I was thinking of doing something like that, but I ended up putting my PC behind a vertical screen due to the small size of my desk.
Looks really nice, very clean and great cable management! How do you plan on putting the cam screen in the build, and where?
This PC is still tanking through everything, but I am a bit worried about the kernel problems chopping 30% of my horsepower off
It worked fine for me, still works fine
what did they say, it got removed
Ignore all the people telling you to upgrade, this is plenty for what you need to do, I have this same PC with a gtx 1070 and it is amazing
more than enough
The dog at the end, it's adorable
I love a good ol' anti-rgb build
I mostly just like the giant amount of room that full towers have to offer
either what wampflerman said or, he had the motherboard lying around and didn't want to get a new one
I found some black ones on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/NZXT-Black-120mm-Non-LED-Fan-FN-V2-/371830776095?hash=item5692d7611f:g:syEAAOSwal5YLMwe
I watched a video about it, the r1 was of course louder than the noctua, but I liked the low pitched hum it made and it was the second best cooler of the four giant dual tower coolers he tested, coming in second behind also, the noctua
It's pretty solid, it supports 5, 3.5inch drives, you can buy the fans from ebay, newegg, and amazon
I play overwatch an unhealthy amount
the g502's shape and weight it great for me, its the only nice mouse I have ever used, I tend to overshoot with lighter mice because I move them too quickly
That's how I have it configured right now
I'm not a big hater of it, I think it just way overdone
Maybe, I like the looks of the Cryorig better, I'll watch a video comparing them in a bit to help me decide
I'm sure it will, the h100i v2 does more then I need it to, but I plan on using the h100i v2 for something else and I want to get an air cooler to replace it
I guess, most people I have asked have liked the g502's weight
I really wouldn't want anything lighter than this, feels too light without the weights
for $50 you honestly can't beat it
Mine is great, I have had it for years now and it still does really well for me, you can adjust the weights in it, it's very light by default.
it isn't heavy it all, you have the option to put weights in it, making it heavier
Thanks! Nice build btw!
I've looked around some more and decided on the Phanteks Enthoo Luxe, thanks!
Whats wrong with the HAF 932 anyway? it got great reviews and looks pretty good imo
blu-ray players, hot swap ssd trays, card readers, lots of things I use require either 5.25 inch bay accessories, or USB adapters
The h440 has no 5.25 inch bays on it , huge problem for me
maybe, I just really like the look of the HAF case, I won't be ordering one till after christmas, so there is plenty of time for me to do some research about other cases
I plan to have this PC for a very long time from now, meaning I need something functional with 5.25 inch bays, a lot of them. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001EPUQAE/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I3SIYNE64RHBH8&colid=190IRLZVOM5IL this one has a painted interior
This is the first shift build that I have seen, nice job!
just looks different, don't see them like that very much.
Ah, there is some slot loading drives, but they are expensive
I use them a good bit, still in them pretty useful for storage
Nice build! But why did you put the GPU in the bottom slot
Not that type, I have one, you would have to hold the disk in place as it is closing to avoid the disk from falling down and preventing the tray from closing
I really like rebuilding old PC's by putting them in new cases, and doing cosmetic changes, brings a lot of life back into an old PC. Nice build!
Nice build, but wouldn't that optical drive be difficult to use sideways like that?
Ayy, I used to have an i7-4820k
Really nice build, also very creative with the name
there is nothing wrong with his card
Really nice build, you did an amazing job on cable management
It is just too great not too,its an amazing philosophy
I think I just found my favorite quote, "Not because I should, but because I could"
It really was, but there was the budget for it, so might as well
that can happen, That was the same when i built mine, it wasn't posting but the hue+ lights were coming on and so were the fans, but after swapping the ram dimms around it started working again.