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I present you my revamped PC with my first custom loop codenamed "Kalte". It's my first loop so the runs on the lower right are a bit messy, but hey. If you want to know what parts I used, check out my "build log" here.

 

 

So clean! So beautiful! I really like the color you went for, too! ;)

 

 

little rebuild of my setup

 

 

I love how you used the red on the bottom! Also...safe to say if someone breaks in while you are in that room they are screwed. haha

 

 

Completed at last for now.  Soon to have Gigabyte or Asus Strix 980 Ti for more pixel pushing powa...

 

 

that is so cool looking! and I'm amazed by how clean (and I mean clean) it looks in there! As well as organized. Great job!

 

 

 

New (to me) Vintage Koss Electrostatic Headphones, 

Denon AVR 4306 Receiver

Vintage Carver speakers (2.0 right now, sub is getting repaired)

HP Blackbird 002 case

i7 3770k 

GTX 980

16GB ram

etc. etc.

 

+42!

 

I like it when I see setups like this. Lived in. Homy. Comfy. Super clean and organized like an office is nice and all, but I like these types the best. :)

Also...I have the same desk! Albeit mine got destroyed (moving it, dropped down stairs) and I had to tear off the left drawer....


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Thanks! I just need to actually mod that case and put a nice water cooling loop in it.


Hey! New SIgnature! 

 

I'm supposedly a person on the Internet, but you'll never know if I'm human or not ;)

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Because 290s are epic ;)

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Most of my posts are very controversial, please try not to get butthurt.

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For the moment I have two PC's running in my room

 

Main gaming rig:

  Corsair 350D

  Gigabyte Sniper M5

  Intel i5 4670k

  EVGA GTX 760

  Corsair Vangeance 8GB

  Corsair CX750M

  H100i

  Samsung 840 Pro

  Seagate 1TB X 2

  Scythe Glide Stream

  Noctua NF-F12 X 3

  Hercules XPS Dj monitors

  Acer G236HLBbd

  Reloop Terminal Mix 2

  Trust Bluetooth adapter to use my Dualshock controller

  Corsair M45

  Logitech K200 

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My media PC for watching movies and game streaming to play from my bed

  Cooler Master Silencio 352

  Asus H81M-PLUS,s1150

  Intel Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition

  Corsair vengeance LP 8GB

  Sandisk 128GB

  A 600 GB Toshiba drive from an old laptop

  Scythe Mugen 4 PCGH

  Cooler Master G450M

  Acer G226HQLHbid

  Microsoft mouse

  Logitech K120

  I'm looking for a nice bluetooth keyboard with trackpad for this computer, most of the gaming on this computer will happen with my dualshock controller

And I know I have still to work on that awful cable management.. :wacko:

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There is also an neglected project in the corner, a PowerMac 2005 

When I finally have some time to finish it, it will probably be a backup server..

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And 1000 internet points to the first person who knows from which festival that flag is :D

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Made a few updates to my peripherals over the last few months

 

Existing specs:

  • CPU Intel Core i5 4690K;
  • Cooler Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 212X;
  • Motherboard Asus Z97-A;
  • RAM G.Skill Sniper (2 x 4GB) 8GB;
  • GPU Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming 4GB (+170 core; +200 memory);
  • Case Corsair Obsidian 450D (with "ODD stealth drive cover mod")
  • Storage Samsung 840 EVO 120GB, WD Black 1TB;
  • PSU EVGA Supernova 750W G2;
  • OS Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Mouse Logitech M705

New Stuff

  • Keyboard Corsair K70 (Cherry MX Brown)
  • Headphones Sennheiser HD600
  • Decoration Asus GTX 660 (dead)

 

The current setup

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Mood lighting and stuff

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Lights off

 

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Mood lighting

 

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Mood lights (they have other settings, for white LEDs and white & blue)

 

Keyboard shots & GPU shots

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Anyway so I bought the 660 second hand for my brother's PC.  Worked for about a day and then a couple of the VRMs fried themselves, not sure why, couldn't be bothered dealing with ASUS RMA for dead VRMs on a card that may or may not have warranty which probably wouldn't be honoured because it's second hand as well as deal with paying shipping costs, etc.  (More on this later in the section for upgrades to my brother's rig) Anyway since it's dead I thought it'd make a good decoration :P

 

HD600 glam shot

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Really loving these, got them as a replacement for my old headphones when the cable died.  Massive step up from what I was using before, even slightly better than my old Panasonic HiFi system, which is pretty damn good.  Might pick up an O2+ODAC combo for it next month, but it's pretty good even with the Crystal Sound 2 audio on my mobo.

 

Brother's rig updates

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So here's the 660 all fine and dandy before it died.

