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PC WARS - Episode 1

what's up you guys it's ed back again from tech source and welcome to the very first episode of PC Wars will you submit your custom PC to get featured on the channel and a chance to win a hundred bucks I host them on the 1st of every month and you guys get to vote on the best custom PC if you guys are new to the series and want to submit your custom PC make sure to watch the video linked down below but with that said let the PC Wars begin stop paying full retail price for games guys g2a offers really cheap CD keys for any game out there for any platform they sell super cheap CD keys for windows too and this is actually where I get my games from as well as operating systems that I use for my custom PC builds each month but I'm gonna leave a link down below so you can see for yourself so as always departs for the pcs will be linked down below for anyone that is interested but with that said the 5 custom pieces that I am featuring this week are from Jessie Joann Josh Nick and Stephane congratulations for making it to the very first episode of PC wars ok so first up we have Jesse from episode 5 of setup wars with a stunning red white and black build and side the courser air 540 case another really clean build rockin yet another 4790k processor overclocked to 4.3 gigahertz this beast is also running to EVGA gtx 980 s and sli with 16 gigabyte of corsair dominator platinum Ram and a courser H 105 to keep things cool cable management is spot-on and the PC got a fire track score of a whopping 17 thousand 410 which puts this thing really close to 4k gaming pcs very impressive indeed the only thing I'll recommend is an EVGA sli bridge to go with the build but other than that you have a beast PC Thank You Jessie for entering PC Wars at number 2 we have Joanne's PC another black and red build inside a fan Tex luxe case this is the second PC to feature a 4790k CPU clock at 4.0 gigahertz it also has 16 gigabyte of RAM and an H 100 i GTX CPU cooler Cayla management is ok I don't know why you didn't out the cables coming from the GPU through the back and into the PSU because it really stands out like that for 5 spec benchmarks I managed to score ten thousand two hundred and fifty four but yeah other than fixing that one cable you have a pretty solid build thank you John for entering PC Wars next up we have Josh with our very first budget build inside the courser 230 TK it's rocking at Intel G 32:58 CPU which is clocked at 3.2 gigahertz and an Asus GTX 750 Ti it also has 8 gigabytes of g.skill RAM and an Asus be 85 mg motherboard I'm not sure why you went with an ATX case when a microwave TX case would have been enough but anyways cable management is decent and the PC scored 836 88 which is expected but I would recommend checking your drivers because it doesn't seem like they are updated other than that it's a pretty cool budget build you got there Josh thank you for entering PC Wars next up is Nick and his black and white build using the fractal design r2 case inside this bad boy we got the i5 4690k clock - 4.7 gigahertz and gigabyte r9 280 graphics card 8 gigabytes of Corsair Vengeance Ram and a coarser h-60 to keep things cool chalo management is spot on and I'm digging those custom black sleeve cables for benchmarks it scored a 79 18 for fire strike which puts it right below an oculus rift spec gaming PC the only thing that bothers me are those 2 red fans on the cooler but other than that you have a sick black-and-white gaming PC Thank You Nick for entering PC Wars last but certainly not least we have stuff on and has beast with dual Titan X's yup this is our very first Titan XL I build inside the courser 750 airflow Edition case we have a 59 60 X on a stock clock - EVGA super clock time X's 32 gigabytes of g.skill DDR Ram at 2800 megahertz and an H 100 I GTX CPU cooler honestly I love the parts but if you spent that much on the PC I would at least gotten some custom cables the stock cables from coarser just don't look great especially on a monster build like this for benchmarks that scored an incredible 20,000 774 which puts this thing in the 1% bracket which is expected with parts like these but other than pimping out the PC with some custom cables LEDs and a cooler looking sli bridge you my friend have an ultimate gaming pc Thank You Stefan for entering PC Wars anyways that's it for this week's episode of PC Wars voting begins now so make sure you guys drop a comment down below and vote on the bed custom PC voting will end on the 15th of September and I'll announce the winner on the 16th on my Twitter and Instagram accounts as always so make sure you guys are follow me there if you want to know who wins if you guys enjoy PC Wars and want me to continue doing them once a month let me know by leaving a like on the video to show your support I'm still changing a few things around so bear with me but anyways thank you so much for watching this is that from tech source I will see you in the next video
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