Thx for your advice, I managed to get al the cables in place without removing it.
It took me some time after all.
I like the design of the case but when I see all those Nzxt builds passing by I am a bit dissapointed ...
Very beautiful build !! Where did you buy the cable combs ?
Good choice of components. I think the white version of the 400c will also be nice together with the white ram and motherboard . Let me know something when it's finished
Glad you liked it. How's it going with your build ?
Impressed by your cable management . Well done !!
Hi, everything seems good to go but I would prefer running 2 sp fans together with the radiator . The af fans are good case fans but they aren't designed to work with radiators.
Damn you did a great job with your build! You should be proud of it :-)
I own the same case as yours. Did you see any benefit of mounting a 3rd front fan beneath the liquid cooler?
My case is a little bit too dark at night and I would like like to purchase one of Corsairs new ML120 fans to add some extra light .
It can be done if you mount the radiator in font of the case. It all depends how long your gpu is and how thick the radiator is .
This build uses an corsair h110 cooler with an Asus ROG 980 GTX Matrix. The card is 29.72cm long and as you can see it fits but there's no more space left.
So yes it's possible . Question is why would you spend your money on 2 more fans just to get that little difference in temperature ?
It are 2 very well designed cases and both good looking with their clean minimalistic design . I think it comes up to personnal preference. The 760 T is really easy to build things in , you get tons of space. I also like the very large side window , those of the evolve is not the same size. The evolve has a very inventive design, you can very easy hide cables, the fans included are good quality and there's space for two radiators.
It's hard to say which one is the best, they're both very good case and as you can expect from cases in this price range, the build quality is overall good . Look up some reviews , maybe that will make the choice a bit easier.
Many thank ! Most of the time I use it as a gaming rig. Other things I use it for :
Watching movies, browsing the net , video editing , enjoying music , office ...
Sounds great, at the moment I'm very pleased with my components.
Which parts did you choose?
Easy on the eyes ! Really beautifull build !
Good job on cable management !
Thx Geekazoid for the positive comment , I really appreciate it !
Hi, I really like the design and aesthetics . Installing the components didn't go flawless(managing sata cable and 24pin), there's not much space behind the motherboard tray. They also should have added more cutouts.
I wouldn't recommend it for a first build , there are better options for beginners.
You should look for a bigger case like for example the 760T. The more space you have, the easier to build. Good luck
Asus ROG PG278Q. I'm very happy with the g-sync feature
Thx a lot ! At the moment I'm busy tweaking/installing all of the drivers and programs I need.
I will add some results later this week ;-)
That's a really good looking build you have there ! Considering to have my next build black and white
Thx man :-) At the moment I'm satisfied with the components I have chosen. I really like the case,
it's build to have a good airflow.
I've set the fan profile in Asus AL Suite to silent and the psu runs in hybrid mode. So when running Idle noise ain't a problem.
The only downside is that it was really a ***** to do proper cable management due to the ssd tray at the back. It was really a challenge to make al the cables as flat as possible.
In the future I would like to light up the system a lil bit more, at the moment I only have lighting from the gpu , the mb and the liquid cooler, it's really dark at night ....