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It is awesome, cabling is a rats nest but everything works properly (so far). Yes know I'm using Legos to solve the problem of GPU sag. I had a support arm that came with the GPU but, I couldn't screw it in tight enough to comfortably support the GPU

edited 4/26/2020: the new pictures after learning some capable management, and putting more money into my set up. I have fixed the fan configuration to where I have way better airflow now (from front to back and out the top). I added 7 new Corsair LL RGB series fans (4x white, 3x black). I will get all black fans at some point to complete aesthetic look.

With some research i have overclocked a little and I am now running at 4.9GHz. Temps are decent I could say (doesn't help that my warm is the warmest in the house), 42C at idle temps and at around 74C when stressed. The Corsair 150i Pro has done a great job IMO on keeping my CPU from thermal throttling.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

LEGO’s are pretty smart good idea

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

why a 1000w power supply? your system won't even pull 600w...

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I got it on sale and im interested in the future dual 2080 supers or even TI's setups. Also basic overclocking (learning to truly tweak stuff for best performance).

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  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

I'm not advocating for getting a 650w when a system pulls 600w. There should at least be a 100w cushion between system load and PSU cert, I believe. Even with a OC'd 9900k and 2080ti, a 750w would be plenty. If they're going to go down an SLI path, as mentioned in their reply, then it's different.

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  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Awesome build man. What’s your intake/ outage setup and do you have fans both sides of radiator? Going to buy this case and cooler

  • 20 days ago
  • 1 point

sorry for the late reply, but i have my fans to pull in air from the front of the case push air out the back and top. and fans are only on the one side of the radiator.

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