Hey, sorry for the late response! There are 3 beneath the top radiator, 3 just behind the reservoir, 3 on top of the bottom radiator and 3 beneath the bottom radiator!
Here you go! It's just the white wood panel, a long steel L-beam and the cable tray all fastened to the underside of the table
The motherboard's been great! Definitely recommended for a custom loop build!
Thanks man! Keep working toward what you want, it pays off!
Thanks! Sorry for the late response haha
It comes in at just under 80lbs - unwieldy, but I've managed to move it around!
Thanks! I actually had to use two USB hubs and two PWM hubs in order to get 12 fans into this lmao
Thank you, Mr. President!
UPDATE: I did not have to drain the loop for the installation of the second SSD, but I did need to use one of those small screwdrivers you normally use on those small Tech Deck finger skateboards! That was a fun time...
Sorry for the delayed response! I actually responded to this on your new question, sorry!
Not at all! I do definitely feel the choppiness going from my main to the side monitors, but I never use all three to game, just the main one. I felt the need to get three monitors simply because I'm a screen real estate monster o.o
It is! People love buying 1000W+ PSUs for their overkill builds, which only adds to the overkill nature -you don't need that much power at all, even to run an 8th gen i7 and a 1080Ti. PCPP will actually warn you if your part list needs more power than the PSU you selected can provide :)
Not exactly - the PC in all weighs a little under 80lbs, and there are simply way too many cables being routed around in the back for me to get a simple picture of these cables. You'd be able to easily see where to drill when you're ready to start going at it, just be careful to not drill into any critically structural parts!
Hi, sorry for the late response - I actually drilled into the bottom grill underneath the case to allow for the cables to pass through and connect to everything else. Nothing more fun than drilling into your $300 case! haha
Hey, sorry for the delayed response - thanks for the love! And of course you can steal an idea or theme here and there. That's what's so great about the PC community, that's what it's all about. Get back to me when your build is done, I'll check it out!
Beautiful build in a beautiful case! I was going to build my rig in it until I fell in love with some of Lian Li's cases.
eBay - used but in mint condition, still had the little plastic bits on the shroud! $550 plus like $13 shipping, couldn't pass it up!
Sorry for the late response, I've been on vacation! I got them from ensourced.net!
This is amazing! Nice build man, very clean bends on the loop as well! +1
That's a bitspower flow indicator
These things can do that to you sometimes...
Thank you! Hard work pays off! :)
The stock cooler is a bit ugly, but that's Intel's fault, not yours - the build overall looks great! +1
Aha, but that's where the magic comes into play! I've drilled a steel L-beam, a wooden support beam, and a cable organizer tray to the underside of the table supporting the middle. I did have a leg in the middle in the past, but for the sake of having more leg clearance and a cleaner overall look, I replaced that leg with this reinforced 'modesty panel' of sorts, an idea I got from WorkofHart's Atlas Evolv'd X99 build. No table sag AND no leg in the way underneath the table!
As for the depth, I have plenty of space - I've always preferred to use the armrests on my chair, so this works out perfectly :)
That I will do, thank you!
Thanks! I'm rockin the Pixel 2 XL haha
Thanks! Keep at it, you'll be building crazy rigs in no time!
This is hideously beautiful. +0.75
With your specs, you could easily push any game on a 1440p 144hz monitor on max settings. Other than that, all I can say is great job! +1!
This is insane for your first build, mine consisted of an FX-4350 and an R9-290X...
+1 for sure!
Haha no one ever realizes what my username says! I work in an insurance office and got hired there with this email name LMAO good eye ;)
I will definitely keep an eye out for it! +1's at the ready 0.0
Some say that the ones who ventured into the jungle that lives in the back of my PC never returned...
oooh yeah I'm already seeing dust build up here and there - my house is kinda old, so that's just bound to happen over time :(
Ryzen is definitely a comeback for AMD, I'd say if you want to go with an AMD build, forget what anyone else says.
Glad you liked the read! haha
Then you'd love my lil pupper, Shane!
Thanks! Means a lot coming from someone whose build I admire greatly :)
Glad to know I've inspired! And the last three fans are underneath the case, I had to drill a hole in the floor of the back chamber to wire them up haha
And I have a Shiba Inu, so obviously the Shiba paintings are obligatory! :)
Thanks for the input! Much appreciated
And I have used ultrawide in the past, but I used to stream and plan to get back into it, and it can be a pain trying to get an ultrawide to line up properly in a 16:9 stream, ya know? Oh well. But thank you!
Don't let your dreams be memes! Go do it! And I appreciate the kind words!
YOU! Your build was such an inspiration to me, I'm honored to get a comment from you. I have your Sad Machine bookmarked LMAO
Thanks for the kind words!
Wanna know what's even weirder? the URL generated for my build ends in mk7WGX...
I drive an mk7 GTI, and I have the WGX variant of the PC-011 case...coincidence??
Yes sir, Formula motherboards come stock with an EK waterblock for the VRMs. One of the most attractive reasons for getting this specific motherboard, but also a reason it remains one of the most expensive Z370 motherboards ._.