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  1. Evolution of My Daily Driver PC Updated

    Took a little bit of time to get it all straightened out to the way I wanted but this is it.
    I will be making more adjustments in the future as the placement of my desk is only temporarily in my Bedroom since we moved our son into the room that was my office.
    Enjoy.  
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  2. Minecraft build Updated

    umm; rtx 2070 super oc 8g
    i5 10600k
    16gb 3600mhzM/18
    1tb nvme + 1tb sata ssd
    z63
    h710i
    z490e asus
    hx750i
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  3. dell vostro sleeper build Updated

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  4. My current Rig Updated

    I didn't have a large budget. I had to make do with a $350 usd budget.  I found a motherboard locally that came from a Lenovo Thinkcentre m93p mini tower. The board itself is a 1150 sockect board and comes with it's I/O shield. I was hoping to find a board that uses 3rd gen intel cpus and was happy to find that this board can use 4th gen cpus for under $12. As for the cpu I went with, I chose the I5-4590 for $50 that I found on Ebay. I didn't buy any ram since I had some lying around. The ram is from Micron and its speed is 1600MHz. I had 3 sticks and they total up to 16GBs total. I wasn't sure what would be a good cpu cooler so I just went with what Amazon recommended. Amazon recommended a cpu cooler from thermaltake for $13. For the gpu I bought a gtx 1060 6gb single fan model on Ebay for $130. I spent $20 bucks for a 120gb ssd from kingston for the boot drive and then I bought a 500gb hdd for storage which costed me another $25. I wasn't sure what psu I needed so I went on EVGA's website and used their power meter to know what psu I needed. Afterwards I bought a 450 bronze psu for $45 from them. For case I bought a Rosewill FBM-01 micro atx tower for $21. I did have to spend $5 for an 24 pin to 14 pin adapter for the motherboard to use my psu. For case fans I bought both from Artic. One is a 80mm and the other is a 120mm fan. Both costed me $16. In total I spent $336 for my rig.
    I did my best for cable management but I'm not sure if it's good enough. It's my first time building a computer.
     A couple weeks later the gtx 1060 stopped working. Sad times. Luckily the seller offered a 30 day warranty so I got my money back. 
    Since Nvidia was a bust I went with a AMD card this time. I bought a rx 570 Sapphire nitro+  8gb  for $110. Card was used for mining for about 3 months according to the seller.
    So I flashed the original bios for the card I got from the manufacturer and the card works great. 
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  5. Rad Problems Updated

    Fans won't fit :(
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  6. PC Showcase Photography Updated

    An album for any photography I take of my very own custom PC.
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  7. Noods? Updated

    Here I'll post many pictures of PC's I personally own/built. From gaming pc's to retro, you'll find a lot here. this will be used as a contrast to @seoz with more black builds
     
    Disclaimer:
    this may not be safe for work. most pictures will be from a phone, so don't mind the quality and my cable management is okay-ish. i know
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  8. Metro Exodus PC Updated

    Corsair 570x case mod & build details,  https://mnpctech.com/metro-exodus-4k-gaming-pc-build-case-mod-mnpctech-worklog.html
     
     
     
     
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  9. The BS4..."Not by Sony" Updated

    Not sure why the album manager uploaded all my photos twice, but yeah... this is my first itx build. very small, very sloppy
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  10. My new budget rig Updated

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  11. Random Build Log Pics Updated

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  12. First Build Updated

    My first personal build from the ground up.
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  13. 2014 - Power Mac G5 Build Updated

    This was a project I made a while back. Never got around to posting it in the build log section. Still, this being my first attempt at actually modding a case, I am proud of it. I made this build in 2014
     
    Specs at the time:
     
    Processor: Intel i7 5960X
    Cooler: Corsair H110
    Memory: 16GB GEIL Evo Potenza 3200MHz
    Graphics: GTX 1080 Founders Edition
    Motherboard: ASRock X99m
    PSU: Cooler Master ProM 1000W
     
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  14. 2013 C70 Build

    Motherboard: MSI Z77A-GD65 Gaming
    CPU: Intel Core i5-3570k @ 3.2GHz (3.8 Turbo Boost)
    CPU COOLING: CORSAIR H60 Hydro Series Liquid Cooling
    PSU: CORSAIR Pro. Series HX750W
    RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB
    GPU: PNY GTX 680 2GB
    OPTICAL: LITE-ON 24X DVD Writer Black SATA Model w/LightScribe
    HDD: 1 Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200RPM HDD, 1 Samsung 840 120GB SSD Boot
    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1
    ENCASEMENT: Corsair C70 Black Edition
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  15. 1st build

    uugh; this is my new rig lol; FOR MINECRAFT 😎
    i5 10600k rtx 2070 super
     

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  16. 1600x GTX 1080 Updated