 

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MSI HD 4350 (the original garbage HP OEM rubbish); MSI HD 4890; Palit GTX 560Ti

So anyway decided it wasn't worth the hassle of an attempted RMA what with having to pay for shipping and likely the repair of the card if that were on the table.  One of my brother's friends gave him the HD 4890 for free, which was decent enough until we found a replacement for the 660.  Long story short, we bought the 560Ti off one of his other friends for a decent price.  After a good clean (it was absolutely choked with dust) and some new thermal compound, it's been running great for the last week.


CPU Intel Core i7 7700K; Cooler Cryorig R1 Universal; MB Asus ROG Maximus IX Code; RAM G.Skill Trident Z 3200Mhz (4 x 8GB); GPU ASUS GTX 1080 Ti ROG Strix Gaming OC; Case Be Quiet Dark Base 900 Pro Silver; Storage Samsung 960 EVO 500GB, Samsung 850 EVO 1TB, Seagate Barracuda 4TB; PSU EVGA Supernova 850W G2; OS Windows 10; KB Corsair K70 (MX Brown); Audio O2 & ODAC, Sennheiser HD 600, Sennheiser RS 185, Swan M200MKIII; Monitors 2x Dell U2410

 

Previous Build

 

CPU Intel Core i5 4690K; Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 212X; MB Asus Z97-A; RAM G.Skill Sniper (2 x 4GB); GPU 2x Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming (SLI); Case Corsair Obsidian 450D; Storage Samsung 840 EVO 120GB, WD Black 1TB, Hitachi 750GB; PSU EVGA Supernova 750W G2; OS Windows 10; 

 

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Why would you spend all that money on a custom water loop , and put it on a fucking 290? WAT.

 

What's wrong with that? A 290 is still a really strong performing GPU by today's standards and they run pretty warm when overclocked (he's running it at 1200/1400 in case you didn't notice).


My Systems:

Main - Work + Gaming:

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F@H Rig:

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FX-8350 // Deepcool Neptwin // MSI 970 Gaming // AData 2x 4GB 1600 DDR3 // 2x Gigabyte RX-570 4G's // Samsung 840 120GB SSD // Cooler Master V650 // Windows 10

 

HTPC:

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Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Windows 10

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

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Made a few updates to my peripherals over the last few months

 

Existing specs:

  • CPU Intel Core i5 4690K;
  • Cooler Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 212X;
  • Motherboard Asus Z97-A;
  • RAM G.Skill Sniper (2 x 4GB) 8GB;
  • GPU Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 G1 Gaming 4GB (+170 core; +200 memory);
  • Case Corsair Obsidian 450D (with "ODD stealth drive cover mod")
  • Storage Samsung 840 EVO 120GB, WD Black 1TB;
  • PSU EVGA Supernova 750W G2;
  • OS Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Mouse Logitech M705

New Stuff

  • Keyboard Corsair K70 (Cherry MX Brown)
  • Headphones Sennheiser HD600
  • Decoration Asus GTX 660 (dead)

 

The current setup

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Mood lighting and stuff

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Lights off

 

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Mood lighting

 

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Mood lights (they have other settings, for white LEDs and white & blue)

 

Keyboard shots & GPU shots

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Anyway so I bought the 660 second hand for my brother's PC.  Worked for about a day and then a couple of the VRMs fried themselves, not sure why, couldn't be bothered dealing with ASUS RMA for dead VRMs on a card that may or may not have warranty which probably wouldn't be honoured because it's second hand as well as deal with paying shipping costs, etc.  (More on this later in the section for upgrades to my brother's rig) Anyway since it's dead I thought it'd make a good decoration :P

 

HD600 glam shot

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Really loving these, got them as a replacement for my old headphones when the cable died.  Massive step up from what I was using before, even slightly better than my old Panasonic HiFi system, which is pretty damn good.  Might pick up an O2+ODAC combo for it next month, but it's pretty good even with the Crystal Sound 2 audio on my mobo.

 

Brother's rig updates

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So here's the 660 all fine and dandy before it died.

 

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MSI HD 4350 (the original garbage HP OEM rubbish); MSI HD 4890; Palit GTX 560Ti

So anyway decided it wasn't worth the hassle of an attempted RMA what with having to pay for shipping and likely the repair of the card if that were on the table.  One of my brother's friends gave him the HD 4890 for free, which was decent enough until we found a replacement for the 660.  Long story short, we bought the 560Ti off one of his other friends for a decent price.  After a good clean (it was absolutely choked with dust) and some new thermal compound, it's been running great for the last week.

Noice

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My neck hurts becuase the screens are too big and I need to keep turning my head left and rite.  # First world problems. I know my desk is dirty so don't judge me. Too lazy to clean it with the kids running around lol .

