12716540_1682240642064553_1043340054_nAs many of you know building custom pc gaming systems is a passion of mine and our whole team here at Smart PC Gaming.  I recently posted a few pictures on Instagram of my own personal custom build.  A lot of our users liked it and wanted to know what parts I used.  I wanted to make a system that was future proof and that I was able to upgrade over time, especially when the new Nvidia PASCAL GPUs come out.  To achieve this I went with a full case.  I know that in the future I will be looking to add a second GPU in SLI so I wanted to have enough room to allow me to do that.  I also wanted to keep a color scheme of red and black and wanted to have a very clean look to the case, that’s why I went with a case that has no disc drives.  Disc drives are rarely ever used now a days and I decided to purchase a usb 3.0 cd – rom drive just in case I needed to install component drivers from a cd that shipped with the components. The GPU that I decided on is able to play most games at 4k on ultra but the fps would drop around 45 – 50, so i decided instead to go with a 1440P monitor with 144hz refresh rate.  The monitor also has G-Sync technology which means that even if the FPS drop below 60 fps, I wont notice because G Sync technology refreshes according to your gpu and not your computer  So without further ado here is the list of my own personal gaming system.

My Custom Gaming Rig

CPU Intel i7 4790K Quad Core 4 Ghz Processor BUY
Cooler CORSAIR Hydro Series H55 Liquid CPU Cooler BUY
MOBO ASRock Fatal1ty Gaming Z97 Killer BUY
RAM Corsair Vengeance Pro Series 16GB x 2 (32 GB) BUY
GPU MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G BUY
SSD Mushkin Enhanced ECO2 2.5″ 240GB Sata SSD BUY
HDD Seagate 1TB Desktop HDD Sata 6Gb/s 64MB Cache BUY
ODD Samsung SE-208GB External DVD-Writer BUY
Case NZXT Computer Case CA-H442W-M1 BUY
Display ASUS ROG Swift 27-Inch WQHD G-Sync LED Monitor BUY
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Also you can see how my build fared in the SteamVR Test Here

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