very nice. i'll be changing up my desktop this evening. thank for the sources :)
what's your desktop background setup?
meh. just because. I'll get that pic this evening.
Fan speed is as follows: Rear Exhaust = Top Exhaust < Front Intake (top) = Front Intake (bottom) < CPU. The GPU is a dual fan card. My goal of the two intake and two exhaust was to push air through the case at an upward-diagonal, taking the heated GPU air with it. The CPU fan is larger than the exhaust and expelling more hot air than a single 120x25mm fan could keep up with. The slim dual exhaust allows for less restricted airflow while maintaining positive pressure.
I know using a 25mm Flow fan style would greatly increase CFM, and I would plan to do just that in a future build, but the current CPU cooler and case doesn't allow space for ideal air flow.
updated 3 more relevant photos ^^
15mm fan because of the extremely tight fit between the top of the case and edge of the U14S. The 140mm CPU fan is nearly touching the glass. I sanded about 10mm off the bottom of the fan. This was due to my mistake of getting RAM with high heatsinks. I'll get some more pictures without a smudgy side panel soon (~11p EST).
Thanks. Waited a long time and sifted through a lot of price drop emails before I commited. The video card and monitor are used as well (worth the condition during the video card famine). Planning on custom cables for the next upgrade to improve GPU ventilation.
i'm located in the US. where did do buy your case? the only site i've seen stock it is overclockers.co.uk and they don't ship to the US. (the only thing stopping from getting the Lazer3D during my build was the shipping)
f***ing beautiful. great color scheme. soft tubing seems like the best way to go with this one. fantastic. interesting power button placement.
You never know until you get all the products
BTW! what is that blue rectangular box in the back of your case? a fan controller?
So much lighting in your pictures. You've inspired me to take photos is good lighting for my build on Thursday :) Thanks for the idea and great addition to the completed builds!
Pardon me for not specifying. Yes. I'm curious about what the load cpu temp would be.
Definitely a professional boob. Needs more cooling and a fixed I/O shield. Coulda saved $120 by going with an AOC 2560x1440 144Hz monitor. (but that's just me)