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Post Your Battle Stations and Build Setups!

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1 hour ago, Berit_ said:

Honey! , I shrunk the wallet.

Here is my rig. I am very happy with it. 

 

NZXT H510 white .  miditower

Asus PRIME 570x-pro . motherboard

AMD Ryzen 3700x . CPU

Corsair H100i White AIO cooler

G.Skill 32gb(2x16) 3600MHz . DDR4

Samsung EVO+ 970 1tb m.2

Asus 1060 6gb OC GPU

Asus VG278 27" 165hz 1080p + Random Benq 24" monitor

NoctuaNF-A12x25 120mm casefan

BeQuiet 650w bronze PSU

Logitech G502 mouse

Razer Blackwidow TE yellow and a Steelseries 6Gv2 for when i need numpad Keyboards

Sennheiser PC360 for gaming and beyerdynamic DT 770pro for music Headsets

xbox360 wired controller.

 

 

Next upgrade would be a 1440P monitor and a 1080 or 2080.

ooh yeah and more comfortable chair than my kitchenchair.

 

Love building stuff, that´s the only sad part is that the building is over.

 

 

Nice PC looks like the last Clear Build at the Linus Videos

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45 minutes ago, Nuklearfire said:

Nice PC looks like the last Clear Build at the Linus Videos

thanks!

I know! great nerds think alike. It was creepy but assuring seeing that video.

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20 hours ago, Nuklearfire said:

I'm planing to build a new Desk for my Battle Station what did you say to this?

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I'd move the PC to the left by the shelves so it's not under where I'm sitting.  No reason to smash my chair into the glass and it improves leg room.


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3 hours ago, Velcade said:

I'd move the PC to the left by the shelves so it's not under where I'm sitting.  No reason to smash my chair into the glass and it improves leg room.

I agree.  But I'd move it onto the desk.  Why have such a cool looking PC under the desk?

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7 minutes ago, maestro0428 said:

I agree.  But I'd move it onto the desk.  Why have such a cool looking PC under the desk?

Kind of agree, but it does save a lot of desk space.


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If you put it on the left side it might work.  That leaves you with the right side to work with.  Depending on the case size I guess.  I'm sure you've seen the builds when they are built into the top of the desk.  For me that would be a bit distracting, but its impressive to look at.  Good luck with your build btw!

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Btw, I use an L shaped desk as well.  Im not running triple displays anymore, but could and still have room for the PC and some work space.  Here's a pic of my set up.  I gotta have room to work at my desk too, cuz I use it for work and play.  Just food for thought...

 

My main workstation's h2o pump died, so Im running a spare pc in an atx case atm.

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Couldnt resist transforming my H500P mesh white case to a storm troopers theme Hope You Like it It was my first time to build lego action figueres I think it took me longer than the time i needed to build my PC =D

The case is dead silent while gaming thanks to the bequit cooling ability /silent fans and the Corsair RMi850w gives me alot of thermal headroom , i have modified the fan curve for the front case fans to run on the lowest rpm and only ramp up at cpu temp of 80C which i never reach unless i am running avx loads during prime stress tests where basicly the cpu is putting out 180w+ of heat

 

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CPU: i7 9700K / Motherboard: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro Wifi RAM: 2 x Ballistix 8GB DDR4 @3000MHz GPU: ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2070 SSD: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe / HDD: 3TB WD 30EZRX PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold / CPU Cooler: bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 PC Case: CoolerMaster H500P Mesh White /Monitor : Samsung Professional monitor S27B970D DAC: Audioengine D1 /Speakers : Focal XS 2.1 / Headphones: Sennheiser HD 380Pro / B&W PX

 

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GPU:  ASUS ROG STRIX  RTX 2070 SSD:  ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe / HDD:  3TB WD 30EZRX

PC Case:  CM H500P Mesh White / PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold  /Monitor :S27B970D

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i5 9400f

galax gtx 1660

16 gigs hyperx fury 2666MHZ RAM

kingston A400 480 ssd

WD blue 1TB hdd

Circle RAW 700w PSU

gigabyte B360M hd gaming mobo

corsair spec-05 case.

