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New build

 

-9900k

-1080ti 

-32gb Corsair vegence 3200mhz ddr4

-1tb Samsung pro m.2

-(x2) 1tb Samsung 970 pro ssd 

-hardline tubing w/ ek blocks and fittings.

-rog claymore keyboard

-g502 lightspeed mouse/pad

-Phillips Fidelio x2 headphones

-Scarlett 2i2 DAC

-AT2035 mic on rode boom

-acer predator x34 3440 x 1440 monitor

-acer predator 27” 144hz gsync monitor

 

excuse the wall, my “office” is under construction haha 

 

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SKYNET MOBILE WORKSTATION

MSI GS75 Stealth 9SG-479US Laptop - Intel 9th Gen 8-Core i9-9880H CPU : Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU : 32GB RAM : 1TB SSD : 144Hz IPS Screen

CoolerMaster X3 Laptop Cooling Pad

CalDigit TS3+ Hub (2m) w/ Active Displayport to HDMI Adapter mounted underneath front of desk

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Headset with Audio Hub mounted underneath front of desk

SteelSeries HS1 Aluminum Headset Stand

SteelSeries Apex M750 Keyboard

SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless Mouse w/ SteelSeries Mouse Bungee

SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Surface

Sabrent 7-Port USB 3.0 Hub

FirewireUSB Custom 90-Degree USB 3.0 Cables

TaoTronics  TT-DL16 LED Desk Lamp

Ikea Bekant 63" Adjustable Height Desk

NobleChairs Hero PU Leather Chair

NobleChairs PU Leather Footrest

Samsung 55" Q6FN QLED 4K HDR 120Hz TV

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This is what my wife calls my 'dork room' 🤓

 

PC -

 

Vivo 'Smart' case

ASRock B450M MB

Ryzen 5 2400G OC'd to 3.8 ghz on all cores

8 GB G. Skill Ripjaws 3200 mhz RAM

RX 570 OC'd to 1380 mhz/VRAM @ 1900 mhz

Primary monitor - HP 26" wide monitor my wife bought for me last Christmas 😃

Secondary monitor - Acer 17" monitor that was previously just sitting in a closet collecting dust. It's about 14 years old, but it actually doesn't look too bad and works fine as a auxiliary monitor.

240 GB Gigabyte SSD

512 GB HDD

Oculus Rift (I really need to mount the sensors better than just using double-sided tape, but it seems to be holding)

 

 

Retro gaming goodness -

 

34" Insignia 720p LCD TV 

Raspberry Pi Zero W running 'RetroPie' with over 1,000 NES, SNES, Genesis games and wired controller (not yet able to find a wireless controller that will work with the pi)

 

Movies/Streaming -

 

Roku Express for watching Netflix, Hulu, Plex streamed from PC, youtube and local antenna TV

 

 

Beer and cold beverages -

 

Mini fridge not in picture 😃

 

 

**It's amazing what you can put together when you have a spare room and find extra monitors and a flat screen TV just collecting dust! I'm not going to win any awards for my hardware and budget set up, but that's okay 😃 It is a small room (14 x 12 ft) and I wish I had more area to work with, especially with the Oculus but it's the perfect place to escape reality for a few hours! My next job is tidying up the wires under the desk...

 

 

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I upgraded my build, added a third monitor again.  I actually missed having three monitors, and this monitor arm I got off of Amazon allowed me to do that.  I think this looks slick AF.

