Beautiful, simply beautiful. excellent work, my friend. definite +1
Very nice. very clean, too. I love the fact that you had a general theme for the base of the build— that whole black and gunmetal aesthetic. that RGB though, that's debatable. very nice build all around though, +1.
Love the build. great job. +1
(You wouldn't happen to have a link to that wonderful Kirito wallpaper, would you?)
awesome. purely awesome. I love the cleanliness of the build overall and just how simple, yet complex the system is. I'm glad you're enjoying it so much. enjoy the build! +1
absolutely gorgeous build. I love the murdered out aesthetic of the build. and the purple RGB. Ughh, sooo beautiful. amazing work, dude, keep it up. +1
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I followed a hickintosh guide on YouTube and installed Mojave on my new SSD so that I could have a distraction free OS to do homework on. all the resources needed to do it are on tonymacx86 for the z270 platform. however, doing it on an AMD APU, especially the Ryzen series, is not advised, you will have major issues in getting even working, and even if you do get it to post, you will have none of the additional features working.
thank you. (list discontinuity is fixed.)
the sag thing was a coincidence, though
CAD, it eats the stuff
this is absolutely stunning, stellar work. +1
I like this. I like this A LOT. excellent work. +1
this is a beautiful build. +1
he's an old boy, just turned 13 a few months back.
Absolutely stunning. I'm a sucker for small builds and this one is done excellently. +1
Very, very clean. I really love the aesthetic of this setup and how cleanly done this is. +1
Over all this is a very clean build, excellent job on that. +1
The only things I would suggest you do would probably relocate the RGB strip to the top of the case, or along the front panel of the case.
I would also suggest looking for a motherboard that is black because the sliver really kind of sticks out like a sore thumb in this build.
it is a 65" oak desktop from Lorell. Sadly it has been removed from Amazon's listing for desks, so I cant provide a link to it.
HaHa, thank you. and sadly, no.
Thanks for the suggestion! I'll keep it in mind, but I had planned to wrap the DIMMs in black painters tape.
My older brother was upgrading his system and he sold me his old RAM.
for the deal I got on the sticks I'm not really going to complain.
Rodesian Ridgeback and Chesapeake Bay Retreiver mix.
Very nice, I like it. +1
I will miss them, their cases were always something to behold. Very nice work on this PC.
this is beautiful.
yeah, they are stable at 5.3 with 1.37 volts.
and I do feel bad for those who got the binned 8700ks
Most I've seen so far with my older brothers' testing has been about 5.5GHz at 1.43 volts without de-lidding and with a custom loop on it.
When the two of them de-lidded it and cooled it with the same loop they were able to take their chip to an insane 5.76GHz at 1.50 volts with a max temp of 78 degrees.
Absolutely gorgeous! Very well done. This is seriously a beautiful, beautiful piece.
more storage sounds like a good investment here, but I would suggest that you go for something like two 4tb drives in Raid 1 instead of Raid 0 because Raid 0 stripes the data across the drives and because the types of drives you suggested are mechanical I don't suggest that because of the chance of failure and complete loss of data or headache of waiting for data recovery.
Wonderful build here and tremendous effort with the Ncase build I'm sorry that the temps didn't work out. However, that being said, this system is wonderful and is a terrific successor to the original.
not bad for a case of that size and props to you for getting the AIO in there as well. thumbs up +1
Cannon Lake is a 10nm Process, it will be quite a large IPC gain over the current coffee lake chips.
(☉_☉) that's expensive. My wallet says no, but I really want it.
going with an 8600k and an ASrock z-370 Extreme 4 in the next two months.
Im looking at shooting for doing a coffee-lake upgrade here in the next two-two-and-a-half months. Will be purchasing an 8600k and an ASrock Z-370 Extreme-4 motherboard.
I cannot run Horizon, but I can run motorsport 7
the hobbit, very fitting considering the size class of your build here. tiny, but it packs a ouch inside of it and defies expectations.
very nice meshify build, I like the one very much.
very nicely done for the first build, good job.
This is my mind speaking and my personal opinion, when you change the GPU out I might suggest a basic black sleeved cable extension kit from Phanteks and running the GPU poor cable up through the PSU shroud just to help clean the PC up a bit more. AS I said, that is my opinion and you can do what you wish as it is your build. +1
thank you, now to hope that my 212 dollars was well spent for apartment filling audio.
may i ask you what the sound bar you are using is? been looking for sound bar that is of better quality than the 25 dollar one i am currently using.
I love it. +1
very kind thing to do, and this should definitely be powerful enough to do what she wants to do with the machine(s). +1
found where my skittles disappeared to. +1
you saw the opportunity and you took it.