So I was able to get more goodies added today. Things have been going much smoother compared to having to deal with that freaking cpu cooler.
Below are some more pics:'
Ram, Graphics Card and Capture card
SSD put into removeable from bay:
HDD in front bay
DVD drive in top expansion bay. Plus no need to screw it in, the case has a spring loaded system that I just line it up, push the button and it extends some tiny arms into the screw holes..(THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!!!)
and all the cables attached..Yeah I know craptastic cable managment but meh..I just made sure nothing was getting in a way of a fan or touching something that would get hot.
So I did boot it up tonight and everything is turning on so far, tomorrow I will do the OS setup and attach the final cable for the GIGANTOR fan on the side panel. I will get a pick of what it looks light at night to post tomorrow.
Wish me luck!!
So I brought all my PC crap into work, so the IT dude could help me after work and start putting the rig together. I wanted to make sure I had someone with PC building experience with me before I just started doing it on my own.
And let me tell you, it has already come in handy.
That god damn processor fan was a huge fucking pain in the ass. When you put the bracket on the back of the board and then try to screw the screws in from the front, we had to put A LOT OF PRESSURE PUSHING THEM TOGETHER and I thought for sure we were going to crack the board. Honestly we almost gave up on it 5 different times last night, but we finally got it in,. We got a few of the plugs in on the board and mounted the PSU. Tomorrow night we will probably finish putting it together but I am secretly putting stuff in during work today while things are slow...LOL.
Here is a pic of what is done so far:
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Never mind, theys all gone John.
So thanks to my HS football stipend that came in and a coupld other things I was able to put in orders for the rest of the pc build last night.
Now I will agree pretty much with anyone that says I probably went WWWAAAAYYYY overboard, but I wanted to make sure I minimized bottle necks for streaming as much as I could without completely going insane AND have a very solid base for future upgrades if I want to go that route.
Sio without further delay here are the rest of the parts:
Zalman CNPS9900MAX-B Long Life Bearing CPU Cooler Blue LED This thing is freaking huge...I will post a pic, but you need to watch the video I post to get a good understanding of its size.
and now the text formating has gone insane...meh
So that is it so far. I will be shipping this stuff to work, so I can make sure I have some control of where it is being dropped off and not just in front of my house. I will post up with build pics later when I get all the parts and attempt NOT to break all the new goodies.
So it's been a while since I've gamed with the fine folks from 2O2P but, I'm curious to see what everyone is playing. Xbox One or PS4?
For me I've been playing Assassins Creed Black Flag for the PS4. Also picked up BF4 and Killzone Shadowfall.
already beat KZ so now I'm deep into AC. Loving this game! Lots of fun.
gearing up for Christmas and some much needed time off! Taking a break from building arcades until warmer weather. :(
but i have a bunch of boards and a mame cab to build as soon as i do! :)
anyway, if you're on the ps4 send me a fr. I really need some more people to play with on that system lol!
One of the most stunning cars shown this year, the Mercedes-Benz Vision Gran Turismo concept, was developed purely for the virtual world, as it was commissioned by the creators of the popular Gran Turismo for the recently launched sixth instalment of the popular racing sim. Sadly, this meant a production version of the Vision GT would never be, or at least that’s what we thought.
A company specializing in custom rides has posted an add on luxury retailer James Edition offering a Vision GT for the princely sum of $1.5 million. That company is Florida-based J & S World Wide Holdings, which plans to build the Vision GT around the chassis of a regular Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT.
J & S World Wide will build the stunning body out of carbon fiber, meaning the final version would weigh around 200 pounds less than the SLS AMG GT, whose body is mostly steel and aluminum. To ensure the production Vision GT adheres to the exact design of the concept, the car will be finished in a special chrome paint and its wheels will be a custom set developed by ADV.1."
Here are pictures of the first actual copy of my book. This is only a proof. I am to read through it and look for errors in formatting and whatnot. I've already found one typo on the back cover. Just wanted to share.
If you are looking for a book to read by a fellow member of 2old2play, check out my book. It will be available through Amazon and there is an ebook format.
I started in May 2009, finally got the platinum tonight.