that is true, would it be better if I got rid of the rear 140mm rad and but another 280 in the top and just had a rear 140mm exhaust?
Those times you have to put your monitor into portrait mode to see the picture correctly. great build!!! +1
No, they literally just don't charge sales tax..... as far to my knowledge. I mean go for it, nothings gonna happen, your just not gonna pay tax.
Judging by what can fit in your case, you can have a max of a 240mm radiator in the top, so your best bet would either be the Corsair H100i (99.99$) or the Corsair H105 (114.99$). They would both fit and they both would cool more than adequately under a heavy overclock. Both prices were taken from newegg
But you can agree the 260x is a waste of money
Ah. To my understanding it would work with any r7 gpu.
And i'd also like to note the 260x in some cases on PCPP if you look it up costs more then lets say a 750ti or a 270x.
But I think we can both agree that it is a crap card and the buyer should wait till Black Friday or Cyber Monday and get something a whole heck of a lot better.
With an APU it does. Well i guess it's more of a dual graphics mode then a crossfire but it is essentially the same idea.
It's all good man. I really appreciate what you've said and your helpfullness . My final decision is to either go with the Kraken X41 or X61. They seem t o be the most high end AIO's currently on the market. But really thanks again man.
Yea that sounds a bit better, 70C seem pretty good for 4.5 on a 120mm AIO. I was looking a round and saw that the NZXT X41 is extremely good. Any insight/opinion on it vs the H75? Granted the extra performance is might come from it being a 140mm cooler.
I thank you for the insight, but still no answer to my question is the H75 enough or do I have to go bigger.
Definitely the 280x. for 1080p the 280x will beast through games, with the 3gb of ram the card will have no problem even playing games such as Shadow of Mordor and WatchDogs. The 290 would be nice but you never know if the seller is telling the truth or even if it is currently working, and shipping wouldn't justify the cost (might as well buy a brand new one). But the 280x is more then enough especially with the Mantle API which will give you even more fps. And judging by benchmarks and my friends 280x with a AMD FX6300, in battlefeild 4 he never really dropped below 62 fps on the ultra preset, of course you may have some problems where your have to turn down the setting to high such as far cry and crysis but you will overall have good smooth gameplay and never have to turn down a games settings past high for the next couple years. Hope this helped your decision.
PowerColor as a company makes good cards. I've never personally owned one but had a friend who did with no complaints. As for the R7 260x, well its honestly a hunk of trash. Not worth a piece of Lettuce unless your build has a AMD A10 apu then the apu and gpu will run in crossfire. other then that its a waste of your time. extremely bad performance.
Their fine, I got my case there. As for sales tax "ONLY orders set to ship to the state of Nevada are subject to sales taxes under all applicable state laws. Orders set to ship to states and territories outside of the state of Nevada will not be charged any taxes by OutletPC.com. For out-of-state tax liabilities that may exist, please contact your local Governmental Tax Agency for more information.".
xD well ****. But i need a threshold between 30-40 at idle and no more then 65 at load.
If I were you id go pick myself up a h100i or an h105. They are the same price (H100i should actually be cheaper depends where you buy it from) and offer the same to better performance. If you wanted to save some money go get yourself H75 and that would as well keep that 8350 tame even with a good overclock. As for tubing, that shouldn't be a problem, pretty much everything your going to but will reach your motherboard. Also I don't recommend mounting your rad outside of the case. It would collect dust and gunk and not work to full capacity. All of the coolers listed above, even if you go with the Thermaltake water 3.0 that you were looking at, they will all fit inside your case with out a problem.
Yes, the Hyper 212 evo will fit in the source 210. it is on the PCPP compatibility list.
report for being fake, please don't put **** like this on PCPP.
more like 100$$ more
it takes alot to bottleneck something. maybe a core 2 duo or a i3 would bottleneck that card
770 are cheaper and within his budget or he built it before the nvidia 9xx series
Nice build despite the case not offering any cable management options, well ya win some and ya lose some. +1
yes sorry hsa
http://www.radeonmemory.com/amp_technology.php sorry wrong link, if you read my initial response you would have seen that i didnt agree with the 2 260x's
http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/processors/desktop/a-series-apu# and no 260-x works and r7 series
nah recommended tdp is 450w for the whole build says pcpartpicker. so he might be drawing 250-300 watts from the wall in all actuality.
not entirely, the apu thrives with a r7 card with the whole amp technology allowing the r7 gpus to add more gpu cores to the apu therefore giving more fps's. for a apu build this is ideal. i dont completely agree with 2 of them in crossfire but i see the idea he was getting at.
this is just stupid pretty. you did a superb job!! +1
burn in hell you non-fun having gremlin
nope their still not showing up. I have seriously tried 4 computer.....
Update: you were right even though i do believe it is wrong. A corsair 350d should be able to fit a full length psu ie: EVGA 1600 g2, i have done a build with a ax1500i which is the same size in a 350d, also id like to ad that the full size silverstone psu is a option for the psu.
I tried clearing google's cashe and such. case supports full size psu's.
Update: i tried using the computers that are in my college classes and it doesn't show up there either (also grayed out)
umm.... when i clicked on your link with the filter on nothing showed up and when I looked at the filter it was grayed out...
i don't know about you but i think roughly 10 frames more is pretty good destruction for 2 cards that are on the same level. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKEOhP9J0aY
uhhhh. if i can so kindly make a correction Superflower is AZZA...... just gonna through that out there
it may not be the best most extreme build, but i feel where your coming from i had to save years for my first pc to!!! this is defiantly a +1 for me. one criticism work on your cable management!!!!!!