- Jun 28, 2004
wiretap; fantastic work
My PC hnow exists as a HTPC. It's used mostly for PC gaming. I also use this setup for movies and streaming media. It's not all that special. Works well I suppose.
Samsung 70" KU6300 display
Denon AVR-S920W receiver
Klipsch 5.1 Reference speakers
Intel Core i7 6950X
Asus Rampage V Extreme
64GB G.SKILL Ripjaws V DDR4
Two Nvidia Titan Xp in SLI
512GB Samsung 960 Pro M.2 SSD
Four 2TB Samsung 850 EVO SSDs in 8TB RAID-0
10TB Seagate Enterprise HDD
LG 16X BD-RW
Corsair Obsidian 750D case
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate cooler
Corsair ML fans
Corsair AX1500i power supply
Corsair K70 LUX keyboard
Logitech G900 mouse
I was thinking the same thing. I would not enjoy all those LEDs while watching TV or playing games. Even worse at night.Should really replace all those blue fans for no colour fans. Or obscure from view somehow. Very distracting.
Yeah it looks like a nice setup, but I get annoyed by the damn light pointing away from me on my PS4 controller when I'm gaming.I was thinking the same thing. I would not enjoy all those LEDs while watching TV or playing games. Even worse at night.
Other than that though it is a cool setup.
I have some works in progress, DIY front three
And this is my rough model for the sub Ill be building soonish, 32cuft dual ftw-21 at a 15hz tune. Sims put peak output at 125db at 15hz and 129db at 30hz without room gain.
The basement room currently being insulated and drywalled right now right now which takes priority over building subs for now. Planning on a 120 to 135" AT screen with a JVC 420 (or something thats shown at cedia 2017). I have 4 atmos Volt 6 already in the ceiling and am currently in the middle of building htm 6 for my rears. Been a long year having to put up with walls bowing in and repairing them.