Jun 22

Antigen (2014 Build)

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Hello all,

 

My PC is a little older, but is still a VM and Gaming champ. I added a small dedication to the build to Robin Williams as this PC was completed and brought to life August 11, 2014.

 

PC Name: Antigen

Year completed: 2014

Completed Specs -

CPU: i7-4790k (Noctua NT-H1 compound with an NZXT Kraken x60 in a 4x140mm fan top mounted push/pull)

MB: Asus Maximus VII Formula

RAM: G. Skill Trident X 32GB DDR3 (2400MHz)

GPU: EVGA GTX 780Ti Dual Classified (Air cooled, retired)

PSU: Seasonic Platinum 860 (80+ Platinum, Fully Modular)

SSD/HDD -

Boot: Samsung EVO 840 120gb (Windows 10)

Gaming: Samsung EVO 840 500gb

Storage: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM

Case: NZXT Phantom 820 Black with side window (Ultra tower)

Monitor: First gen Asus ROG Swift PG278Q 27" 2k 144hz G-Sync

Accessories: NZXT Sentry 3 Fan Controller, Asus ROG Front Base, Internal NZXT IU01 USB Expansion (Gen1, bare board Velcro, retired), Asus BD/DVD Drive

Mouse: Logitech G700s

Keyboard: Logitech G910 Orion Spark

 

Upgrades:

GPU: EVGA RTX 2070 Ultra Gaming

Accessories: Internal NZXT USB Hub (Replaced expansion board, magnetic)

Mouse: Logitech G502 Hero

 

I'm hoping to get a couple more years out of it before making the jump to the new shiny stuff. If EVGA makes or endorses a waterblock option for this RTX 2070 Ultra then I'll probably remove the Kraken and do a custom loop. As of now, there seems to be zero plans to do a waterblock for the EVGA cards. Also, FYI, I'm by no means an expert photographer so I apologize if the pics are bad.

 

PCPartPicker: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/wgbj4D

 

Older pics:

 

 

 

Newer Pics:

 

The hub for the USB expansion on the bottom right was replaced for an internal magnetic hub which looks much much better.

 

 

New pic 6/22/2019

 

New pic 6/22/2019 - New Magnetic USB Hub

I hope you all like it!

Looks like a very capable machine! I like your Asus control panel. It looks awesome!

Jun 22

Thank you! The control panel works pretty well and saves me some trips to the BIOS when I play with the OC. I built it mainly to host virtual machines and as a test/dev environment, but I still can game on max settings with it (in 2k, probably won't go to 4k until my next build) which is nice.

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