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6 hours ago, llonly69 said:

i5 9400f

galax gtx 1660

16 gigs hyperx fury 2666MHZ RAM

kingston A400 480 ssd

WD blue 1TB hdd

Circle RAW 700w PSU

gigabyte B360M hd gaming mobo

corsair spec-05 case.

Could we have pics please? Thanks!


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what is that cute little fan doing all alone on that top panel ? 🤣


CPU:  i7 9700K / CPU Cooler: bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4/Motherboard: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro Wifi/ RAM: 2 x Ballistix 8GB  DDR4

GPU:  ASUS ROG STRIX  RTX 2070 SSD:  ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe / HDD:  3TB WD 30EZRX

PC Case:  CM H500P Mesh White / PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold  /Monitor :S27B970D

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3 hours ago, Mezoxin said:

what is that cute little fan doing all alone on that top panel ? 🤣

2006 was a different era in PC cooling alright? I agree, hilarious but that's an 80mm fan it just looks tiny because full tower case.

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New house, and my 2008 "Mac Pro" has been heavily upgraded further.  I now push 120fps on Doom 2016 on Ultra with Vulkan.  I'm very impressed for a 12 year old machine that's been overclocked to hell and back.  Also it's diagnostic LED's are showing in the back in some pics (the green and yellow light near the back right).  This isn't quite a retail machine, I used to work at Apple so it's more like a debugging unit and boots like a PC, can't run retail Mac OS, so it really is just a Windows machine.

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CPU: 2x Intel Xeon X5482 @ 3.63GHz RAM: 8x Kingston 4GB FB-DDR2 ECC 32GB Total

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Sound: Creative SoundBlaster Zx OS: Windows 10/Linux

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51 minutes ago, Inx said:

New house, and my 2008 "Mac Pro" has been heavily upgraded further.  I now push 120fps on Doom 2016 on Ultra with Vulkan.  I'm very impressed for a 12 year old machine that's been overclocked to hell and back.  Also it's diagnostic LED's are showing in the back in some pics (the green and yellow light near the back right).  This isn't quite a retail machine, I used to work at Apple so it's more like a debugging unit and boots like a PC, can't run retail Mac OS, so it really is just a Windows machine.

Sweet rig! Love those chassis. :)


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On 12/12/2019 at 3:54 PM, maestro0428 said:

 

 

 

K65 Gang.  That is a very clean tower


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30 minutes ago, MEC-777 said:

Sweet rig! Love those chassis. :)

Thanks, I always loved them myself.  Heavy as a hell and I love how it's built like a tank.  Sadly because this machine was never meant for retail markets, the unsoldered pads are NOT tinned on the motherboard and are beginning the process of corroding.  I'm worried I'll need to find a way to remedy this before it gets worse because it's a fairly rare debugging/development version (possibly a late blue board prototype) and I'd rather it not die.  I've daily driven it for 10 years at least, and when I quit Apple in 2013 it became my personal machine and primary desktop that I now use for music and video editing.


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Core2Duo E8400 4Ghz (4.1 Flakes it)

667Mhz 5 5 5 15 loosened to 900Mhz

Radeon HD7790 2GB (rebranded AMD 260x)

128GB SSD+320GB HDD+400GB HDD

Aliexpress CPU cooler (95w)

NZXT HueLighting (1.0)

Front Panel HUE knobs for Breathing/Fading/Static

 

Just for the funzies.. removing the Cpu/Mobo/Ram and replacing it with something way more powerful, and will give away the C2D stuff to someone locally.

