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About m0n5t3r

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  • Birthday 1994-05-24

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  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Somewhere on what American's and others call an island <3
  • Interests
    Love building gaming PC's (Master race)

    Enjoying watching super cars on YouTube
    Driven - Ferrari FF, 2006 BMW M6 - 5L V10

    Enjoy driving my Nissan R33 Skyline GTR to it's limit.
  • Occupation
    IT Support


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 4790k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Maximus VII Formula
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400MHz
  • GPU
    2x EVGA GTX 780 Ti's with ACX Cooler
  • Case
    NZXT H440 Mid tower
  • Storage
    240GB Mushkin Chronos SSD, 120GB SanDisk Extreme SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200 Gold
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE 144Hz 1ms
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i with Noctua NF-F12
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K60 Mechanical Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Corsair M60 Laser Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Creative SoundBlaster ZxR
  1. Components: Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VII Formula with Free Watch Dogs game (Bought) CPU: Intel Core i7 4790k Devil's canon (Bought) RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro 32GB 2400MHz 11-13-13-31 (2x 16GB Kits) (Bought) GPU: EVGA Superclocked with ACX Cooler nVidia GTX 780Ti (Bought, however would love to have the sleek ,sexy looking nVidia reference cooler PSU: Corsair AX1200 Gold PSU (Bought - 2 years ago) Case: NZXT H440 Mid-tower case (Bought - Replacing the Corsair 750D. The NZXT is very clean, love the Matt Black finish SSD: SanDisk Extreme 120GB SSD (Operating System) SSD: Mushkin Chronos 256GB SSD (Games - Titanfall 50+GB's - Flabber gasp) Need a nice matching pair of either Samsung 850 Pro's 512GB or some sleek looking Intel 730 SSD's.OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 (Bought) Love my updates and genuine softwareExternal HDD: Seagate 3TB HDD - Backup and Storage Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster ZxR (Bought - Looks balls to the walls) Cooling: Fans: 6x Noctua NF-F12 PWM - Front Intake - Radiator + Top Exhaust (Bought) 1x Noctua NF-A14 PWM (Monday) CPU Cooling: Corsair All-in-one H100i Liquid cooling unit Forgot to purchase some new Thermal paste (Monday)GPU Cooling: EVGA Dual Fan ACX Cooler Peripherals: Mouse: Logitech G502 gaming mouse Keyboard: Corsair Vengeance K60 MX Red switches Speakers: Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II Headset: Audiotechnica ATH-ADG1 Monitor: ASUS VG248QE 144Hz 1ms Gaming monitor (Bought - Colours are crap, but that's the cost for a fast display)Would like to get a nice IPS/PLS Panel at 2560x1440 Looking out for the ASUS PA328Q 4k monitor Aw yes!!! A free game. Motherboard box test bench - Dat Sexy red Corsair RAM They're not that bad looking actually. (Sorry about the blue-ish tint. Bad lighting and camera phones. Sony's Xperia Z2 20.7MP Camera is bleh) *Sighs* That dam cat. Yes it counts as a box, just..... different. Need more power? Maybe... No. It's just right. Exception Titanfall FPS Dips from 144FPS to 90FPS - Lagoon Map *Sighs*, *Cries*) Dat ROG Armour Doe To be continued on Monday (Tomorrow for me. Yes, I'm from the future) Noctua NF-A14 PWM Fan Arctic cooling Thermal paste or similar (Open to recommendations) Cable Management Corsair H100i Cooler
  2. Pre-ordered one from Computerlounge. Yes it maybe a TN panel, but I don't really care for an IPS panel. I am not a professional, I don't rely on accurate colours, the "Viewing angle" is just fine. I look at my monitor dead on anyway. The screen real estate is what I'm looking for. Plus if I decide to run some games, TN panels have a greater response time.
  3. I would recommend the Audio Technica ATH-ADG1 or the AG1 (Closed variant) Pros: They're light. Have excellent angled open air/closed 53mm drivers. The mic is nice and clear (for what it is). Cons: Price. Doesn't have that initial punch for low frequencies The 3D-Wing support doesn't fit everyone
  4. I would recommend the Audio Technica ATH-ADG1 or the AG1 (Closed variant) Pros: They're light. Have excellent angled open air/closed 53mm drivers. Have a good mic (for what it is). Cons: Price. Doesn't have that initial punch for low frequencies The 3D-Wing support doesn't fit everyone.
  5. Watch Linus and Slick on the live stream. 1.5-3 hour weeks is pretty awesome.
  6. Well once you built your operating system and it's ready to go. You can use a Windows PE (Windows Pre-environment) with imagex.exe and capture the PC's image. Which you can then deploy to the PCs WindowsPE. There are some great tutorials on YouTube with easy steps to get this done.
  7. Hm, I think my X79 is in need for a CPU update. To quote Jeremy Clarkson "Power"
  8. The last Samsung product I will purchase is the 840 Pro SSD.
  9. Rawr! Stegosaurus. Hello Philip
  10. I've always recommended running Malbytes Antimalware and have heard some good results. http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/malwarebytes_free/
  11. Origin do make some really nice PCs and do a very good job on the looks. Well for newer titles that we'll see in the future, the Titan's 6GB VRAM will become very useful Triple monitor. Such as Crysis 3 for example. It's requires an uber amount of graphics horse power to run max out on 5760*1080. I would go for it. There is no such thing as overkill. And don't sell your soul to the devil in the future :P You'll turn into a flaming skeleton.
  12. Same as the HD800's. They are a plastic construction but it makes sense. Sennheiser's goal was for them to be light and comfortable, which I find them to do it just right. But the sound does make up for the $1500 UDS / $2300 NZ Price tag.
  13. Ivy Bridge-E might be my next processor. Thanks for the post GoodBytes!