Verrrrry quiet. My favorite fans!
Ahh, It is! Loved the Arc series .. I saw a black and red air cooled build in once years ago and always loved them since.
Love the Arc Midi's. Nice build.
So ready for RGB to fade out.. Well done..
its an Ergotech Freedom arm :)
Good looking build!
Lanwar.com - They are revamping the website but its a great party. People from around the world have been to it. It used to be bigger in the early 2000's (go figure) but they still pack the house.
I'm right there with you. I went to my first LAN Party in 1999. Very grateful that my hometown still hosts them Bi-annually and still got the same group of guys that goes to them almost 20 year later. Come to Lanwar in Louisville KY if you around the midwest. Its normally a 300+ turn out for a weekend.
I don't have that information anymore about the width. This build has been torn down for over a year. I'm sorry :(
I can tell you the Raijentek would run around 60-65c in game. The FE cooler would run 80++.
GPU ran fine with a fan feeding the chip. CPU was overclocked to 4.5. GPU and CPU both ran at good temps - sub 70c on both in game.
I don't have the build anymore but the GPU ran great under load. Same sound as it had at idle. I kept my fans at a static 75% all the time. Noiseblockers are notoriously quite fans. Silent 24/7.
I opted out of the FE cooler because I was looking for better thermals and silence. I achieved all of these things with the Morpheus II.
Would love to buy this case if you are willing to sell it.
Would love to buy this case if you want to sell it.
Great design aspects. Love the colored velvet couch.
Never heard anyone say they want to leave the M1 to go to a Define :X
I got it from tap plastics. The tinting is the color of the acrylic. Dont think it was more than $20 shipped.
This chair is the iO Eurotech!
Mounted just fine on my 1080. Not sure about the TI;s though. Please let me know if it fits a 1080TI! GL!
The Corsair AIO Fans are horrible. Get a Noiseblocker or Noctua fan and then your rig will run so much quieter on full load.
Its what I do all my work on and I also play games on it.
Yea man. Suites my needs just fine. Wish I went with the other one that had the filing system in the bottom but its all good.
Karbly from Ikea.
Its the Ergotech Freedom Arm HD for my Ultrawide. The other is the Asus PG247QE which is on it proprietary stand.
Both companies make really quality items. I think that Caselabs is the best manufacture for cases because of their thickness of aluminum, its family owned, and its based in the US.
Just uploading older builds to the site to add to my profile :)
Always liked these cases.
Its an iOO Eurotech.
Here is a link https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4NM56S9153
I love to game and what not but I build for the build.. I typically build into a case and then get the itch a few months later to do another build and transfer my main components into something new.
Fittings are Barrow. Which are pretty cheap. I think I did all the fittings for around $150.
As long as you have around 4 pcie slots of space it will fit!
I'm a big fan of this :)
Patches that have been replaced by other patches and now they sit on my cork board! Trumpeting Ecstasy was a big let down for me :(
Its a Raijentek Morpheus II. It comes with clips for any 120 fan that you choose.
Thanks. Custom cable lengths really do wonders :)
A friend of mine did :)
There is a 240 vent on the top and 120 on the bottom of the styx. Temps are great. CPU doesnt exceed 70 on Intel Burn test and is around the low 60s in game. GPU stays around 50-55.