Brilliant job! I really like the color choice.
Top work! Turned out great.
Your paint job looks top quality. Great job.
The Phanteks Enthoo Evolv case you used is quickly becoming one of my favorite cases that I see here on PCPartPicker. Your whole build looks great in it. Nice work.
Really nice work. I love how you pulled all of it together. Your custom loop also looks very efficient courtesy of its size.
Looks fantastic. Love the clean look that you achieved with the all white theme.
Not really, I don't really benchmark my stuff. My parts just kind of work at an acceptable speed or quality. Lol.
That looks great! Well done!
I am not a big plasti-dip fan. But like you said, it works better on smooth surfaces. Good decision painting the PSU with real paint. That will last the life of the power supply which will hopefully be the life of your machine. Nice build!
That's awesome! Excellent build. Thanks for sharing. Definitely worthy of the feature.
Great job pulling those old parts out of the rubbish heap! I for one really enjoy projects like that and it sure beats throwing them away.
OK cool. I was figuring that was a possibility when I saw you had that much room still in the front of the case. Sounds like a good plan.
Red and black always look cool but I really love that case, great choice!
Great job on the custom loop. I for one love Red and Black so don't let the negative comments on your color scheme get you down. You should design a system that meets your desired specifications, not those of someone else.
Nice custom loop! The purple looks great with the white LED fans. Am I blind or did you use just one radiator?
Post more pictures and write out more information in the description. I like what I see from what you have and you should definitely show it off a little more.
I think the exact same thing every time I get on here to look at what people are up too. There is always something new and exciting to try!
I really like the way your brought everything together.
This should definitely be a featured build.
The green and white is a good look. What's going on with those SATA cables? They look like they are translucent?
Nice job on your first ever custom PC build!
Your cable management needs some improving but good choice in components. Going off of what RhettRO55 said, you can route the cables behind the motherboard mounting plate. I would know, as I have the Corsair Carbide SPEC-03 case as my current rig. Do that and your computer will look even better.
Congratulations on your first build!
Nice job coordinating your colors. Red and black is really one of my favorite color combos for gaming rigs. The end result looks brilliant.
I also am a huge fan of that light strip going down the front of the case. Nice touch!
The purple lights really complement the look and the appearance of the case. It looks great!
A real bargain buying all of those core components for such little money. Good job and congratulations on your first build!
Seriously though, most people when they post their first build photos here they are all pretty generic. They don't manage their cables properly and they don't try to make it look aesthetically pleasing. You really did an excellent job and looking at your build makes me want to try making my own custom loop system on my build.
It sounds interesting but I'd like to see more pictures of it. Good choice in hardware.
Really impressive specs. I also really like the blue and white. Very sharp.
Absolutely! With the great cable management and the layout of the case being as good as it is, you can definitely reuse it when your next upgrade comes along.
The carbon fiber vinyl is my favorite part of the exterior. I can tell you spent a lot of time on this and it all looks just brilliant! Top work!
Nice hackintosh! Did Sierra get mad at your Nvidia graphics card configuration? I am working on one now and I am trying to keep it simple with an AMD Radeon which are mostly natively supported in OS X.
I am biased but I am glad to see people still using the i7-4790K. That's what I have in my current build and I love it.
Really clean look to this. I didn't believe it at first when I saw that your case was a mini-ITX.
Water cooling rigs look the part and yours is very clean. I also like the black and white theme. I am starting to see this more and more with the water-cooled builds.
Overall, Great job! Great component choices and well done with the cooling configuration.
I love Corsair cases and that is one of my favorite cases that they make. It looks great, is small, yet still allows you to get a lot of stuff inside of it. I wouldn't worry too much about that extra fan but its entirely up to you. It won't hurt anything to have a little more airflow.
I'm not as familiar with Be Quiet cases but this one looks sharp. The orange and black is really cool.
You shouldn't run out of storage space anytime soon. ;)
Here's a quick suggestion.
Your cable management could be a lot better. Any Corsair case is going to offer really good cable management solutions. Look up some tips from other builders here n how to move some of those out of the way. Over time, they will attract dust. Your setup in general shouldn't generate a lot of heat but still something to consider if you ever start upgrading on future builds.
Overall, great choice in components. That 950 is a great budget card and people don't give it enough credit. Have fun! :)
The H80 is a little tricky to get into this case but not impossible. I have the two CoolerMaster JetFlo 120 mm fans mounted to the radiator and they are configured as intake.
Really good job on this. Very clean aesthetics and it looks like the hardware is top tier. Are you sure this is your first ever build?
For everybody saying that I spent too much on this build, I didn't come close to spending as much as the final amount came up to from PCPartPicker's database. Also, I don't care about gaming enough to need a Nvidia Geforce GTX 980. All the games I play look great with the "little and under-powered" GTX 960.