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I had a case that had bad airflow and was a pain to build in so I built my own! I am not a great woodworker and didnt use the best choice for a saw but it is finally built this was roughly 3-4 weekends of work. This might honestly not be any easier to build in besides for cable management and the airflow is a lot better 2x120 mm fans on top and 3x120 mm fans on the front (the 92mm fan is temporary). and the psu has its own airflow. I plan on redoing this build over the summer with better tools and better wood I do like the flat black so may use flat black lacquer. It has a hinged side panel which I think is unique among cases recently.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

The case is thick!!! But i suppose that what was available at that moment. Hinge side panel is a must-have.

The psu is grounded so I would run a wire that would attach to one of motherboard's post, one that would attach to the GPU rear bracket, one that would attach to each hdd (easy: use a screw in one of the availble holes under the drives). All of this because in a normal metal case every part is grounded, not in a DIY osb case.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

GPU’s saggin like jeans in the 1990’s.

I have the same CPU&Mobo setup; what are your voltage settings?

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