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  1. PROJECT NEOTOXIC - Pink and White AMD-based Bitfenix Neos Build I've had my system for a while now. It's been pretty good so far in terms of performance and reliability, but it's always need something more. Right now, it's specs are: AMD Phenom II X4 945 125W ID-Cooling SE-913X* ASUS M5A78L-M LX V2 10GB Kingston DDR3L (1x8GB + 1x2GB) HIS Radeon HD 6950 1GB Bitfenix Neos White Window HP 110T Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Antec Truepower New 650W As you can see, it's a decent, somewhat run-of-the-mill system. It's been able to handle everything I've thrown at it so far to a decent degree. However, I noticed that it's starting to stutter a bit in some games when there is a lot of blood involved. This isn't helped by the extremely dated CPU and GPU. I do have a solution to this problem though. I will be upgrading the system to the following specs (B=bought, N=Need to buy, all prices are in AUD): AMD FX-6300 (B, $30) Undecided CPU Cooler (got my eye on a Scythe Ninja Mini on eBay) MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition (B, $97) 18GB DDR3 (B, $60) (2x4GB+1x8GB+1x2GB) Undecided GPU (probably RX 460) Bitfenix Neos White Window (B, $69) 2x Undecided 120mm Case Fans Antec Truepower New 650W (B, $70) As you can see, the only parts that will be carried over are the PSU, Case and some of the RAM. I will also be making my own custom additions to the case: Clear Acrylic Side Panel Window PSU Shroud Pink and White Custom Sleeved PSU Cables Pink LED's Pink Front Mesh Here is the build in it's current state: And here is the motherboard: I also need some advice: The PSU shrould will be painted white, should I leave it blank or put a logo/design on it? If so, what logo and colour should it be?
  2. I'm baaaack! Lol, I blame Mr. Bill Owen :P . I was kindly provided this case by BitFenix (NEOS), so I decided to do some basic modding for it. Please see specs and progress below: Case: BitFenix NEOS - Black and Gray with optional windowFans: Four BitFenix Spectre Pro 120 mm White LEDLED: BitFenix Alchemy LED Strip White (30 cm)PSU: BitFenix Neos 750G CPU: AMD FX 8350Motherboard: MSI 970 Gaming AM3/AM3+RAM: 16 GB (2 x 8GB) Patriot Viper Black 1866 MHzSSD: 240 GB Samsung 840 Evo HDD: 2 TB Seagate BarracudaGPU: AMD Radeon HD 7850 2 GBCPU Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120 mm (AIO) mnpctech parts: Case Feet: Beefy Rubber Case Feet Set http://mnpctech.com/pc-computer-stereo-desktop-case-feet/beefy-pc-case-feet/beefy-pc-case-feet-en.htmlPC Handles: Spring Loaded Handles (Black) http://mnpctech.com/pc-case-lan-party-gaming-carry-top-server-tower-handles/spring-loaded-pc-handles-recessed-pc-computer-case-rack-speaker-audio-equipment-road-sound-dj/spring-loaded-handles.htmlSafety Glasses: Safety Glasses Clear With LED Light Temples http://mnpctech.com/pc-mod-tools/safety-glasses-clear-with-led-light-temples.html Factory case feet Replacing factory case feet Beefy Case Feet installed Getting ready to install spring loaded handles Visual placement Measuring :P Drilled Installing handles Will post more pictures over the weekend as build progresses :D
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