I believe it would, but it would depend on how thick the heat spreaders are - if they are too thick you might bump up against the heatpipes.
The bracket and riser came with the case.
They were defiantly close, but didn't have any issue with them.
Yep, you can pull those fans and replace them if you want.
You should be able to mount the cooler in the top of either chamber depending ram height (left chamber) and removing the hard drive cages (right chamber).
It might work if you had low enough profile ram, but I'm not sure that it would. If you were wanting to do push/pull, I'd mount it in the front.
The hottest card got to 88C under heavy load.
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No, this is the one we built, I was just late in posting the completed build.
I've never had a leak or failure.
Yes there is head room for an additional card down the line.
It can handle video editing very well. We actually used it for this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnkW0hQNlj8
This is also plenty of room for additional hard drives using the cages in the PSU chamber.
The H100i can replace the cryorig just fine. Both are solid coolers.
It all depends. Are you using a fan controller that is built into the case or just using the fan headers on the motherboard? If you are looking for separate fan controller, I'd suggest a Grid+V2: https://www.nzxt.com/products/grid-plus-v2
There is a x1 slot, but you'd have to move the video card down to another slot to access it.
If you wanted to do a test, I would always recommend putting some kind of cooler on the CPU. If you use the AIO, you'll need to reapply it if you take it off.
10/10 would eat again.
The fans are just the ones that came with the case and cooler. For storage I used an M.2 drive: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/PMbkcf/sandisk-internal-hard-drive-sd8sn8u512g1122
It came with 4, which was enough for the side window.
I've had no problems with the HUE+ strips. I normally don't even use the adhesive, just rely on the magnets.
I mounted it to the bottom of the case in the left chamber.
Temps and fan noise were fine. I didn't modify any of the fan settings so everything was running at stock speeds.
But of course! Watch the video to the end ;)
Sorry, but I don't share Doritos.
Adding a 3rd fan on the bottom would have made access to some of the I/O difficult and cramped. A fan over the PSU isn't really needed because its already pulling from inside the case.
The airflow is pretty good. Not noticed any sort of problems with the temps.
Those benchmarks were run at stock clocks and settings, nothing overclocked.
With the tinted side panel, the stock cables blend in nicely. However, I could always see some sleeved cables down the road.
The 6800k & 5820k only have 28 PCIe lanes available, but the 6850K has 40.
I see a strikingly handsome fellow with a hankering for nacho cheese flavored tortilla chips.
Yes, yes it will - - its a core component. Just make sure to properly wipe your fingers before using your keyboard :)
Who's gonna be revealed?
Minesweeper of course!
Maybe a side of BF4, Battlefront, Rocket League, you name it and I'll play it
There are re-spawn timers, load screens, updates and the occasional rage quit :)
Correct, only 1 of those should be there. I guess my fingers were stuttering lol.
Should be fixed now. Thanks!
Updated. The price should pop up in a few hours.
Should be fixed now
I'll take a look at that now. Thanks!
Fixed - Thanks!
That should be doable. Thanks for the suggestion!
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