stock BBS CHs on my car. I wanted more modern rims while keeping a semi-stock look.
The CHs are being moved to winter duty.
I had already bought these a year ago.
The mic was picking up way too much background noise and my wind guard had not come in yet. Like you said. Whatever works, works. :)
That's the plan as soon as they become available. ;)
Pop filter and sock, thank you! The A/C in this new room is much too noisy and my wind guard had not come in yet, so I made do with the sock.
The first word that comes to mind is "good". I've not run any legit benches with a single card, but I might pick up a couple of RX 480s when they come out to do a little test. I'm thinking of starting a Google Docs spreadsheet and do some benches with new cards as they come out.
Oh that's not my aim at all! I just wanted to share my excitement.
I actually got my wind guard for it today. Two days earlier than I thought.
Goodbye, pop filter and sock. You will be missed.
I still can't get very good frames out of Minecraft, though. :/
I guess I have to start over.
It's good to be back! I've not even unpacked yet. Everything has revolved around getting this set up. There's a massive wall of boxes behind me right now and I'm putting off unpacking it all.
When you buy G-Sync monitors for their mad adaptive sync only to find your cards don't run anything slow enough to make use of it. :/
The Deluxe was bought when I had planned on three GPUs to drive everything, as well as for the color scheme.
I could have absolutely used a Pro instead. This is true. The Deluxe was only $50 more expensive at the time, though. In the grand scheme of things it's a very small amount.
They are not mutually exclusive. I set out with no budget in mind and this is where i ended up.
I did not buy massively overpriced SSDs for everything. The case is reasonable, if old. There's no overpriced RAM. The CPU was a good choice for my original parts list and is still not a 5960X like it could have been.
So yes. A reasonable build that had no budget limitations.
The chair and desk will get replaced in a month or two. They came with the room.
Honestly, I haven't even unpacked. There is a veritable wall of boxes behind these pictures.
They're some Enkei Raijins which are replacing the BBS CHs that came with my car. The CHs are being used as a winter rim now.
I've definitely gotten my money's worth out of them.
They do well enough with mid-range impedance, but I would not expect to drive anything like 300-ohm HD 580's while still being able to push a lot of volume.
I'm replacing the old rims on my S4 with them. I've been meaning to replace the stock rims for a while.
They were kind enough to send it out to me for a couple of months to do a write-up of it. I'll be posting to some Reddit subs and around here about it in a couple of days.
In the end I'll probably just buy this one from them outright. That's how much I like it.
Absolutely. I set out with no budget in mind and this is where I ended up.
Too often people with massive budgets exceeding even what I spent on this go for hideously expensive parts just because they are willing to spend a ton. There are no Dom Plats here which perform the same as any other RAM. No 1TB Evos which are over $100 more expensive than the 960GB Ultra II. I didn't go for the 4K G-Sync displays just because I could.
Everything was done with spending a reasonable amount of money in mind while not skimping at all on performance.
The only reason the HX1000i is in here, for instance, instead of an RMx is because I got a great deal on it at the time of purchase which brought it down to the price of the RMx.
It's seriously amazing. I would wait until toward the end of this year when the updated model comes out, though. It has better OSD interaction as well as a standard 100Hz instead of the overclocked 100Hz, not to mention the more dramatic curve. It should be about the same price, though.
And thank you!
There's having no hard budget and there's the 6950X. At most I'd do the 6900K.
I've always wanted the 600T and, like I said, I made the terrible mistake of getting the Lanboy Air at the time. There was something seriously wrong with me.
As much as I try to keep things short I always end up being long-winded. :(
Thank you! I wanted it to be amazeballs enough that I wouldn't be tempted to upgrade it again.
Little did I know that I'd look at the FT05 and want to redo everything immediately.
doesn't just looking at virtual pcs get boring?
doesn't just looking at virtual pcs get boring?
Sometimes, though the periods of lost interest I have are generally form getting tired of fighting the uphill battle against users with no idea of what they are talking about. Putting together the lists themselves doesn't really get boring. A lot of it is the same thing over and over so you make a change or two within each price bracket to suit the OP's requirements and you're good to go. Occasionally you get to do something fun like ITX or high-budget builds.
It also helps if you get to handle real hardware outside of the site. For instance, Acer was kind enough to provide for me a Predator X34 to build around, so I'll start in on that when I get home in a couple of weeks. I've been checking, rechecking, and tweaking this parts list for months now in anticipation and it never gets old. Actually having the hardware to put together some dream builds makes it much better. It's also a great way to get some real experience with parts instead of basing all of your decisions off of what other people have said.