My last build, OmegaCore, did MS Paint like a charm. But now with SpectrumCore, I can finally use Paint 3D!
I have this same case but use a Corsair H105 which is kinda thick so I have it mounted to the front which limits my GPU length. How was the difficulty of mounting your NZXT to the top?
Also what mouse pad is that, it’s cool as hell!
Top mounting wasn't hard at all. As for the mousepad, I made it myself.
Sorry stupid autocorrect, I meant to say mouse pad
gnarly build! link that siq wallpaper!
Google 'NZXT hypebeast wallpapers' you should be able to find it, maybe add csgo to those terms if you can't
Is that a cloth mousepad attached to a custom LED base?
Its super tight but very fit!
i have this case too how do you clean the front of it since its mesh
Love to see the top mounted rad in this case. Could you perhaps provide us with some thermals under high GPU & CPU load? Would like to see how hot the CPU gets pushing (or pulling can't tell) through the top there. Thanks for sharing! Awesome build +1!
Underload CPU and GPU top out at about mid-60s. The three front intakes really do an amazing job moving the hot air from the GPU and exhaust through the back and top along with the rad heat. So hot air is constantly being moved.
Awesome. Great execution on the air flow. Still trying to decide if I want to top or front mount my rad... Wondering how much the GPU temps would suffer. Thanks again for sharing.
what is that mouse pad
Were there any fitting issues with the top mounted radiator and the Trident Z RGB, I I wanted to do a similar setup but I read that the Meshify C with top mounted radiator leaves room for 40mm component height, Trident Z RGB is 44mm.
This has been on my mind also. Not only does this build NOT have that problem, it also looks like he had room to route the cables above the ram sticks and below the rad.
There's about 1.5cm gap between the fan/rad and the RAM, so no clearance issues on my part.
So your build looks fantastic, Its quite uncanny because the build I'm working on right now is strikingly similar considering I didn't see your build till after I finished putting my list together. I just have a question about your trident ram sticks, are you able to get stable 3200 with 1.35v on that strix mobo? I really want to get it but only if I can get it at that speed. Here is my build, let me know what you think? https://pcpartpicker.com/list/6HMD6X
Yeah, no problem ramping them up to 3200 from their 3000 out of the box speed.
I have this case, I'm sort of new to pc building, are there extension/splitter cables easily available for fans, or does your motherboard have 6 fan inputs already?
Setup Wars incoming?
Do Ram work at full speed 3200 mhz ?
Yeah, no hitches. I had to manually set them to 3200 however.
what is the model of this dell? nice build btw :>