I did have a second radiator, but it is located in the back of the case behind the fans on the side.
Sorry for the delay, I was on a cruise, but with an i5 8600k you could go with a GTX 1808, 1070ti or an RTX 2070 or 2080 if the budget allows, but the GTX series are hard to find now because it has been discontinued. You could also go AMD with a RX 580 or higher like a Vega card. But anything with 8 gigs of RAM or higher with a decent clock speed (1.5GHZ or more) would do just fine.
Wow, the wood looks so real. That is amazing, well worth the feature.
That is so clean. the cables look straight. amazing.
How did you cut the wood? was it laser cut or did you do it by hand?
It would look great in that case.
You should liquid cool it with hardline.
I replaced the first picture with one in the dark because it looks better than the picture i had earlier.
It definitely does, just finished a new build.
You should hard line it. It works look good with opaque orange coolant.
I will soon
I would still get more radiators and also more tubing, you will make mistakes bending your first tubes, I did and had to order more and it was pretty sad when I didn't have my pc for about a week. Also with that pc I would do something like a 850 psu or about that.
Also don't pull a me and have one of the o rings bent over the pipe where it doesn't make a seal, as seen in the last two pictures. But good luck man, water-cooling is worth it, both visually and tempatures.
And if you are doing hard line make sure you lay out the runs in something like Ms paint so you can visualise it, and make sure the water flows on the jetplate and not out on the waterblocks. Also I would recommend using a variable heating fan and not just a plug-in one.
I would get a larger case where it could fit 2 360 rads or more, with that rtx 2080ti and the i9, it might get a little toasty with one 360 rad. Also upgrade the psu to a 1kw, it would allow alot of room for upgrades later and more overclocking.
Congrats on the liquid cooling, i just finished my loop.
No, it took about 9 months. I am still in high school, thankfully i don't have to pay rent.
If you are up for the challenge, defiantly, besides the looks the temperatures are amazing. Before on FH4, i my gpu got about 80c, now it doesn't get above 40c, this is also in Texas heat, and the room my pc is in stays about 80-85f, so that is pretty good for this room, probably will be much cooler in winter.
It was difficult, but as you go it gets easier, just make sure you have enough to make a lot of mistakes. I had to re order a few tubes to complete mine, which took a week to arrive, and i was pretty sad without my pc.
Yeah but eventually I will upgrade and the liquid cooling will be there already.
Berry good, can't wait till I get my liquid cooling supplies for my PC.
It depends on how well you cool it and the silicone lottery, most chips I would start around 4 GHz and go up from there, I have mine running at 4.5 GHz.
Are the fans quiet and keep the system cool? I am about to go with a custom loop but I don't want to break the bank know fans, but still want to be able to change the color. I saw these and wanted to know if they are good for liquid cooling.
Are you talking about the distributor reservoir that is mounted next to the motherboard?
Did you get an adapter to get the usb C working on the front panel?
What about minesweeper?
So i bought this case, and am going to liquid cool my system. only issue is i dont know if the EK 360 SE rad will fit on the side with a 360 on the top.
I work 8$ an hour and built the PC I have right now. I am currently about to buy a Hardline loop from EK. Already bought the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic in white.
And they seem to be addressable from what i can see in the pictures, is that true?
This might be a little late, but i am determined to get the PC O11 and i was wanting to know if the fans were good because i know i would need a lot of fans, but all the good RGB ones are so expensive. I was wanting to know if they are silent and good RGB functions.
well, it got featured. Amazing cable management
Do you have the link to the water block you used for the GPU?
I am probably going to redo my build with the Lian Li PC O11 Dynamic and liquid cooling from EKWB, but i would need a lot of fans so i was looking at these.
Are the fans good? silent and are they bright?
The warm colors on the ram in the white case looks amazing.
how are the temperatures with the 2 slims? i was wanting to go with water cooling but i didn't know weather to get 2 slims or one normal and one slim.
Does the side panel fit? The air cooler looks like it would either touch the glass or be extremely close.
I want that case so bad, I am going to get it next year when I go with liquid cooling.
I got it now.
Wow, love the white contrast. White PC's always look amazing.
But it is a nice build
This might be a little late, but I noticed the ram sticks are right next to each other and they should be every other slot depending on the motherboard. It just makes the ram run a little slower if you use the improper slots.
At this point the graphics card has its own system. Literally separated from the rest of the computer... It is an absolute unit