Published on October 26th, 2012 | by KBMOD Community


Bro Cave: @UDP7

This week’s Brocave comes to us from forum user UDP7. A long time consololol gamer who then got his PC gaming start on a Mac, he’s now fully outfitted to game with the big dogs at KBMOD. Take a peek at his cave below, you’ll like what you see.

Hello, my name is Jurica and I’m a PC gamer!

Let’s dive into my story. I wasn’t always on PC and grew up on a variety of consoles such as Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64. After these consoles, my family received our first computer and it was, sadly, a Macintosh. This was the first time I had ever used a computer. We didn’t have internet, so we couldn’t do much. The only thing we could do on the Mac was play games that were pre-installed. There were a couple of games on there like Tomb Raider and Diablo (can’t remember if it was the first or second one). Then came the beast of a console, the console that made me care about gaming, the X-Box 360. I played Halo 3, all day, erryday. For about half a year, I was using the wireless adapter and stealing one of the worst Wi-Fi connections from one of my neighbours, so pretty much every game of Halo I played was laggy (my K/D and W/L could have been so much better. I’m better than Nick Fenton). I played every FIFA game from ’08-’11 and was a beast online. Then came my really competitive side of video games when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 came out. That game was so much fun to play. I started to get into the game when I was watching John grizz people (really helped me out, thanks).

Then came October 2011, the month that changed my life, I built my own PC. During most of my summers I was watching that Newegg build guide all the time, sorting out which parts I was going to buy, etc. And mid-October I ordered my parts and came home after school to a bunch of boxes in my room. I built my first computer in about 5 hours (could’ve been 4 if it wasn’t for that gosh darn Hyper 212+). I got about 11 games on Steam (I’m not an IncredibleOrb), and have a decent rig, so I’m happy right now.

My PC specs:

FANS: COOLER MASTER Megaflow 200mm front and top + COOLER MASTER Sickleflow 120mm back
PSU: OCZ ModXStream Pro 600W
MOBO: ASRock Extreme3 Gen3
CPU: Intel Core i5 2500k @ 3.3GHz
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X 2x4GB 1333
GPU: MSI Twin Frozr II/OC GTX 560 Ti
ODD: ASUS 24X DVD Burner
HDD: Intel 330 Series 120 GB + Western Digital Caviar Blue 500 GB + Western Digital 750 GB My Passport External Hard Drive
KB: RAZER BlackWidow Ultimate
MOUSE: RAZER DeathAdder 3500 DPI
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
SPEAKER: Cyber Acoustics CA-3602
HEADPHONES: Sennheiser HD 429
MONITOR: ASUS VH232H 23″ 5ms

9 Responses to Bro Cave: @UDP7

  1. JamTheMan says:

    What’s the desk called? Really want on like that.

  2. PinkStahli says:

    This is the coolest thing ever. Like ever. So clean. Are you from Aperture?

  3. IntenseFunguy says:

    If it’s already a thing I’m going to feel like an idiot. But have y’all considered doing user submitted BroCave articles?

    • You can submit them in the forum, there’s a section for community bro caves and we select the featured ones from there. In the future, it’ll be more streamlined as we open the site up to make user contributions easier. :)

  4. Splozy says:

    “Then came my really competitive side of video games when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 came out.”

    Choked on my cereal.

  5. Innkvart- says:

    Nice and clean setup, almost too clean.

  6. Wheelzz says:

    So fresh, so clean.

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