Gamer: used a old MSI 1080 Sea-hawk and old MB and processor to build this. Sorry have not finished up the cables. so cut some slack on the pictures.
Video of the box.
very old parts xD looks amazing good job.
Most are new. but 3 main components i had sitting around. I know they are not old.
lol i have the hyperx extended its 90cm wide 420cm tall lol i love having a giant mousepad
awesome build you got there
Its nice but a bit distracting. A tad to much for my taste. I might dial it back some.
Yeah I understand
If only I could afford that.
Are you a student? You will get there someday. I have been in the computer industry for 22 years.
legends say the mousepad spans the entire universe
I had one but it did not look right so I order another and love it. everywhere I touch is mouse pad. lol
I would like to see more pics
will post more ASAP.
Just curious I was looking at this case to replace a carbide 400c because it does not have enough space for cable management in the back. It feels like it barely shoves in my 24pin power supply and don't get me started about the 2 fan controllers with the 8 rgb fans I have installed lol. Do you think this has enough space for cable management?
No, Next time I am going with a full tower or open air case. It was a nasty fight with 6 fans and one controller. Maybe a Carbide Series Clear 600C or a Obsidian Series 750D Full Tower but then you cannot show off all the Fans. You could go full bonkers and go with the The Obsidian Series 1000D.
Would a h700i be open enough they are a little pricey though
Not sure, But I like that case.
Yeah I was looking at some of those cases but I don't know aesthetics or build placement wise, reason why I liked the 400c was component hiding, only showing off the flashy stuff but bad idea in the long run lol. Been looking around and probably gonna get a Corsair Carbide Air 740. Had an Air 240 in the past just slowly upgrading and getting bigger cases as I get better, bigger, and more creative with my components lol
You should go with the Air 740 it has plenty of room for cable management and is wonderful for air flow.
Should try the Corsair Air 740 its dual chamber with plenty of space it was one of the first cases i ever used and loved it
how do u like the 43" monitor
It is nice takes time to get used to it gaming. Then once used to it and you work on smaller monitors everything else seems tiny. But overall i love it.
Kool beans thanks
You should move the graphics card to the top PCIe slot, so you're using a x16 slot instead of a x8 slot.
it was just for the picture.