Is any part of the front Sandisk ssd visible with the side panel on? What about its cables? I'm thinking of building my next system in the Enthoo Evolv ITX and it would be cool to put like an NZXT Hue+ right there for case lighting.
Awesome build man. I'm thinking of building a custom loop in an Enthoo Evolv ITX as well, so I'm wondering if you have any tips? Right now I'm thinking I'll want a 240m rad on the top with a couple of fans exhausting up, and at least one other 120/140m rad on the exhaust or another 240m rad on the intake which I think is what you have here?
With a 240m rad on the front were you still able to mount your reservoir somehow? And my follow-up question is how many mounting spaces would be left for drives? I would like to be able to mount one 2.5"'and one 3.5" drive, but only one 2.5" ssd might be ok with an m.2 I guess. Ideally I would be able to also add an NZXT Hue+ too. Is there enough room?
Wow nice rig! I particularly like the pic of the underside of your 1080 lit through the back brackets. :)
You should look up ppl's overclock results on overclockers.uk or the Linus Tech Tips forum for more results. I think in general they can often go higher than mine I believe.
OH SNAP. Either you're right or this is a super weird synchronicity.
Yup I totally get it. You almost owe it to your machine tho; it's all baller parts and I want to see the inside! lol
Cool build man! I'd love to see a pic of the inside of your case with lighting so I can see the components and cable management ;)
Awesome. Thanks for the update! Sounds good - can't wait to see what you settle on voltage-wise!
Thanks just added the backlighting last week. The caps are Max Keyboards Black Translucent Keycaps. You can get them from their online store but I just got them on Amazon
Awesome build dude! Love the color scheme. You could even add a white/black corsair fan on the rad for your hybrid 980ti like I did in my build and that would take it to another level.
Good selection of parts, cool case! Cable management and this will be truly sweet.
Cool build man! Can't wait to see what you add to it!
Awesome build man! Looks menacing. Let me know how the H110i GTX handles your overclock!
The tight fit in picture #88 made my jaw drop. You sure did manage to fit a lot of goodies in that tiny case! Amazing job.
Sensible parts list. Great job!
Lighting is just perfect.
Perfect color scheme. So jealous!
DAMN.That is all.
Cool build man! What did you use for the LED lighting behind your battlestation?
Yup. I really want to see this build complete with excellent cable-management. You owe it to your new machine.
Yeah that last picture looks sexy af
Seriously looks amazing - I can't believe I don't see more builds with it!
Thanks! I want to - but I have to wait. New pics soon with a nice camera after I add the 950 Pro
I love your build - we have a similar layout/components/color scheme. Excellent job.
Damn that's a powerful ITX system! Nice job. My next build will be ITX as well - mid towers are just too big for my liking. Sexy build. Enjoy!
Totally reasonable parts list - and that Node 304 is sexy as hell! More pictures of your setup please!
Wow. I'm drooling looking at your cable management. I've always wondered - how loud are the Corsair LED fans?
Sick build man! Great selection of parts. More pics!
Sexy build, more pics please!
Yeah 4x X-fire has definitely got to be a hassle
Sexy build man. Your cable management is on point!
I added one with white for you
Added a pic with the new keycaps
Damn awesome build!
How did you manage to mount your fans in push-pull on the H100i GTX? I have the same AIO but couldn't figure out how to mount the fans on the front of the rad
Dman that's a lot of power inside such a small case! Awesome job.
I have the same wifi card in my build and it really works well. Like you said, with the right router it is amazing! I have a dual-band router with two wireless networks, and the 5 GHz AC connection with my desktop is rock solid.
So the best would be the Hue+ right? 2.5", software controlled in Windows, and it looks cool. Too bad it's been sold out everywhere. The disadvantage of this Satechi thing is the molex power. It's really not much of an issue at all, but my power supply only has molex connectors that are 2x so as a result I have an extra cable to manage. And I haven't figured out where I can really mount the power brick so it hangs from my 5.25" bays tied with a cable tie. That's why the Hue+ would be better since I could just mount it on the back of my motherboard tray with my SSD.
Sounds good! Yeah AF120 are good for intake and exhaust but not as good for radiators.
Are you using the stock fans on your H110i radiator? In your build log you have two extra 140mm airflow fans , which aren't very good on a radiator, just wanted to make sure you are using the proper static pressure fans. I can't see in the pics if you have the two extra airflow fans in the front and back or what.
I used these. They work really well if you don't mind using a remote. You also have to have a line of sight to the accompanying sensor (mine sticks out of the 5.25' bay at the top front of my case). Something like an NZXT Hue that's controlled via software might be nicer, but these are perfect for my needs - aka just solid colors. It has a few options for color cycles as well.
EDIT: it is also powered via molex so that might not be desireable.
I am getting translucent key caps for my k70 too so I will have to post another keyboard pic soon :)
The H1ooi GTX? Great! I can't hear it over my accompanying quiet edition fans, and my cpu never gets over 65 when stress-testing overclocks in AIDA64. It's also black and gray which matches the rest of my build nicely.
Added more! :)
Hey so it looks like you originally bought a reference Titan X and then later installed the EVGA Titan X Hybrid kit. I currently have a Titan X and am thinking about getting the Hybrid kit. Quick question: after installation, do the words on the side ( GEFORCE GTX Titan X Hybrid) illuminate when it is on?