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Bennoo

Bennoo

Member Since 24 Feb 2015
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In Topic: happy birthday Walter

14 December 2017 - 10:22 PM

Happy Birthday Walter White :D


In Topic: Congrats to Poland and its people on this achievement <3

26 November 2017 - 02:21 AM

If you need to explain someone what mars is, that's just sad

Clearly that is the case. xD


In Topic: Congrats to Poland and its people on this achievement <3

25 November 2017 - 06:11 PM

Lmao that hashtag though






Those who don't get it

Spoiler


In Topic: Upcoming birthday gift for my friend

24 November 2017 - 11:17 PM

Build Is drawing close to 500W, that's why we went with 850W PSU to give more leeway when overclocked.

 

Cooler would be either D14 or D15 (both monstrous) and the mounting bracket is no problem because Noctua started shipping AM4 and TR socket mounting brackets with its products so no problem there :)

 

I wouldn't go with coffee lake build just because Intel is holding up the releases of lower end chipsets because you know AMD grabbing Intel by the balls in CPU department.

 

and I'll tell him a stranger said hello :)

You're pretty much good to go then :D 


Btw I also own the same graphics card and it handles everything I throw at it on ultra easily asf. I haven't even OC'd it yet. :) 


In Topic: Upcoming birthday gift for my friend

24 November 2017 - 05:29 PM

The power supply is overkill, you can swap it with a 650w one and still be able to overclock that beast. This build will draw about 350w idle, not OC'd. :) It will save you 100$~


Btw, what Noctua are you planning to get? I know Noctua NH-D14 65.0 sometimes requires a separately sold mounting adapter to fit MSI motherboards.


I like the build, great choices for the parts. Your friend is so lucky! Very nice of you by the way :)


Tell him an internet stranger said happy Birthday to you. :p