 

 

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Desktop: Outlive:CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700 | CPU Cooler: AMD Wraith Spire | RAM: XPG GAMMIX D10 16GB DDR4 3000MHz | MOBO: ASRock B450M Pro4 | GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX 590 | Storage: Inland Professional 256GB PCIe 2x NVMe SSD, Crucial 512GB SSD, WD Blue 2TB HDD, Seagate 2TB HDD | PSU: Thermaltake Smart Pro RGB 750W | Case: Thermaltake Versa H18 | Keyboard: Logitech G810 | Mouse: Logitech G602 | Monitor: HP Omen 25 | 2nd Monitor: HP 25vx | 3rd Monitor: Asus VW199T-P | Speakers: Logitech Z313 | Headset: Logitech G230

Laptop: Dell Inspiron 15 7559:CPU: Intel Core i5 6300HQ | RAM: 16GB DRR3L | GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 4GB | Storage: ADATA 1TB SSD | Mouse: Logitech G602 | Headset: Turtle Beach ZLa

HTPC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G |  | RAM: 8GB Team T-Force Vulcan DDR4 2800MHz | MOBO: ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac | Storage: SanDisk 240GB SSD w/Seagate 1TB SSHD | PSU: Powerman 350W | Case: AZZA CSAZ-103 Black

 

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i5 6500

2*8 kingston 2133mhz

gtx 1050ti

Intel stock cooler

msi b150 pro vdh

1 TB HDD 7200rpm

240GB SSD 2.5inch

corsair 100r

Sketchy taped in 140mm cooler master (brown) from e-trash lol

AOC 21.5'' 1920*1080 60hz OC 75hz

Trust GTX830 keyboard

logitech g403 prodigy

WIN10

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10 hours ago, MrConcrete04 said:

i5 6500

2*8 kingston 2133mhz

gtx 1050ti

Intel stock cooler

msi b150 pro vdh

1 TB HDD 7200rpm

240GB SSD 2.5inch

corsair 100r

Sketchy taped in 140mm cooler master (brown) from e-trash lol

AOC 21.5'' 1920*1080 60hz OC 75hz

Trust GTX830 keyboard

logitech g403 prodigy

WIN10

Hey, that's a nice build you've got there, but we'd like some pics.


The Schnoz

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I took apart my chromebook, used the lid screen holder cuz the wifi, and for a mat, i used the motherboard, and eMMC card. (I think ite called that.) I guess i can say custom cooled chromebook xD (yes my camera is messed up and upside down)

Stats:

Intel Celeron N3060 1.60Ghz up to 2.48 Ghz

4GiB Ram 

Intel HD400 Graphics

16GiB Storage

OS: GalliumOS customized to look like windows 10, Installed with chrx.org, chrx partition set to 10 GiB

Yea stats are horrible. I need some help with a good pc lmao

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i9 9900K

Aorus Z390 Xtreme

32GB Corsair Vengeance Pro

EVGA RTX 2080 Ti

Corsair AX1500i (way overkill but got it as a RMA)

Thermaltake Tower 900

Dual Custom Loop Cooling

 

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BLACK and BLUE Build

i9-9900K - 5.2 Ghz @ 1.305 vCore, 32 GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro (@ 3200 Mhz), Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Extreme, EVGA RTX 2080Ti XC Ultra, Samsung 970 Pro, Samsung 970 EVO, Dual Custom Loop Cooling, Thermaltake Tower 900, AX1500i

 

VR Build

i7-8700K - 5.1 Ghz @ 1.36 vCore, 32 GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB (@ 3200 Mhz), Asus Maximus X Hero (Wi Fi ac), 2x EVGA GTX 1080Ti SC Black Edition, Toshiba NVME, Custom Loop Cooling, Thermaltake Core P5, HX1000i

 

FreeNAS Server Build

Pentium G5400, 8 GB Kingston HyperX Fury (@ 2400 MHz), Asrock H370M-ITX/ac, Intel 320 System SSD, 4x Hitachi 7200K 4 TB HDD, Thermaltake TR2 650W, Cooler Master Master Liquid Lite 120, Bit Fenix Prodigy

 

Daughter's First BuildCore i3-6100, 16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (@ 2133 MHz), Asrock H270M-ITX/ac, XFX RX-580 GTS, Custom Watercooling (Both CPU and GPU) 2x Corsair Force LS, PowerSpec 550w, NZXT H200i

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CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600

RAM: G.SKILL Aegis 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000

Motherboard: AB350-Gaming 3-CF (AM4)

