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Comment reply on UncalledForGabe's Completed Build: Living room mini HTPC

  • 51 months ago
  • 1 point

Excellent mod +1 a build log would be great.

Comment reply on dnice312's Completed Build: 4k Starter Kit

  • 54 months ago
  • 1 point

So much hate on such simple things that can easily be corrected...and will be corrected as stated on description if only people know how to read English properly..never be afraid of tinkering with your rig that's the fun of building your own PC, the only thing that you need to worry about is the cable management, probably RAM slot i'm not so sure if they're positioned properly or it might just be the right configuration to enable quad channel memory check your motherboard to verify, if your not happy with the stiff cables of the RM series try and get some "Cable Mod Cable's" for added bling and less strain, either way a beast of a build +1

Comment reply on 2Harsh's Completed Build: Skylake

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

r9 390 the one with the x is not worth the price, or a fury x coil whine might be an issue though will go well with your LED TV if its 4k 1080p get abit lower than mentioned.

Comment reply on Ichariot's Completed Build: Mother Base

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

is this build going to be upgraded as a CLWC set up in the near/far future?otherwise kind of a waste of a good WC case.

Comment reply on VitaminGBK's Completed Build: NCase M1 The Dream V2

  • 56 months ago
  • 2 points

You sure didn't waste time on upgrading your rig that was fast, i guess your getting better temps now on stress test?real nice work on the pump res, i think that's actually where its suppose to sit on that case, either way nice of you to post back on updates +1

Comment reply on VitaminGBK's Completed Build: NcaseM1 The Dream

  • 57 months ago
  • 2 points

Community supported ideas sure works wonders, they should really lower the price abit on future revisions, too bad not everyone can afford it. I can't say although i do know that your mobo is very well build for the vrm to give out that easily even at minimal airflow, either way on your future upgrade might be more stable, a different brand of fans might also make a significant change its a little bit tight and some obstruction inside might aswell get a industrial grade PSU fan xD, GL and thanks for posting.

Comment reply on VitaminGBK's Completed Build: NcaseM1 The Dream

  • 57 months ago
  • 2 points

so nice +1..not very often people post with an Ncase, regarding your thermal paste it depends really..some work on the spot but some you need to wait for weeks to cure properly.

Comment reply on nazculi's Completed Build: My first custom built PC for LAN Parties/College

  • 57 months ago
  • 1 point

Good build +1 , overkill on the CPU for gaming though but that's your money anyway, its never too late to change to a smaller case,but you'll lose some other perks and may have to either change some of your current component and lose some, like built in fan controller and PSU requirements but there are smaller FC's and SFX PSU that you can put inside a cube ITX or slim ITX cases that'll power enough of what you currently have, regarding coil whine on 970 i feel your pain i recently changed my Case,Psu, GpU to EVGA 970 SC and every time i play a game coil whine kicks in and i can slightly hear it a bit loud at first but eventually toned down after a couple hours of benchmark on ultra settings , if you're lucky eventually it'll tone down and probably completely disappear, or just just buy a good close ear headset with descent outside noise cancellation.

Comment reply on Gibb313's Completed Build: Gibbs greatly awaited gaming machine

  • 57 months ago
  • 2 points

Very nice build, you sure went all out and picked really good parts that will last for a long while. + 1

Comment reply on Forum Topic "New CPU Cooler Part List ID-Cooling IS-VC45"

  • 59 months ago
  • 1 point

cheers! :)

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Hi PPC Mod Can you please add this cooler on your system list."

  • 59 months ago
  • 1 point

ohh cheers mate, I missed that one.

