You should position the CPU cooler so it is consistent with the rest of the airflow in the case. The way it is mounted right now is not nearly as efficient, if at all
Nice and tidy, well done
Glad I can help! I appreciate the feedback
Look sweet! This front panel mod has become quite popular. I remember seeing the birth of it when I had my Shift
Something specific to the corsair PSU or any extensions kit will typically work. Depends what you want.
Looks like a great build! Very nice choices
My fans are white leds only, not RGB. If they were however, Corsair iCUE is best
Sick build. Love that Asus board
Wow beautiful build and even nicer photos! I love seeing quality builds with a proper showcasing
So many different fans
This is sick. Looks like a mad science experiment lol
Uhh where are the radiator fans?
Wow nice! Those are good looking stock cables
Looks sweet! What cables did you go with? Mind sharing the lengths?
Very clean budget-ish build! Nicely done
It's been great so far. Can't go wrong with either honestly
Yes they are VESA mountable. I have the lower one using the provided stand that comes with the monitor, just sitting on the desk and then I used the arm below to line up the top one.
I applaud your patience and persistence. Awesome build
Looks sick man! The entire set up ties together so nicely. Glad I could help, you nailed it
The lighting isn't so much for me but that's a great looking case!
This model didn't come with front fans actually. I used the corsair fans that came with the AIO cooler
Wow this is beautiful. I love the attention to detail. Even shortened the USB cable for the AIO pump.
Ahh very nice! Had a feeling some of those were macro
Beautiful photos! What lens did you use?
Respect for a very clean build. All black is often underrated
14TB of storage... that's like 14,000,000 MB...
Badass build! What's the length on the case? I would get a thin pelican case and make this bad boy a travel PC lol! Love what you did
What's up with the opposing force fans at the bottom of the case? Those should both be intakes assuming there is a filter down there. Having one of each isn't doing anything.
This is fantastic. Love the runs and cabling on pointtt
Nice but the mixed matched tubing just doesn't do it for me personally
I think it's safe to saw you spared no expenses lol. Badass rig
Jeez, you probably spent more on the Nano Leafs than the PC
Thank you very much! He uses a Corsair K55. I do believe he set up a couple hotkeys, not entirely sure what for though.
Now that's some serious homework computing power! Lol sick build!
I would rather **** in my hand and clap than have cable management looking like that. No excuses
Beautiful build! I'm glad someone else appreciates quality photos
Didn't even notice the gpu in there lol. Badass little build
No second 1080 ti?? Psh I'm out
Temps of the 3900x under load?
Haha ahh fair enough. Thought they may have been from a previous
Ahh I love me a clean Phanteks build. Nicely done
You beat me to the cat joke... I stand defeated.
Interesting choice of hardware. Why not go with a 9600k and not only save money but be on the current gen platform? The X99 platform seems odd since you aren't utilizing all of the memory channels.
The monitors on the left are 27" Dell 4k ultra sharp. They are not curved. The ultrawides are 49" Samsung curved 144hz. https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-49-Inch-Curved-Monitor-LC49HG90DMNXZA/dp/B072C7TNC5/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=49%22+monitor&qid=1567022352&s=gateway&sr=8-3
Clean build. All black is so slept on
So the Meshify C only allows for fans to be mounted on the inside of the front mounting bracket. You can run three 120mm case fans with no modifications. But I wanted to run a 360mm rad. If i went this route, the only way to run a 360 rad would be in a pull configuration. I would only be able to run two 120mm fans, on top and bottom of the radiator due to the length of the GPU. This looks kinda goofy to me so instead I cut the bracketing on the front panel so I can mount the fans in pull configuration. Without the cutting, the plastic mesh will not allow fans to be mounted on the outside of the front bracket.
I wanted to mount all three behind the front panel mesh but the Fractal Design logo is formed with the metal so it would have been a headache to try to remove it. I would have had to cut the metal with a dremmal and remount the emblem with glue.
(Hope this all makes sense lol)
It has been awesome! Everything runs much smoother than the previous 8600k, not that it wasn't capable but this is more "polished"