This is an updated version of the very first pc I built. Originally, it featured a Sapphire Radeon R9 390 Nitro and an Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Motherboard, all in a BeQuiet Case without a transparent side panel. The CPU was cooled by a standard Air Cooler. When my Motherboard died - naturally right after warranty ended - I decided to take some money and upgrade a few more things. Thus, I not only bought a new Motherboard, this time with a Z270 Chipset (not that that matters in any way), but also a new case and cooler. Shortly thereafter, Nvidia launched their 10-series graphics cards and I got the opportunity to get a 1070 quite cheap. When that arrived I also decided to use the 20% off coupon that came with the new Mobo and get some custom Cablemod cables. I designed Pro cables in Black and Carbon with aluminium combs and once everything was installed, my build was at the point where it is now. I am very happy with the PC itself, yet there was one problem left. I had a relatively potent gaming machine powering a 1080p 60hz TN panel that I got for about a hundred bucks when I first build the pc. Naturally, this is not fun. These Monitors have ridiculously bad colours. And I do a lot of photo editing. That meant: New monitor! So, Last Christmas I gave nobody my heart, but Santa gave me a new monitor. Or rather, I got it myself. Bummer. What isn't a bummer though, is the new monitor, an Acer XF270HUA: 27", 1440p, 144hz, IPS. Everything I ever wanted and its beautiful. Everytime I turn that thing on I'm amazed by its colours, depth and accuracy. Well, okay, I had to calibrate it a bit to achieve good colour-accuracy, but that's okay. So, there you have it, the story of my PC. I've included some pictures for you to (hopefully) feast your eyes on.
P.S.: Yes, I know, the Logitech MX Master 2S is not really a gaming mouse, but most work I do on the PC is productivity, and the MX Master is the "reigning, defending, undisputed champion" (-Paul Heyman) in that area. Also, I haven't had any problems in games with it, so there's that.