I'm afraid I just finished my rig, so I'm broke! :D But for a monitor suggestions, see my build! ;-)
that 1080Ti price...do you need a hug? :P Enjoy your rig!
I'm not big on pastel fluids to be honest. Even less so on Vue!
It's early days yet, but I don't see the appeal of hard-tubbing to be honest :P
I said that because from the photos it looks like there's almost no airflow/fresh air in the case for the gpu to use. So I concluded the temps must get pretty high, rather quick when under load. These temps are, frankly, unbelievable.
I see you haven't mentioned GPU temps...and I know why. I doubt this thing can even run a game longer than a few minutes. Silly & impractical case.
Thanks for the reply! I'm actually very confused about the case at the moment, because in your photos it looks like there's plenty of space for front RADs etc... in other photos online it looks like damn right different PSU shroud... i.e.: https://www.reddit.com/r/coolermaster/comments/7nn94m/mastercase_pro_5_confusion/
Great choice of wallpaper! :) Install linux if you're doing web-dev ;-)
Nice build! Question, the HDD drives in the basement, when you move them, reckon you can fit a 240/280 rad in the bottom 2-slots of the front with push & pull fans config?
do top/front rads have space for push/pull? Or would there be clearance issues with the pump-res & GPU?
What about space for a standalone pump in the basement?
Sorry for all the questions, I want to use this case for my watercooling build & just trying to figure what I can fit where :) Cheers!
Very nice build. I might just be converted to ITX now.
Major props for having a radiator in between CPU and GPU, people not having one triggers me so much.
As a side, I would have probably put CPU first in the flow, so it's CPU > small radiator > GPU > big radiator. Then again maybe in this config the GPU temps are lower. Would have loved to see each config benchmarked!
Overall, good job and enjoy!
I'm not 100% without double-checking, but I think I do have the CoolerMaster JetFlow(red) connected to that one.
As far as I remember the cables were long enough to reach the mobo just fine, but I would have to double check. Sorry it has been some months since I put it together.
No. I didn't like the (3pin) fan-hub. All fans are connected to the motherboard and automatically adjusted depending on the temperature.
Thanks for the tip, I have checked with the local laptop shops for spares but got nothing, good idea with ebay!
I got the anti-static matt for this build, cause paranoia now :D
She loves it and I'm quite jealous! :P Thanks for leaving a comment!