Are those the stock cables of the SF600? Or are they from cablemod or custom made?
Hi, sorry for the late answer. Yeah the temps are amazing and are always on check, I did a bit of OC lately (3.8Ghz @1,38v and 1500Mhz @1.175v on the GPU part) and still doesn't go any higher than 48º Celsius when playing for a couple hours. The gaming experience overall is really good all things considered, of course you can't expect super performance on newer triple A games but it handles most of my favorite games at 60fps with a mix of medium/high settings pretty darn well. Eventually when I upgrade CPU and GPU I will most likely re-use the 2400G with a In Win Choppin as a media center for my TV, completely overkill for that use but hey, why not?
Recien lo veo, bastante tarde la respuesta pero bueno, el teclado es un Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS con Cherry MX Brown, iba a comprar la version con los Red switches pero como escribo bastante decidí ir por algo que tenga un poco mas de respuesta táctil y que también sirva para jugar. El escritorio lo compré por Amazon la marca es Sonmics pero no no sabría decirte el modelo.
Looking forward to see the temps in stock!
Edit: awesome build btw!
Jesus Christ, I think I've had the best nerdgasm of my life! This is absolutely amazing I can find the correct words to describe this. Incredible work, really well done!
I'm going to build something very similar, but with the black Neo Mini (though I'm in love with the silver one, everything in my desk is black hahah). Same PSU, same mother. But, I'm going to use a 2400G for the time being, until gpus come to a sweet spot (also waiting for the RTX 2060 or hoping for the 2070 to go down a bit). The only thing I hadn't picked up yet was the cooler, despite I could buy it later first I thought of the Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi, but idk, it feels it's not going to look good on the case. Then I was thinking about the Corsair H100i Pro, but what sold me to the Celsius is that you only need one cable, and that's HUGE for me, so definitely going to pick one as well. Your build inspired me to build my own one so thank you very much for sharing!
Amazing job man, I'm planing on building something with the Meshify C Mini as well, but using a 2600, same motherboard, G.Skill memory and I still have to see what GPU I'm going to throw in, it's a little bit confusing right now to make a choice and I still have to save up a little bit more money.
Hello, I'm really considering to do a very similar build myself, but I also want to overclock the apu as you did, I wan't to try a 3,9/4.0Ghz (if I can) and see where I can go with the GPU. My super main concern, that's restraining me to "pull the trigger" on this, is the PSU. Does it really hold on your configuration? I'm worried that something goes wrong and end up killing the entire PC.
PS: Is the Cryorig better than the L9? Cause I really like the Noctua :P
Yes I know, I meant how is the image quality and so on haha, thanks tho!
How about that monitor? I'm looking to buy one of them and I'm not sure yet (although I just started with my search). Nice build btw!
Awesome build, and I have a question, let's say you want to put another Noctua NF-A15 in the D15S, do you think it would fit and/or still have ram clearance? Specially with the TridentZ kit.
Awesome, but tell us which CAS Latency are you getting at 3400Mhz? Because I want to build a new pc with the 2700X as well and pair it with 2x16GB too, but I don't know if I should stick to the 3200Mhz CL14 or 3466Mhz CL16 or 3600Mhz CL17 and turn it down to see if I can get closer to 14CL.
That's not a dust filter at all! You should spend a couple of bucks getting proper magnetic dust filters.
This looks really really good, amazing build, excelente hardware choice, I'm a little bit jelous to be honest hahah.
This looks really really good, in fact when I save up the money I will copy almost everything hahah. Though I'm afraid of delliding the cpu. Question: What fans do you have for the 1080 Ti pump and the ones in the top of the case? Cause I might buy the new Noctua's NF-F12 Chromax fans, and place them in those spaces. Thinking of keep the stock fans in the X62 cause I hear they are pretty good. Any recommendations?
Jajaja me hiciste cagar de risa viejo, encima que justo andaba buscando armar algo bien low end/budget y me cruce con éste gabo y entre de onda a PCP para ver si estaba y lo último que pensaba encontrar era una build argenta-style.
Quedó muy bien balanceada, te felicito!
Hi, did you use a HUE hub for the fans? Or where did you plug them? Thanks!
Really nice setup, I was wondering how does the ViewSonic handle movies? I'm planing in buying one myself for gaming but I watch a lot of movies/series too and wanted to know if it is good enough for that. Thank you in advance!
This is really awesome! Just one question though, could you tell me the exact model of cables you bought from CableMod? I want to build my new rig with the Nano S and the SF450.
Me too! I'm about to build something very similar to this.
Nah, you're set with the included cooler. If you want to buy another one and spend a few more bucks you could buy a Cooler Master 212 Evo, the best bang for the buck .
You are from Argentina, aren't you?
Really nice setup, I was wondering if the case fans you're using are the Noctua's NF-P14 Redux 140mm, cause they look really good.