The fans and strips daisy-chain. One channel for the strips and the other for the fans.
Beautiful build!! Love the look of the NZXT fans in the InWin 303.
Such a clean build. Looks amazing!
Love the inwin 303 case too.
+1 for sure :)
+1 for the inwin 303. Love this case.
Such a clean setup.
I have AER fans on the top for exhaust and FN122 fans on the bottom as intake. Your PSU will act as part of the exhaust as well.
The bottom of the case is the ideal intake because of the built in dust filter. Using the top as exhaust as well as the one out the back of the case should be enough. I have had no thermal issues so far.
Intake from the 3 fans on the bottom and exhaust out the top three/PSU. The radiator for my very mild over clock works fine. If I was going higher than 4.3, I would opt for a 240.
Love the InWin 303 case :) Agreed on using mATX in this case with the intake fans on the bottom.
I'd keep an eye on how you have your radiator mounted. You might be choking off airflow through your PSU.
Love your color combo with the orange and white. Don't see too many builds with that. +1
no problem. hope it helped.
Just checked out your builds. You do some sweet work my man.
I would say that there are no designed flaws in these cards. One thing they do is the built in "OC mode" that pretty much pushes the card as far as it will go and be stable. I attempted to do a manual over clock myself and found that I was pretty much getting the same performance as the OC mode. This card does run a tad warm, but with a custom fan curve you can pull the temps down. The max temp I have had while gaming is 72C and that was for a brief second or two.
Lol. Still rocking 1080p.
I do indeed! Made that video sometime early last year.
Just did my build in the white version of this case. Love it!
Great looking build.
lol. I've had that thing for about 8 or 9 years. Still works like a champ.
i used alchemy cable extensions
they are decorative as far as i know. just a bit of flare.
Gutyr999 is correct. It is from V1 Tech.
how is the monitor?
Build looks great overall. Definitely use the PSU 6-pin connectors though. The molex connectors are so cheaply made and I have had them melt in the past.