Graphics: Radeon RX Vega 64

Storage: 2TB HDD

250GB KINGSTON SSD

Monitor: AOC Monitor 24" IPS Panel Full HD 1920x1080

ASUS MX279H 27-Inch, Full HD 1920x1080

Keyboard: CORSAIR K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Mouse: CORSAIR Harpoon- RGB Gaming Mouse

Headset: Astro A10

Microphone: Blue Yeti Microphone

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CPU: i5 2400

Mobo: Dell Mib75r

RAM: 2x 4GB Samsung DDR3 1600Mhz

GPU: Asus GTX 970 Strix

PSU: EVGA 500W1 

Cooler: Cooler Master TX3 EVO

Boot Drive: Corsair Force LS 60GB

Drives: 1TB Samsung + 2TB Toshiba

Case: NZXT Phantom 240 

 

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AMD EPYC 3251 / 64GB (2x32GB) ECC Registered DDR4 2666 / 1TB Samsung Evo Plus


Build Logs: Cotton Candy Threads | ZEN CLARITY + | Just NCASE mITX | Noc Noc | NUC | Storage Log

 

Cotton Candy Threads - CPU AMD Threadripper 2950X | GPU EVGA FTW3 RTX 2080 Ti | MOBO Asus ROG Zenith Extreme | MEMORY 128GB (8x 16GB) Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 | STORAGE 3x Samsung 960 Evo SSD + 4x Crucial P1 1TB + 2x Seagate Ironwolf 8TB 7.2k HDDs | PSU Corsair HX1200i w/ Cablemod Pro Extensions | COOLING Cooler Master TR4 ML360 | CASE Lian Li O11 Dynamic Black | LIGHTING 2x Corsair HD120 Fans, 4x Corsair Addressable RGB Strips, 2x Corsair Commander Pro | PCPP
 
ZEN CLARITY + - CPU AMD Ryzen 2700X | GPU Radeon VII | MOBO Crosshair VII Hero | MEMORY 32GB (4x 8GB) Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro @ 3200 | STORAGE Samsung 960 Pro SSD + 2x SanDisk Ultra II SSDs | PSU Corsair RM1000i | COOLING Corsair H150i Pro | CASE Crystal 570X | LIGHTING 6x Corsair SP120 Fans, Cablemod Addressable RGB Strip, Corsair Commander Pro | PCPP
 
Just NCASE mITX - CPU Intel Core i7 8700K @ 5.2GHz | GPU EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC | MOBO Asus Z370-I Gaming | MEMORY 16GB (2x 8GB) G.Skill Triden-Z RGB 3000 | STORAGE Samsung 960 Evo 500GB SSD + Corsair MX500 1TB M.2 SSD | PSU Corsair SF600 | COOLING Noctua NH-U9S w/ Redux Push/Pull Fans | CASE NCase M1v5 | LIGHTING 2x Cablemod Addressable RGB Strips | PCPP
 
Noc Noc, Who's There? - CPU AMD Threadripper 1950X | GPU ASUS RTX 2080 Ti OC | MOBO ASRock X399M Taichi | MEMORY 32GB (4x 8GB) GSkill Trident-Z 3200 | STORAGE Samsung 970 Evo SSD | PSU Corsair HX1000i w/ Cablemod Pro B&W Kit | COOLING Noctua U9 TR4 w/ 2x Redux 92mm | CASE Corsair 280X White | FANS 6x Noctua 140mm Redux | PCPP
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@PhantomTechTips I’ve noticed that this fan is helping quite lot, I have one in front of the case (before I had two but other one wasn’t doing much) so bottom one is helping push the air up, also exhaust I have one 140mm on top. Temps are really ok with it so can’t complain about it.

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time to load the shotgun!

 

 

/s


into trains? here's the model railroad thread!

The way to get the specs for my PC. go to the store. Buy some potatos. boil them and mash the. and stuff that in a focus g with a ssd.

