Could I bother you to aske what lengths you used for your cables
i think you have a bad cpu you shouldn't be close to 80* with the custom IHS, LM DELID and water cooling unless user error but everything else look great +1
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I like it.
true, alright well thanks for the link bud!
Dope little build. Love the custom IHS, i actually just purchase one for an upcoming build. Are these cable mod cables or custom? and did you try fitting a 15mm fan between the dominator ram and the cooler?
damn dude that crazy i realized that. i guess i have to rethink this itx battle station im planning
That’s still overkill though you only pulling like 500w absolute max atm? You could have gone 850 or 1000 w still been good
why a 1500w PSU
i get this build but why two 8k monitors? there is literally no need in manufacturing.
no problem, makes sense! just curious :)
Nice little built, but why did you buy the 2t? $1250? Your Asus motherboard has a double decker m.2 and two 1T m.2's are $450 Cheaper and i believe it can run them in raid. You could have gone for a 1080ti for the price of the GTX1070+4450. no?
I love the external internal HD's, that being said i have some questions regarding the delidding. I too will be going through this as just backed the Louqe Ghost S1 which is more or the same Form Factor, ive been contemplating this back and forth and just curious what tool did you use? On a scale of 1-10, what would you say the difficulty is? Did you use conductonaut? Are there any adjustment to the mount brackets?
oh thats true didnt connect the 4k tv in my though but i suppose that is pretty good then!
why would you buy a 1080ti and use HDMI limiting your self to 60FPS? Seems like a waste of money, you could have gotten the same performance from a 1070ti, no?
+1 either way
but do your self a favor and buy a good monitor so you dont waste that power!
nice build :) im currently working on a build and this was the same i was planning on using i guess ill think of a new one :P
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nice build :)
g.skill ram and non corsair HD's and SSD's
Oh yeah definitely dude not even a question the Titan is a terrible price to performance ratio if you talking msrp
It depends on who you are, I dont overclock and a new GTX 1080 ti ftw3 atm near me is
$1300-$1800, and if i was running SLI franky its complete over kill either way for most systems and resolutions, currently the Titan Xp star wars editions are 1150 and with the extra 300-700 you could use to upgrade to a better cpu or m.2 drive etc. you price to performance ratio just isnt there
I know that’s awesome! I just can’t believe I never thought to do that myself
damn, diggin the push/pull near the GPU for the extra air flow never thought about that
nice build btw lol
nah id consider sub-1200 would be budget, 1201-2200 mid tier and 2201-5000 high end, Above that is just overkill and unnecessary.
why are you mixing ram manufacturers?
yeah pretty mid tier
oh thank god lmao, again though sweet build
Nice touch with the panels it totally makes this case go from elegant to aggressive.
But REGARDLESS, very nice build :)
i hate to be this guy, but you could have bought 2 Titan Xp's for the price of your FTW3's and saved $500, i would return them if you still have a chance.
curious... why a 16gb m.2?
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but unless you bought low profile ram in this case you have to put one in the front
Its close but no I'd say its about a quarter or half inch away i supposed it could change if you placed the AIO in the front
I still get about 35 to 50 FPS more across most titles. works for my needs and still outperforms a titan and keeps me well above the 100 FPS on my Ultra Wide at 1440.
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The new I7's are also in like the $900 range versus like $320 not to mention I believe you need the new x299 motherboard which are running $300-$600