That monitor is amazing! Clean build man! Enjoy!
Clean build!!! :)
I took the photo and added it to my build pictures. You need to remove the front cover from the PC case, and them hold the fans in place on the outside, while you use screws on the inside. The place where the screws go in is great as it gives you the opportunity to customize the location of the fans up and down to your liking.
Nice build! But we need that AIO lighting turned on!
If only you had a team red AMD GPU installed... Still a very nice build!
I'll see if I can take a picture of how I mounted mine and where the screws go in.
Did you ever figure it out?
Absolutely! I have two purple 120mm fans up front. They are super easy to change over. It can also accept two 140mm fans.
If you were lived in the same town as me sure, but to do a first time build long distance is risky. There are a lot of really good youtube videos available to walk you thought the process if you decide to do a build.
From the benchmarks I have seen you are correct that the 1050 and the 560 trade blows with each other on different games, but are nearly identical.
I used to play WoWS on a GTX 1050, and then on a GTX 1050 Ti. So it will be interesting to see how the RX560 does.
As stated previously, go into the BIOS and look for a setting called XMP Profile. Then select the profile that is closest to 3200MHZ.
Nice build by the way!
Neat retro build!
Sharp looking build!
It's not much to look at, but I bet it's rock solid!
Neat little build!!!
You should have no issue playing Fortnite at high settings. I have not personally tested this setup on Fortnite, but from what online testing shows, you would get around 60-65 FPS on high settings with the GTX 1050 Ti. I have not tried to play Battlefield either. Online testing shows an average of 57 FPS on Battlefield 1 with the GTX 1050 Ti on high settings. We must remember that FPS can be influenced by your processor as well. I would assume that the 1300X should work at high settings, but might struggle at Max or ultra settings on some games. I did just watch a YouTube video of someone using a 1300X and GTX 1050 Ti on ultra settings and they were getting 60-85 FPS on BF1. If it was me personally, I would get a GTX 1060, as that would give you some head room to grow as newer more demanding games become available.
I have played Sea of Thieves, World of Warships, Rocket League, and Prison Architect. On Sea of Thieves I ran at medium settings and got between 29-70 or so FPS. On World of Warships I ran at very high settings and got 55-75 FPS. I don't remember what the settings or FPS were on Rocket League. Prison Architect doesn't take much to run so I don't have numbers for that game either.
Honestly it's not great. I did what I could with what I had.
WOW!!! Well done!!!