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Got a Galaxy S6, so here are some pictures of my setup with my new MSI GTX 970 100ME

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(this one is my background on my phone)

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Gamma v2.2 | i7 6700k @ 4.6ghz| Dark Rock TF | ASRock Z170 OC Formula | G-SKILL TridentZ Royal 2x16Gb 3200mhz | MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium | Sandisk 120Gb SSD | WD Black 1Tb HDD | Corsair RMx 850w | Corsair Spec Alpha | MSI Optix G27C2/2x19" monitors/34" Insignia tv

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Secondary rig status: Blendin Blandin | Xeon E5 2670 E3 ES | Noctua L12s | ASRock X99 OC Formula | 48Gb Ram Smoothie | EVGA 980ti Superclocked+ | ADATA SU800 | SFFTime P-Atx | 

 

 

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So I made some huge changes to my pc today. 

 

Firstly, I bought a h110igtx. Yes I wanted a swifttech 240x, and as I went to order it today, I noticed its a 6 week backorder, no thanks. 

Secondly, I bought a 120gb amd r7 ssd for what I thought was a steal ($60)

 

So I had to do some overhauling, gutted my pc of all wires, and started project cable management 2.0, new and improved

 

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I think its high time for blue led fans on the hard drive cages


MOBO- MSI z97 gaming 5  CPU- I5 4690k   GPU- G1 Gaming gtx970  RAM- 16gb Corsair Vegeance  PSU- Corsair RM650  COOLING- Corsair H110iGT 

STORAGE- AMD r7 120gb SSD / 500gb HDD  CASE- Phanteks Enthoo Luxe   Sound-  Logitech z506 / Corsair Void  Peripherals- G710, G502

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I thought the camera would be better... But still a sexy rig. Not quite as sex as mine. ;)

There's a limit on how well can smartphone cameras with tiny sensors do. For better image quality, a larger sensor and better quality optics would be necessary, neither of which will be available in phone camera form.


Never trust my advice. Only take any and all advice from me with a grain of salt. Just a heads up.

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There's a limit on how well can smartphone cameras with tiny sensors do. For better image quality, a larger sensor and better quality optics would be necessary, neither of which will be available in phone camera form.

Well, it looks somewhat similar to my SIII, and the G3 I messed around with in Best Buy was... Wow.

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Well, it looks somewhat similar to my SIII, and the G3 I messed around with in Best Buy was... Wow.

To get better quality images, dedicated cameras (consumer level ones) are most of the times better than those integrated in smartphones, even if they are a few years old. It's basically comparing apples to oranges.


Never trust my advice. Only take any and all advice from me with a grain of salt. Just a heads up.

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To get better quality images, dedicated cameras (consumer level ones) are most of the times better than those integrated in smartphones, even if they are a few years old. It's basically comparing apples to oranges.

You forgot bananas.

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There's a limit on how well can smartphone cameras with tiny sensors do. For better image quality, a larger sensor and better quality optics would be necessary, neither of which will be available in phone camera form.

 

The Nokia Lumia 1020 was a bit of an exception though.


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The Nokia Lumia 1020 was a bit of an exception though.

Even that is not really comparable to dedicated cameras. It's close, but still it's not quite as good as dedicated cameras.


Never trust my advice. Only take any and all advice from me with a grain of salt. Just a heads up.

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I thought the camera would be better... But still a sexy rig. Not quite as sex as mine. ;)

The green LED's are actually more of an emerald color than the first two pics show, but the camera is still sharp enough for what I do. Wait until I get some pics of my buddy's orange and purple build :D


Gamma v2.2 | i7 6700k @ 4.6ghz| Dark Rock TF | ASRock Z170 OC Formula | G-SKILL TridentZ Royal 2x16Gb 3200mhz | MSI GTX 1070 Ti Titanium | Sandisk 120Gb SSD | WD Black 1Tb HDD | Corsair RMx 850w | Corsair Spec Alpha | MSI Optix G27C2/2x19" monitors/34" Insignia tv

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Secondary rig status: Blendin Blandin | Xeon E5 2670 E3 ES | Noctua L12s | ASRock X99 OC Formula | 48Gb Ram Smoothie | EVGA 980ti Superclocked+ | ADATA SU800 | SFFTime P-Atx | 

 

 

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nothing to special, im hopefully getting a decent pc soon with an i5 and 8gb ram... The computer i have is a 2006 mac I got for free and upgraded the ram, please dont kill me i had no money to buy anything.

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Elemental 

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Intel i5 6500 @3.8ghz - 8GB HyperX - 600w Apex PSU - GTX 1060 G1 GIGABYTE 6GB - s340 Black - 240gb Toshiba Q300 - Cooler master TX3i - MSI z170-A PRO.

Old Build (sold for 290€)

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Intel i3 540 @ 3.9ghz (On stock cooler, Hits 80c max) - 8gb ram - 500w power supply - P7H55-M LE  120gb SSD - Talius Drakko case

Project Frug 50$ Water loop

 

Laptops

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13" Macbook Air - Alienware m14x r2 -  2009 15" Macbook Pro (I was give all of these and would never buy them myself)

 

 

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