This has to be the most creative PC I've seen in a while... I'm jealous lol
Nice looking first build :)
Really nice... love the tower and good cable management
thank you and sorry for the late response
Really nice and clean build !! I like how you took pictures showing the process of the build.... Tell your nephew he did an excellent job.
I'm Jealous :(
Very Nice !!
really nice looking build
I built my first PC a few months back, and I got no where near the "bang for my buck" as you did !! 2x Gtx 970's for around the price I paid for my one lol... You need to start a blog giving tips on how to bargain shop for PC components. BTW nice job on your build :)
Nice lighting !!
Looking good !! I honestly never heard of Enermax since I'm new to PC building, but I might look into this brand and maybe use it in any future builds I may do
congrats on the build
That is one bad *** looking PC !!
Nice build !! I wish there was a MIcrocenter in my area
No it's not to bad. Plus it appears cable management can be a little tougher depending on the case that you choose, with some cases leaving more wires exposed. The case that I used for my first build hid all the cables behind the motherboard and hid the PSU, so you would only see a few cables through the side panel display.
Nice color scheme :)
agreed... nice build
Good cable management.... this is a nice looking PC
love the color scheme !!
Nice build... I also picked the NZXT S340 as the case for my first build. I love how the design helps with keeping a clean look when it comes to wire management.
Congrats on the the first build :)
You should be very proud of this build.... you did an excellent job !!
I like this build :)
Congrats on the first build..... Looking good
All I can say is WOW !!
Congrats on your first build and good job. I just recently completed my first build of a gaming PC and I've learned quite a bit through the process. It feels good seeing the end result of your work :)
I actually saved my copy of Windows 8.1 on a USB flash drive and had it set up to an ISO so that I could run the installation. It was actually painless and extremely simple. I found a tutorial on how to do this on NCIX.com's Youtube page.
Looking good... Sounds like you had a few obstacles to overcome.... but I'm glad to hear that you got it up and running. Great Job !!
Thank you :)
It was initially a suggestion as an inexpensive motherboard, so I bought it without comparing it with other motherboards that would have been a better buy and future proof for just a few dollars more. Had I known what I know now, I would have gotten a board that supports overclocking as well as SLI. I am literally a noob at this, so building a PC was totally uncharted territory for me :)