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Comment reply on Oregonstate00's Completed Build: 1440p 165hz Gaming Build-First Build

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

I haven't had any issues with it. I bought an extra fan to put on the front (I am using molex as the MOBO does only have 2 fan headers) and haven't thought about it since. I don't think the front chokes much at all, and the top and back are super open for exhaust.

Comment reply on Oregonstate00's Completed Build: 1440p 165hz Gaming Build-First Build

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

I haven't had any issues with it. I bought an extra fan to put on the front and haven't thought about it since. I don't think the front chokes much at all, and the top and back are super open for exhaust.

Comment reply on Oregonstate00's Completed Build: 1440p 165hz Gaming Build-First Build

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks! I totally agree. Whenever I upgrade the CPU I will probably replace the motherboard as well. Nothing wrong with it, it gets the job done, but I'll probably get something a little nicer. Putting up a few more pictures that I had lying around.

Comment reply on Oregonstate00's Completed Build: 1440p 165hz Gaming Build-First Build

  • 24 months ago
  • 2 points

Oh crap yeah! That was a stick of my friend's RAM because the Flare X was back ordered. I have it now and it works great. I haven't played anything too significantly CPU taxing, but it definitely has no issues with 144hz Siege and Metro Last Light running stock. I've played a lot of Fallout 4 on it but that game is just all over the place with the framerate being locked and general performance issues associated with it. I've had a couple instances of actual frame drops to <5 fps, but that's only for Fallout. Has handled whatever I've thrown at it and doesn't get hot at all.

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