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Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

kassin er geggjað, nóg pláss fyrir allt og lítur út mjög vel. ef þú er að fara vasskæla ekki hissa um að kaupa. meira pláss inná en í fractal design sem Tölvutek er selja, en samt ekki mikið stæri að utan og cable management er mjög einfald

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

yes

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

silent : AIO inbuilt fan 0% til 60°C AIO radiator fan 28% til 50°C AIO pump 100%

heavy workload desktop use (many windows *autocad, archicad, excel, internet..open for long times) AIO inbuilt fan 25% AIO radiator fan 40% til 40°C then curve to 60%@65°C AIO pump 100%

Gaming AIO inbuilt fan 0% til 60°C AIO radiator fan 50% til 55°C - 60% @ 65°C - 90% @75°C - i never reach more then sub 50°C while gaming though AIO pump 100%

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

i will when i get home.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

i hooked all Halos to the led hub that is included in the case. if it helps, the hub is 3 pin connected to MB

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

hi, i bought the set that includes everything for vertical GPU mount directly on phanteks page. that or from amazon.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

AIO cooler Asus ROG Ryujin have this info display built in on the pump. in the same pump is also a fan that is there to cool down vrm. but it is nowhere close to be silent running so i keep it at minimum RPM. This same fan was disturbing airflow around GPU, while running at 40%+.

the logo is on the PSU. First i applied a carbon M3 sticker to cover all the original EVGA look, then just put there the Asus logo that come with motherboard.

i think, that your high temps have different reason then bad airflow in case. i might be wrong, though. i would first try, if your cooler sits properly on, re-apply thermal paste and see what happens

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

Asus ROG ryujin

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

from UK. overclockers.co.uk (i am from Iceland)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

i have no idea. I got it from local store here in Iceland, i had it on pre-order. i was waiting for about a month, so i know how it feels though

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

thank you.

i love the screen for my working in autocad.not sure if i can help you decide, as i didnt play games on it much yet. i spent few hours in AC Origins, Mass Effect Andromeda and BF1. AC and ME gameplay is more immersive compare to 16:9. For single player games i would definetely recommend it. It is really different experience. In BF1 - you see more,it can give advantage..but coming fron 144mhz gsync 27" monitor BF action looks slower. Not sure how to subscribe it. Lets say, while on widescreen in BF1 i dint play my AA game yet. Maybe just need to get use to it i suppose.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 3 points

from UK. i live in iceland. overclockers.co.uk but it is out of stock atm.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

when i look at it, i think it should be long enough. some thoughts : the in build fan is loud when on max, also i figure it disturbed my case airflow. so i keep it at minimum all the time. Hiding all the cables is little tricky but it takes some time. If you will use evolveX and will lead the sata cable through opening on top, have some sata extension or long sata cable from PSU :)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva 2.0

  • 7 months ago
  • 3 points

thank you.
after some time with incense sticks and neverending try&fail "experiments" in fanxpert and putting this build through some syntetic benchmarks, i manage to find good balance for airflow for my gaming profile. then i did again 1.5 hour in AC origins, same settings and highest temp was 59°C (!). most of the time it was 52-56°C. I am impressed. Turned out, that the inbuilt fan in pump was disturbing airflow around GPU. My final setting for faming is : 35% (max50%)intake, exhaust is set to 25%, aio inbuilt fan down to 15%, radiator fans run at 30%. CPU temps during the game were 40-50°C. Interesting, that even such a small fan (inbuilt AIO fan) with wrong setting can have big impact on overall airflow. GPU fan were set to aggressive fan curve. Overal system was not silent, but it wasnt disturbing either. (using headphones)

Comment reply on Scrollwheel's Completed Build: Blue Tranquility

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

+1. i envy you ! :-) i am still waiting for my phanteks evolv x.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 28 months ago
  • 1 point

hi.sorry for late answer. i used rounded clip and slowly applied pressure. actually it was very little needed to make the ram fit.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

yes, it was

Comment reply on kcm117's Completed Build: 2016 - Development and Gaming Workstation

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

i meant wallpaper, but i have found it already.

Comment reply on kcm117's Completed Build: 2016 - Development and Gaming Workstation

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

awesome desktop! do you have link where i can get it?

