Hopefully that Molex to SATA adapter doesn't short out and melt! You know what they say, Molex to Sata, Lose all your data.
Oh man it hurts my eyes... IN A GOOD WAY!!!
Very good looking build! I've never had any experiences with DIY PC cases, so I'll have to check one out someday!
You should post some pics of the inside of the case, also I don't trust Diablotek PSU's, they are known to actually explode.
I love builds like this! Xeons are such good performers for their price.
Wow, simply gorgeous, I never really see Yellow/Orange Fans and the look absolutely stunning!
The RX 470 is a much better choice than the GTX 1050ti, so keep your eyes set on that.
Very nice looking build! And amazing performance for $150 dollars!
That's actually pretty cool. Good work!
This is ******' awesome, and probably the coolest thing I've ever seen on PCPP!
Kick *** work dude
Damn good build for the price!
Also, It looks good too, the Dell XPS workstation cases always did look good.
You did it, you built something, good job :p
Oh wow that yellow fan heh
Great build for the price!
Looks good, would you recommend the low profile RX 460?
It would be, I can't wait too see what Ryzen 3 Offers, because Ryzen 5 processors are already destroying Intel's Kaby Lake i5's right now, which I think is awesome. Here's hoping Ryzen 3 makes as much of an impact as Ryzen 5 and 7 does.
For a graphics card upgrade an RX 460, or RX 470 would be great for you!
They get pretty cheap and they perform well for the price.
Yes that would be a good CPU but I would also wait too see what the Ryzen R3 Processors bring to the table, they might obliterate Intel's Celerons/Pentiums/i3's for a cheaper price.
Looks good! I think an RX 460 would be a nice suitable upgrade for the R7 250!
I like budget builds like this, looks good!
Very nice and sleek build, I approve!
They are usually 20 bucks and LGA 771 Xeons that perform on par with 1st gen i7's are cheaper, they are awesome for budget builds.
Good build for a next to nothing price, I think you should do an LGA 771 to 775 mod on the motherboard to get a faster and cheaper Xeon in there, It could bring a bit more life outta the system for cheap, and then maybe throw in an RX 470 or 1050ti ;P
Not bad, nice clean cable management
Looks fuggin amazing
Still a great build today
Some of them yeh
Love the custom case!
You should do more like this!
The Core 2 Quads are still amazing processors for the money... Don't doubt them...
You really are a kind person, I would not have this much patience if somebody cheated on me
It looks great! And I approve of the Xeon!
Dell boards work fine! But you do have to find a custom BIOS because making a custom Dell BIOS yourself is a ***** lol
But just use google and I'm sure you could find the proper modifed Dell Bios.
I can't wait also, Ryzen is gonna be the best thing since sliced bread!
Good to hear :)
That PSU is spooky lookin... +1
Good looking build, how does it perform?
I LOVE LGA 775 systems, It cleaned up really well!
I recently did a Xeon mod to my Dell Optiplex 780 SFF (My main build still lol) and I replaced the old Core 2 Duo e8500 with a Xeon X3363 and the performance boost is massive, I would do it again if I could.
I love the blue! Good job!
Looks very good!
I love used parts like this, I hope too see more in the future! +1
I've always loved the silver RX 470's
Post more pics man!
Ugghhhh wow it looks so good!
This makes me want a new Metroid game ASAP!
I love Core 2 Quads, Nice build!
Nothing wrong with them being lower res, I used a 1280x1024 monitor up until fairly recently, I got a 1080p monitor for free and eventually I wanna try dual monitors with my newer monitor and my old one, I just don't have the desk space right now lol