No handouts were used in making this product. :) Only my hard-earned money.
Work hard, play hard!
If you mean ACER Predator x34 it's 100Hz and has the same panel as Asus PG348Q
According to my research they are both about the same performance wise so it comes down to personal preference in choosing one over the other. In my case was the fact that Oculus is easier to set-up, lighter, better optimization for the games I'm interested in, available on Amazon with next day delivery, cheaper without controllers (but I ended up buying them anyway).
Truth has been spoken!
That block was not available at the time when I started ordering components.
I did consider a full mb block but that meant taking out some of the shielding of the MB and its pretty lights.
Very happy with the case indeed
Cooled almost entirely with EKWB stuff.
Sponsorship anyone? Lol
It's a 160x160cm desk I ordered specifically for this build. It's the case and monitor that are huge making it look small. I still have plenty of space left but I do wish I'd have ordered the 180x180 version.
So you don't like grapes, I take it...
Because I quite like Ultra Wide resolution and also high frame rates will lots of eye candy enabled.
My plan from the beginning was to pull at least 100 FPS average on the games I'm interested in so I can justify the monitor's refresh rate.
The most nerve wracking was modifying the Titans for water cooling and knowing I was messing with £2,200 and a lost warranty. I've never been more concentrated in my entire life! lol
I might as long as you have 10 grands burning a hole in your pocket... :)
Thank you all for you appreciation! It is a dream come true for me and I hold it even more dear as I've built it myself.
My background has nothing to do with PC building but I've put all my energy into building this and I'm happy with the result.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and may all your dreams come true!
...then whispers: "Thank you fallen kingdom for the weak pound. You didn't make my birth more expensive than it should have been at all!"