most luckiest nephew +1
Very nice clean build! One question, would you recommend the z63?
itll be awesome if its true, most likely featured just saying.
No, more of a horror effect with that yoda there
That yoda bothers me. Very nice build!
Ok thanks for the answer cuz I was quite surprised.
it doesn't. Just that all the youtube videos and previous builds on this website include one.
It should be enough but a 240 AIO would definitely improve temps big time. Quite sad seeing a lian li 011 build without 3 fan slot sbeing used by a 360mm AIO
Just curious on why there are 2 H100i AIOS and got a 1200 watt? A 650watt would’ve been much more cost beneficial than a 1200. Maybe you were future proofing to upgrade to something much bigger in the future?
Jeez a very very lucky kid! One question? Why is the i9-9900ks 1400$???????? I’m pretty sure it’s around 520$ or did you just add all the liquid cooling on to the cpu price? +1
This build is C L E A N. I feel like you should submit this to techsource or randomfrankp who are youtubers that feature setups like these. +1
Oh dang lol
Yeah it’s really dumb how it is and you’ll end up buying another $200 on a beefy thick backpack
Like u did ;-;
I'm trying to learn liquid cooling and the prices of everything but thanks! +1 for the build itself
What was the total cost with the fittings, radiator, and pump?
you ever seen those like really slim pcs that are considered "portable" videos. You could try that. But the majority fot he parts are like $900+
that seems like pretty decent laptop for $500. Don't get vega 3 or vega 11 since vega 3 is just worse than a school laptop and vega 11 is like the same as vega 8.
oh graphics? cpu? link? would be curious. Gaming laptops are only good if they are over $700 which is bs. You can buy parts off of ebay, offerup, letgo, and sales to get a full setup for $500
businesses Owo its none of my business but very lucky and you spent that money wisely!
dang. we just sound like money clingers XD
still grateful with what i have
Ok, thank you.
I have fixed it to be at 1080p and max settings (not raytracing for some games that have it) and how is cooling?
Do you plan to just do gaming? If so, you can switch to a 2600 and save money to buy a more powerful gpu, either way still a good build.
I've heard that the z73 takes up a memory slot so only 3 channels are available, how did you get those to fit, also great rgb build!
dang you win this round
Hmmmmm pcpartpicker has an option to choose which parts will occur in different for specific online stores. For example I sent mine to amazon and Newegg. Perhaps changing those will solve the issue?
just a personal preference thats all
I'd prefer a 2080 super since some models can be cheaper than the 2080s but thats a good match witha i9-9900k!
Great build btw! For your last question do you mean to add a price to a part that you already purchased just don't remember the price? If so each part has a setting icon next to the price to the left. click tht and you can change the price from there.
just curious but which one :3?
Ok thank you!
It’s a youtuber that features setups like yours.
ok, thank you!
This needs to be on Techsource setup wars. +1
Great build! I was wondering how you learned to do liquid cooling. Video links or posts because I'm trying to learn to do liquid cooling. +1
you can eventually customize or cut the tubes to the length between the fittings. Is there any videos you sued to help you? if so could i see the links to some of them. if you didn't and self learned.....uhhh
I'm thinking about doing a custom loop for my next build, but have no idea how to. How did you figure it out? Also amazing build!+1