My daughter wanted a PC for quite a while now but we didn't have the money to get her one in time for her birthday so i went to work on compiling a list of components to build her one for christmas.
Super nice budget build, dad. Way to take care of your daughter.
thank you she loved it
Good dad. Very nice budget build with overclocking capabilities. Thanks for sharing!
Great dad, hope ur daughter loves the pc!
Oh yea she never gets off it
Epic Daddy / Daughter build. That nail polish is getting little close for my liking... but girls just wanna have fun right?
If you don't mind me asking, where did you get the mouse and keyboard from?
Looks a lot better than my build in the tesseract
As long as you do cable management and have blue/black components any build should look good in a tesseract
I've tried so many times to cable manage my build in the tesseract but its honestly disgusting. The holes aren't in the right place in my opinion. I did a NZXT S340 build and the cable management is great. and the legs fell off my case in the tesseract
Good things come to those who wait I hope she really enjoys her PC anything for the kids.
Very nice build! Reminds me of when I did my dad's christmas build(Only a month ago lol).
I hope they enjoy it to the fullest!
I made a build like that under $500 but well done on that budget build.
The whole setup looks very cool! I hope you and your daughter enjoyed building it together and for the future playing together!
Are the CPU and other components thought to being updated one day or why the powerfuls cooler and psu? Were they just good deals on sale?
i really like those blue and white wires where did you get them? great job btw it looks amazing
I made the blue and white wires, they are extensions
Ok great build btw just one thing and i DO NOT mean to put you down at all or anything but if she games how in the world is she going to be able to move her mouse more than an inch left or right lol
I'm working on A shelf for the side of her desk to put the tower on but she has the dpi set really high so the mouse doesn't need to move far
High DPI, we both use it. I can move across my 32" screen with about an inch movement
How did your MATX motherboard hold up in the mid tower build? Did you have any problems with the BIOS in this motherboard?
No everything worked out fine, I probably need to update the bios since I haven't done that in a while
Just a question, how did you remove the SSD drive bays?
I have that case too. Hope your daughter likes her PC
Sorry for such A late reply I don't get notification from here that I have a comment, I had to drill out the rivets
A very nice build but I would recomend geting a intel, but thats just me.
Thank you, and intel is over priced
ye she wanted to play games so i made sure she'd be able to play decently high end titles plus there's upgrade path
You could have gone without the cooler, but nice build anyways