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nglerfish's Completed Build: A New Horyzen [First Build]

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 2 points 2 months ago

Very nice build. Love the colour scheme you settled on.

nickedge's Completed Build: Dual Boot Hackintosh / Windows

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 1 point 3 months ago

Very nice build, especially the cable management in the back. I see the 1080Ti is only in the first and the last pic. Where did you put the hybrid radiator for it?

TSman74's Completed Build: VR PC Dream Build

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 2 points 3 months ago

That final picture though! Where are the cables! There's a PC chilling on the right, VR gear on the left and a monitor powered by air in the middle! Beautiful cable management in the room. As for inside the case, that's why we have back covers :)

l2pTink3r's Completed Build: (With Build Video!) Budget CAD Workstation in the Define Mini C!

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago

Ok that makes more sense. Didn't know it was existing. Some people will put 0.00 as the price when it's a component from an old build.

HandsomeAlex's Completed Build: Royal Purple Racing

HandsomeAlex submitter 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago

Yeah, this case is cheap, and doesn't have any SSD mounts on the back, so I was left with this after removing the drive bays.

HandsomeAlex's Completed Build: Royal Purple Racing

HandsomeAlex submitter 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago

Hey man, when you're on a budget, you only get to do so much. And with time, things will get upgraded with aesthetics and more performance. Let's wait and see what AMD can do with 7nm and where that takes their GPUs. I'm watching closely.

MachoNacho's Completed Build: Budget Gaming Build

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 2 points 4 months ago

Dang that is awesome! I've wanted to see a sweet Pentium G4560 build for a while. It's totally awesome for the price, and makes the i3 look stupid. Nice build, Enjoy!

l2pTink3r's Completed Build: (With Build Video!) Budget CAD Workstation in the Define Mini C!

HandsomeAlex 1 Build 1 point 4 months ago

Nice assembly! I would have taken the $230 you spent on the PSU, got a $50-60 one and bought more RAM, especially for CAD. I know Solidworks is a total RAM-muncher, and it has very specific requirements for graphics cards - Quadro or Firepro series only. Autocad is also pretty RAM heavy. The CPU choice is pretty respectful for a workstation though.

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