Posted By andrew603

Meet Synth-Studio Tower!

I finished building my newest PC a little while ago.  Just the other day (at time of writing) I replaced the motherboard due to a bug in the Intel Sandy Bridge motherboard chipset Serial ATA Controller with it’s new, bug-free version.

Long ago, for the first time, I built my own PC.  Then, I built another.  Then another, and another.  This is one of them.

Surprisingly, that went through with zero issues I’m happy to report!  I thought at least I would have to re-create my RAID 10 array, and re-image the machine from a backup.  However, it found my array and booted right up!  Way to go Intel/Asus!

I decided to take some photos of it, they came out alright, as the lighting in my room is not great.  Check them out below.

What, you don’t want to look at stupid pictures you’re a computer expert?  What are “specs”?  Why do you want to know about what kind of glasses I have???

System Specs:

Chassis:  Silverstone Fortress (FT02 in Black)
Power Supply:  Silverstone Strider 1200 Watt PSU (ST1200)
Motherboard:  Asus P8P67 Deluxe (B3 Revision)
CPU:  Intel Core i7 2600k Quad Core CPU (2nd Generation Core i7 “Sandy Bridge”)
CPU Heatsink:  Prolimatech Super Mega Twin Tower CPU Cooler
Memory:  2x G.Skill Ripjaws Series DDR3 1600 8GB 2x4GB Kit
GPU:  2x Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX570
HDD:  4x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 SATA3Gb/s (in a RAID 10 array)
Optical Drive:  LG 10x Blu-Ray Burner

On Back-Order:  MOTU 24I/O Recording System with PCI Express interface card  (still waiting for this beastie at time of writing.)

Now, the photos!

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