There was a bit of forcing involved but it was mostly moving the nozzles and the tubes around that helped the most. In retrospect I think it would be best if you installed the RAM first and then the cooler.
It was lacking support for dual M.2 drives running in RAID. But my system always detected both M.2 drives just fine.
I have a 1080Ti SLI build already. For 1440P gaming these GPU'S are plenty. Plus I wouldn't have had the same color scheme. Anyway to each his own, thanks for your input :)
Amazeballs! I'm rooting for a feature!
LOL you know funny that you say that cuz I looked at the final build price and I too was like damn?!? I don't even have a 1080 Ti in there. What gives? And then I looked at all the additional stuff I got in there and it made sense. I'm not worried though, it's meant to be a solid 1440P gaming machine and that's what it is.
Kraken works fine. Never had my CPU temps go over 50C rent after intense gaming sessions. IDK about the leaking issues never had em, never heard of em.
I sold them on Ebay. I think it was worth the upgrade since the performance is more close to a 1080 and the FPS never dips below 60 now.
OK so I pretty much had the same opinion as you before I upgraded to a G-Sync monitor. I'm playing a lot of Destiny 2 on my 1440P setup with two 1070 Ti SLI powering my Acer Z35P monitor set to a 100Hz refresh rate. And I have to say I'm just blown away. I don't notice the difference in resolution but I do notice how buttery smooth everything is and the game looks AMAZING! And it all runs at an average of about 75FPS. Plus the sense of immersion I get from this monitor and setup is just so much better in terms of just enjoying playing games. When I fire it up on my TV in 4K it doesn't seem like that big of a leap and I don't see THAT much of a difference in the image quality running at 60FPS. Until we get 4K ultrawide monitors with G-Sync I think I prefer my 1440P setup for gaming purposes. Hope that helps :)
You won't run into any GPU clearance issues with up to a 360mm rad.
So the NZXT Aer RGB fans are rattling? That's really weird.
Haha I'm glad to hear it :)
I haven't had any issues with the fans rattling. And I doubt that it's your fans that are rattling it's most likely the bracket. Make sure it's properly fastened.
No that's a rainmeter widget.
It's not slippery in the sense that it just glides when left untouched but it is fairly easy to move when you want to move it.
I don't remember what the speakers were called. Just search for Xbox controller stand on Amazon and it should come up.
Razer black widow chroma in mercury white.
I use rain meter.
What do you mean?
Yeah I got that PSU way before Corsair released the white version of that PSU you're talking about.
Yup just place the top on top of the drawers.
White is always a good theme.
Thank you. LG 34UC98 I think. It's the one without the thunderbolt ports.
It's actually a counter-top on top of two Alex drawers, all from IKEA :)
The commander pro and the fans are from Corsair and they only work with Corsair link. It's not Aura Sync compatible. The RAM on the other hand will work with both.
Sure I suppose I can do that before I make the changes I wanted to make.
Yup, duck soup.
Nah I want this to be 4K gaming capable on that 4K screen.
Yeah I put this up using a mobile phone so didn't really notice which part list I was using. Anyway fixed!
Thanks! I had a small fan hub I used to power the fans, not the hub included with the case. I didn't have any issues chaining all 5 fans together on one channel. I had the fans facing the rad because those are meant to be intake fans. It does not distort the RGB lighting.
LOL so turns out I painted wrong. The white parts are supposed to be black and the blacks are supposed to be white. This is like a reverse sharingan, hahahaha!
LOL no I just routed the cables from the right/front side of the case. It's hard but it's not impossible.
If you get any of the latest set of fans from TT, NZXT or Corsair you won't have any issues with noise.
Doesn't fit properly.
Yeah I know but the back plates are black so the build would wind up looking more black than silver. Tiny Tim Logan on youtube did mention there might be a 1080Ti Quicksilver edition of these cards so I'll wait and see. Currently it's only hooked up to a 1440P monitor so dual 1070's are plenty.
I had the Kraken X52 and it fits fine with or without the HDD Cage.
Sorry no I don't have a mic yet.
The backplates are black though.
LOL yup exactly. The Raiden RAM modules need a lot of clearance. And tbh I kind of like it like that.
Edit -- Oops thought you were talking about another build.
You'd run into space issues if you go for the traditional horizontal layout on this case with GPU's of that length.
If you're dead set on having those monstrosities in your build and this case, get a core P5 instead. You'll have a lot more room to work with.