Np! I so need to get my butt in gear and start on my Tempered Glass mod for it.
13 3/8 x 16
Are you talking about the entire panel or just the window?
I am going to try a thin radiator and see if it will work. Would make cooling a 980ti a lot easier than just a single 360
Nice. I plan to try and stuff a 360 as well as a 120 in the top. Should be enough room for a thin 120 if I use the front of the case as well that they for some reason didn't give you mounting for.
Man this is an awesome build. And I completely understand trying to cram everything into something so small. About to start a loop in my TT G3 and have to figure out where to stuff everything in it. 10/10!
Yeah. With my 1000w adding another 10lbs alone it was a beast. Plan to use it again at a later date. Ill toss some more pics with it in the setup. The loop will be a while since I have to hunt down a block for the 980ti.
I know this is an older post. I got this case since it is the only one that is this small that would fit my classified. Working on getting a loop in it as well. Did you have to do much to get the 360 to fit or just take out the hard drive bays?
Also amazing looking build. Hope mine turns out anywhere near this.
Is this light weight? I want to put it on my father and mothers laptops and they are kinda old and starting to slow down. I will look into this and see what I can do.
Thanks for the suggestion.
I completly understand. It would be a lot faster. It is really up to him in the end and what he wants.
The reason there is no storage is because he already has a pc and would snatch that and put it in there.
It actually does have 4 fans in there you just can not see them. They are in the front and top which have tinted covers. I would not recommend this case sadly as a beginners build unless you get it local. There is better cases in this price range I found out after.
It fixed itself somehow. Thanks for the reply though. If it acts up again I will try that.
I am not sure about the screencast. Windows version 10.0.10586. Microsoft Edge version 25.10586. No extensions. I5 2320, Msi 6950, gigabyte motherboard, and 8gb of samsung ram.
My current psu is an old 650w and I was going to get a 1000w so that i can sli in the future.
Alright thanks for the reply. I want to get the 1080 for real and the 6950 pushes a lot of power. So i will wait. I guess i will get the ssd since my load times hold me back right now.
I purchased the same case for my build. What do you think of it? Personally i am going to future proof my case with a full tower. I dont get good air flow in this one.
Under a 100% load it stays at 60c rather than 80c - 90c
That already helped an insane amount. I cleaned it and put on fresh thermal paste. It dropped 10c idol.
I have some artic silver 5 would that be good enough to use?
I do not but I believe the oc version only is 2gb
Yeah it is a local thing. He says that it is the msi frozr ii oc
I am going to run future mark to make sure it is really what he says it is.
I also have found a person in my area with either a msi 6870 or msi 6950 for $75. Would this be worth getting in the mean time?
Hw monitor is what I am using.
I am hoping when I get my new gpu I won't run it off of integrated graphics and it should go down a lot.
Yeah. Or you might even go lower in the watts like a 450 or see if evga makes one lower.
Nice little build and awesome for you to do that for your dad. +1
Also it looks like you have an extra 5.25 Bay so you could possibly put those extra cables in there. Also possible far away picture of it?
Black vinyl stickers for motherboard capacitors
Black vinyl stickers for motherboard capacitors
What do you mean by this?
Plants on point +1
That true though. I would trust a lot of people on here though.
No problem. It was weird when I got it as well. I don't have to screw it on though since it holds it really snug so that is a plus.
It would be niceas long as other users can see the reason to know if it really is a bad idea / comment.
Love the custom gpu stand. I use solid edge for 3d design in school. +1
For the hdd trays for the drive you can cut off the front 2 plastic pins and mount them into the screw holes. I did that and it didn't budge at all.
I am actually looking at a 960 now. Evga GTX 960 4gb FTW Acx 2.0+
Nice build. I love the case I use it in my rig as well. +1
I love the monitor set you have. Nice build as well. +1
I love the idea behind this build and nice budget build as well. What exactly does the little lcd panel do anyways? +1 from me.
Nice build and set up. Nice to see people make there first build for around the $500 - $750 range rather than a $1500+ for their first build. +1
nice build, more pictures though?
Awesome thank you for asking.
I am on mobile so I don't see that option
I would suggest that you keep the cpu for sure. The rest isn't much to keep. Use the ram until you can get faster.
I7 is needed for some of the programs I will be running on it. Plus the 6 cores will making rendering really fast.
I completely understand getting free parts from friends. That's what my first build came from so +1 for using the parts.
+1 for monitor background
What type of paint did you use to do the cage, because from the store it is all black. Also what do you use to photograph your builds.