Holy absolute bawls dude. Freakin' awesome build there!!
Oh dude that's rad!! Congrats!!
Awesome build man, as a red/black build myself I love the execution. Totally understand the tuning for minimal audible system as that is huge for me as well. Gotta keep them thermals down, clocks high while remaining nice and quiet.
Awesome! I'm stoked for your build! Can't wait to see. Need to get my butt in gear to finish all the custom power cables and sleeving.
In measuring, I've got nearly 74mm to work with with the two-slot wide 1070 Gaming X. This is from the floor of the case to the lowest point of the gpu. YMMV, but it looks to be an incredibly tight to try and accommodate the wifi card in there. It may be worth looking at a different solution for your wifi card, but a creative solution may present itself!
I look forward to the build WildWolf!
On an initial visual inspection, you'd only be able to fit a slim 360 in there with enough room to accommodate a single GPU, SLI/XFire would no longer be an option. Not the best case in my opinion for a radiator on the floor. However, with other options for radiators you could opt to go with a mid-thickness 360 up top and fit a 280 in the back. I'll end up adding a 240 in the side location behind my current placement of pump/rez combo.
I hope that is helpful! Let me know if you'd like specific measurements, I'd be happy to do some over the weekend.
The monitor has been working out nicely, colors and saturation look great, even better after calibration and has made working in Lightroom much more pleasant than the old HP 22" unit it replaced. I like the utilitarian look of Dell's P-series monitors and having mechanical buttons is a godsend in comparison to their capacitive buttons on the Ultrasharp units. The only caveat that I've run into with these early run Dell monitors is that there are times the displayport decides to stop working. Dell's response is to unplug power and reconnect then you're up and running again. Time will tell if that becomes less stable, but otherwise it has been a great unit.
I'm on the fence of how practical 4k is at 27" as 32"+ would likely make more sense. But that may be due to the fact that I'm still 'calibrated' to using my old display. Text is very crisp, brightness great for my needs and the stand is very stable.
While not a gaming monitor, it definitely brings 4k IPS into a budget range that makes a little more sense. Games that I've been able to run at 4k are breathtaking and 1080p still looks great. Next monitor will certainly have adaptive sync but for this round, I'm pleased.
Hope that helps!
Great question. Primarily put the pc together for video and image editing and didn't need additional graphic horsepower. Depending on how well pascal performs, I may end up getting a 980 ti to replace the 960.