Just built a new amd rig for my dad and felt like showing it off (Still geting hardware for it and need to improve cable management).
Case: Thermaltake V9 Black Edition
Cpu : AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
Motherboard: ASUS M4A87TD EVO (Not sure why he bought this one)
PSU: OCZ Fatal1ty OCZ550FTY 550W
Ram: Adata DDR3 1600g (4x2gb)
Videocard: Xfx 5750
HardDrive: 1tb western digital
Wonder what you guys think of it so for
Pretty nice. Hows the build coming? I got that cpu, its awesome. Overclocked up to 4.05 no probs. And those 5750s are nice for the price. Got a friend with one of those
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AMD 1090T - MSI 890FXA-GD70 - XFX HD5850 x2 - CM Storm Scout - 8GB Kingston HyperX 1600 - Corsair HX850 - Sammy spinpoint f3
Thank god! There are finally pictures in this section again! I'm OCD with my cables, so I'm holding back a cringe, but it looks solid none the less. What do you think of the case? By that question, I mean that I'm curious of what the cable management is like and ease of hiding cables etc.
This case didnt have very good cable management. Couldnt run the cables behind the motherboard.
You should use black zip ties and more of them lol
I see a few spots where you can clean things up. :-P
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looks good now to get back in there and make it look pretty!
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