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    Thumbs up My Completed Build Thanks to Pureoverclock!!!!!!

    Here is the link to the parts and pictures:

    http://pcpartpicker.com/b/RXFdnQ




    Xbox One & PS4 launched with their amazing new games, graphics, etc. I have an old PS3 which is one of those big bricks, got it when it first came out. Just got my little cousin a PS3 as they were cheaper then the 4's and it looked much nicer, was faster and had more space than my brick which I need to delete games every-time I get a new one. So now there is the question of if I should get one now or wait a couple of months, either for the holiday sale on November, or another year for them to really upgrade, or even 4 more years? At the house I have a Super-Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Game-Cube, PlayStation 1, Xbox, PlayStation 3. If I get a PS4 or Xbox One, then I will not be able to play my old games and have a bunch of systems and wires all trying to connect to one T.V. So I decided to go to the local Best Buy to check both of them out and see how the matched up. Loved Titan Fall, Rome, and Forza on Xbox One. But is the $400.00+ price tag worth the buy? Or should I wait. While trying to figure all this out I somehow ended up at the PC Games section where there were a couple of games, not as many as the platforms, but they did have Titan Fall, Call of Duty, & Watch Dogs. Asked a associate there to help me out and understand how this games work, which she did and also referred me to Steam.

    After check out steam I got addicted to this and was about to buy an game. But then I decided to see if my laptop qualified to run the game. After a test on "Can I Run It" it came back failed. Starting browsing the net again and found out the most tricked out desktops - 3 to 6 monitor configurations with minimum bezels, and unlimited amount of games.

    The fact that I do not have to wish for Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, or any other platform to tell me when to buy, what to buy, and after that I am stuck with that and would have to buy again is a big relief!! I started looking through some computers and instead of a pre-build I preferred I make one myself.
    I then did a lot of internet searching which led me to two very important sites that helped my build become a success, pcpartpicker and forums.pureoverclock. The people and their build has helped me pick and choose my parts for my computer!

    I started this around the beginning of April 6th, started doing my research, learning, browsing pictures and builds, and purchasing parts. I completed the build on December 20th when my final essential part - The GPU - came in.

    Part Choices:

    CPU - I know for a gaming build I don't need more than an i5, but for the price this was a steal at micro-center.

    CPU Cooler - I looked at the NZXT Kraken x61 and Corsair H100i and have been debating between them going back and forth. Then I came across the Swifttech H320 and H220. For the price, performance, and reviews this was the best choice. I can later on expand this to my GPU also.

    Motherboard - I have been reading some great reviews on EVGA and wanted my 1st built to be around EVGA as much as possible, being new to this I wanted to make sure I was purchasing from a company with high customer satisfaction. Granted I have not taken this to its maximum capabilities yet, but right now it performs perfectly well with no issues.

    Memory - Wanted something with a voltage of 1.5v or lower, reasonable price, and that will match my color scheme. Also I did not need anything more than 8GB for gaming but if I do run into issues in the future or just have some extra cash I can grab another pair of these. Oh did I mention it lights up?

    Storage - Wanted something from a reputable company, good revies, 3 year warranty, and reasonable price. At the time of purchase the Samsung evo 840 which has far better reviews was more expensive to went with the Ultra II. The 240 will be for my OS, MS office, any main programs. The Extra 2 TB will be for storage. I will purchase another SSD 500GB for games only real soon.

    Video Card - Price & Performance. Can't beat the GTX 970. I wanted to get the 980 but did not want to pay the ~$200 premium for it. Thinking about possibly getting another one for SLI, not sure though.

    Case - I wanted something different from the regular rectangle standing cases. I was going to purchase the Aerocool StrikeX-Air, but I heard a lot of complains regarding dust with that one. Then I came across this beauty and wow is this amazing to work with, build, and see. This case is recommend for beginners like me, or experts who can MOD this to the next level.

    Power Supply - Another EVGA product, I know 750W is more than enough for my rig, but it never hurts to have some extra wattage. Also it did not hurt my pockets that much.

    Operating System - 8.1

    Wireless Network Adapter - Had this laying around the house. Got it from my network provider years back but never used. Was a pain to find the drivers for this, ending up installing a bunch of viruses in the machine in the process and had to do a clean install. But finally got it to work.

    Case Fan - I wanted lights, but not too much, I have the blue fans in the front and can control them. For the interior the red/ or white/ or blue outlines really stand out, even when the machine is turned off.

    Fan Controller - 6 fans, and a 6 fan controller. Wanted the silver one for the looks, some techno, terminator feel to the whole black case, almost like it doesn't belong there but it looks good.

    Case Accessory - Lights, many many lights.

    Mouse - EVGA has a mouse. not a bad one either.

    Headphones - For under $60 I can't complain about this. It's usually around $100 or more.

