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Thread: Looking to Build a Desktop

  1. Congrats! Enjoy! I think the last time I built a computer was about 12... 13 years ago? I have no intention of doing it again

  2. Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    New computer is built, after some headaches, and I'm doing all the software side as we speak. Posting this from it now! What are the specs?

    But I did it, and everything is working, and nothing will ever be the same again. 4K Cyberpunk on my 65in LED TV is on the menu boys!

    That's a sweet build. It's funny, because your build is so close to mine (mine's a bit older), both using the iQue H150i, a Corsair Tower and an (mine's the 3090) EVGA XC3 Ultra Gaming GPU.

    I love everything about the build, except for those ugly GPU power cords with the connectors hanging out. I have a similar PSU with the Corsair RM850 Gold and I used velcro to tie down the extra heads and plugged the middle group directly into the GPU instead. I eventually just took the single head power cords from me dead AX-860, which look a lot nicer.

    Here it is with the AX 860 GPU power cables.

    And here was my velcro solution, until I could come up with something to clean it up. You could always get some small black tie wraps from Home Depot.

    Enjoy Cyberpunk 2077 in 4K! It's well worth the upgrades to play it.
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  3. I'm debating zip tying them or buying extensions. They are so stupid looking the way they are.

  4. I recommend getting a couple of these.

    I was looking through my AX 860 PSU power cables, when I'd noticed this. No wonder why my PC wouldn't boot. I'd be tempted to try this PSU with a new cable, but I'm thinking that maybe I shouldn't. This is the cable that fed CPU power in my 9900K PC build.

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    Last edited by gamevet; 04 Dec 2022 at 11:01 PM.

  5. Microcenter has one hell of a deal. You can pick up their last gen 12900K, 12700K and 12600K (all reduced in price) and they'll let you pair it with a motherboard (up to $270) for just $70. I'm almost tempted to replace my 9900K build with this, but it's such a nice looking setup, with a fairly hi-end board.


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