Because of course you're 13 with a $5,000 rig.
There ya go! Well done, my dude :)
that's a pretty great deal! good find!
Look at pics online. The side they show is usually the front (where air gets sucked into)
Is this just for gaming? 32gb is pretty overkill. If you got 16gb, you could've upgraded to a 2060.
There should be an arrow on the frame somewhere indicating the direction of airflow.
Why 32gb of ram for gaming? 16gb is plenty. You could've applied that saved money to get a 1660 super my guy
All your fans are exhausting air. You'll want to flip some to get positive air pressure and bring in cool air from outside the case. My best guess would be to flip the AIO fans. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Finally, someone with this lian li case with the correct fan configuration lol
It's a solid rig. Good job!
it is an awesome budget build :)
this is an awesome build my guy
Ho. Lee. ****.
You seem like you know what you're doing in your life lol
what in god's name are you using this for
You might want to consider flipping the fan above your CPU so it exhausts the rising hot air off your CPU. Everything else looks solid :)
If you leave the panel off, you're going to get more dust :( There should be an arrow on the fans indicating which way air flow is. Do you see in your pic how some fans have those 4 black lines that meet in the middle? That's the back of the fan, where air is being sent. Just flip the rear and rear top and you should be good.
Never seen a case with a...sideways configuration..? Interesting. Is the front of the case (where the GPU fan intakes are) mesh?
Your fan config is all kinds of whack. The rear and top rear fans should be exhausting hot air since it rises. Everything else looks great for a streaming rig :)
I like this build.
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.
why a 1000w power supply? your system won't even pull 600w...
Solid build man!
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Glad the build went off without a hitch! Although you're going to want a new graphics card as it will bottleneck that processor.
Question, why buy a motherboard that's more expensive than your CPU? I hope it's not just for the wifi lol
I'd be a little cautious using that PSU. I think those are close to 7 years old?
They are. "Max" indicates they are 3000 ready.
No RGB = -15% overall performance :(
Great job man! Looks awesome and clean.
You did a great job, man. Proud of ya!
I've never seen so much dedication to one color before
Very clean. Well done. Now take the sticker off!
Dude. You're insane. What a build.
Ha! I had the same helmet when I bought the legendary edition of Halo 3. Legendary. I am honored.
Since you don't want to, I will. Your PC is now named Chief. Solid build, man.
that is one T H I C C cooler.
oh that's awesome. thank you!
yes but how do you make sure of that? Do they advertise it? Do you need to contact them and ask for it? I've always wondered about this but never knew how to do it.
Excellent build! How did you get the mobo to come 3000 series-ready?
how is that ram so expensive? Shouldn't it be less than $100? Is it the timings?
B450 boards are also compatible if you get the "Max" version.
Go to reddit.com/r/buildapc and ask all the questions you can think of on their daily question threads. They're incredibly helpful.
People are probably going to harp on you for calling it a "budget" rig that's nearly 2000 dollars lol still a good rig tho
why in gods name do you have a 1200w psu lol your pc is barely going to draw 400w