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Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by IcEWoLF, Aug 23, 2011.
Add some GOLD and it'll be lakers-y <3
To lazy to take pictures, plus I haven't got it all cleaned up nicely yet, but I just built a new rig.
Kingston HyperX 240gb SSD w/ over 500 MB/s read and write speed
4th generation i7-4770k processor @3.5 Ghz
Corsair 16gb DDR3 1600 ram
Gigabyte GA-Z87X-OC mobo
Kept these parts from my last PC
nVidia 670 2gb card.
Cooler Master 750w PSU
Lian Li case
1tb Seagate HDD
Mostly for 3D modeling, but games will run nicely as well.
Hows that Seagate HDD lasting for ya? Can never trust Seagate after multiple HDD failure I had experienced.
Haven't had any issues with it. I have had for about 3-4 years I think and it ran my OS, has been formatted 5 times, and was used pretty heavily. Before that I had three WD 1TB Black HDDs die on me with in about a month in half, so I stopped using their drives completely.
Seagate drives have always performed reliably for me. Like all technology, you go through good streaks and bad streaks...
My rig. Nothing special, super dirty (flash shows dust so well).
Cooler Master Centurion, Asus M5A97 LE R2.0, AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE @ 4.0 GHz, Coolermaster Hyper212+ HSF, 8 GB DDR1600 Corsair Vengeance Memory, Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 1GB, WD 500GB HD SATA II
Dat cable management Dust not too bad I have seen worst on my desktop XD Gotta clean these babies every 2 weeks or else dust really build up in there
Cord management is next on my list...I have to probably replace my PSU anyway, so I will likely go modular to clean the whole mess up
Yea modular are so much better XD I was dumb not to get a modular PSU ended up having so much left over wires had to shove all my wires behind my mobo and literally had to sit on my case sort of to close that end
That's what's going on in my drive bays...figured I have a bunch of extra cable what better place to cram it all?
Although I just realized my case fan blows IN to the case. What I need to do is flip it around and switch which side of the heat sink the fan is on to blow hot air out the back