Looks awesome. What fans do you use?
Let me open up the PC tonight and see. Can't quite remember running any problem when building this last time.
Wow, what a build
Gotta respect watercooled loop inside these tiny cases. Amazing build.
Works so smooth and it was easy to overclock the ram to its rated 3200Mhz speed. I highly recommend them
Hope it helps with your next build. Look forward to seeing it.
Indeed it's clean AF! Thumbs up
When the first pic was how tidy the rear part cables were you got my attention. Awesome job there.
Love the build. +1
First is still the best in my opinion with the third coming next
First build and you just had to go for a hardline custom loop. Making the rest of us look lazy. Beautiful beast. +1
Super clean build. Hard to believe it’s your first. Congrats and enjoy!
It’s a good budget drive. I know its performance will drop somewhat as it nears full capacity but it should suffice for a year or two if the users don’t store finished videos on that drive.
Love your sleeper build. Hopefully one day I'll get a chance to do one of my own. +1
Looove the build and pics. Kudos
Wow that's awesome. Good to know
So the top of the case is the intake and the front is the exhaust?
Yes I saw Steve's video as well but I didn't have any problem with CPU thermals thus far on my build. I think having an AIO in this case helped as compared to using an air cooler. However if I recall I think GamersNexus also pointed out that the GPUs in general were most likely to throttle first before CPUs anyway so I think you shouldn't worry even if you're using an air cooler.
I went with the Coolermaster bracket. The GPU has no sag or move at all. Though I'm not sure whether that would still be the case if you're planning to mount beefier GPUs.
Well I guess it depends on what you're after or comparing it against? I just felt that overall the case was good but some of the little details just peeved me given how this was supposed to be one of Cooler Master's flagship case.
Thanks mate. Yes the case isn't that widely used that's why I thought of giving it a try.
Congrats on the well deserved feature. This is a rad build
Amazing build! Am curious how you mount your reservoir to the side fans? Also what thickness radiators you use? Congrats again on the feature! Truly well deserved.
Curious - why didn't you go for the EVGA hydro copper instead of buying the card and the EVGA waterblock separately? Awesome build btw. Kudos
Super nice build. Bonus points for Groot :)
What's that keyboard you're using? Seems like Corsair but can't really tell from the pic.
If you're referring to what I think it was I'm more worried about my age since it's my daughter who reads that series :P
Best excuse to the mrs for a system build that I've ever heard hahaha
Unbelievable for a first build. Love those custom cables. Which one did you use?
Really wanted to see the complete build/case picture as well. I bet it looks wicked. Always love EVGA murderous dark look
Yeah it was an interesting experience with the case. Not bad but definitely not top notch either for the price. Thanks for the comment/feedback :)
Sorry I meant what's the mounting arm you used for those monitors? Looks sexy AF.
Sure you don't need to put on racing harness on your gaming chair for this vette? :)
What monitor mount are you using? It looks dope.
Nailed it haha. It's surprising how a little bit of fake greenery make the setup looks better. Thanks
Cable management the least favorite part? Why? Looks immaculate
Gotta love sleeper PCs. Though I constantly worry about airflow
This chip and mobo have been used together for almost three years now so fingers crossed. Plus I never went for too crazy an OC. Thanks for the tidbit though. Sorry about your CPU. Hope you got a nice replacement out of the incident
Always admire ones who can cram watercooling into itx build. +1
Thanks! Still got some way to go especially at the rear.
Wow. That's a steal for your 1080ti. Wish I could've gotten mine for that low. Checked ebay and Amazon market and most of the used ones were still listed for 700-800 bucks. Crazy.
Clean build and great looking setup! Love the pics. Did you take those with long exposure setting? What lens did you use?
Trying to figure out which one is the true overkill - the main TR4 build or the 8086K for FreeNAS :)
I was somehow expecting lower temp for your GPU given the dual loop build and massive radiators + fans. Perhaps ambient temp was slightly high as well?
Yep however my main problem with this build was the lack of basement as I had to accommodate the HDD and the third 120mm fan down there. So I had to either learn to cut the excess cables and re-sleeve or just somehow squeeze everything there. Think it's obvious I went with the (lazy) latter route.