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post #1951 of 2056
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That's awesome. Reminds me of a higher-end version of mine. Have you checked out the NZXT Hue? It looks great in the Phantom and makes trippy lighting effects. I love it.

 

I didn't even know they made things like this. What a party inside the case! lol...not sure if I'd get one, but it would be fun to mess around with for a bit.

post #1952 of 2056
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I didn't even know they made things like this. What a party inside the case! lol...not sure if I'd get one, but it would be fun to mess around with for a bit.


Got one for Christmas, and it's great fun. That said, I'm really just using it because I built my PC years ago and have nothing better to do than aesthetic upgrades at this point (gonna spray paint the highlights on my Phantom green, too to match all my Razer gear. Should be cool).
 It's definitely not the wisest thing to spend money on though lol.

post #1953 of 2056

My laptop specs:

 

Samsung RV711

Windows 7

 

177 GB Hard Drive C :(

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU M380 @ 2.53Ghz 2.53Ghz

RAM: 4.00 GB (3.80 Usable) :(

64-Bit Operating System

post #1954 of 2056

HDD is upgradeable, as is ram. You can turn those smiley faces upside down with $150. :P

post #1955 of 2056
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Originally Posted by OmarCCX View Post
 

HDD is upgradeable, as is ram. You can turn those smiley faces upside down with $150. :P

Maybe I'll wait a little longer.

Storage prices drop every year...

post #1956 of 2056

Built a new desktop around 6 months ago so thought I'll post it here too!

 

Intel i5-4670k

Gigabyte GA-Z87N-WIFI

MSI GTX 760 TF

8 GB DDR3 2400

120GB Toshiba SSD

1TB WD Blue

Bitfenix Prodigy White

post #1957 of 2056

Lenovo IdeaCentre A730

 

Intel i7 4700MQ

Windows 8.1

NVIDIA GeForce GT745M 2GB

27" All In One QHD Glossy with 10 point PCT Multi-touch 2560 x 1440

1TB 5400 RPM

8.0GB PC3-12800 DDR3 SDRAM 1600 MHz (upgrading to 16GB soon!)

Blu-ray/DVD-RW

 

post #1958 of 2056

I went from a i7 980x, Asus Rampage III Extreme, 4 GTX480's to the rig below:

 

i3 2100 (looking for 3770k) Noctua D14 P-P tri fans
32GB Mushkin Redline goodness
Gigabyte Z68XP-UD5
Leadtek GTX680 4GB
Gigabyte GTX670 2GB (Physx)
Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatality Professional with LME47920 dual opamps
12TB need SSD badly
Enermax Evolution 85+ 1250watt
Antec P280

post #1959 of 2056

i72600k@5.2GHZ with Noctua D14 with 3 fans

16 GB ram (g-skill)

2 1TB Hitachi HD's in raid 0

1 4TB WD drive

2 Gigabyte GTX 670's in SLI 

Asus ProV z77

LanBoy Air

Corsair TX850m

post #1960 of 2056

Most recent custom build:

 

Case: Bitfenix Prodigy (handles removed)

CPU: i7 2600K @ 4.5 GHz

Mobo: Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe

RAM: 16 GM DDR3 1866 MHz

SSD: 2 x  Corsair Force GT 240GB in RAID-0

HDD: Seagate 3 TB 7200RPM

GPU: MSI GTX 780 TI Gaming

PSU: Seasonic SSR-650RM

post #1961 of 2056

Freshly built this weekend:

 

Intel i7 4770

32 GB ram

EVGA GTX 760 (2GB ACX)

128GB SSD

**Pending RAID**

Asus Z87-A Mobo

Corsair HX750 PSU

Older Silverstone case

 

and a 38.5" 4K Seiki for a monitor. Actually, I had to build this machine to drive the monitor, my 4-year old laptop wasn't up to it.

post #1962 of 2056
Hmmmm... what are you planning to do with 32 GB of ram? I have 16 GB and that feels excessive.
post #1963 of 2056
32gb is not excessive if you use it for memory taxing applications VM's, Lightroom and other video/photo editing programs. I'm making the move to 64GB soon and early impressions is that I'll run out.
post #1964 of 2056

I should probably upgrade to 16gb from 8gb before DDR3 prices go mad, especially since my memory is 2133mhz

post #1965 of 2056
I'm waiting for DDR4 before I make any upgrades wink.gif
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