zipties or velcro wraps will go a long way in keeping those cables tidy. even if the cae does not have a window it makes it easier to change anything in the future if the cables are neat ran. good build. solid performer.
nice build. i would try and run that cpu power connector behind the motherboard tray there should be a cutout slot towards the top of the case. if not your graphics card has a notch before the connector that you can run that cable through for a bit of extra cable management. good job overall though.
The board not finder the cooler sounds like you don't have the cpu fan plugged Into the correct header. I did that on one of mine because I was so excited to finish a build.
No. There is a couple screws holding the blue lights in. Took those out and laid the new ones in their place.
Yeah I used my nzxt hue+ to light up the bottom
love amd builds. the fans are dope and the cpu cooler is awesome for its money. i would definitely take some time to do some cable managing. there are cable management holes on the back to route some cables to.
im going to place a brace so the weight is distributed along the desk bottom
i no longer run sli. those were two 370s i now have a single 980
Thank you! The card was given to me after someone upgraded. I never turn down free parts.
Yeah. I watch Linus jayztwocents techsource and hardwarecannucks mostly.
I run voids more than farm Draco lol.
It's not incredibly skinny. It's alittle wider than a standard atx psu. About 8 inches I think. It's beautiful for having such a large window. It's about 17.5 inches tall.
Yeah that's my main build. Thank you!
I know. I want to upgrade to skylake now from amd. I will use my old cpu and stuff in another build of course. :3
Yeah. 1440p is an amazing upgrade from 1080. Unfortunately. I'm not ready for 4k
I know. I've had problems with my smaller one. I'm going to put braces on it.
That was just for fun. I don't keep him in there but I don't think my cards reached a melting point
These desks are incredibly inexpensive. I think for my long top is was like 50 bucks with legs.
what makes you think that. :3
i have about 440 hours in that game lol
it is the ikea linmon desk. i use two of them butted against eachother.
ive ran 1080p as well. it is even easier because its rendering a fourth of the pixel count. i get what you're saying though. for straight gaming i have yet to be limited in any regard.
i really enjoy mine. i have no had any issues. mine however did come with 2 dead pixels but i dont notice them and for the place i cant complain. my second one however is free of dead pixels.
also as far as heat is concerned with my x61 cooler exhausting heat 3 120mm fans as intakes up front and a single 140mm fan also exhausting the rear i'd pat myself on the back for a pretty cool build.
not that i am aware of. i play on my qnix 27 inch 1440p monitors and every game ive ran on ultra plays 60fps solid. not a budge. the "8 cores" dont get utilized and intel has much better single core scores but at the time i wanted an i7. refused to settle for an i5 and opted for the 8350 as compromise. all in all its a perfect cpu for what i need it for which is 90% gaming.
Thank you. i was nervous posting my setups on here because everyones that i see is so nice. im glad i have people that like it. if you like this one, then hopefully you'll really like my main build that i am just posting.
thank you lol. we upgraded a friend on mine computer to an fx 8350 that we got FOR FREE! so for doing the upgrade i took the old i7 and motherboard. \
i try and nail down as much cable management as possible. the s340 makes it so easy.
if you like this one, then hopefully you'll really like my main build that i am just posting.
beautiful choice in products but the red motherboard and blue ram upsets me lol :3