the two top are exhaust and bottom intake and side are exhaust. I did the sides exhaust because I like how it looks with these particular fans, however HardwareCanucks did a series of variations and said that the side perform better as intake.
Thank you! Yeah I’m really excited to learn how to do it. I’m wondering if I should start with soft tubing or really put the effort in and learn how to bend for hard tubes.
I’m so sorry it took m so long to reply. I can look t the profile tomorrow and get back you on that.
Youd have to find the font you want but you can get plates like this made at Jmmods. He does great work and he's cheaper than others but hes also one guy so his turn around time might be a little longer than others. This specific one in my build was made by V1tech. You get to design your own on the site but you can also email them and tell them your ideas.
Thanks so much for the love man. The cover I have had the rinnegan sharingan and “KEKKEI GENKAI” on it. It’s got a purple face but the clear parts are rgb. Does your motherboard have a 5V addressable header? (Or do you plan to get one that does?)
No worries, man. Yeah it was at CES. It’s the WGX ROG edition of the case. There’s also a new Razer edition as well.
Here’s the link!
thanks I appreciate it :)
To each their own!
Thank you! The rgb cables are extensions so it can leave a lot of extra to be desired. You really have to mold them because they’re quite stiff! There’s a bracket and cable combs that keep the clear plastic over the white cables and that can be a pain in the butt. Overall if you have adequate space in the back of the case you shouldn’t have a problem with them.
Thank you! I absolutely love that genre and can’t seem to escape lol
Do yourself a favor and wait for the new version of this case to release. This particular case doesn’t have support for a rear 120mm fan. If that doesn’t bother you, then go ahead and get this version. I wouldn’t say it’s loud...but I have HD fans that can get loud and I believe that contributes to the noise. Considering this case was made for water cooling in mind, I would assume they didnt take much care for noise dampening. So in my experience it’s not terribly loud but it also depends on your hardware.
As for dust, it doesn’t get too bad. I haven’t had to clean it yet and by visual inspection it looks solid. The item that’s below that’s GPU is a bracket. That GPU sag can get pretty gnarly and that card is extremely beefy.
I agree! Kind of miffed that they are releasing a new version with support for a rear 120mm fan and some other changes. Overall I don’t regret the purchase at all. Cable management is a hell of a lot easier, especially since I used so much rgb.
Haha I know that feel man. If you aren’t already subbed to the r/buildapcsales you need to be. I found a lot of stuff with great sales there and it significantly lowered the price.
Thank you so much! I actually had a naruto going backplate originally and was going a totally different direction. I kept the bracket until I bought a different one that fit my build better. I’m so glad you knew where it was from!
Thank you! And yes it is. It was made by V1tech. I would also recommend JmMods. He made a backplate for my 1080 and it was fabulous.
Hey man thanks for the love on my build. This is a nice rig/setup btw! What fans are those?
I have the commander pro for most of the fans. Only the AIO fans are attached to the headers on the mb
Sorry for late response. I believe I used some that came with some other parts that were the same size. I had to dig around to find some that weren't gonna be too long. Did you end up finding any?
no it should just slide on with the grooves on top. if you have an AIO: if the screws youre using have a dome head instead of flat, it might cause issues.
I did use it initially when I had the z370 Prime-A motherboard but I ended up giving that mobo to my wife and getting this one. I have a 5v splitter for my rgb gpu mount and the backplate, it had 2 more spots so I just use that. The hub controller is good but its so much better to be able to sync it to the motherboard.
Yes they are! I love them, they are a must have for an RGB build :)
Yeah! It took me a few hours but I finally got it all together and luckily it turned out okay lol thanks so much for the compliment, I have been wanting to ascend to PCMR for a long time!
No I didn't. I had it made at V1tech!