Sunday, February 13, 2011

TIM'S RIG

Hi its Tim here again from JWTechParts bringing you another post about PC builds. Todays post will be about my current rig and its specs.

Specs:
Thermaltake armor+ 6000BWS case
OCZ GameXtreme 1010W power supply
ASUS P6T Motherboard
3x 1G OCZ DDR3 1600mhz triple channel memory
Intel Core i7 920 Processor LGA1366 2.66GHz
ATI HD5770
Stock cooling

Some pics


Sorry about the quality of the photos. I was unable to find a camera anywhere so i had to use my webcam.

As you can see from the interior of the case, this thing is huge. An enormous working space with a very well designed cable routing system.

Yes, I got bored one day and decided to solder a different color of lights to the side fan from its original blue to this blood red.

There are quite a few changes i would like to make to my build. for example better cooling so that i can overclock, more fans ect...

Sorry I cant go on much more about my rig but if you would like to leave a comment about any suggestions or want to show off your own PC please go ahead.

17 comments:

  1. what would you estimate the cost at?

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  2. A lot cheaper now since i built it. Maybe $1150 without monitor. was more like 1500 when i first got the parts.

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  3. nice rig my good sir... i dig the leds!

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  4. oh man that looks sick! awesome blog btw, i'll be sure to check back often. hit up mine if you're interested,
    http://lifeofbaron.blogspot.com

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  5. good one..but I kinda dont like the case you used...but nice anyways

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  6. i love the case its just not LAN party friendly weighing in at 18 KG

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  7. very nice, I love the i7's there crazy

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  8. Awesome, it looks so futuristic!

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  9. i feel old with my little 1998 laptop lol... gotta get a new one quick!

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  10. Man this thing kicks the crap out of my computer, then again I have an HP desktop from 2002.

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  11. I love what you did with the side fan it's awesome!

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