This build is fantastic and original! Great work, bravo!!
Wow nice work!
Nice project and cool looking computer :) I'll do the same with my boy definitely. +1
...(jaw on the floor)... Wow!!!! You transcend art in computer.
Nice build. Put some old console emulators in it for some couch nostalgia gaming.
You sure don't have kids ;) Joke apart, 4k is great but you could play in lightboost mode for zero motion blur and ultimate fluidity with your rig. You need constant 120 fps for that. more info here:
i can't stand motion blur, tearing and stuttering so 1080 lightboost is a way better experience/immersion than 30-60 fps 4k.
Great work on that gamer ultimate house (and keep that gamer wife close, it's a gift from heaven :))
You got lucky with your cpu, 4,7 is awesome. I can only go to 4,5 with mine. This 1080 is my next upgrade... someday :) (when my wife is not looking). Nice clean build
Yeah i like it. for the price it does a great job.
for nvidia it's Gsync monitor. Gsync is handle by the monitor and compatible with all geforce from 600 and up. Freesync is handle by gpu, so you need a recent amd gpu. Lightboost hack can be compare with gsync/freesync in term of final result (no tearing/blur/stutter) but they all use different technology. If you can afford gsync monitor go for it, as i personally prefer nvidia.
It's both software and hardware since you must have a certified nvidia 3dvision monitor and a nvidia gpu. The software use the 3d vision driver to render image like if it was on 3d but for 2d. What it does is make the monitor flickering (you don't see it) so it remove blur and ghost trail. You must have a constant 120 fps to see full effect. I can assure you that it's make game look incredibly fluid!! No blur when moving fast. You can learn more at http://www.blurbusters.com/
Thanks, your build is looking great to, he definitely got attitude ;)
Thanks. The Asus VG48QE is a great monitor for gaming and with lightboost hack you got the same effect of a gsync monitor.
Yeah i pay full price, i had bad experience with used part, specialy gpu, in the past. I wanted to go safe with full warranty .