    Finished new PC Build $2700 CAD
     
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  17. "Spike" PC Mid Gaming Rig Updated

    My Personal RIG: "Spike"

    Processor: AMD A8-6600K OC'd 4.2Ghz
    Motherboard: Gigabyte F2A78M-HD2
    Hard Disk: Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB
    RAM: Transcend 4gb DDR3 1600 CL11
    CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212X
    PSU: Corsair CX500M
    Casing: Tecware Omega

    Fans and Extras:
    2x DeepCool Ice Blade 120mm
    1x DeepCool X/BL LED 120mm
    1x Corsair SP120
    1x NZXT Sleeved LED Kit
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  18. 1st acrylic build Updated

    Only done one custom loop before, but decided to have a go at acrylic tubing, build is all EK components, haven't tried any others, but more than happy with their products :)

    Case: Corsair 750D
    Asus Maximus VII Hero motherboard
    i7 4790K@4.7 1.207V
    2xMSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G (+87mV,122%PL, +185MHz core clock, +470MHz mem clock)
    HyperX Fury 2x8GB 1866MHz CL10
    Samsung EVO 250Gb
    Samsung EVO 500Gb
    Corsair RM850 PSU

    Cooling:
    EK Supremacy Elite 115x CPU block
    1x 360 EK Coolstream XTX rad
    1x 240 EK Coolstream XTX rad
    7x Corsair SP120 PWM
    1x Corsair AF140 Quiet Ed.
    2x EK-FC980 GTX TF5 fullcover GPU block with backplate
    1x Asus M7G mosfet block
    EK DDC 3.2 PWM pump
    EK X3 250 reservoir

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  19. 2014 BitFenix Prodigy Updated

    Started this project in February 2014 and am using this machine as my main rig.
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  20. $1500 AUD Build. Small Price - Big Looks

    My new build :)
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  21. 2014 Build Updated

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  22. 1st 6 Core processor in my life. Updated

    Loved it to bits, and, there are more changes to come in this rig.

    My rig was featured in NZXT Malaysia's FB page.
    https://www.facebook.com/NZXTMsia/photos/a.609523982474341.1073741829.559283987498341/719544991472239/?type=1&theater
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  23. zfz.Radiance Updated

    I call the project Radiance. The inspiration is an item from DotA that when equipped causes your character to radiate a damaging aura. The item icon in DOTA2 is represented by a glowing blade and creates a visible aura around your character; it is this aura that I was trying to re-create with the lighting system installed in the computer. While this serves as the inspiration for the aesthetic I don’t want overt branding to alienate those who might appreciate a tasteful and elegant piece of art; this is what I hoped to achieve.

    Powder Coated Case Labs SM8, I chose Prismatic Powders for the color.

    PC Part Picker: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/ultimatt/saved/7WRkcf

    Pushes 4.98 stable at dangerous voltages without heat issues, but runs rock solid at 4.8GHz and 1.28V so that's where we keep it.
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  24. "Interface" Progress Updated

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  25. 2013 RIG

    2013 gaming rig.

    *Chassis:Corsair Obsidian 900D
    *PSU:Corsair AX1200i
    *Mobo:Asus Maximus VI Extreme
    *RAM:G.Skill TridentX 32GB@2400mhz
    *CPU:Intel Core i7 Haswell 4770k
    *CPU Block:Koolance 380I
    *GPUs:EVGA GTX 780 SC SLI
    *GPU Blocks:Koolance VID-NXTTN
    *SSD:2xSamsung 840 Pro
    *HDD:9,5TB (3+2+2+2+500)
    *Displays:3xDell 2713hm
    *Keyboard:SteelSeries APEX Gaming
    *Webcam:Logitech HD Pro C920
    *Mice:Logitech G700
    *Trackpad:Logitech T650
    *Fans:19xCorsair Air Series SP120 PWM HPE HSP // 3xCorsair Air Series AF140 QE HA
    *Rads:Koolance 4x120mm 20-FPI // Koolance 4x120mm 30-FPI
    *Fans&Lightning&Temps Control:Corsair Link (1 Commander + 5 Cooling Nodes + 2 Lightning Node)
    *Sound Card:NI Audio Kontrol 1
    *Speakers:ESI Near08
    *Headphones:AKG K701
    *Gamepads:PS3 Dualshock 3 + Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 + Logitech Rumblepad 2
    *PCIe USB 3.0 HUB: DeLOCK PCI Expr.C >5x ext +2x int.USB3.0

    *Airflow:
    -Top:8x120mm in 480mm rad (Push/Pull Outtake)
    -Back:1x140mm fan (Outtake)
    -Front:3x120mm fans (Intake)
    -Bottom-right:8x120mm in 480mm rad (Push/Pull Intake)
    -Bottom-left:2x140mm fans (Intake)
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