maybe his concern is that warm air from gpu rad will make cpu running hotter.
he has already have 360 rad for the cpu on the top... so the blows fresh air to both cpu and gpu rad
have you tried tridentz ? its height is lower than vengeance
What a majestic feeling on the first picture. You are a good photographer.
is this even considered as a build ? i mean.. you put all the hardwares on the table... And.. That tube is not a mini size...
i think it won't be good. My friend had dark rock Tf with this case. As the hot air rises from the gpu, the cpu cooler will get the hot air directly.
Is it better if you position the aio on the side ?
wolud it better if you reversed rear fan as intake and cpu fan as pull ? Since in present condition, hot air from gpu will raise and your side fan work as exhaust (no intake for cpu cooler)
i think h100i platinum SE is being recalled worldwide.
how about using xfr2 ? Can it auto oc into 3.8 ?
You need front fans actually. It would be a big upgrade
Your motherboard support ram speed max 2133 mhz. Maybe you need to change it when you want to maximize fps in gaming.
oc to 3.6 ghz ? i hope that's a typo... i mean you have x62. why not push it above 4.1 ghz ?
Is the Optical drive bracket can be removed to fit 3.5" hdd ?
well well, you should learn more about pc things man.
I think, it's better to put the aio in the front top. Because it will provide mpre of cool air to your gpu.
I know right. Because aesthetic is more important
the alternatives you can use are ml120 / silent wings 3 or nf f12 2000rpm
Bottom front fan will supply cool air for gpu just fine, but the hot air is coming out from the side of the gpu, it will rise and would sucked down by cpu cooler.
But it won't hurt just to flip 1 fan to see if there's better temp result.
Sorry. I meant top front. The rest is fine. The condition right now. You're cpu is getting hot air from the gpu.
shouldn't be the radiator fans blowing inside... ? your fan is pushing hot air from inside the case into the radiator.
the top fan is facing the wrong way
... there are lots of unnecessary fans...
it's hard to fit any of msi card (pascal). But i think 2060 ventus XS will fit easily because it's smaller in size.
My motherboard have scratches at the edges and i can see the copper lines exposed.
Sure you can close the glass, but it you have to push a little bit of your power cables and the glass is thick enough to hold the pressure. I use standard non modular cables.
2080 ti is not overkill because he's using 55" 4k tv
that dominator sure is something
When your case is the most expensive part of your rig....
and he's kinda narcissistic
I started building mine for destiny 2. The irony is, i didn't even buy the game when it launched.
i didn't know that 120mm fan can fit in the back
That Speaker is bigger than your rig....
I wonder about airflow, since it's only 1 80mm fan in the side. I think you can do better with 3 more 80mm and close the top of the drawer with acrylic so it can get more pressure ?
or he can buy slim book shelf and put the rig on the top of it
ahaha, he was having an imac. so it was natural for him to take picture with only the monitor.
Maybe. In this setup. Your gpu doesnt get cool air from the fan. Because air tends to move upward.
Em ?? Invisible parts ? Where's the finished build photo ?
Why only 1 fan in the front ?
Maybe it's his parent's money. And maybe he asked someone to help him build it.
We can't really know. Since couple of days ago. Someone claim bitwit's build into his own.
prime95 with smallftt or blend ?
Plot twist : it's the grandfather build for his grandson
Haha.. Yeah man, entry... For 90% of this community, this setup is considered high end.
Ahaha, man. He has no shame. But, he didn't mention that he was built it also.
Haha, you never know, there was a build i think couple of weeks ago where he spends 1100$ just for the fans.
Hahaha, i am not sure if it's a compliment or not.
or he could buy another case with seperate psu compartment.
I was bout to say nice color of the sleeving cable. But when i click next picture, my reaction was "ah....."
It's not financial mistake if you can't get 60 fps 4k with RT ultra on Minesweeper.
You can use 20 pin extension or get 20 pin male to 9 pin female usb adapter. I use the second one since no one in my local market sell 20 to 20 pin. But i believe you can get 1 by ebay.
GPU temp when playing around 75-78 full load. But that's msi armor. 2080ti can do better since it has bigger heatsink.
CPU temp with stock wraith is very good. Playing games around 60. Since ryzen idle's temp is quite high enough around 40 to 50. Rendering gets 80c. Prime95 around 87-90c.
Yeah, you will be fine with that fan configuration. But if you use open card, i think you better put aio in the front and the front panel can only support 240 aio.
i think you could use better cpu cooler since you have big case
nice monitor stand