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Maximums - Asus Z97-K /w i5 4690 Bclk @106.9Mhz * x39 = 4.17Ghz, 8GB of 2600Mhz DDR3,.. Gigabyte GTX970 G1-Gaming @ 1550Mhz

 

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8 hours ago, Bitter said:

2006 was a different era in PC cooling alright? I agree, hilarious but that's an 80mm fan it just looks tiny because full tower case.

not just cooling , we are so spoiled now , i remember these huge 5.25 trays were our only way for cable management before modular psu even existed , and we didnt care much about noise either 


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PC Case:  CM H500P Mesh White / PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold  /Monitor :S27B970D

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9 hours ago, Mezoxin said:

not just cooling , we are so spoiled now , i remember these huge 5.25 trays were our only way for cable management before modular psu even existed , and we didnt care much about noise either 

I did manage to get it quiet when I had the E8400 was in there, after a few years once I figured out like fan curves and stuff.

 

I love that it's a full ATX board in that full tower, looks so tiny!

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1 hour ago, Bitter said:

I did manage to get it quiet when I had the E8400 was in there, after a few years once I figured out like fan curves and stuff.

 

I love that it's a full ATX board in that full tower, looks so tiny!

 back then even the most silent pc you would hear the beeping and rumbling noise from HDD's and dual PSU fans  , no one would complaign of things such as coil whine because it was muffled by all that background nois and now current pc users are so annoyed off by it  and even RMA their products because of it 


CPU:  i7 9700K / CPU Cooler: bequiet! Dark Rock Pro 4/Motherboard: Gigabyte z390 Aorus Pro Wifi/ RAM: 2 x Ballistix 8GB  DDR4

GPU:  ASUS ROG STRIX  RTX 2070 SSD:  ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe / HDD:  3TB WD 30EZRX

PC Case:  CM H500P Mesh White / PSU: Corsair RM850i -850w Gold  /Monitor :S27B970D

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1 hour ago, Mezoxin said:

 back then even the most silent pc you would hear the beeping and rumbling noise from HDD's and dual PSU fans  , no one would complaign of things such as coil whine because it was muffled by all that background nois and now current pc users are so annoyed off by it  and even RMA their products because of it 

It wasn't so bad actually, the biggest thing was the whine from the small fans I had cooling the NB and VRM. Being an Abit IN9-32X Max (Wifi) it didn't need a ton of airflow over the VRM and NB but it definitely helped a lot with stability at 4Ghz (1600mhz FSB) and 4GB of DDR3 1066. I never could get the RAM to OC any but I also didn't put much time into it either once I had a stable CPU OC. The fan whine got worse and worse till one day I discovered that it was whining so badly because the bearing was failing, after I replaced it and kajiggered some different fan for VRM cooling it was very quiet except under load and even then the Xigamtek 3 heat pipe tower cooler kept the CPU fairly cool and the Cougar fans were pretty quiet, it was a gentle lower tone whoosh noise at full load. I migrated to SSD for the main drive fairly early on so that wasn't really an issue either and always had a large single fan PSU in it as well.

 

Now, you wanna talk noisy...I had a 4Ghz (seeing a trend here?) P4 Prescott under Koolance water. That case was ALL 80MM fans which back then were all terribly noisy and motherboard fan control was like...maybe 2 headers for 3 pin since 4 pin didn't even exist as far as I know. That Koolance water cooler was a triple 80mm Delta fan over a 240 cross flow radiator in the top of the case. Back of the case had 2 80mm fans which were constant speed 12V and one had a speed signal to connect to the motherboard so it wouldn't bitch about missing CPU fan at boot. The Koolance system is agnostic of CPU temps, it runs off a thermal diode in the water block on the back of it near the CPU and assumes that to be water temp and then adjusts fan speeds accordingly with a constant speed dual pump/res combo in push/pull for the pumps. That behemoth (which I still have but with a X3470 Xeon on P55 board) was LOUD. 3 pin rear fans in there now and it's a reasonable whoosh.

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On 12/12/2019 at 5:20 PM, Velcade said:

I'd move the PC to the left by the shelves so it's not under where I'm sitting.  No reason to smash my chair into the glass and it improves leg room.

Nice idea but then i need to make a cablechannel to the Maindesk and such long Cables are expensive.

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