Comment reply on guitarhero23's Completed Build: White Metropolis - A Case Labs Water Custom Cooled Build

  • 59 months ago
  • 6 points

By LAN you mean like a PC Mod show right? really nice CLWC colour scheme and build. +1

Comment reply on joebowhunter's Completed Build: 5Ghz SuperTrooper 3.0

  • 59 months ago
  • 1 point

Really good budget build im not really big on overclocking but 5ghz and not even breaking to 70* on load really nice and your not even doing CLWC, this is almost identical on my very first build on my 600T although its all air cooled, your right about that on building a pc, you might as well get another 8gig of stick to take advantage of the dual channel that the board supports, also good deal on the card for only 200£ that's nice if your not happy with the stock cooler it has you can change it to a better one but I guess you already know that.+1

Comment reply on skiskate10's Completed Build: /\LEX - X99 Gaming/Editing PC (First time build)

  • 59 months ago
  • 7 points

Congrats on being accepted for a career path you chose and the build/log description overall really nice thoroughly enjoyed reading it. +1

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

sleeving is a pretty good idea but time consuming and very fiddly if you want to make it perfect,didnt notice the 10th picture on the back,well by pay you mean psu right?i can only think of 2 brands that makes braided cables for their psu silverstone and corsair the rest im not really sure of...and dont even try buying a different braided modular cable and putting them on a different brand of psu thats dangerous,its something to do with wattage output on the cables and insulation sleeving that makes it dangerous.

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

nicely done on LED lighting and cable management,you even changed the cables to braided one's if what i can see is right?if what you did before on swapping and removing some of the fans the airflow was much better just stick with it for the meantime until you decided to change rad or fans, well done!

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

i guess your right rather have bunch of stuff laying in waste,if it improves are flow and heat exhaust then its worth the effort just keep on trying which placement is better for air flow GL.

Comment reply on roemhildtg's Completed Build: Be green in 2015!

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

lol even the specification on rubber coating http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811353063 at 50£ its a good deal can you please ask this to be added on the case list on the forums the majestic forum mods will do the rest, thanks for posting!

Comment reply on roemhildtg's Completed Build: Be green in 2015!

  • 60 months ago
  • 3 points

Great built +1 overall,love the case first time I've seen that one it looks like the love child of 250D and the Prodigy.

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

you can get a custom one but that requires proper custom made CLWC backplate for a specific model,time and money is a factor on that one,many pro custom modders are capable of producing that but meh....

is that constant recently or just randomly spikes up on load up programs that you use? best I can say is use a different configuration move the rad on top if able to on that case try a pull/push or push pull all together if allowed with that thick rad..or change the fans to a better one that has higher static pressure but then again that'll be down to your preference since most of the time noise is an issue like this one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001&cm_re=delta_fans-_-35-213-001-_-Product

but for a more audible sound is for me the best

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Scythe-Case-Gentle-Typhoon-D1225C12B5AP-15/dp/B001Q6RUVO

or go the noctua route..

mosfet cooling on new mobos wont really make much of a difference now a days since almost all mobos that are being produced are well built and the design mostly already have them in most important parts of the mobo that incorporate with the air cooling that your case takes in, now depending on the intake and exhaust set up that should really help out.

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

well good of you to take some consideration on the aesthetic side of things,since you ask and its your build and money and you are well aware that its POINTLESS...here http://www.frozencpu.com/products/24362/ex-blc-1740/EK_GeForce_GTX_750_750_Ti_Waterblock_-_Acetal_EK-FC750_GTX_-_Acetal.html?tl=g30c311s2281&id=uUJRLTIZ i can picture this...it might look ridiculous on a large case just saying,anyway good luck.

Comment reply on DS4130's Completed Build: Inaudible X99 Workstation

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

the 2nd pic should have been the main pic really, nice build +1

Comment reply on xsater's Completed Build: Space Glace build

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

i knew it!still pretty pretty** i hope those fan perform well if not check this out https://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FG-000-PS

Comment reply on warmon6's Completed Build: traveling raven

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

Nah don't bother its just an opinion on the pic's you've posted, not alot of mini-itx mobo for amd which is sad,it is a challenge to build in a SFF case but that's the fun of it choosing the right parts to work with make's a ton of difference, as for low profile air cooling i can say there are loads of them out there but some like the usual always out perform the other and by price difference, the noctua NH-L9a is a good example but i'd go and try a different one killing the hype..there's this one which is very impressive i'll be buying one later this month: http://www.idcooling.com/Product/detail/id/44/name/IS-VC45 and the one i'm currently using http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/big-shuriken-2-rev-b.html which is pretty descent but its up to you if you ever did go a different route.

changing components on a low profile air cooling build that would just be your heat-sink fan and ram it wouldn't be that difficult i'm sure, either way good luck and thanks for posting!

