Thats very nice Linnemeyerhere!
I'm really pleased with how easily my processor OC'd to 4.0 with more time and tweaking I think 4.4 - 4.6 is possible and stable and the thing was $150.00 delivered USD.
This is my first build and wanted to build a rig ready for Windows 8+
I built my new rig a couple weeks ago, It is a sandybridge based rig and it is running great. The only major hiccup was a DOA Evga 570 HD Video card but the retailer replaced it with the Asus card.
Time for some pictures as I dug out my
4 year old web cam and used my Cyberlink You Cam software to take the pics.newer Logitech C910 and took better pictures.
OS Windows 7 Professional
CPU Intel i7 2600K @ 3.40 GHz
Motherboard ASUS Sabertooth P67
Memory Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit
Graphics Card Asus ENGTX570 GeForce GTX 570 1280MB GDDR5 PCI-E w/ Dual DVI
Monitor Sharp 42" LCD TV ( 5 HDMI and VGA inputs )
Keyboard Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110
Mouse Microsoft Confort Optical Mouse 3000
PSU Corsair TX 850W Power Supply w/ 140mm Fan
Case Cooler Master HAF 932 High Air Flow Full Tower Chassis
Cooling Zalman CNPS10X FLEX CPU Cooler & 2 Thermalright Silent Fans
Hard Drives Intel SSD 510 Series SATA III Solid State Drive, 120GB
Blu Ray Writer LG Super Multi Blue Internal Blu-ray Disk Rewriter - BH10LS30
TV Card Hauppauge - HVR 1800 Media Center Kit - NTSC and ATSC TV Tuner
Media Card Reader Kama Reader 2, 45-in-1 Card Reader
New Front USB 3.0 Ports
CPU Cooler & Memory
Blu ray & media card reader
230 mm fan right side
Behind Mobo tray
Heart of the beast
Power Supply & Video card
230 mm Top fan
Hid more wiring below hard drive trays
42 inch monitor
Wireless Keyboard & Mouse
AS SSD benchmark
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Nice rig :cloud9:
One picture of my tower's innards and three pictures of my lil' Netbook, an HP Mini 110-1125NR.
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Here's mine. I built it in October '09. In February this year my Be Quiet! 850w PSU failed.
I had it replaced with a Corsair AX850 and this is much quieter. It doesn't start it's fan until load reaches 20%. Also my temps have dropped a couple of degrees all round.
I love this case. The whole motherboard tray is on ball bearing rollers and can be slid out or easily removed completely. Makes it very easy to work on.
Nice looking rig johnwillyums.
Looks good John
Thanks guys. My first ever build. Still amazes me when I press the button and it starts:grin: