+1 at first sight
Great build in the Define C
I went and bought a really cheap riser extension just to test. On synthetic benchmarks I lost about 10 frames, while on some games I actually gained about 5fps. Possibly just inconsistency and more tests would show a better average.
Looks really good i heard issues about the riser cables from thermaltake dying quickly. Also do you notice any preformance loss from having the gpu go through a riser
Currently the ram I have is Trident Z rgb 3200 mhz 16-18-18-38 hoping it will be able to either stabilize or overclock to its correct speed. I have heard that it is partly related to the Samsung's b-die, which is good to hear.
Darn, not exactly what I want to hear but I'm will to make due. What riser cable do you have or recommend?
That looks perfect, I've been trying to find a solution without cutting to much unreversable damage to my case to mount my gpu vertically. I only found a dual slot from mountianmod but CM came to the rescue with 4 slots. Thank you
I was just wondering as I was going to make the switch to team red and wondered how the stability may have been with ram frequencies and overclocking potential per motherboard as I've heard some boards are able to preform better than others.
The build looks great! What modification(s) did you make to instal the gpu vertically?
The build looks gorgeous, what speed were you able to get the ram running at aswell as the cpu if you did indeed overclock it?
Lovely setup, its so perfect that you were able to keep with your theme throughout the entire setup. Definitely up voting.
Love that you kept with the theme the entire build, other than a small bit more cable management required, great build!
Looks mental, if you added some white sleeved psu cabling extensions for the 8pin gpu and 24pin power connector would finish up the builds appearance, other than that great stuff!
I love the case so much, I want to do my next build in it and switch my second computer to mATX how has the compact cube experience been so far?
What speed were you able to get the ram running at?
What speed were you able to get your ram running at?
I completely agree, I forgot to mention the 1200 watt was a hand me down from a bitcoin mining rig which powered by a few Radeon 290x's. Also I had pre bought one 60hz monitor before this computer was built and the other was apart of my secondary setup. I eventually moved and just added them together I plan on moving towards 2k or even 4k one day. I only just started this year but I caught the bug my next upgrade will be to an enthusiast platform or ryzen.