Comment reply on xsater's Completed Build: Space Glace build

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

Oooh...so good...this reminds me of that custom white paint build on tek syndicate..except that was about 2-3 years ago.. +1

Comment reply on Aldrighetti's Completed Build: First Build! on a budget

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

nicely done +1

Comment reply on warmon6's Completed Build: traveling raven

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

ah so it does work,I can see that..pretty tight build, good of you to fit a mini gpu as well nice built well done +1

Comment reply on Bassturd's Completed Build: 1st build

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

there's something amiss just couldn't tell what it is...

Comment reply on warmon6's Completed Build: traveling raven

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

Since your not using the pci-e riser card at the moment can you not just have put the rad on the dual fan intake instead of the removable side panel, if you get any chance to get some plastic cable tie mounts it'll help with the tubing and cable clutter since there's a lot of free space in your rig, i would have personally gone with air cooling with this one the H55 small rad is not worth the price,would have been better off with a low profile air cooler and using a more efficient fan but that's just an opinion.

Comment reply on jtaylor117's Completed Build: Silent Black Beast

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

very nice product review and description, aesthetic wise i don't think you care much for it but more on function heck..+1

Comment reply on mb00106462's Completed Build: My first build

  • 60 months ago
  • 0 points

hmmm...don't wanna sound negative here but i'm pretty sure your not suppose to buy different cable brands and use them on a different
PSU because of wattage compatibility with the sleeved cables and the
original cables..but then again if nothings goes wrong guess that works..

Comment reply on bgc7's Completed Build: Build Update

  • 60 months ago
  • 2 points

jeebus kwise...6 delta fans..how do you tolerate that? :O +1 for maximum noise tolerance!

Comment reply on mb00106462's Completed Build: My first build

  • 60 months ago
  • 1 point

no suggestions needed pretty well thought out build, a description on parts picked and what you'll use it for would be great, i'm guessing you purchased those sleeve'd cables separately?or sleeve'd them yourself?, +1 for air cooling & black and white mono theme.

Comment reply on 1000fps's Completed Build: Epic First Build

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

ah no wonder, well that sorts it out, post more pics next time benchmark, glamour shots, cable management bragging rights or a cat+dog combo? its a shame to just tease us with 1 pic
+1 either way.

Comment reply on 1000fps's Completed Build: Epic First Build

  • 61 months ago
  • 1 point

very nice build, i don't see that you have any problems with budgeting so why that case?just wondering :O

Comment reply on Extrodius's Completed Build: Extrodius Level 4

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

nicely done +1 add an SSD it'll help on boot time start up and heavy threaded program load up. and you can invest on an aftermarket CPU cooler its your choice either AC or CLWC do your research on which one would you think suits you air cooling cough.., About voiding the warranty are you talking about the CPU?well since you've used the stock cooler already and the mark of the thermal paste has been used then your all set you can easily dispute that you've used the stock cooler anyway..they wouldn't really be able to tell honestly..if you De-Lid the CPU and ruined it then that's voiding warranty.

Comment reply on CardBoardPixel's Completed Build: My Gaming PC 2014 (Slightly Updated)

  • 63 months ago
  • 1 point

try re building it basic components only: Just an Opinion - Re seat the CPU - Ram dual channel band(1-2 Primary Channel's Only) - Single GPU on test Boot - Single monitor Only try each config on those parts swapping them afterwards to see if it boots properly on either each of the parts if not still blank on boot up most likely its the MoBo, if it did boot up with ''Single GPU'' then and only dual channel RAM then its most likely the PSU not giving enough power to the 2 titans but i really doubt it since its a 1k platinum. any hoot good luck.

