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[Build Complete] Nameless PC! My first build ~ $1,600 USD

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Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i5-4690K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor $194.99
Motherboard Asus Z97-AR ATX LGA1150 Motherboard $107.99
Memory Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory $86.99
Storage Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $59.98
Video Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 4GB WINDFORCE Video Card $399.98
Case Fractal Design Define R4 (Black Pearl) ATX Mid Tower Case $79.99
Power Supply EVGA SuperNOVA NEX 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply $69.99
Optical Drive Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer $22.99
Operating System Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro - 64-bit (OEM) (64-bit) $69.99
Monitor Asus VG248QE 144Hz 24.0" Monitor $280.70
Wireless Network Adapter StarTech PCI300WN2X2 802.11b/g/n PCI Wi-Fi Adapter $27.69
Case Fan Fractal Design FD-FAN-SSR2-140 66.0 CFM 140mm Fan $9.99
Case Fan Fractal Design FD-FAN-SSR2-140 66.0 CFM 140mm Fan $9.99
Case Fan Phanteks PH-F140SP_BK 82.1 CFM 140mm Fan $14.99
Case Fan Phanteks PH-F140SP_BK 82.1 CFM 140mm Fan $14.99
Keyboard Ducky Shine 4 Wired Gaming Keyboard $149.90
Mouse SteelSeries Sensei RAW Wired Laser Mouse $47.67
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Speakers Cyber Acoustics CA-3602 30W 2.1ch Speakers Purchased For $0.00
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Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available $1648.81
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I decided to build a desktop PC so that I could upgrade from a high performance laptop that I used for most of my gaming. As anyone who has ever used one of these things knows, it was simply too heavy to be a practical laptop and not powerful enough to serve as an adequate gaming machine. My goals for this build were as follows:
  • Powerful gaming performance
  • Potential for upgrades
  • Overclockable
  • Well made components
  • An enduring aesthetic (i.e. I won't get sick of the looks I chose as I mature and whatnot)
  • Works when I turn it on!
Budget: I originally set an $800 budget, knowing nothing about building computers, but then I quickly realized that, while $800 can get you a nice computer, it would not get me the computer I wanted! After revisions, I worked around a $1,000 budget for the tower alone. With this budget I could afford parts from higher quality manufacturers as I preffered. In my eyes it was definitely worth investing in high-quality construction and design, as I intend to run this computer into the ground before I begin thinking about a new one.
As for my peripherals I was mostly focused on just having nice equipment, so not much concern was had for budget. I had no interest in using a high-performance machine with input/output devices that don't get the most out of it. With the costs of taxes and shipping added everything cost a little more than I would have liked, but I am happy nonetheless to have a fantastic PC!
CPU: The i5-4690K was really an easy choice for me. While "i7" has a nice ring to me, I know that I would rarely need the computing power. This i5 is powerful, reliable, and unlocked for future overclocking potential, so it basically offers everything I need. I've always used intel processors in the past, so going with Intel for this build was a safe bet for me.
Motherboard: I love this motherboard. The Asus Z97-AR offers loads of features and leaves me plenty of room for upgrading. The construction and design of the motherboard seem pretty top-notch too, but this was to be expected from Asus! Bios is easy to use and I found a lot of the software that came with it to be pretty useful. Aesthetically, I like the minimal look this motherboard has to it. I was able to buy this at a GREAT price at Microcenter bundled with my i5, so no complaints in the price department from me either!
RAM: The Crucial Ballistix Sport RAM provides everything I need. On a purely superficial level, I sort of prefer the more simple look of this RAM kit compared to many of the others out there! One look at user reviews and this also became an easy decision.
Storage: Again nothing fancy here, but it does all it should and seems to do it well. Even without an SSD for now I am happy with the speed my PC can access files from this hard drive. A Solid State Drive or two will be added down the road. I've never used an SSD, so it does't bother me to not have one!
Video Card: I had to go with a GTX970, of course. I simply wanted to get great performance out of whatever card I chose, and the 970 seemed like it ought to fit very nicely with the i5-4690K. The R9 290 for me was ruled out due to it's heat output and power comsumption, while the GTX970 on the other hand excells in these areas. I would love the chance to SLI with two GTX970's in the future, so I figure the power and heat efficiency of this card makes it the more ideal for a multi-card setup. After much scrutinous research I finally setteled on Gigabyte's G1 GTX970, as it seemed to me a clear "best of all worlds" GTX970 option. I haven't overclocked it, as I don't need to yet.
