I don't hear it all, just make sure to get the V2.0 one.
It gets well over 50 degrees but is still stable, the best mod to do is drill holes on the top above the graphics card to circulate fresh air within the case instead of just recirculating hot air.
Not sure what the max length is, but the only way you can fit a full size GPU in there is if you use a SFX or a really short ATX power supply.
My neighbors don't though haha
I really like them considering the price but they are stated to be "bezel-less" but that is definitely not true
I'm just messing with you : )
Can it run minesweeper without lag?
Thanks it took a lot off time and blood sadly haha.
I don't play very many games, I mainly intended this for CAD software when I go to school for engineering.
You can fit a 120mm radiator in the rear
If it were me I would put a water block on the graphics card and add it to the loop considering the Raijintek AIO is expandable.
Thank you! It was a pain in the rear trying to measure the holes and slots with the tools I had at home but everything managed to fit on the first try like a miracle! I used Autodesk Inventor for the CAD software and measured using a little metal ruler and a lot of google searches.
Very clean tubing bends looks great +1!
It works alright, I wish it had a thicker rad. but works great for minor overclocking.
I'm not sure, I picked it up on Craigslist for $50
Yes, this is my first build, just in a new case.
I thought you built the case out of legos in first glance lol
That was my goal. I wanted to build the case around the components while keeping good functionality.
Ya, nice build though!
Your 5th picture looks creepily similar to my set up D:
I've never had a problem with it, but I chose the silver one because it matched my components/case. If it were my, I would go for the cheap one if there isn't a reason to have silver.
very nice and clean!
thank you, it takes a lot of patience but totally worth the outcome.
thats the plan
That spaghetti is making me hungry :P
I'm still kind of working with that, I'm thinking of putting them beside the rad/fan.
I LOVE them!
Cost wasn't the issue, it was trying to find a manufacturer to make it that was tough.
I designed another one last night :D
thanks! I was kind of worried about dust also
you have no idea..
planning on it! if you check out my last build, it has some renderings of a couple others I have designed.
thanks, it took a few tries to make it look nice.
had to drive a hour just to get there
Nothing! It was a "school project" ;)
I bought it a couple years ago
My dad and I bought the GPU a couple years ago with intentions of building a PC sooner but never happened so I'm using it now.
with creativity comes money
thank you, just wish it was black..
mail in rebaits :)
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ya! it looks nice and clean, not to mention it is cheap..