Thanks bro, sry for the late reply - got me a set for SeaSonic from CableMod, very happy with it!
2.5 slot, quite thick actually, but it gets thinner from back to front, which makes it suck air easily and cools pretty well, regardless of the few mm clearance from the PSU shroud
Darcy is classy man, enjoy!
Hey mate, sure - nope, not in my experience. There was a period of time when I was getting random black screens and GPU fans spinning it turned out to be Asus Aura causing some conflicts. Uninstalled that crap. Never had issues after that. I play 1440p only and put quite some stress on that GPU.
Great, would love to see some pics when you do, enjoy! :)
Oh, that's kind of... enlightening sheeesh
Hi mate... hope it won't insult you, but according to me the power of this beautiful machine (probably in the top 10%-5% on this site) and its value deserve not to be exposed like every fifth build that we see here. Would have enjoyed the personal touch. Cheers!
Very classy appearance mate, nicely done, cheers!
An absolute class man, so clean and impressive!
Great build and very good choice of parts. Enjoy!
:) Appreciated, thanks!
Hi, and thanks :) I am using the built in nzxt controller it has 3 headers, for the two front fans I've used a splitter
Gorgeous machine mate, congrats it looks absolutely stunning! Cheers!
Thanks man! Never reached more than 75.0° C on the GPU actually - I guess the nano PCB really helps for that.
Hey,I bought a ssd plate cover, yes :) Cheers
Very stylish build, well done! +1
A brutal machine in every possible aspect. So great!
Yep, I checked your MoBo and I saw what you mean, quite unfortunate, the H7 is a real gem.
Build complete - it's a complete stunner now :)
It's brilliant! +1
Very nice - I really like the choice of parts, this should easily be one of the best compositions for that budget!
I can totally feel your pain about the cables - as I recommended to another builder with the H200/EVGA PSU combo - Bitfenix Alchemy 2.0 EVG series is the only sleeved set I've seen that can be directly attached to the EVGA PSU. I will also be going for it, except in my case that would be the SSC series (for Seasonic PSUs).
Don’t forget to update the build pictures after the surgery :)
Yep, look for the Bitfenix Alchemy 2.0 EVG series - these can be attached directly to the EVGA G2 PSU (they are EVGA PSU compatible) and will spare you the mess of using them as extension only :)
+1 Once more, don't know why but I either liked the previous version a bit more or that were the pictures, anyway the amount of effort is tremendous and the result is outstanding. Cheers!
:) Hi and thanks! And yeah, that was the toughest part. You'll need a long screwdriver with magnetic top and steady hands for that :) I have mounted the top fan first, otherwise putting its filter in place would have been impossible and yes, according to me you need it it's meant for exhaust but when PC is turned off most of the dust comes from above. Then I mounted the H7 and attached the EPS cable and CPU fan cables on the mobo, basically all the connectors that are at the upper part (don't know what type of mobo you have) and screwed it on place with all screws except the one in the upper left corner. That last one was a nightmare - I dropped it like 15 times until I finally managed to tighten that little **** up. Last goes the rear fan. Hope that will help you!
Powerful and clean, it definitely deserves some custom sleeved cables :)
Thumbs up for that! Gaming at 1440p is what I would recommend you as next step - you will only need a new monitor for that, the rest of your hardware will handle the current requirements no problem :) Happy hunting!
Beautiful and powerful - just feel a bit sad to see that awesomeness standing on the floor :)
Oh goodness, that's a gorgeous build and easily the most underestimated one I've come across lately. The amount of effort and originality is tremendous - congrats! I really hope my +1 could worth +100 'cause you deserve nothing less than feature for that awesome machine mate, cheers!
Man you definitely don't need to spend that cash for an AIO with the cooler you already have - it's a beast! If you just add some more intake in front you will never have thermal issues whatsoever :)
It's a very clean and beautiful build dude, well done. Never mind the doubts about budget that others express they didn't even bother to read how you got some of the parts, also that you have included all the peripherals aaand the price to performance ratio of this powerful machine I guess.
That's a tough piece of machinery dude, you should definitely benchmark it and share the results.
I am using the Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi - you can view my parts breakdown by checking my build. I didn't actually go over the 3.8GHz on my CPU because of the drastically increased power consumption reported and I have a 650W PSU. Your CPU should easily be handling a much better clock speed not to mention the better chipset you have.
Great system mate. I think the minor addition of some Noctua Chromax fans and caps can do miracles for that design. Also what are you using for air intake? I am running the Ryzen 7 1700 with that same frequency in a smaller case and with smaller cooler and the temps never get above 55 degrees with no noise issues, you could easily ramp it up just another bit I guess.
Very very stylish, I am a great fan of holistic design approaches as yours and you have done a wonderful job, congrats mate!
Great build mate, I really like the choice of parts from fans to peripherals - very well thought of and great final result. Cheers!
Thanks a lot man! I see you like the cables’ color too, they look great in your killer machine as well :)
Yep, exactly my experience :)I just got my eyes on your builds - very classy mate, congrats!
is cool is cool am chillin’ Lollz
Thanks mate, the case rocks, challenging for a tower air cooler if you don’t follow certain sequence, but absolutely satisfying at the end.
yeah cmon :D
Oh thanks, that setup of yours looks stunning as well!
Appreciated bro, I've really put my heart in it, thanks for the kind words!
Well the hardest pressure I've thrown at it was Doom - 1440p @Ultra for about 5 hours straight - it never passed the target of 75 degrees C.
Thanks mate! This Nano-PCB design and the bare part of the radiator really help in terms of cooling.
Very clean and well thought of - the color scheme is on point!
Nice, clean, powerful build - really like that!
I really enjoy your build and the story behind it. I could totally feel your joy at the end thumbs up for that :)
Yo, man - Congratulations for that monster hardware you've got. I just don't understand why with all that ultra expensive parts you've picked, you haven't put a SSD or even better an NVMe drive. I mean, come on, 2000 USD spent on monitors not to mention everything else and a WD Blue 5400RPM?! This doesn't make sense to me, like totally.