Not the best of the best or anything. Just fits my gaming needs. But want to upgrade my Computer with another motherboard, CPU and RAM. Probably gonna happen around End November.
Computer (My really unstable Computer but more stable since my videocard is renewed) Nvidia GeForce MSI 960 GTX 4G (Bought new and have it now for about a month) Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000. ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 (It's a good motherboard but getting older now) 4x2GB Single (Exactly Dual) Channel Crucial (My motherboard doesnt support Dual anymore.. weird!) Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K 3.2 GHz (Still works like a charm, but probably going to upgrade later on) 500 GB HardDisk (About 6 Years Old) 120 GB Solid State Drive (Didn't work until I tried again)
Laptop: (Good computer for laptop design, but also gamed on this system which goes pretty well) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 (unsure about motherboard) 4x2GB Dual Channel Vengeance Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710MQ 2.50GHz 120 GB Solid State Drive Crucial.
#12719109 Sep 19, 2016 at 11:13 AM · Edited 9 months ago
Case : G Force Black Case + 2 x 12cm Blue 15 LED Front Fans Power Supply : EVGA 80+ (Plus) Rated 500W Power Supply Motherboard : Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3 CPU : AMD FX 6300 Six Core CPU (turbo 4.1Ghz) Hard Drive : 1TB Western Digital Blue Hard Drive (7200Rpm) Memory : 16gb DDR3 1600mhz Graphics Card : Nvidia GTX 950 2gb Mouse : Corsair M65 RGB Headset : Corsair Void RGB Monitors Dual Set Up : Samsung T24D391-4 & HP w20
Motherboard - Asus Z170-E Intel DDR4 ATX Motherboard CPU - Intel Core i5-6600K 3.9GHz RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 2666MHz Case - NZXT H440 White & Black GPU - GeForce GTX 1070 "Founders Edition" 8192MB GDDR5 Storage - 1 x Samsung 250GB EVO SSD 1 x Seagate 1TB HDD CPU Cooler - Alpenföhn Brocken CPU Cooler 120 mm Power Supply - EVGA 600W 80 Plus Power Supply Case Lighting - BitFenix Alchemy LED-Strip Green OS - Windows 10
If you ever wondered why your computer temperature is high. This could be one of the reasons.
Lol, actually my temperatures are approximately the same as all the benchmarks I can find around there, with the same case.
The Silverstone is unique in the way the motherboard is turned 90 degrees compared to 'regular' cases. There are fans at the bottom of the case (in my 'case' three pretty big ones) that blow all the air upwards. If you look at physics, heat always moves upwards, so this makes a big difference. Because the mobo is turned 90 degrees, the CPU fan (pretty powerful noctua in my case) blows upwards as well.
I'm aware that I could get another 2 or at max 3 degrees max temp @ full load if I manage my cables a bit better, that's why I said no comments about it 😎. I'm lazy, what can I say. But since my GPU doesn't reach any higher than 85 at full load (slightly overclocked, but with great case cooling and another three fans on the GPU itself) and my CPU max 70 at full load (HEAVILY overclocked), I don't see any reason to spend time at cable management lol.
Case : Phanteks ENTHOO LUXE (with LED kit) CPU : i7 6700k 4.5Ghz (4.0 stock ) GPU : 2x MSI RX480 8GB with minor OC RAM : 16Gb (2x 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz) MOBO : Asus Z170 Pro Gaming PSU : Super Flower 850W 80 Plus Gold HD : SSD 240GB (Corsair Neutron XT) Mouse : Some cheap ass gaming mouse Keyboard : Some cheap ass gaming keyboard Monitor : LG 34UM67 Ultrawide Freesync
Cooling Custom water Cooled loop 1x 360mm rad XSPC 1x 240mm rad XPC D5 Photon 170 Reservoir/Pump Combo EK Waterblocks for GPUs & CPU Mayhems Pastel RED coolant
Idle temps Coolant exhaust from rads 26c CPU 23 GPUs 23
Gaming temps Coolant exhaust from rads 28-32C CPU 45-65C GPUs 30-46C
My Computer (GTA V on ULTRA settings, 60 FPS) Case: Antec GX500 with blue led kit CPU:i5 6400 Skylake GPU:1x Gigabyte Readon RX480 Nitro+ OC 8 GB RAN: 8GB DDR4 HyperX Fury (About to upgrade to 16) Main HD:120GB SSD With windows only HD: 1TB HDD x2 Mouse: [About to upgrade to] Razer, including keyboard Monitor: LG E2350T, About to upgrade to RoG Monitors