Worst comment ever...
+1 for innovative fittings on the CPU block. I'd have OCD issues if that loop wasn't straight either.
By any chance are you getting rid of the kingpin AIO?
Pretty sure you got just a regular FTW or just plain 1080 iCX.
Sick build. Reminds me of my own in a way.
This was tested with Prime95 for stability. But the voltage is safe as long as it's not for long term. Don't know where you're getting this info from lol
I know what you mean. I get kind of scared when the gpu reaches 45c
You actually have a hot air blowing into the cpu radiator just to be clear. But that's only when the gpu is at load. Not trying to argue, just want to make a point and give the best advice.
It just seems to make more sense if both radiators were exhaust rather than one feeding the other hot air ya know?
Great specs! but what's up with the radiator hoses? They seem a little stressed.
Nice build! Just wondering, will the gpu radiator fit on the rear without the vrm covers in the way?
You have to make a new parts list and use it as a whole rather than changing the part individually. Sucks
Wrong case and psu on parts list but nice build overall.
You can leave now...
Hahaha same. I changed everything except the motherboard and case XD
Looks nice. Did you build 2 of the same exact rigs? I noticed you had another one...
And if I may add, the front fans are facing the wrong direction...
How does the GPU perform being on the bottom (PCIE4) slot? I thinks it's only x4 instead of x16 like on top.
Still don’t see the issue. Maybe he doesn’t plan to overclock but like low temps....
Temps seem pretty high at load on the CPU at 3.8ghz. Sure you have those radiator correctly or not too high voltage?
Right? We need a SeaHawk asap
Thanks for the view.
Runs perfectly fine. CPU load averages about 30-50% while the GPU is much higher.
So the rear doesn't allow a 120mm radiator? That's interesting... or is it because of the motherboard?
Looks great! If there's was things I would change, I'd mount the GPU radiator on the rear as exhaust. This way only cool air is entering the case. And also swapping the bottom LL fans with the ML fans on the radiator but leaving the bottom fans as intake instead of exhaust. Again, great build!
Nice! Don't forget to flip the tops fans!
Size and brand res you're using? +1
Yo! its jeff from fb! +1
Probably one of the best updated rigs I've seen on here +1
Pretty sure you can lock all cores at 3.7ghz easily with low voltage and keep stable. Temps will most likely be lower at load too.
You sure that's the Wraith Max cooler? jw
Was that boosting to 3.7ghz or locked?
Got it to 4.3ghz on a 120mm AIO.....
Rotate the GPU radiator so the hoses are on the bottom. EVGA's instruction states so. The Corsair pump isn't really a problem as it can be mounted any way but it's just funky seeing it mounted sideways rather than upright where it's easy to read the logo.
Where are your intake fans? lol
Love the PCCOOLER fans. Do you happen to know the static pressure they give out? Can't find anything on the manufacture website =(
Great parts list. Just disappointed how the build is executed. GPU radiator is mount incorrectly. AIO pump is sideways. And those cables are such a pain to look at. Can't stand seeing these cases with anything other than a 360mm rad so you did that right. Hope this thing gets an update.
I totally agree lol
Dude, how is the GPU getting air if you got nothing but exhaust fans? Just saying.
Very nice and clean first. Just bummed you would post an incomplete rig. Good luck man.
Thanks and yes.
What fans? Can't be the Thermaltakes...
Actual Thermaltake fans would've looked sick....
Nice! Same fans as I
Is it me or the heatsink cover is lit up?