I like the budget on this and the outcome, nice build.
Yeah if you don't do much gaming up that CPU, monitor and you should be good.
I don't agree that nearly any computer can run it, the game still needs optimization and crashes frequently on high end PC's.
IDK bout your budget but you can grab a nice 1080 that runs @144 for about 450-500. After tax and this is in Canada.. If you're in the states it'll be even cheaper.
Nice build man! I love to see others with the same case and you my friend make it look good. Can it run PUBG tho?
Clean build brosif.
Thanks 4 the love gents.
Nope, no splitters needed. As long as you have a mobo that can fit enough fans. All the fan ports on my mobo are being used if I wanted to add anymore I'd need a splitter.
Honestly it's holding up great at 144mhz. I had to return the first monitor due to a few faint lines on the screen but the second one is great. Only complaint is no vesa mounting available but I'm going to rig something up.
Thanks for the tip. Budgeting isn't a huge concern. I plan to get another hdd or ssd, as well as a m.2 to run my main programs and video games.
This is dope asf
I think the desk looks dope.
Well then good for you. Nice build!
jesus Christ kid please tell me your parents didn't pay for this
I will be running some more intense games soon and post details regarding the stats.
Yeah great colours so far however the first monitor I purchased had 3-4 dead pixels so I exchanged for the same one and this monitor has roughly 1-2 dead pixels. I would recommend buying from a different company to be completely honest. Only because of the dead pixels other than that everything is great.
It's the MSI Optix series 27" Curved Monitor, runs at 144Mhz.
Forgot to include my HPPRO7 128GB SSD. Most of my programs are being ran through my HDD's that's probably why they're so slow. Thanks for the tip.
bro upgrade that table to a desk and you'll be in business.