Damn after seeing that one photo in the comment. This think is basically like a server rack it so huge. Definitely, would love to see more photos. but I know it would probably be a pain in the A** to move.
Congrats on your first. definitely when you get a chance add some more photos to show off your hard work.
Wow, this build is a beauty! I love everything bout this build and going clear fluid makes all the components pop with that monochrome look with a hint of RGB lol. Excellent build +1 for damn sure
That's a pretty good idea. I was thinking about building another one as an HTPC and that would be a great addition if I do build it.
I'm thinking bout building another one as an HTPC if I do ill mod it and add some glass to give it that boss look Lol. Also, i do have another build coming up but had to push it back further since I bought a new laptop for work. But so far the components have are a hyper 212, 750 EVGA power supply and a define s case. I was going to go i7 7700k but IDK if I should do a Ryzen build.
that would be very interesting to find out but unfortunately I don't have the adapter to measure it but im pretty positive that thing barely sips any power maybe ill add that to my list of thing to purchase down the road lol. thanks for the comment
The color scheme is awesome I love the black and red look then you throw in the tempered glass damn!!
She is a beauty congrats on the build.
Great build, only thing I would have recommend was to go with the G4560. Its basically the same price as the g4400 but its dual core with hyper-threading. It would definitely helped out with the gaming.
Hey sorry for the late reply but interestingly enough it booted right up and installed windows 10 but I did flash the bios again just in case.
Ya thats the only gripe that I have with the case, being the sides are poriforated and there is no filter you can put on with it unless you make something yourself but it is really easy to open up and hit it with a can of air. So it's got that going for it. Glad you like the photos man.
@Jerome54 I updated the build with some new photos
@jerome54 I think you meant to say ASRock h110m-stx which you are right. And yes i did add the 2 USB extension after I finished filming it. it forgot that I had ordered it and went back and installed it which was kind of a pain the cable is really bulky so it may take a few tried to get the mobo tray back it without that wire hitting the heatsink fan. I also added the part to the list thanks to your link. and no I didn't use the wifi card I didn't realize it was Bluetooth as well when I read the info (meaning I glanced at it) I thought I only read wifi card. and since I'm hard wiring to my router, i disregarded it but now I'll make sure when I get time and add it. but I definitely recommend building and the CPU its great
The Asrock Deskmini 110 includes a mobo that is the only reason why i dont have a mobo listed and yes i did mess up not taking pics of the internals all installed but i did include a link to a video that i did which is a time-lapse of me building it. but yes maybe later today ill open it up and take some photos and add them to the list.
This little 60 dollar processor handles the work would highly recommend this build for office work