This is the old, first build, with a 1050 Ti and Mastercase.
Rev.1 - * First PC build * September 2017 Rev.1.5 - * Upgraded from 1050TI to 980 * January 2018 Rev.2 - * Upgraded from Gigabyte H110M to Asrock B250 K4 * Upgraded from Cooler Master 500W to Thermaltake 750W * Began adding LED Strips * Febuary 2018 Rev.2.5 - * Changed from Cooler Master Masterbox 5 MSI to Thermaltake V27 * Added more LED Strips * April 2018 Rev.3 - * Upgraded from CM H212 to Antec Kühler H600 * Upgraded from many Sickleflow fans to many nice looking cheaper fans. * Liquid Metal'd my GPU (G'day Aaron) * May 2018 Rev.3.5 - * Upgraded from my old TV to a 21:9 75Hz Monitor and a smaller secondary one I found in the attic * Liquid Metal'd my CPU * June 2018 I live in Perth, so if pricing shocks you, thats because it's in the most isolated city on the planet The PC: It rocks. I decided to make the switch from Xbox to PC for two main reasons; LSPDFR, and the death of Xbox exclusives such as Forza. If Forza were still only for Xbox I would probably still own mine. I purchased the parts for it around August 2017 from Austin Computers in Osbourne Park and Amazon in the USA The Parts I got an amazing deal on some of the stuff. The RAM cost me around $90 USD after Amazon's VISA Credit thingo. The CPU was a bit much but the 212 came for free. The Devastator 2 was $75 but came with a hat, and the 1050TI was $270. I thought I was getting ripped of back then, but when I sold it they went for around $310. It was bought by a guy in Victoria IIRC who needed the LP one for his HTPC. I've been good recently. I've abstained from making any upgrades to the PC for a while, and plan on holding on to it for a while. If I do upgrade it, it will be with a second hand GTX 1270 or 1080TI and 8400 or 1600, when they can be bought for $700 together, but I'm already planning an iTX build with similar parts. I own the last Antec Kühler in Australia. If you look at the price breakdown, you can see that it vanishes the day I purchase it. PCCG was the only store that had them in stock, and after I bought it they told me that they were out of production and that I got the last one. If it breaks, I'll see what happens warranty wise. I have the receipt, but I'm not sure whether I'll get my money back, a new cooler, or if they will fix it. Performance Performance is quite good. It beats most of my friend's PCs (G'day Cameron), and runs GTAV on max settings at a solid 60 fps. I could probably get more, but I have no idea how to limit the fps of games without V-Sync. I've had an amazing experience with software. Geforce Experience is great, CAM is splendid (G'day Aaron), and the BIOs are really nice, except a recent update has limited my RAM to 2333. The liquid metal keeps everything running at ambient, which is nice. Putting it on was good fun too. I did it with a mate who was doing his R9 290 (G'day Aaron) and it was fun to compare his 4 screw 'Gaming' card to my 34 screw, all metal shroud blower card. I was apprehensive about the reference when I bought it, but now I think I'll go out of my way to find a founders for my next upgrade.