It gets loud-ish after a heavy gaming session but not enough to be distracting. I set a custom fan curve and overclocked/undervolted it. Luckily it doesn't get beyond upper 60s C.
Just saw it has a front USB 3.2 gen 2 Type-C. It sure is nifty, but this case precedes USB 3.0 itself so it doesn't have a front USB type-C connection. I corrected the part review anyway. Thanks for the heads-up.
Hey, it's the best of both worlds :P
Whoa, that's a lot of rainbow puke.
... I love it.
Literally blood and sweat went into making this PC lol. Beautiful job as always. This build looks much more sophisticated than the Gargantua build.
I tried uncapping the frame rate and I did get 100+fps on most games I have. It's most likely capable of running Overwatch at 144 Hz at 1440p.
I was eyeing an EVGA RTX 2080 FTW3 but it was $150 above budget. The current Radeon VII works beautifully so far, so if ray tracing takes off and becomes more widespread, I would have saved up enough money to get a high-end GPU with ray tracing.
The case doesn't fit a 240mm AIO anywhere. I originally got a Noctua NH-D15 but the case door wouldn't close (160mm max fan clearance). The cpu hits 5 GHz from time to time with this cooler though.
Wow. As a huge fan of Mass Effect, this rig almost brought a tear of happiness to my eye. This thing can probably house EDI. (Come to think of it, your build reminds me a bit of her AI Core room on the Normandy). Time and money well spent on this beauty. :D