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    Default In Win D-Frame Mini Build

    just a little basic build i put together for my son. he wont be gaming on since he got a new Xbox One from Xmas. this just for his social media sites, net surfing and for reports for school and a little beatmaking.

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    In Win D-Frame Mini



    The motherboard: Asus P8H61-I-R2.0




    Cryorig H5


    Kingston Hyperx Fury 16gb ram


    Mounting the H5



    As you can see i ran into a little size issue with this cooler. Should have gotten the C1 instead. The cooler is too wide and blocks the pci-e slot so couldnt fit my GTX 750Ti


    using my old Bitfenix Spectre Pros for cooling from the bottom.


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    ot everything installed (phone cam started acting funny as you can see from the grainy pics)


    f
    irst startup and everything is running smooth




    Finally put on the glass panels and added my LED stick for some extra light




    and here is the rats nest of cable management if you wanna even call it that



    and that's it all done!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: In Win D-Frame Mini Build

    Nice little rig. He's liking this, right?

    I like the case, but that cooler not allowing for the GPU sucks. Are you thinking of replacing it?
    Looking at the 7th picture down, that cooler looks like the BORG on that little motherboard! LOL!

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    Default Re: In Win D-Frame Mini Build

    Nice looking rig Tee. The boy will love it...

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    Default Re: In Win D-Frame Mini Build

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Nice little rig. He's liking this, right?

    I like the case, but that cooler not allowing for the GPU sucks. Are you thinking of replacing it?
    Looking at the 7th picture down, that cooler looks like the BORG on that little motherboard! LOL!
    nah he loves it. he likes the case too. he was showing his girlfriend over video chat last night. she was like where is mine? like i said he not gaming on it so the intel graphics is good enough. now he can do his stuff and practice his beat making i was gonna go for the Cryorig C1 but didnt think that the H5 was that wide. i must say for an open case the system is pretty quiet. much more quiet than that old prebuild desktop they use to have.

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Nice looking rig Tee. The boy will love it...
    Thanks Jim he does love it. i just told him to be careful with the glass panels and keep those cats away from it.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    nah he loves it. he likes the case too. he was showing his girlfriend over video chat last night. she was like where is mine? like i said he not gaming on it so the intel graphics is good enough. now he can do his stuff and practice his beat making i was gonna go for the Cryorig C1 but didnt think that the H5 was that wide. i must say for an open case the system is pretty quiet. much more quiet than that old prebuild desktop they use to have.



    Thanks Jim he does love it. i just told him to be careful with the glass panels and keep those cats away from it.
    Cats be all over that ..

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    Nice job Tee. You should switch the cooler so you can out the 750ti in it. You must convert him into a PC gamer just so you can kick his ass in COD, Titanfall and BF4. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice job Tee. You should switch the cooler so you can out the 750ti in it. You must convert him into a PC gamer just so you can kick his ass in COD, Titanfall and BF4. lol
    So true Sandy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice job Tee. You should switch the cooler so you can out the 750ti in it. You must convert him into a PC gamer just so you can kick his ass in COD, Titanfall and BF4. lol
    nah he aint ready for all that. plus all his friends and his cousins all have Xbox One so they play online together. he was trying to teach his mom how to play Madden and she sucks lol. she only decent at fighting games because she a button masher lol. she use to beat in Tekken doing that crap. that use to **** me off. she even did it at the movie theatre once. some dude was watching and started laughing at me so i was like you play her and she beat him too lol. i actually play COD Advanced Warfare at his house since my multiplayer dont work and damn i suck smh....in MW3 and Black Op2 i would destroy him. all he care is now he can finally practice his beatmaking. he been wanting to do it for a while now. was trying to teach him the basics last night. it's gonna take a lot of practice.
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    Nice build Tee. I like that case a lot.
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    Looking Good Tee! I am waiting for my Mini D Frame to come in also.
    Gonna o\put my Lan OC into it and get rid of the Corsair 250D I have.
    Nice little set up you have for your son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Nice build Tee. I like that case a lot.
    Thanks Sam


    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Looking Good Tee! I am waiting for my Mini D Frame to come in also.
    Gonna o\put my Lan OC into it and get rid of the Corsair 250D I have.
    Nice little set up you have for your son.
    Thanks Kenny my son loves the case too. he said it looks cool.
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    Niice! Wish all dads are like you, know I will

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    Quote Originally Posted by nSone View Post
    Niice! Wish all dads are like you, know I will
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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