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My Rig

CaseCORSAIR OBSIDIAN SERIES 750D FULL TOWER CASECustom Liquid Cooling KitLiquid Series Mid Kit - EKGraphics Card CoolingEK FC Nickel & Backplate - For One Graphics Card!Coolant ColourMayhems X1 UV GreenLED Lighting2x 50cm RGB LED StripOverclocked CPUOverclocked Intel Core i7-7740X Quad Core (4.30GHz @ up to 5.0GHz)MotherboardASUS ROG STRIX X299-E GAMING: ATX, USB 3.1, SATA 6 GB/s, WIFI - RGB Ready!Memory (RAM)32GB Corsair VENGEANCE RGB DDR4 3000MHz (4 x 8GB)Graphics Card11GB EVGA GEFORCE GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING - DVI, HDMI, 3 x DPGet Destiny 2 with select GTX 10 Series GPUs! ** Limited Codes Available **1st Hard Disk1TB SATA-III 3.5" HDD, 6GB/s, 7200RPM, 32MB CACHEM.2 SSD Drive256GB SAMSUNG SM961 M.2, PCIe NVMe (up to 3100MB/R, 1400MB/W)Power SupplyCORSAIR 650W RMx SERIES MODULAR 80 PLUS GOLD, ULTRA QUIETPower Cable1 x 1 Metre UK Power Cable (Kettle Lead)Braided Power Supply CablesColoured Braided PSU Cable Kit - Black/GreenThermal PasteARCTIC MX-4 EXTREME THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY COMPOUNDSound CardONBOARD 8 CHANNEL (7.1) HIGH DEF AUDIO (AS STANDARD)Wireless/Wired Networking10/100/1000 GIGABIT LAN PORT (Wi-Fi NOT INCLUDED)USB OptionsMIN. 2 x USB 3.0 & 2 x USB 2.0 PORTS @ BACK PANEL + MIN. 2 FRONT PORTSOperating SystemGenuine Windows 10 Home 64 Bit - inc DVD & Single Licence

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My Monitor


ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q 24 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Gaming Monitor, 1 ms, up to 180 Hz, DP, HDMI, USB3.0, G-SYNC

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My Keyboard

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Keyboard

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Mouse

Razer Mamba Tournament Edition PC Gaming Mouse

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Gaming Chair

CORSAIR T1 Race Gaming Chair - Black/Red

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#2. Posted:
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Your PC is looking fly as **** man.

Can't wait to see everything when it's all completed.
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How much did you pay for everything?
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Ughhhhh the Corsair 750D. Worst case mistake I have personally ever made lol Then again, I didn't watercool it, I was on just pure fans and AIO, which the noise bounced around the case and was loud.

I am curious as to why a 1080 Ti was thrown in for a 1080p monitor @ 180Hz, positive a 1070 would have achieved that and saved you about $400-ish. Then again, it's not my money but I am a little curious because of the monitor for that GPU lol.

Also question on the tubing for your liquid cooling. Where these soft tubing or hard tubing? If they were hard tubing, where you had to heat them up and bend it, I really hope you looked over the tubing carefully for the slightest spider/stress cracks. That can cause leaks and in the worst case scenario, bursting which would kill your hardware. If it's soft tubing, you just really need to worry that you fit the compression fittings on properly, which most people get first time around.

Travis wroteHow much did you pay for everything?


Without putting the parts into a list, I would assume £2700-3000, not counting shipping or taxes (if any,) so about $3400-$3800.
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TaigaAisaka wroteUghhhhh the Corsair 750D. Worst case mistake I have personally ever made lol Then again, I didn't watercool it, I was on just pure fans and AIO, which the noise bounced around the case and was loud.

I am curious as to why a 1080 Ti was thrown in for a 1080p monitor @ 180Hz, positive a 1070 would have achieved that and saved you about $400-ish. Then again, it's not my money but I am a little curious because of the monitor for that GPU lol.

Also question on the tubing for your liquid cooling. Where these soft tubing or hard tubing? If they were hard tubing, where you had to heat them up and bend it, I really hope you looked over the tubing carefully for the slightest spider/stress cracks. That can cause leaks and in the worst case scenario, bursting which would kill your hardware. If it's soft tubing, you just really need to worry that you fit the compression fittings on properly, which most people get first time around.

Travis wroteHow much did you pay for everything?


Without putting the parts into a list, I would assume £2700-3000, not counting shipping or taxes (if any,) so about $3400-$3800.
The best thing is though buddy, he's not gaming on it

:kappapride:
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Craig wrote
TaigaAisaka wroteUghhhhh the Corsair 750D. Worst case mistake I have personally ever made lol Then again, I didn't watercool it, I was on just pure fans and AIO, which the noise bounced around the case and was loud.

I am curious as to why a 1080 Ti was thrown in for a 1080p monitor @ 180Hz, positive a 1070 would have achieved that and saved you about $400-ish. Then again, it's not my money but I am a little curious because of the monitor for that GPU lol.

Also question on the tubing for your liquid cooling. Where these soft tubing or hard tubing? If they were hard tubing, where you had to heat them up and bend it, I really hope you looked over the tubing carefully for the slightest spider/stress cracks. That can cause leaks and in the worst case scenario, bursting which would kill your hardware. If it's soft tubing, you just really need to worry that you fit the compression fittings on properly, which most people get first time around.

Travis wroteHow much did you pay for everything?


Without putting the parts into a list, I would assume £2700-3000, not counting shipping or taxes (if any,) so about $3400-$3800.
The best thing is though buddy, he's not gaming on it

:kappapride:


I will one day though so ill be ready
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Looks good, Mikey!
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This looks sexy as.

How much did you pay for it and was it worth it
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Very nice pal
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