    So Ladies and Gentlemen, this is my 1st built. It was fun, exciting, almost quit in the middle and wanted to return everything, then got back on it and completed it! Glad I did, I love it, and want to build more!! This should last a minimum of 5 years.

    PARTS & PRICES:

    Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz Quad-Core
    $249.99

    Swiftech H320 55.0 CFM Liquid $129.99

    EVGA Z97 FTW ATX LGA1150 $149.99

    Avexir Core series 8GB (2 x 4G) DDR3-2133 $75.99

    Sandisk Ultra II 240GB 2.5" SSD $84.99

    Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM $49.99

    Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM $49.99

    EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB FTW ACX 2.0 $359.99

    Corsair Air 540 ATX Mid Tower $100.49

    EVGA 750W ATX12V / EPS12V $104.99

    Microsoft Windows 8.1 Professional (32/64-bit) $0.00

    TP-Link TL-WN821N 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 $0.00

    Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm$19.98

    Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm $19.99

    Corsair Air Series AF140 Quiet Edition 67.8 CFM 140mm $19.99

    Cooler Master SickleFlow 69.7 CFM 120mm $7.99

    Cooler Master SickleFlow 69.7 CFM 120mm $7.99

    Cooler Master SickleFlow 69.7 CFM 120mm $7.99

    Lamptron FC2 Fan Controller $34.99

    NZXT Hue LED Controller $32.99

    EVGA TORQ X10 Wired Laser $14.99

    Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 5 $57.65



    Last edited by ali500mph; 23-12-2014 at 08:29.
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    Default Re: My Completed Build Thanks to Pureoverclock!!!!!!

    link is working good

    net is the finished product pictures~!!!!

    be forewarned, we have folks here who are cable routing fanatics!
    sweet machine btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    link = page not found
    Try it now.
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    Beautiful Job on the build although the link works why don't you post a couple of your favorite pictures here in this tread for all to see!

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    Going to upload them tomorrow. Converting the images to links takes forever but I will definitely do it.
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    Nice build i really love the price i hope i have that money so i can build one too

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    Pictures!!!





























































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    Quote Originally Posted by hakspromo View Post
    Nice build i really love the price i hope i have that money so i can build one too
    I started this April with $0 for the PC and 0 knowledge on how to make one. If I can do it, you can too! If you are a better saver then me I would suggest to buy all the parts at one time rather than what I did which was buy them one at a time. This can be scary as if one of your parts are bad you will not know until way later after the 3 month return or whatever the policy is. Also with computers the newest technology becomes old in a few days. While I was making mine DDR3 and Z97 was the hottest thing, and then after I purchased my motherboard, CPU, and RAM they announce the release of DDR4 & X99. Luckily for me all the parts worked and no RMA needed, and I probably don't need to upgrade this for another 5 years.
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    Nice job bro. Looks good. I liked the way the CLC was installed the first time. Having the hoses on the gpu is not appealing. Flip it back up. Overall it looks great. Cable management is outstanding. Good job on this build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice job bro. Looks good. I liked the way the CLC was installed the first time. Having the hoses on the gpu is not appealing. Flip it back up. Overall it looks great. Cable management is outstanding. Good job on this build.
    Thank You!

    Yeah I liked it on top also. But I read on some other forums, and also on the swiftech website for this product that they recommend it this way if it is set up in a vertical position. Now if that does not matter then I will change it in a heart beat! I hate how I have it covering up the FTW sign on the card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice job bro. Looks good. I liked the way the CLC was installed the first time. Having the hoses on the gpu is not appealing. Flip it back up. Overall it looks great. Cable management is outstanding. Good job on this build.
    I was actually going to say the same about the orientation.

    And it's not a CLC. You're slipping, Sandy....

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    This is from their website.

    (*) Default radiator installations are either horizontal with fill-port facing upwards or vertical with reservoir facing upwards. If the radiator is installed with its fill-port facing down, then more frequent refills are recommended
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    Very sorry didnt mean CLC. AIO. lol Better? Gesh
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    Nice build, Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali500mph View Post
    ...and I probably don't need to upgrade this for another 5 years.
    Great Build Ali!

    Now that you've built one though...I doubt the quote above will hold true. I've not NEEDED to upgrade my computer since 1991, but I have been upgrading constantly since then....<grin>.

    I hesitate to wonder how much I've spent over the years...just thinking back to the $$$ cost to upgrade my PC to handle Windows NT Preview makes me cry....lol

    Again Great build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali500mph View Post
    This is from their website.

    (*) Default radiator installations are either horizontal with fill-port facing upwards or vertical with reservoir facing upwards. If the radiator is installed with its fill-port facing down, then more frequent refills are recommended
    Yes.....and the tubes up top would also increase the chances of air going through the loop. My brain was working totally from an aesthetic standpoint when I agreed with Sandy.


    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Very sorry didnt mean CLC. AIO. lol Better? Gesh
    Much.

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