Description

I updated a gaming build that I thought was finished in July. It is very powerful yet quiet. The Asus GTX 780ti DirectCUII OC, i7 4790k, and 16 gb of Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133 mhz allow for some outstanding gaming performance in Watch_Dogs, Hitman Absolution, etc. Surfing the web is a breeze. Cpu temps are kept running cool with the XSPC Raystorm cpu block, XSPC RX240 radiator, 2x Corsair Air Series SP120 120mm high performance fans mounted on the radiator, and XSPC Dual 5.25" Bay Black Reservoir - w/ D5 Variant Pump Installed. 4x Corsair AF120mm fans are mounted on the side case panel. One AeroCool 200mm Silent Master as front intake fan, and one AeroCool 200mm Silent Master fan as a top exhaust.

Note - Today Sept 12, my new Asus 780ti stopped working after only five days of light usage. RMA back to Amazon today and a EVGA gtx 780ti SC is on the way.

Comments

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

You get those temps on a test load 100%? Run realbench 2.2 for 15 - 30 min using up to 16gb of ram. Let me know.

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

So you're the one person who actually uses those watercooling grommets. Great build!

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

WOW! lucky *******. nice work

  • 63 months ago
  • -1 points

You should really buy a better case... that rad out on the back is really ugly...

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

It's a good case, don't know what your definition of good is lol, and welcome to modding fool, you put parts where you can so the pc works like the way you want it so keep your comments to your self if they're not great.

  • 63 months ago
  • -1 points

Are you mad? A good case is a case in which you can fit what you need... but you can always buy a case that doesn't fit - inside I mean.

Sorry "fool".

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

No I'm not mad, it looks like your new to pc building then. Not all pcs use to look as good as the ones built now, water cooling has always been tougher than normal air cooling. PC's use to look like this all the time if you wanted to water cool. Maybe you should brush up on your pc history before you say any negative comments to others.