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Published on September 2nd, 2011 | by Bob

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Bro Cave: @ImTheRush

>This week, our featured Bro Cave was submitted by LA x RUSH  – Flickr Gallery Here

Hey guys this is my new PC setup. A couple of days ago I put together this gaming rig and so far I am very happy with it. I’m a PC gaming noob if you may say so. I mainly play FPS on console and some sports games here and there. Currently I’m playing COD 4 promod (Thanks to John), Team Fortress 2 and Battlfield BC 2 on PC and some other games here and there but thats mainly it.

Alright so here are my specs. I picked these out a couple of ways, by watching some of John’s videos and google. Google is my best friend now. She helps me with all my problems <3. After about 3 months of research I decided on these parts. My budget was a little over 1k. This rig so far is pretty darn good and will run everything I throw at it. 
Coolermaster HAF 912
Asus Sabertooth P67
8GB G.Skill DDR3 RAM
EVGA GTX 560ti FPB
i5 2500k @ 3.3GHz(Hyper 212+ cooler – I would have already overclocked but the Hyper 212 came missing with some screws which is why I’m using the stock cooler)
60Gb Corsair SSD
1 TB Samsung Spinpoint 7200 HDD
I’m pretty happy with this setup although I had to RMA the motherboard because the first one was DOA.

I’m using a Razer Deathadder Mouse and a Razer Arctosa Keyboard. Monitor is a 22″ Viewsonic LCD monitor of some sort. I use Turtle Beach X11’s when gaming but just some insignia speakers when I’m not.
I can’t believe I have been playing console all my life. I played some BFBC2 today and was blown away by the difference between PC graphics and console’s. Oh and Pepsi is good. Yeaahh
Hope you guys enjoyed my Bro Cave Setup. 
– LA x RUSH
http://www.youtube.com/ImTheRush

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15 Responses to Bro Cave: @ImTheRush

  1. Wheelzz says:

    >Do you connect your case fans with the small fan connectors on the fans?

  2. Wheelzz says:

    >peeble you dont want your PSU with so much load, they run bad if thy do!

  3. ImTheRush says:

    >Exactly its no way over what I need

  4. Peeble says:

    >A second 560ti would only need 700-750W

  5. ImTheRush says:

    >I don't know what you mean by >ssd and >stock cooler

    I have a 60gb ssd and a 1tb hdd

    Hyper 212 came with missing parts so im waiting to install it untill i get the rest of the parts. And it suggested I needed 600w so I got 800 incase I decided to add a video card or something. you jelly?

  6. The tech talk blog says:

    >>ssd
    >stock cooler

    priorities priorities

    also, do you REALLY need that psu thats double the price of normal psu's for an extra 2% efficiency? REALLY?

  7. ImTheRush says:

    >Why tho? It's 5ms, is that a lot?

  8. Peeble says:

    >Hey I suggest getting a new monitor, most TV's usually have a pretty high response time.

  9. ImTheRush says:

    >Thanks guys. Also thanks to KBMOD for posting :)

  10. derp says:

    >the world is not fair, godamit ill give you a dollar for that setup

  11. vol1tion says:

    >Good looking build man!

  12. Aplfisher says:

    >Great stuff man! Really enjoyed seeing your setup!

  13. ImTheRush says:

    >I love my turtle beaches haha <3

    Oh and I know my wiring is terrible, too lazy to fix it atm :D

  14. yoeddyj says:

    >Very nice first rig! I need to send mine in.

  15. Zackcy says:

    >TURTLE BEACHES?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?

    What is dis I don't even……..

    Great setup overall, jk jk jk lol

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One of the founding fathers of KBMOD, and an unfortunate casualty of real life responsibilities. An IT professional by trade, and an elitist by choice.


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