Color coordination is insanely clean, I used to not really like white-themed PC builds but I think I've turned...
Color scheme is really nice, black and orange always looks good :)
If your parts are really meant for future upgrades, then more power to you. Not sure exactly how safe that is if you want to upgrade your CPU though, new Ryzen chips in 2018 will use a diff. type of motherboard not compatible with other AMD mobos (at least I think this is the case).
Eh, even though it doesn't match it still probably kicks *** at anything you put towards it. I care a bit more about look over function, but I can always respect a good PC, and yours is certainly kick-*** :)
Cool to see someone doing something different with the Shift Case, looks nice :) (except for the green GPU and original Noctua-colored fans, no color coordination there bud). I would like to know the temps for your new fan setup though, I know people have temp issues with this case so it'd be cool to see that your solution is working
I think it needs another 1080 Ti to do that...
Always happy to see people using the Evolv Shift case, and it seems like you planned out the fans well enough to get some pretty low temps. Can't wait to use the same fan setup when I get this case :,)
Where'd you get your desk? Seems pretty nice
Very clean cable management for a case that isn't easy to cable manage... +1
The colors you got going on in this case is what I'm trying to get with my PC build... looks so good :,)
Moment I saw this I was amazed at how clean it was... The case seems really well lit. I like that it's not too bright that it overwhelms the case with light, but how does it look in the dark? Does the Thermaltake Riing fans provide enough light?
I thought it was impressive being 18 and being able to build a PC on my own. You sure beat me out kid (except for the cable management department), nice work :/
Good luck on cable management, lol. Nice build anyways. RGB in a tiny case makes RGB look better somehow :?
Nice build, I love the Snowball figurine you put in the case. So cute :,)
Dang, those actually look so cool. Thanks!
Where'd you get that sticker you put in the front of your case?
Is that wrist rest from Mionix any good? I saw some bad reviews of it on Amazon
Sure! I'm using Lines2.0 and MiniWeather.
Ah man, I'll just bite the bullet at buy the $33 PWM Blue led PWM version of the Corsair fans. Thanks for all the help though, I've learned more about fans than I ever wanted to know about...but at least I can spread the knowledge if anyone else has similar problems :)
Yep. It changes the RPM when it switches between Quiet, Normal, Turbo, and Full speed, and theres a definite change in sound. The LEDS also become brighter the faster it spins, so I think it definitely works. I only thing concerning is that when it's on quiet mode, the back chassis fan just turns off while the CPU continues to run at 1500 RPM.
Any one of the first three connectors are the only ones sold at Micro Center, and I'd rather buy from them than buy them online: http://www.microcenter.com/search/search_results.aspx?Ntt=3+pin+4+pin&Ntk=all&sortby=match&N=4294966998&myStore=true
Another odd thing, I downloaded ASUS Ai Suite 3 with the Fan Xpert 2+, and I'm able to control the back chassis fan but not the CPU fan for some odd reason. Both are connected the same way, 3-pin wire to 4-pin on the mobo. My back chassis fan is now running at 500 RPM, while my CPU remains at 1500+ RPM. Half my problems are fixed though, so I guess this is just progress to finding a solution. If the connectors don't seem like a good idea, my last resort is to find a PWM Blue LED Fan that has decent LEDs. If there aren't any out there for a decent price, I might just stick with my 1/2 solution. I swear these 3-pin 4-pin issues are just companies trying to make people spend more money >:/
The AI Suite fixed the case fan, but the CPU fan still doesn't seem to slow down much. I'm glad this had fixed half my problem though, thank you :)
Would a 3-pin to 4-pin connector fix this issue? I was thinking about buying a cheap one from Micro Center.
Yeah I messed around with those settings for a bit and found no change in the speed either. I'll see if I did them wrong and mess around with them a bit more and get back to you.
Yeah, my motherboard has 4-pin connectors, but my fans only use 3-pins. So are you saying there isn't any way to change their speed unless I get 4-pin connector fans?
They are connected via 3-pin
Where did you get that sticker for the front of the case? It looks nice :/
When I went to MicroCenter, I saw some smaller mITX cases but none of them really suited me. I don't dig the square shape of the cases so the Corsair Carbide 88R seemed to be the best option for me.
Dang, that sucks dude. Hopefully you have some other tech store that offers good deals near you.
Thanks! I looked over the Cryorig C7 and decided to take your advice and bought it. I'm looking forward to never hearing the sound of a stock fan ever again :,)