No problems! I get about 70C during intense gaming. I think I get 80C's under Prime95, but normally my computer isn't that stressed. I just ran my Mobo's XMP profile for 5.0GHz.
No problems. I use it daily.
CAM is able to control the speeds with the built-in hub and the NZXT internal USB hub.
If you've never built before, it'll be tough but definitely do-able with all the guides out there!
Looks like that 2080ti isn't AIO, but it should work just as well. Dimensions look fine.
The game and the anime.
Does not affect performance. It does seem kinda cheap, but I don't mind.
My max is around 70-71C. I think that is acceptable for a form factor like this.
Either MSI Afterburner or EVGA Precision would work.
I just saw this! Sorry for the late response.
I think my maximum temp is always around mid 70's after 2+ hours of gaming in my rig. I might need to dust it out now lol. Mid 70's is perfectly fine for this chassis.
Airflow is great! I can't assure you anything since your set-up will be different from mine, but considering I have a 9700k and 2080 Ti, my temperatures are very good.
The clips come with the Cablemod white cables.
I got these:
About an inch? My GPU is pretty small. I had a 1080 Ti FTW3 previously, and had to move the radiator outside the case (where the filter is right now).
I got em from Amazon! Just type "blue cablemod" in Amazon, should be able to find some.
72x30 Uplift, Dark Bamboo.
72x30 Uplift desk. :)
Yea but too much of a hassle, and that cheap looking water cable would probably look bad in white.
I got an adapter from Newegg and it works great!
It fit on the bottom of the case, in front of the PSU. It'll fit if your PSU and the cables don't take up too much space.
Honestly, I bought the regular speed ones first and decided I wanted the high speed ones for the GPU and the top of the chasis. I'll probably change the lower fans to the high speed ones eventually. :P
Amazon! I just got one pack.
Hmm mine attached fine. As far as I'm concerned, the 120mm fans have all the same housing size.
Custom backplates won't fit since the "VRM Heatsink" takes up the space unless the GPU already has a backplate. There is barely enough clearance to fit the GPU if you look at the picture. I tried in my own build :P
Nice build :)
VIVO Single LCD Monitor Desk... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B21TLQU?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf
Yes, fellow 9 year old.
9 year olds unite!
I assume that the x72 has the same connectors as the x52. Need to plug in the USB 2.0 header. I'm using the NZXT internal USB hub for more USB 2.0 connections since my ITX only has one header.
I don't have RGB on my Kraken. Plus, the fans are intaking from the outer side of the radiator, so RGB fans would be hard to see.
Screen sampler will still work. The dynamic lighting to the audio will not work if the G560 isn't outputting sound, but it's too epileptic anyways IMHO.
There is still plenty of space with the radiator and fan both in the case. I did not have to change anything. My card is about 10.5 in, so yours will work just fine. If you want a bigger card (like my old 1080Ti FTW3), you would have to move the fans of the cooler to the outside of the case, forgoing the dust filter.
You don't have to physically unplug anything to switch! Just click the audio/speaker icon in the task bar and switch from there! (Assuming you have Windows 10)
It is an Uplift Desk, Dark Bamboo 72"x30." So I can stand whenever I want :P
Ohh I didn't know dbrand had Switch skins. Will definitely give that a look.
I like to keep my games stored on SSDs and have a secondary HDD storage for my Plex server for movie/anime/TV show/etc storage. I am actually going to take that out and move everything to an external 8-10TB in the future as well..
No room. The RAM would be in the way of the tubes.
Thanks! Glad you like it.
Yea I had the exact same thoughts. The 9700K has 2 more real cores, vs the 8700K. In gaming, the higher clocked 9700K with more real cores should be the one that triumphs. I mainly game and watch Youtube/Twitch, so I just thought I would get the newest version. The threads are not utilized in games AFAIK.
The 9700K has been great so far! No complaints from me.
They are called Nanoleaf Rhythm! The figure was from Hobby Search.