I do too, but it's really a pain to build in.... ;(
Thank you! :)
thank you :)
**** i forgot to add that, ty for the notice! It Idles at around 33°C and hits 65°C max in Timespy extreme :)
It also keeps relatively quiet. If you don't intend to OC any more than I did you will be fine with the 2018 H60, it's performance is amazing for the size and price. If you want that sweet AIO Style atleast :)
Mhh, yeah, I'm not enough of a fan to do a dedicated coolermaster build thinking....
But I did do a full bequiet build some days ago! I'm really into such brand focused builds :)
Hahaha, yes I know. I showed the guy I built for, the H60 and a Dark Rock 4 and he was like:
"Well the Liquid Cooler looks way better, there you go" xD
Better than a Plain Visible white/green Seagate sticker?^
I took it off and asked the guy who I built for what he wanted :)
You're right, but I think I mention in enough in the description, what you should mix with what.
Also I would say 2200g/570x is not REALLY layed out for GTA/BFA5, atleast on higher settings^
hey sorry for not replying, you probably dont need the advice anymore, but here I go:
For the Liquid Cooler you would need a >Fan Header splitter and I dont think it has a direct Pump Header, you might wanna go for the MSI Gaming Plus which I used in this Build with the Sapphire RX580. It would also fit this build, but you wanna get 16 GB of RAM above 3000MHz!
ehm, I can only give you this link to my IG. I have some Pictures of my Layout there, I've redone it as well about a month ago!
Oh yeah that's very close to me, Man I'd wish Ryzen would have been out when I first build my own PC...but I might switch anyway in the next time, the i5 is always cracking up when editing by now xD
Hahahaha TY :D
This is the Benchmark Video I did on it 2 years ago.
I got a really got clock out of it, temperatures where always fine too with that beefy cooler, It hits 70C seldom, but Idles at 45C.
It's not noisy at all, I rather hear my NZXT Aer Fans.
mhhh yes your right, but I have to admit, I'd pay 50 Bucks again everyday for the lit Backplate with the ROG Logo. Its simply the next level ^
Did I ever say it was a TRUE Budget build? As mentioned in the description, It's meant to be a budget build looking as clean as possible.
Because it's just the "update" about 1 1/2 generations for my current build, it's visually almost 100% the same though :)
Couldn't test it yet, but there shouldn't be any surprises: few more FPS and little better frametimes than a 580 and a little less Power consumption. I think the difference should fit the price of somewhat 40-60 bucks more
Well it's a budget build thats not supposed to look like a heap of ****, if you'd wanna go 100% Budget u wouldnt bother to get one at all I guess
yes it really does, also the ROG logo on the Backplate is just too sexy!
I know it does, I even say it in the guide this is linked from, but this really is supposed to be Budget :)
yes and no, its the Wrath Spire LED, from a R7 1700. The cooler is pretty much the same, except for the RGB Strip.
the motherboard is about 100€, in the Original red and black Build ive used the MSI Gaming Plus which is a little bit cheaper :)
PCPP doesnt have the Wraith Spire LED to pick :/
Of course it's good, especially for the price^ if you have any more money to spare, I'd go for an M.2 SSD instead, faster RAMs (maybe the Red 3000MHz Corsair Vengeance) and a RX590 or something faster,depending on how much you want to spend. The build as it stands will handle everything you throw at it really well in 1080p, and still good in 1440p :)
Yes I think so too :)
Cable management wasn't as much of a breeze as in my my NZXT S340 Elite, but it was still quite easy, theres quite a lot of room behind the MoBo an the back wall. Space behind the PCU could be better but it's alright for a case aof the size. Airflow is really straight through and good, but I'm not 100% sure how good it can breath through the front panel.
yep it will simply say "soz Bro, can't do it"
Thank you. Unfortunately it doesnt run fortnite at all, for idealistic reasons. :)
no, im sorry, its with my friend who i built it for 600km away^
Wasnt out by the time I bought the NZXT one :)
Well, yes sure first of all if youre just looking for a gaming PC id definetly up the GPU to whatever fits your Budget. As well as maybe Upgrading to an i5 8600k if you want so. If you just wanna game an i5 is probably going to be more than enough :)
Hehe yes i did, did it for the vids, so I had the Links anyway... PCPP is a nice tool, but atleast for me in Germany most of the Links PCPP is giving are false or dont really work ^
Turning the cooler so itd go with the airflow, neither the AM4 Socket, nor the be quiet cooler allows it, at least as much as I am informed
yeah, I dont think so too. But I actually am a bit curious how much the CPU could take :P
thanks for the tip :)
Not possible on AM4 I'm Afraid :/
Seriously tight budget, had that one left, like the PSU and recycled it. Paid about 540€ for the whole Build.
in the build itself ive used a PSU i still had lying around here as well as the SSD. I only had 500€ to work with, so i had to use what i had. The RAM is most likely going to be replaced in thecoming months :) was this time only about keeping it cheep and getting that R7 in there ^
no, not at all, but both, as all of those rgb programs are not what youd call terribly reliable ^
Hey, if i recall it properly, yes the X62 is plugged in the ROG_EXT. I was concerned about the lack of 2.0 on the board but google told me this would work and it actually did \o/ :D
Oh i believe that the 1080ti is fast as hell :3
On the custom sleeve, i think cablemod is pretty much the number one go to adress for that, you just have to check that the set fits your PSU.
In terms of keyboards... You might wanna get something that futs the other brands of your setup?! Just to be sure that configuring your RGB is not that much of a hassle because you have to use hundreds of different programs. Maybe you will find something that is Asus Aura compatible :)
Anyway i think my go to choices atm would be the Razer Blackwidow (v2) or the corsair k95 platinum :D
Oh and one more thing about "Cable" management! In my case i used a ziptie to tie the rather long tubes of the Kraken to this Cable Hiding bridge, it does look a bit tidier that way, because the tubes stay next to each other^
Mhhh, yes i thought that as well about my s340 Elite, but now that I'm a bit used to it I think of it as much more aesthetically pleasing :) I Have the Kraken X62 and the long Tubes bend in an S shabe from the CPU to the radiator. Has a nice look to it IMO :3
Nice, i went for a pretty similar color scheme, it's beautiful! What case is this?
Oh, and btw, I got the Z270 and the K-Skew and even benchmarked my system, maybe you want to check it out and compare it :)
Nice, build and cool stickers^ I've done a pretty similar build with almost the same speccs, but i chose the S340 Elite over the normal Version, nothing is as gorgeous as tempered glass <3
That's a pretty nice Case, and so much cheaper than the Evolv \o/
Hey, I hope your CPU arrives soon and you will have the ultimate Masterrace Joy <3
I'm happy to have inspired you, it looks amazing!
I have a few more i guess :D but have you seen the videos? xD
hehe, not a bit :D I think I selected a color range from pink to turquise