Wow this was listed as "4.0 ready" when I bought it, but now it directs you to another listing for 4.0 riser cables. I guess I got got :/
Thing is they are also top of the line dies so they have the function with the form.
You just gotta go for the Trident Z Royal when you have a 5700 XT Anniversary Edition, don't you? I did the same with my build!
Your build kinda makes me not like missing a big AMD 50th logo, but I also really don't like power supply shrouds.
Great job with this beauty!
I'll take some pics tonight!
If that is listed as the Motherboard temp in HWiNFO64, I am idling at 36c
I wish you could've taken pics of my rig. Beautiful shots!
RAM is running 3600mHz with 16-16-16-36 timings with no issues.
If black is any part of your color scheme, the black PC-O11 is definitely the way to go.
It's a System76 Kudu Pro Linux laptop from about 5 years ago and I have it connected to my main monitor for dual screening.
I chose it because it was cheaper than other 360mm radiators and it has a flow indicator. The name of the company was just a cherry on top lol
Just got it specifically for this setup.
If I ever do anything like that it will definitely have to be altered to fit with the aesthetic. I spent a good amount of money making the rest of the system fit perfectly with that graphics card.
You can get them on AMD.com
Just make sure to turn off your ad blocker to see the buy now button.
They are sealed but it can still evaporate. I've had multiple friends have to completely replace their AIO by year 5 at the latest because their temps were a lot higher than they were originally, even with a new thermal paste application. I think it's safe to say those AIOs water evaporated a decent amount, despite being completely 'closed loop.' I much rather prefer the ability to open up and top up the system to keep it going for at least that long.
Hell yea I got the feature! Yea I couldn't really justify buying that lol. Also, my ram is compatible with Aura sync only so I was kinda locked into Asus. Thanks for all the compliments!
Under gaming load according to hwinfo. Haven't done any stress tests on the CPU at this point and the productivity work I do on it doesn't last long so there aren't really any sustained loads related to that either. Plus a 360mm AIO.
IEM Chicago 2018!
I almost wanted to, but you don't even see the actual part so getting the AE addition felt kinda pointless
I usually get to 90c during the more intense gaming sessions, but it takes a bit to get up there.
It is just white I guess. A little disappointing to be honest but it is still hands down the ******* sexiest card I've ever owned
I used the goldenrod code from rapid tables for the motherboard and ram: https://www.rapidtables.com/web/color/Gold_Color.html [rgb(218,165,32)]
But for the fans it is actually on the default orange color on the controller that came with them. I'm having some issues with the ARGB connector on my motherboard, so I don't have full addressability(?) right now, but I actually ended up liking this setup more anyway so I don't really care anymore lol
Totally forgot about this post. Thanks for all the compliments! Reddit didn't go quite as planned so its nice to get some recognition for the work I put into this build.