Tried orange dye myslef and it wasn't quite there. You should checkout Thermaltake orange pastel C100 +1
Those AF fans work pretty well on rads and they look much cooler than the SP fans
Haha! The Dual got me on the RX480 thought for a min AMD released a dual GPU RX480
I only see well built PCs in Phanteks Evolvs...defo a winner all the time +1
RIP Thermaltake Riing fans there's a new kiing of RGB in town. Sweet build. Bang tidy if I may add
The part about the sleeving made me chuckle...know that feeling. Almost gave up too if I'd not completely destroyed my original cables.
+1 for a nice story and solid build
We've alll thrown money down this rabbit hole. #liveandlearn +1
Drinks allowed? Phanteks FTW +1
It's your preference for 100+ though. Mine's at 85Hz(bumped up from 60Hz, smoothness noticeable) but wouldn't trade higher frequency for amount of workspace I have for MATLAB sims/VHDL work I do.
Not experienced 100+ Hz so I know no different hence doesn't bother me..I hear its smoother though.
I think you know a 100Hz + ultrawide doesn't exist for $500-600..lol
jaw drops Simply awesome! waow
Always a pleasure seeing such neat builds +1. What mods did you do?
Going HAM I see. A custom loop with give it that wow factor though but if it function over form, you're pretty much set.
Solid build +1
You sound like a more productive guy than gaming you might want to consider a 21:9 aspect ratio IPS monitor. Nice buil+1
Mac convert here too. Used Macs Since 2002 till 2015. Not looked back since then. Enjoy your need content creator +1
Love it +1
Good to see that GTribe is for real.
Neat loop +1
Very busy rig +1
I got them off ebay - World Map Mouse Pad
Always had an eye for these Dan cases, well designed. Nice execution from you +1
Very neat loop excellent idea going for the X-flow radiator +1
The picture behind : what wil happen for buying an AMD Fury card! :)
Great case (if i can call it that) for dual GPU's +1
I thought Jon Snow knew nothing...not u. You've just built a PC. +1
Nooiiicceee.... you've got to share it soon ;)
Got them on eBay
I currently use the Acer XR341CK 34" monitor. Great for productivity and action-adventure games. Once you try it, I think you'd love it.
I only paid £450 ($580) for it, new and unopened. howbadah! There is no cheap 34" Ultrawide 3440x1440 21:9 monitor with G-Sync. I'm not interested in smaller sized monitors. If you can spot one. Let me know.
Perhaps if I were experiencing all this you are talking about, which I already know. I'll take it seriously. I don't have screen tearing or terrible input delay, I game mostly with vsync off but can enable it if, IF I have to. I don't game at 1080P that may experience very high framerates with a GTX 1080
Like I said, and you may not agree. It is not mandatory to have gsync with an nvidia gpu
I know exactly what FreeSync and G-Sync were designed to do. You think the frequency is locked at 60Hz but I have the frequency at 85Hz and it works perfectly. Now, whilst the Nvidia GPU will not support dynamic refresh rate on a FreeSync monitor to reduce (note REDUCE, not eliminate) screen tearing, I can, if I wish enable V-Sync/Fast Sync too which will keep my refresh rate locked at 85Hz and achieve the same thing G-Sync/Freesync do, reduce screen tearing.
So, it is not mandatory to have a G-Sync when you have an Nvidia GPU.
I'd rather have a 21:9 aspect ratio monitor if it were the same price as a 16:9 G-sync monitor and the only two 21:9 aspect ratio G-Sync monitors at 34" Ultrawide were above my budget for a monitor.
Moreover, for titles like BF1 which I play, it's servers sport a 60Hz default tick rate which is the frequency with which the server updates the game state, measured in Hertz. So having a 240Hz refresh rate monitor won't give you any advantage as most think.
Popular cases are winning designs whether you like it or not
Sexiest CPU block on the block! +1
I wasn't prepared to pay £1000 for a 3440x1440 Ultrawide monitor (Acer Predator or similar). This works flawlessly, it's a monitor and bought it for £450 instead of £600, huge savings.
Hats off. Quality finish!
Wish I got those Linus Noctua fans lol
Thanks pal, my fifth liquid-cooled project but yea I'm glad to be back. ;)
Oh that is a monitor screen calibrating tool..hehe!
hi, yes I did come from haswell and I didn't have to reinstall, had the OS already on the drive.
Very good price for that Fury X +1...tidy build.
Phanteks FTW +1
Very good cable management +1
Stunning finish! +1
Very tidy +1
Stunning case +1..
You need to turn off OD (overdrive) completely in the settings menu. It causes ghosting. Now you've got me wanting the 144Hz lol. What model is it?
That would have been nice too but got the chair as an xmas gift :(
I removed original EK sticker but changed the orientation of the orange logo so I still maintains the assigned inlet/outlet port :)
be Quiet 80mm fans.
Yes, they were, especially when dealing with such an expensive case. I couldn't make mistakes. I had a self-leveling laser so that helped alot.