good tips, i'd agree with that
i cant see your wireless network adapter where is it?
woah we have a crazy similar build, what games are you playing and are you overclocking anything- if so, how?
it would be nice to see inside the case, what do you think of the monitor?
what about adaptive v-sync
hey very curious as to how you changed the power led color, interested in modding my case like that
haha the whole way through the only thing i can remember is that calendar, your wife must be super awesome
k so i know this is a bit dated but have to say- love this build! so very cleaaan. way to go! also what do you think of that monitor?
Just curious- what monitor did you end up buying?
i mean this goes beyond anything on here- this is a work of art.
beautiful build man..
cables.. cables everywhere...
super clean. nice build
nice build man.. wish i had the funds to throw down on something like that.. beautiful
yeah.. well its kind of already built but thanks for your input lol.
thats the idea- so far no problems but ill probably add another soon
pretty much even performance and ive heard better things about the way intel works with nvidia.
went back and forth on this- basically i heard from a few diff places that 1 stick of 8gb is faster than 2x4GB so i went with the highest rating/cheapest RAM i could find.
Side note- i had to reset the ram after my build because i was having some issues with it. what would you have suggested?
thanks! she's my best bud:)
honestly i think it might have been my fault..
Basically when i mounted it to my case i had to push it towards the i/o shield (with quite a bit of force), had trouble lining it up to the standoff screws basically. so now the very top corner of one of my usb ports is slightly covered by the i/o shield and im unable to use it. i could take it apart but.. well, 2 sides of thinking here: "Hey thats not right! you're missing out on a USB port so fix it!" and "dude.. your computer works.. let it fly." Considering this is my first build and everything works (minus that USB port) im for the latter.
also the case i bought, for some unknown reason; had no instructions whatsoever on where to mount my motherboard so that might have been my problem.
hope this helps- good luck on your build!