I'm really confused by your loop coming from your gpu to the right, why does it look like a 16mm tube going into a 14mm tube?
Wait... There's no way you can hit 5.1 with that tiny cooler...
There's no reason to upgrade unless it's to an i7 or you need multicore processing. How the hell did you not 5.1 with that? Haha
Oh thank God haha. Really digging this build, I love this case I just wish someone else made it, I always am disappointed in TTs build quality that I've sworn them off.
You didn't really spend $1200 on that motherboard did you?
Nice, putting together a 2x360 GTS build right now :)
Well I mean with no "favorites" I'm still being fair ;) ryzen crushes fx pretty hard
To be fair Ryzen is miles above fx series, in fact fx series is pretty poop.
This is... Weird...
Two words, noctua chromax. Oh ya, nice build haha
Thermalfake rip :( nice work though!
Can I get a closer picture of your cables right next to the motherboard?
I recently purchased cables from cablemod and my atx cable is really messy and inconsistent by the motherboard, and I have 3 extra cables that won't fit in my cable combs. Are you having that problem?
Hey! You may not see this but I was just curious, I just got my cablemod cables for this PSU and was wondering how you god your cables next to you motherboard to be so straight and with combs. Sitting here with 3 extra cables and some parts with cables coming out of the same hole and am having a hard time making it look good. Thanks for your help!
Where did you get your cables?
Hahaha no! I can tell you gave it a lot of love don't worry!
I can't really tell there is a before and after, so both
Edit: turns out I just didn't get far enough into the pictures, the after looks much better
Mmmm caselabs... Those are some beautiful reservoirs, like damn. Great work on the back too man
I see, that might be it
I mean this should have more upvotes and comments
This deserves more love.
Interesting, seems pretty warm for 2x360 rads
Oh my God... That clearance, that's like stuff from my dreams. +100
Damn! Very nice!
Just to clarify: you're hitting 58c on stock clocks?
Honestly you should only upgrade if you even see the CPU hit 100% load while gaming. And I doubt you'll see that with an 8400
I think the 8400 and x62 was a fine choice. Nice build man
That is sufficient airflow for both rads which is good, as long as you have a dust filter on all of your intake fans it will work perfectly. If it were me I would personally have 2 intake in the front and CPU rad on top and gpu rad on back both as exhaust. Just because it's easier to have dust fill the filter on the top. Hope this helps.
Amd has quite a long way until they are actually competing with Intel in my opinion.
He's not the submitter
More pictures of the view please!!!
I've actually had both and I personally like the EVGA one better, in looks and it performs significantly better. Hope this helps.
Use Celsius like a normal person :p
Unfortunately it won't happen. The reason why nobody can reach that is because there aren't enough users anymore.
You've got balls posting that here, luckily you're just using amd cards, or I would be upset.
Wow. Nice build man! How do you like those fans? Compared to other fans?
This should be featured just for the headset stand. Not kidding. I'm so jealous
If you're getting those temps with the r1 you're doing something wrong. Just saying
You should flip your top fans so you have your airflow going in one direction so they're not fighting for air. Other than that, nice build!
Holy balls. Is this real life?
Hahaha it's actually on my deck at my house.
Hahahahaha I was like "who the hell is this?" Thanks Dad.
But on a side note, no, the laptop will probably beat out my PC unfortunately...
Not gonna lie, I lost it when I saw
Starting budget $3000
Starting budget $3000
Nice build man
Hey thanks man! I'm in love with the case too. The case has a major flaw in my opinion (airflow up top) but it's not a huge deal. Great case to work in though.
Actually it's being controlled from the cases fan controller so I can turn it up and down with the switch on the front. And yes I tucked the gpu fan cable into the shroud. Thanks!