Comment reply on ThePeteski's Completed Build: Raptor R-1 (My first Custom PC)

  • 64 months ago
  • 2 points

your pristine clean kitchen got me..+1 mate

Comment reply on BlakBat's Completed Build: Home computer: Corsair 350D + H110

  • 64 months ago
  • 1 point

Odd fan placement make's awkward cable position the 350D deserve better cable management than that..fan controller are abundant in the net depend's on your choice touch screen or dial?hard to say what you want?NZXT make's excellent quality FC's that can blend well with the chassis of the pc..............and what EdgeForce141 said.

Comment reply on nickmlo's Completed Build: HELP! Computer starts then stops and repeats!!! Wont Boot up!

  • 64 months ago
  • 1 point

o dear...i think you found the problem...truth be told i'm a bit surprised you didn't even see those bent pin's when you put in the chip?how did you miss that?...either way man don't touch them or try to straighten it better to RMA its safer...

Comment reply on nickmlo's Completed Build: HELP! Computer starts then stops and repeats!!! Wont Boot up!

  • 64 months ago
  • 2 points

i second eltech on this but since you posted here already we will try and help you out on the info you gave..this MOBO has this problem before on boot up loop and probably you get the bad one's of the group but still try one of:

  • try re building the parts outside the box doesn't really matter if you use any channel or slots of ram the mobo since its a mini itx only.

  • check the connector's review the manual do a double check on everything

  • yes like you said front panel connector's from psu to mobo ''CANNOT'' be plugged in wrong since wrong power delivery on parts will cause problem's

  • are you using a SSD or just plain HHD? "new or recycle'd from old build?" not properly wiping them out will cause problem's.if only one of each or either both the primary boot option should be of AHCI try accessing BIOS if you can.

  • if all else fail's not to worry too much just RMA the board or get a refund and change it since you bought if off overclockers why not try the new Asus Z97I or H97I?or other reliable one's...i had this problem on my AMD build the mobo was Gigabyte 970A-UD3P Motherboard same boot loop problem sent it back get refund and replace'd it with another board problem solved.. GL

Comment reply on imxs's Completed Build: First Watercooled SLI build

  • 64 months ago
  • 1 point

no one's being rude you're taking this the wrong way, what you said right now that's rude, now keep it to yourself, good day.

Comment reply on imxs's Completed Build: First Watercooled SLI build

  • 64 months ago
  • 2 points

calm down common sense denote's on reply topic..typo 2 980's ^

Comment reply on imxs's Completed Build: First Watercooled SLI build

  • 64 months ago
  • 2 points

your gripe make's no sense you get gtx 290 then water cool it will cost more maybe you should read more on the OP's description..some part's are from the old build and component breakdown list total's was included from previous to present built that's why 3k..how you get an up-vote also make's no sense..also +1 for the sleeve'd tubing you don't see that very often.

Comment reply on regack's Completed Build: Backup

  • 65 months ago
  • 1 point

the panels are slide on not screw'd! i was wondering how you take it off very crafty sir cant up vote anymore were only limited to +1 thank's bunch for posting!

Comment reply on regack's Completed Build: Backup

  • 65 months ago
  • 1 point

dont worry about the cable management it can always be done later, your custom case must have taken alot of time and planning did you do this all by yourself?if so man you should really post more pic this is epic!quite rare to see stuff like this on the site.+1

Comment reply on regack's Completed Build: Backup

  • 65 months ago
  • 1 point

very interesting case mod is there any chance you can post more pic internally and perhaps a semi blue print of that case?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "hi can you add this video card please i dont see it on your list :)"

  • 65 months ago
  • 1 point

nice one cheers! :)

Comment reply on SUP3RN4UT's Completed Build: Build 03/2014 BloomfieldIntel-nVidia

  • 65 months ago
  • 2 points

4 continuous build in a row? salute

Comment reply on Gleiss's Completed Build: Oreo Cookie Box May Contain Real Oreo's Inside.

  • 65 months ago
  • 1 point

no problem,post an update when you sort out how its gonna fit your build GL! :)

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