Thanks man! I went a bit OTT with the lighting :) the AIO outperforms the largest air cooler I could fit by quite a bit too!
Pharah actually! I just like her voices
Definitely, such a dream to build in! The push pull configuration with the radiator helped to hide my cable mess too! I wanted to try to fit a 240mm rad as I've seen it done before but it just wasn't practical
Lovely build! Looks like you stashed the HDD where my HUE+ is. Loving the white theme, and matching cables sleeves. The AIO makes this button of aesthetically, in my opinion. Great stuff!
Thanks! The HUE+ is actually underneath the rad, using a small 3M velcro circle, attached the the bottom panel of the case. You can remove the panel and unplug the cables for easy removal; I had to get creative in trying to fit everything in towards the end of the build
Thanks for the reply - so just to be clear, the air passes through the rad from the front to the back if the case (where the is space fire the 2x80mm fans)?
Love the build! Is the aio hard to fit onto this case? I have the same case - thinking about getting a liquid cpu cooler. How do the fans work? Are both the 200mm and radiator fans intakes (blowing towards the cpu direction)?
Lovely build! Is the aio hard to fit onto this case? I have the same case - thinking about getting a liquid cpu cooler. How do the fans work? Are both the 200mm and radiator fans intakes (blowing towards the cpu direction)?
Thank you very much! It was difficult to manure into position, and hard to plug in the VGA power cables. I'd recommend plugging them in prior to sitting the card. Other than that, it just requires patience - you can't really do much wrong if you just take your time. Temperatures of both the card and the rest of the system are very good.
I did, works perfectly fine for me. idle and load temperatures are good - it comes pre applied in a square covering the bottom of the heatsink.
I got lucky and returned my 550w G3 and ordered an 850W P2. Overkill I know, but I don't want ot be in the same situation again! I've also ordered an EVGA 1080 Ti SC black edition, so I'll be able to boost the clocks a little! Thanks for you help
I have the same case. Would you recommend the G1 gaming 1080? I'm torn between this card and a 1080 ti. I have only a 550W G3 EVGA PSU, but a non overclocked i7, so power should be okay on either.
I have an EVGA 550W G3, a non overclocked i7-6700, 1 SSD, 1 HDD, 1 NZXT HUE+ and 4 fans. Think i'll be okay with a 1080 ti? All of the volatge calculators say about 500W max load. I won't be overclocking.
Did the video card fit in okay without touching the front grill? And what are your temperatures like? I'm looking to upgrade to a better/bigger card, but jot sure to go with a blower fan or not
Nice build! Look beautiful when lit up. I have one with the same case. Did you have to mod the case to fit the video card? I'll be upgrading to a 1080 Ti eventually, and it seems a few people (including yourself have been able to fit cards above the recommended maximum length.
Looks good mate! I have a build using the same case. I found it really easy to build in, but the restrictions with the cooler height were frustrating.
Hahahaha always use protection, right? Thank you though, I have the room lit with red led's as opposed to white light which seems to be easier on the eyes :)
Nice build! I have the same case, Mobo and GPU! Are you still using the stock cooler? I have an i7-6700 and i'm tempted to upgrade, but i'm not sure what would fit this case.
Hey man, nice build! I have the same case. What brand, model and size is the large fan on the front? I want one with LEDs to replace the stock fan. Does the front grill just lift off, or is it secured with screws?