Corsair: How many fans does you need, customer?
Clean build. +1
+1 for the cat. And nice set up!
That build looks, surgically clean.
Seasonic. Pretty much the Gold Standard for PSUs. There are a few other very good PSU brands out there, but Seasonic tends to stand out.
MAN, THAT is NICE!
Elegant, yet very modest at the same time. Something that is not easy to pull off........especially in custom PC builds.
+1 Vote: Confirmed.
+10 Vote: Sadly, I cannot do more than 1, +1!
Go with a Seasonic PSU. Pretty much the Gold Standard of PSUs, and they are worth every penny.
I prefer fully modular. It just allows for a lot more flexibility, when it comes to your build.
Someone did their homework. Then set to task, and created a GEM!
Well done, and welcome to the land of PC Building, where only your imagination and resources are the limit!
WOW.....I like what you did there with this build! Price to performance, I am really liking that!
+1, but honestly I wish I could give you a +10.
Firefleet, if Gustavo Fring was still alive, he would be told, IMMEDIATELY of your,"excellent product."
Go the RTX 2070 route.
My rice steam cooker is bigger than that! lol!
Man, +1! THAT is amazing man!
First time build? And you did THAT good? Man, I can only imagine how your next pc is going to look, when you do that one! And the Seasonic power supply.............thing of beauty man. And overall, a very good price to performance.
Winter is HERE!
People like you good sir, are the reason I built my first pc a few years ago. There is not a feeling like it in the world, when a build is completed and the end results are a absolute success. Building a pc is both a pride and joy to me.
+1 to you. :-)
Depends on your budget. Go with a 1070 if you can. Or now since the 2070 series is out, and that is within your price point, then give that series a go.
I would +1000 this if I could. Thank you for what you guys are doing.
As a member of the Alliance myself, it is my duty to show no mercy to any member of the Horde.
With that being said, I really like your Build! +1
Side note: Fellow Alliance members, do NOT judge me. .^
Had to give you a +1 for the theme alone.
Well done good sir.
Hard to say. But no doubt there will be a price drop on them.
Same here. One thing is for sure though; you will definitely get a lot of bang for your buck. Your $450 to $500 you have set to get a a new GPU is going to serve you well.
Sounds like it might be your card. My 770 did the same thing. I had to send it off under warranty.
Hard to say at this point. You'll find out on Monday though:)
EVGA all the way. From their customer service, all the way to their warranty. They are 2nd to none. When my GTX 770 4GB Dual Classified started to have issues a few years after I bought it, they replaced it with a 1060 SSC 6GB. I was NOT expecting THAT. I thought it was just going to get replaced with another 770 Classified. They go above and beyond. They earned my repeat business for life.
Wait until the new ones come out.
Now THAT is a low key system. +1
+1 For the name of your PC Build alone :)
And Feature it has become!
I gotta admit, I am not a fan of RGB lighting at all. HOWEVER, the way you have your setup, man, it is very hypnotizing to me,.......I love it!
+1, +more if I could!
This should be a feature.
This PC looks reminds me why I became a PC builder in the first place!
That cable management makes ME proud!
Nice and clean form factor man.
I lucked up, so to speak. My EVGA - GeForce GTX 770 4GB Dual Classified ACX Video Card, that I had in my pc I built back in 2014, bit the dust about 3 months back. Called EVGA and they sent me a 1060 SSC replacement. Now looking at the prices of cards today, they are so over inflated price wise, I wouldn't dare buy the EVGA 1080 that I wanted to get now. Regardless of your pc bulid budget, you have got to admit that, these GPU prices have become cringe worthy.
Man, THAT is a very beautiful build. Well done. Well done.
First pc I ever wanted to hug!
+1 friend! :)
I like your addiction! Please share with us ALL!
Man, you get a +1 on GP. (General principle).
Well done fellow pc builder.Well done indeed.
That is STILL my favorite case to date.:)
No problem, and thanks friend. In the Spotlight PC Builds such as yours and others, are great encouragements to us that have PC build(s) under our belts, and for those who are here to come up with ideas on creating their own build. :)
FIRST OF ALL...... THAT is a CLEAN build! Elegant!
Second of all, I have NEVER been a fan of those air cooled heat sinks on the CPU, because they usually look like garbage. HOWEVER, that small form factor you have overall, from the case on down................... is simply a site to see, and no doubt, very enjoyable to use everyday.
I would +10 you if I could.
Well done my fellow pc builder! Well done indeed.
"Their coming out of the walls!" -Aliens
I just couldn't help myself, after seeing your rig parts on that wall mounted up there. lol
Go with EVGA. As others have said, their customer service and warranty is 2nd to none. You can't go wrong with them. I had a EVGA 770 4Gb Dual Classified that went out on me a couple weeks ago. I sent it in for the RMA. They sent me a 1060 SSC as the replacement. Again, they know how to take care of their customers.
If there is a heaven, I am VERY certain your services will be heavily required there.
Omg! You built a Masterpiece. Your build is the best I have seen here to date.
If you want to return them, then go ahead. I have had the Cloud II's for well over a year, and I love them. For the money, they just can't really be beat. The highs, the mids, and especially the lows, are remarkable, for that price point.
YES! I read a lot of reviews, and had a chance to look at there product selections. Amazing.
Thanks Cicero. I already checked them out, and I really like what I saw.
WOW!!!!! Your creativity man! You get a +1 just based on general principal alone!
And the great part about this build; you will NEVER have the, "Ring of Death."
Awesome build! +1