Unboxing my new pc with GTX 1060 6gb Armor


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Nov 29, 2016
Hi guys, I'm a brazilian casual gamer, but I like to play a lot.
This year I buy my new machine to play the new games around, with a good setup.
Before that new PC, I was playing fairly with a Intel I5 3330 and a Radeon R7 260x 2GB. I was able to play most of my games in medium config, and full hd, with a average 30 FPS, but some games like Naval Action require a most powerfull PC setup, and that is why a Buy this new.
When I was looking for this new PC, one thing I was always seeing on foruns and reddit when I was searching for a good setup, the MSI name, everyone that try to help me build my new PC, was telling me how much the MSI products are good. Because of my budget I was not able to pick a Motherboard and a VGA from MSI, I had to choose betwen it. Because of importance of the Graphic Card, I choose to buy it instead of a motherboard. Now I'm working to in the future buy a MSI Motherboard.

My setup for this PC is
Intel Core I5 6400
Motherboard Gigabyte H110M-H
Power Suply Thermaltake 500W
Ram 8Gb HyperX DDR4
HD 1TB Western Digital
and the most important

VGA GTX 1060 6Gb Armor OC edition (that beatiful little monster)

I'm playing GTA V with almost everything on very high and Full HD. I'm still configuring the new PC and installing the nescessary softwares I need to work and play, I'm excited to play Elite Dangerous now ond this new setup, that game is marvelous!
I made a video of me unboxing the PC and will post it here.
Everything in the video is in Portuguese language, that is my native language, if you guys need any info of my video, ask me, I'll be pleased to answer.
If you guys want to play with me, add me on Steam, My nick name is: iojimbo
I play generaly GTA V Online, Elite Dangerous, Naval Action, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm and some RTS like Age of Empires 3
If I'm doing something wrong please tell me, I'll try to correct

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