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Gaming Rig Currently removed from service

Rig type Gaming Rig
Description Mainboard and CPU given to my son. Remainder of parts moved to current gaming rig.
Status I Own It
Last updated Aug 24, 2016 at 1:18 pm

Photos (2)

Components

ComponentPrice PaidAvailable From 
$312 (USD)
$189 (USD)
$340 (USD)
$340 (USD)
$85 (USD)
$125 (USD)
$150 (USD)
$105 (USD)
$110 (USD)
$110 (USD)
$24 (USD)
$89 (USD)
$75 (USD)
$70 (USD)
$24 (USD)
$35 (USD)
$105 (USD)
$139 (USD)
$139 (USD)
$139 (USD)
$119 (USD)
$95 (USD)
$20 (USD)
$71 (USD)
$89 (USD)
$79 (USD)
$25 (USD)
Amazon.com
$55 (USD)
$25 (USD)
$17 (USD)
$25 (USD)
$115 (USD)
$25 (USD)
$18 (USD)
Total cost of this Rig: $3,483 (USD)

Comments (3)

Pretty beastly. I like the mouse pad LOL i know why is it necessary to have one anymore?!/
Got any pics of this bad-boy? love to see how it came together
Wow, I suck at seeing these comments im only a year to late on the first one LOL. Yeah a lot of people swear by mouse pads but I swear I can not tell a difference. At least not with the desk surface I currently have.

As for Pics. I can dig up a few if you really want to see them but I really need a larger case. I have way too much crammed into this 400R. Ive got a great air circuit thanks to the AIOs and being able to dump the GPU heat out but there are certainly better ways to do it than what I am doing. But it works for now and the temps are great.
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