Wow how did you do that dude
Can you put a case fan on the vent?
He said it was for NAS storage.
A Pentium? Seems a little under powered in the CPU section.I'm not sure about game servers but don't they need a little beefier CPUs?
As you say Doctor...
Alas, there was none.
the mad catz strike 7 acts like your keyboard
i cant do the mutable points :( +1
I don't use stock anyway.
Really? How about the noise? my 6300 oced to 4.1GHz goes to 57c Max.
I haven't even tried my stock AMD cooler so I have no idea how it's like. My Aftermarket cooler has a fan controller that I set to 100% speed all the time.
Okay, I see. I've only actually used aftermarket coolers because they are quieter than stock.
One cable management hole.
You could say it's a hole in one!
Your build should have close to or better performance than MINE! But yea, cable management was all done by my dad (He did this for a job for 13 years). I also did some of the wiring myself.
Thanks! I picked all the parts myself (thank you dad for not saying anything).
It's over 9,000!
Is it a stock one?
Kind of ironic when it's 90% red and black and only two RAM slots and a stick of Hyper X in it to "guard". My friend make that Burnt Ice part. I think it fits nicely.
Okay then. Have fun with your build!
Great cable management but I think you could do better for how much you spent.
I am speech less. That PC must be 20+ years future proof.
That cable management! +1
Sorry. Wanted to have a little fun.
In reality great build. +1
Heck, that would get 1 frame every epoch!
Just joking, of course, awesome build!
Wow! Nice under $300 build.
I wonder if you could make a gaming PC based on this, that would be awesome.