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4 hours ago, Achillias said:

 

First glance had me thinking that you posted a render. Very nice work keeping it clean.

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3 hours ago, RollinLower said:

that's minimalism to a whole new level!

 

8 hours ago, Achillias said:

 

Where's the PC?! Wow, that doesn't even look real (I mean that in a really good way)! Amazing!


The Schnoz

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The cheapest most powerful build:(Ive played battlefront 2 and anthem and gta v with max):
EBAY CPU: LGA 1156 3.6Mhz 20$ processor
EBAY GPU: RX 580 4GB 75$ RX580 8GB 109$
EBAY Motherboard: Msi Ms-7586 P55-sd50 Motherboard Socket Lga 1156 Ddr3 Intel P55 55$
EBAY HD: 120GB Kingston 19$ x2 
EBAY Ram: DDR3 Hynix 1333MHz 6$
GD Monitor: Goodwill Pixel monitor(LOL)...I use virtual resolution and vsync. and max ultra on all games i played.
no overheating perfect gameplay.
DDR3 is the same fast as DDR4. DDR4 just has more module density capacity. so 8GB of DDR3 1600MHZ same fast as DDR4 1600MHZ. 

Note for VR Gamers:
the LGA 1156 socket cant handle VR. Even if you have i5-i7. VR requires: i5-4590(intel)-AM1(AMD) 2013+ Tech. Everything else is compatible( assuming you get motherboard with new cpu). 

 

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27 minutes ago, aradioactivesquirrel said:

The cheapest most powerful build:(Ive played battlefront 2 and anthem and gta v with max):
EBAY CPU: LGA 1156 3.6Mhz 20$ processor
EBAY GPU: RX 580 4GB 75$ RX580 8GB 109$
EBAY Motherboard: Msi Ms-7586 P55-sd50 Motherboard Socket Lga 1156 Ddr3 Intel P55 55$
EBAY HD: 120GB Kingston 19$ x2 
EBAY Ram: DDR3 Hynix 1333MHz 6$
GD Monitor: Goodwill Pixel monitor(LOL)...I use virtual resolution and vsync. and max ultra on all games i played.
no overheating perfect gameplay.
DDR3 is the same fast as DDR4. DDR4 just has more module density capacity. so 8GB of DDR3 1600MHZ same fast as DDR4 1600MHZ. 

Note for VR Gamers:
the LGA 1156 socket cant handle VR. Even if you have i5-i7. VR requires: i5-4590(intel)-AM1(AMD) 2013+ Tech. Everything else is compatible( assuming you get motherboard with new cpu). 

 

 

Okay, nice build, but there are several things you could improve with this:

  • I wouldn't say it's the most powerful, but it is pretty fast for the price, so nice job there.
  • You put the CPU frequency as "MHz". A MHz is 1/1000th of a GHz, the speed that modern CPU's are measured in. Also, putting in the exact model number of the CPU ("Core i7 970" or "Core i5 8400" for example)  and the number of cores (processing units) in also determines speed.
  • I assume by "HD" you mean "Hard Drive". If you get a solid-state drive "SSD", you will notice much faster performance in basically everything, from startup times to game load times.
  • With the monitor, it would be nice if you could include the resolution. Also, monitors typically don't overheat. This is why laptop screens stay cold.
  • DDR3 is not as fast as DDR4. DDR4 is a bit faster at the same speeds, but DDR4 can also hit much higher clockspeeds. While most DDR3 is rated at 1333 to 1600 MHz, DDR4 can commonly hit up to 3200 MHz and beyond.
  • For VR, it depends on the resolution of your glasses. A heavily-overclocked i7 on LGA1156 is actually capable enough of handling a lot of VR, and even more if the settings are turned down a bit. Also, AM1 is an ancient socket that can't do VR at all. To this end, AM4 mobos and CPU's are recommended, preferably Ryzen 7 chips or beyond.

Overall, nice setup though. I like the black and red color scheme.


The Schnoz

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