As far the the new VRAM issues are concerned, I have yet to notice any impact that this problem has on my performance, so I'm not running to return my card anytime soon. That being said, it would still feel nice to know that the card could actually utilize the full 4Gbs of VRAM we thought we were paying for... In all honesty though, the 970 is awesome. It can easily handle anything I throw at it.
Case: I love the Define R4. It is beautiful, well made, and very practical. Despite it being my first build, I found it very easy working in this case and ran into no problems. The R5 was released just after I purchased this case, but nonetheless I am more than satisfied with this "dated" model. The R5 does not offer considerable improvements over the R4, based on my needs anyways, so getting the R4 at $70 makes me plenty happy!
I guess I should make a note on the noise level, since the Define R4 is supposed to be a silent case. The CPU, GPU, and PSU fans all seem to be muffled by the case's sound-proofing foam, but the front fans can really generate some noise when they are cranked up. The problem of course comes from the opening for the intake vents which simply can't be blocked off. Other than this area the case does a decent job at reducing noise though.
Power Supply: With a mail-in-rebate I got a pretty good deal on this PSU. It measures up to (and excedes) all of my original preferences: reliable brand, at least 80+ Bronze, at least semi-modular, and at least 500W. No complaints here. As first time builder, I'd highly suggest a fully modular PSU to other first-timers if you are looking to keep everything tidy inside the case. Just being able to route each cable individually was a lifesaver, and I'm sure I would have lost a few extra hours had I not been able to do this.
Keyboard: I decided to try out the new Ducky Shine 4. I'll be extra comprehensive for this one since it's still pretty new. I knew from the start that I wanted a backlit keyboard, and I trusted Ducky's reputation for quality. The LED system in the shine 4 is a little more modest than some other multi-color keyboards on the market, like Corsair's RGB or the Razer Chroma. The Shine 4 only has two led's (red and blue) under each key so it can only generate colors using red and blue light, but you can still easily get 3-4 distinct colors laid out on the keyboard. The keyboard does not utilize software, rather it has "fn" keys you use to program the lighting. Personally I found it really easy to get the hang of Ducky's lighting system. As far as versatility goes there are tons of preprogramed lighting effects (some neat, some distracting) that can easily be cycled through in addition to two banks for storing custom lighting arrangments. The preprogramed effects can also be assigned to individual keys or clusters of keys should it suit you.
This was my first time trying a mechanical keyboard. I went with Cherry MX Red switches for smoother gaming action. They work great for games, but I do admit that they can be annoying while typing! The Shine 4's switches and construction feels durable. I'm very happy with this keyboard and I love the flexibility it offers, but the only thing I miss are dedicated media controls. That being said, I appreciate that the "fn" key and the volume keys (Delete, End, Page Down) can both be triggered using only one hand, so close enough! All in all I think this was great purchase, and I am more than happy with it!
Monitor: This is a great monitor. The 144Hz response time is what mostly drew me to it. Even the most demanding on-screen action is ultra-smooth on this monitor! The ergonomic stand is great, the color's and all seem fine to me (after initial adjustments), the menus are easy enough to navigate, and of course it keeps up with intense game action. My one reservation is the price tag on this monitor. It's pretty darn pricey, but at least according to my research efforts it is easily one of the best for gaming out there right now. Peronally I'm glad to be using it, and would't want to settle for anything less.
Mouse: Again, I preffer the minimal design of this mouse over some of the really flashy stuff out there. In addition to looking nice, I've found this mouse performs pretty fucking great too. I'll gladly endorse this product! As a right-hander the buttons on the outside-right of the mouse are just begging to be acidentally pressed, but I have these disabled so they don't cause trouble.
Fans: I originally planned to buy two additional matching Fractal Design fans for my PC, but I ended up with these Phanteks fans because they offered a little more bang for my buck. While not pictured, I have now removed the middle hard drive cage and have both Phanteks situated in the front. The FD fans are at the back and top-back positions as output fans. I get pretty good airflow, but I still plan to play with the fan configuration some more. Not that anyone cares, I'm just being thorough I guess...
This project was a MASSIVE success! I literally knew nothing about PC building going into this, and now I am confident I could build many more if I ever had to. I believe I have met all of my build goals. I had so much fun researching for months and then purchasing all the parts that I don't even mind being down $1,600! Anyways, thank you everyone who is a part of the PC building community, as I surely could't have done it without resources like buildapc and PC Part-Picker. Thanks for the read.
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