it depends on how big the rad is. I personally think it would be better if you put it in the front of the case because that's where it has the most amount of room
It depends. Are you saying that the GPU radiator is only 120 or 140mm? If so then I think it would be best to have it as exhaust in the back. Otherwise, if it's bigger like 240 or 280mm then, putting on top isn't such a bad idea.
Haha that sounds pretty awesome. Go for it! I personally would never do that because I don't feel confident enough in my computer building skills to be doing that
To be honest, I'm not too familiar with the AMD series GPUs as I love Nvidia. The monitor does have freesync. However, you can just use the software provided by Nvidia to make sure that there's no screen tear. Also many games support v-sync and such so in my opinion, it's not worth to let the monitor dictate what GPU you get. Get which ever one fits your budget and that you like. Don't let the monitor really sway you towards one over the other because in the long run, I do not think it makes that much of a difference - at least in my experience.
You just gotta save up your money and maybe you will someday! :)
Hopefully the GPU prices will be back down to normal by the time you're willing to spend a bunch of money on a new computer like I did.
Yeah, except you're going insane with your build. Haha. Getting multiple SSDs and tons of storage in general. Man, what are you building that computer for?
A gtx 1060 would be a little too slow for an ultrawide. I mean what specifically would you use it for? Because with a 1060, you probably won't get 60 fps on AAA games, but if you were to play a few light games like Dota or LoL, then it might be do-able.
Do you face any temperature issues with either the CPU or GPU? I'm thinking of doing a similar build to this one except I'll be having a 1080 ti hybrid.
Oh one more thing that I'm wondering is how heavy the entire computer is. I know it seems like a really stupid question, but I'm curious about it because I'd probably be building a computer very similar to this and I'd be moving this computer around from place to place.
I love this build! I'm thinking of doing something very, very similar to yours. Can you control the the lighting effects in the RAM sticks? I'm curious about that. Did you sync all of the lighting effects in all of your components to be consistent?
I have another question. How'd you manage to get all 6 fans running in your case without a fan controller to help them out?
Wow, I'm amazed by the temperature results of this build!!! Not only does it look amazing, but the results are outstanding! Well done! I'm so jealous and envious. How'd you manage to keep your temperatures so low? (Probably the CPU cooler and the GPU is a blower right?)
Wow this is an amazing build. I'm practically thinking of doing something very similar in the future. You seriously have no temperature issues anywhere in the case? That was what I was worried most about if I were to build something like this. What are your temps when idle? CPU and GPU?
I hope you get this comment and are still willing to look at this website, but I have such an honest question that I bet many would have. I'm thinking of doing a VERY similar build for the same reasons and I'm just wondering how hot the overall case can get. I really don't want my parts to be in a sauna.
Hey I have a question. So, I'm in a similar situation as you. I'm a senior in high school too and I also plan on building a small, tiny computer so that I can bring it with me to college. Our builds are almost identical. I plan on getting the Corsair 250D and I'm wondering how heavy your computer is all together because I know my current computer is roughly about 40 pounds. Maybe even more.
I'm just wondering how heavy your computer is approximately so that I can prepare myself for how heavy mine might be.