Glad I could help a little. Happy modding dude.
I'm talking about cable extensions just like these https://www.caseking.de/phanteks-verlaengerungskabel-set-500mm-schwarz-zuad-752.html for any cable in your build exept SATA (available on Amazon as well). This is what I use, just have a look at my last build, you'll see they are super clean and very affordable. My PSU is fully modular as well and comes with black sleeved cables. Could look same as in your build if I'd use them w/o extensions.
I prefer sleeved cables, that's why I got those from Phanteks for cheap. But I also believe it would look much better if you do what you mentioned and succeed compared to how it looks now.
Question is, would you rather spend around 20 bucks for sleeved extensions or cut in original Corsair cables which most likely won't look as good as sleeved cables and in worst case scenario result in warranty issues. I don't know man, maybe a little risky and not worth the time?
I just realized we used the same cables.
This is one nice build! I just imagine how this would look with custom power cables. Most likely even better. Good job!
This just looks awesome! Deserves more pictures tho. Seriously upload more pictures dude, it'll be great to see more of it.
BAAAM! Flextubes at its best! Lovely +1
cat! take my money. +1
Looking good man, lovely colors!
Nice setup here.
+1 for the fluffy cat. The way she looks into the camera says everything. You most likely took a kitchen-chair that day.
i7 7700k outperformes even the current 3600 (and "x") when it comes to gaming. People seem to forget or are simply not aware of the power of single core (boost) clock when it comes to performance in games.
Don't be disappointed of yourself, both Intel and Nvidia push it way to fast for us to keep up. Guess how I felt a few months after I bought the 2070 and Team Green launched the "Super" cards....
And +1 man.
First of all, the 1060 isn't from last year. Just pointing that out. Further you don't need a 2700x to support any "nice" GPU. An i7 7700k isn't a bottleneck to any GPU out there plus it's the way better choice for gaming than a 2700x. I haven't checked your builds yet, but for someone who has eight builds listet here, you do not know much about compatibility of parts..
Also he's not really "hurting" himself and calling him a fanboy is even a little rude.
Your comment neither does make any sense nor is it very friendly.
Dragonball whatever I don't get it, I'm more into the weird stuff such as Attack on Titan. But I totally get the vibes here. Build is clean and everything fits perfect. With such parts you're good to go. I too have this CPU in my current build, but I was stupid enough to go RTX right after launch. Wish I kept my 1080 and most likely upgrade next year. RTX so far is one hell of a rip off.
I do like the setup here. It could look absolutely great if there was a cable-management, especially under your desk.
About the CPU: I do have it in my current build too. I know it's still a killer CPU for gaming and daily tasks. I wouldn't say it will last for a couple more years tho. At least if you plan on gaming mainly. There are games coming that will take heavy advantage of multi-threading and CPUs with more cores will benefit from that. But we'll see. For know and most likely next year we're on the safe side.
Cool stuff man, I didn't know this case comes with led stripes, or is it modded? +1
Yep, I do like this a lot. This build has a special flair although I can't really describe which. It reminds of something. Maybe a late 80's or early 90's prom night movie that shows the ugliness of false friends, early love and unwanted pregnancy.
I only see Mark Hamill getting hit by a football now. Cool.
I did read the description again and got it finally. You build a loop seven years ago, it's not about the current build. My mistake.
What is under water here?
Nice build man! I don't know much about the RTX 3000 coming but it's gonna be an even more killer build with it I assume. +1
He owned it already and now waits for the new team Green next year. It's in the description.
You know he already finished building? Now he waits for the new GPU release next year. As far as I understood his description.
I learned about that a few weeks ago when I actually was close to switch to team red. But mate, if it runs properly now, just leave it like it is and enjoy the goodness. By the way, 65°C under load is anything but toasty for this CPU. It's actually pretty cool. All good.
I get some nostalgic vibes here, nice!
You're welcome, have fun modding and let me now when you upload your rig. Can't wait to see another Morpheus in action.
Damn right and the 80's theme as well, tho I don't need an excuse for RGB goodness. I change lights almost weekly to my pleasure and give a **** about how the "majority" of builders think about it. And guess what, I used an ATX case for my last build too, no mATX buid OMG, how uncool is that? Just wanted to make a statement lol. Keep it colorful man.
This is going to be featured. The presentation alone is just ace, especially the troll face.
Clean build and nice aesthetics +1
Too bad the second picture turned out so blurry.
I love this bright neon lights! +1
Yep, this one isn't so popular for no reason. It's a bit pricey but absolutely worth it. Still cheaper and safer than water too. Especially when you build a lot or change a lot like I do and the GPU needs to be easily removable.
The sag didn't change at all compared to the stock cooler. Keep in mind GPU sag depends a lot on your board and case, not so much the total weight of your GPU.
The screen here functions only as display, but there's an adjustable support for the GPU hidden behind the display. I do recommend a support for aesthetics, never heard of a board that got damaged by GPU weight.
Unfortunately not. Max is 280 mm x 45 mm front with fittings max 16 mm, otherwise you need to cut into the cable-cover.
Now this is even better ;) +1
Good job on this! Someday you might wanna add custom cables for even better looks and aesthetics. +1
This build deserves more pictures man! Also reduce brightness of the Ram LEDs for better picture quality. Great choice of parts!
Great parts here! Could you take a few pictures of the inside w/o the glass panel on tho? The reflections kill the first picture.
Great aesthetics here! I'd love to know your temps since this is the first time I see someone using this particular AIO.
Just a hint: some older boards do have switches to flash bios even without a CPU, GPU or even RAM installed. Just saying, you could've saved a great amount of money on that.
Dude, I love the screen in case, just like I did on my last build. +1
Your comment tells us some about yourself.
Thanks man! Yes, old parts included. It still rocks any game properly, that's why I didn't feel the urge to upgrade the CPU yet. Upgrade or even a switch to the Red next year most likely.
Very mature comment.... Actually this chair is ace. He most likely didn't pick it for no reason.
He could, just saying. No matter if he wants to or not. Also critic is allowed and common in this community, often welcome as well. If there wasn't critic here, or as you call it "correction", I would not have been inspired that many times already.
A 2070 is enough for 1440p gaming, trust me on that. My current build proves me right.
I saw that. I was hoping to get numbers in comparison, like w/ and w/o those fans. I was thinking of buying such a thing for my current build, that's why I asked.
How do these extra fans supporting the GPU improve temps? Got numbers for us?
I wasn't surprised at all. Good case mods deserve a feature especially when they come with such an outstanding cable management.
Congrats on the feature! I knew it's gonna happen ;)