Guru3D Rig of the Month - December 2011
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/25/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
4. How much money did you spend on the rig as it is right now?
Overall it cost me about $3500 for the machine itself
5. How often do you update/buy a new rig?
I change a part of my machine every 6 months or so, ie mobo/cpu/ram then 6 months later i might do my gpus. I change my case probably the most because I like to try out different looks out.
6. What components are used?
The hardware exists out of:
- I7 2700k @ 5.0
- 8GB G.Skill DDR3 1866
- Asus Maxiums IV Gene-Z
- 2x Powercolor 6970 LCS
- 2x Crucial 128GB C300's RAID0
- Corsair AX850 LG 10x BDRE Mountain Mods H2GO
- Watercooling Swiftech MCP35x
- Swiftech Apogee XT Ek blocks preinstalled on my 6970s
- Bitspower compression fittings GTX240
- Radiator RS240 Radiator
- Primochill tubing (1/2" ID 3/4" OD)
The Guru3D Rig of the month September 2012 build comes from a Francis Vilaca. At 26 years of age he was able to build an amazing looking machine with the most wicked liquid cooling radiator you will have seen in a while.
Guru3D Rig of the Month - August 2012
This months build comes from a Mikkel Olsen. At 27 years of age Mikkel probably did not build the most beautiful game PC we have had submitted, but his room nearly is one huge PC, a freakish gaming please heaven for many of you. The guy has a lot going on in there as you are about to find out. Come to think of it, the guy should put up some Miami Vice signs in there to get that good old 80'ies feel to it :)
Guru3D Rig of the Month - July 2012
This months build comes from a guy with the nickname MybadOmen. To proof that PC enthusiasts can be found worldwide in all categories and ages we can proudly say that David Lane is a 40 year old guy. David has build an exemplary nice PC loaded with little things that trick the mind. Very little is not modified to be honest.
Guru3D Rig of the Month - June 2012
One person we have been following closely on his build-log is Eric Soeters from the Netherlands, and although his build still is not 100% finished, it's nearly there and just amazing. He has built the chassis from ground up including some very hard work. The end result is his new PC called the "Exo-S", we'll just leave the explanation and working to the man himself as the only thing that is left after you have seen this build is to clap your hands and yell bravo ...