A good build, but you should work on the cable management.
I love the fan grilles and the overall colour scheme! The pictures you took were great, and captured the build well. The built itself looks great. Happy Gaming!
Cool, appreciate the reply. I had a similar trouble building in my Masterbox 5.1 Lite, but I think this one would pay off more. Great build, happy video/photo editing and gaming!
I love the look of the Shift! How was building in the case? I've heard mixed reviews, some saying it was difficult, while others saying it was a breeze.
Saw this on Reddit. Feature coming!
I really like this colour scheme! It just... works. Also, no RGB is actually appealing in this build.
You should update the parts list if you did...
It’s a 1070 with i3 6100... any site ever can tell it’s a bottleneck, at least this one is accurate.
The bottleneck is really hurting me...
He had them from before he upgraded. This just shows the pricing for upgrades
The fans are the Corsair LL-series, and the CPU cooler is a thermaltake brand, i cant really tell though.
Congrats on getting accepted! I hope you do well, great build!
They’re TTMod sleeved cables. They’re extensions, so they work with most to all PSUs. Ifound them with the small supply of PSUs they had. Sorry for taking a while to respond
I don't have any plans to get one.. maybe in the future. I do, actually, have sleeved cables, in blue and black. Found 'em at Best Buy, and honestly, they're pretty good. About the fans: Yeah, they're actually really good for single colour setups. If you want fully addressable RGB, then get LL120/140 fans from Corsair. Airflow seems great, everything is under 40C.
More something for architectute.
I sure did! I woke up at 5 AM to go to a Canada Computers store to get the motherboard, SSD, and power supply. The build went well, took about three hours until windows install. I’m very happy with how it went.
As of right now, I don’t have much thoughts about software, but am thinking of trying CAD in the future.