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Nooby Casual Trash Build

by geeordon

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11 Comments

Details

Date Published

June 13, 2018

Date Built

June 12, 2018

CPU Clock Rate

2.8GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

33.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

49.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.61GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

8.01GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

33.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

69.0° C

Description

First Build All the Way From a Small Island in the Pacific. Yes Shipping Was a Pain.

I'll be using it for some casual gaming, homework, watching vids. I'm taking Engineering Design, so I'll be learning AutoCAD this Fall. The text with 1440p res is so small, hopefully I'll get used to it and my eyes won't get worse. Also, Be very careful when installing the mobo. Idk if i'm just a dumb dumb outlier based on no mention of this happening to others in reviews, but my hdmi, monitor Display, and USB 3.0 ports in the back of the case were damaged by parts on the mobo metal pan (see picture). I had to pry them out /:

Thank you to /u/snRNA2123 and /u/QuantumVI for their advice on reddit even though i didn't follow it.. sorry xD

Thanks to /u/JohnSmithestine for the sweet deal on Windows Home N.

Most of all, THANK YOU to my big brother Gabe for all the advice, patience, support, and for shipping my parts here <3 <3 <3.

Comments Sorted by:

EagleByte 1 Build 4 points 8 days ago

Hate to tell you, but according to my standards, you were an idiot with the mobo I/O shield. You were supposed to bend the tabs in (if you're looking at the I/O shield from the back of the case) and then they would be out of the way of the I/O ports. But other than that, you weren't an idiot. But, is it really a nooby build?...

+1

Microwavablecat 1 point 8 days ago

Definitely a professional boob. Needs more cooling and a fixed I/O shield. Coulda saved $120 by going with an AOC 2560x1440 144Hz monitor. (but that's just me)

EagleByte 1 Build 1 point 8 days ago

Wait... how could he provide more cooling? He's populated all fan slots, and is unable to add any more. Do you mean a better heat sink?

Microwavablecat 2 points 7 days ago

Pardon me for not specifying. Yes. I'm curious about what the load cpu temp would be.

Khaosix 19 Builds 3 points 8 days ago
  • Solid parts list.
  • Clean cable management.
  • Good number of pictures.

That's a +1 from me.

geeordon submitter 1 Build 1 point 7 days ago

ty kind sir

scatterforce 3 points 8 days ago

Good build.

I would recommend turning your 2 front fans around as intake... Right now, all of your fans are exhausting.

geeordon submitter 1 Build 2 points 8 days ago

Thanks for the advice. I'll get to it.

frenchee 2 points 8 days ago

whoop whoop Autocad ftw XD

customgtp 18 Builds 2 points 8 days ago

Yeah this is a good build and is probably working okay for you but please.... Please take the advice. Take the motherboard out and fix the i/o shield. Seriously. And flip the front fans while your at it.... And then enjoy that build!! +1

Saeed.io 1 point 8 days ago

this build is sick what do u mean its nooby LOL