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 2 points

Amazon..search for

3M Scotchprint 1080 Carbon Fiber Vinyl Flex Wrap Black

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Anidees A17M

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

Amazon - using gift cards

UK overclockers - when parts i wanted were on sale

and some others minor webshops from europe

I bought my parts during cca 4 months, checking webshops daily and waiting on flash sales and etc.

I was also lucky, that i overcome shipping cost and custom taxes on most of my parts.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 2 points

I think, that this is about personal taste - same product is loved by some and hated by others. There is no way, in my opinion, that there exists some piece of computer hardware which is perfect for everyone. When I started on planing my build, R9 was on one of my part lists, but in the end I went with 980Ti. Many people I believe, including me, also buy their GPU for the looks. Not only though!! :-)

I dont find R9 Fury X attractive. Maybe you do not find 980Ti attractive and prefer other design. All of hardware has its ups and downs and trade offs.

And this diversity makes our PC world so unique, is it not? :-)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

no problem :-)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

I've already answer simular question :)

hi, its really simple - mobo i use have all i was looking for. i did not found micro-atx board with all i wanted and there was always some trade off. i agree that micro-atx board could give me more flexibility, but i dont think i will need to upgrade soon. Also i get this mobo on good price. Another thing is that i wanted to achieve, and i think i did, that when you look at my case you will see only/mainly 980ti.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

search internet for CABLE COMBS. There are many styles and colors to choose from. I have mine from Icemodz. hope it helps!

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

it is a M3 carbon vinyl sticker bought from amazon. I used a exacto knife to cut it down to size. cheap and fast.can be removed.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

the 5400 RPM was laying around so I just use it. did not buy it. ( well, I bought it like 2009 or so ) I agree with you with the m.2 - it is somewhat confusing and I might have made mistake here. When the time comes i can always upgrade. Thank you for pointing it out though!

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

hi, its really simple - mobo i use have all i was looking for. i did not found micro-atx board with all i wanted and there was always some trade off. i agree that micro-atx board could give me more flexibility, but i dont think i will need to upgrade soon. Also i get this mobo on good price. Another thing is that i wanted to achieve, and i think i did, that when you look at my case you will see only/mainly 980ti.

regarding the case - after i decided that my new GPU will be 980ti, i was looking only for cases with horizontal mobo mounting as i was and i am very pleased with the look of it. i went the bigger route as i want to be sure i could achieve good airflow. case fits perfectly in compartment under my table

anyway, its all about personal taste i suppose :-) thank you for you input though, always good and fun to exchange some facts :-)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 2 points

hehe..i was wondering if someone will point it out!

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

thanks for pointing it out..will fix it asap *update : i think i fix all of my quites - thanks again! :-)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

thank you! i did indeed invest a lot time into choosing my parts. i think i started with 3 or 4 partlists here..and then i work it through using formula:

what i want×what i really need×budget

hardest decision was on combo GPU&monitor when i think of it.but since i first boot up i love it and have no regrets of the extra money i put in this combo.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

no i did not. i had only m.2 disc connected to mobo when installing win 10.i install from usb.thats all i have i cant help you more as i am not a expert. sorry man!

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

what windows you are installing?

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

yeah..i was excited it has posted at first try..so out of focus.but then you can feel the excitement there! :-)hehe

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

yes.win 10.

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

yes its on back side. i was worried a bit about overheating this m.2 drive but i have one of my intake fans blowing fresh air in its direction (the front bottom one) and temps are good

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 3 points

thank you. dark rock is awesome covering the red bits on mobo so i didnt had to modify it! :-)

Comment reply on beaststeak's Completed Build: Tölva

  • 38 months ago
  • 1 point

i had about 300USD gift cards on amazon. thats why some of my parts are listed cheap- all the listed prices are the ones i paid for my stuff. note i bought my parts during cca 4 months time

Comment reply on CRS10114's Completed Build: Ttammy, the power box.

  • 40 months ago
  • 2 points

i see, thanks for fast response. i am about to pull trigger on my build and "the fan situation" is my last decision on my part list. for long time i was going for the same case, but then i saw Raijintek Aeneas and i was sold. iam going to have 7 fans setup most likely so that's why my question :-)

btw. nice build +1 from me!

Comment reply on CRS10114's Completed Build: Ttammy, the power box.

  • 40 months ago
  • 2 points

hi,how did you connect and how do you control you fans? thanks

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