Thank you. Getting featured would be awesome :)))
Haha thanks so much
Apple look, not so Apple performance. I love it! Great shots <3
Nope! Not at all
It's not split, they're 2 individual cables :D
What do you mean? For the GPU?
It's actually not that close! Haha it just looks that way. Temps are great :) nice and cool
Nope! Not at all. Just a little annoying to get it in there the first time.
Video storage lol
Great build! Congrats on the feature :D
Corsair LL fans 140mm
What do you mean?
Thank you!! It all depends on how long you're willing to wait haha. I'm impatient so I like everything now and upgrade later maybe
Thank you!!! Yeah RIP my wallet eh
Thanks!! And idk that's a PCPP bug apparently haha
Thank you!! And nah, I'm probably the least skilled LOL
Ayyy lol thanks
Hehehe thank you
Haha it is expensive but hey that's what makes us enthusiasts!
Yepp GPU is cooler most of the time
Crypto miners lol
I bought this GPU back in April for $1,300, no way I was going to get another one at this price haha. Also, I wanted to keep the build simple.
High 40s to low 50s while gaming :)
Correct. I'm running the pump at a constant 10% speed and allowing Vue to run a bit warmer. I also made sure to turn my system off every night since Vue isn't made to be a 24/7 running coolant.
Now you must stay!!
<3 thank youuu
Thank you so much!
Thank you! And that's a good budget for a first build! Good luck :)
Thank you thank you, it took a LOT of planning
It did!! Thank you
Haha distilled ice, maybe ;)
Thanks! I vertically mounted it because of three reasons: 1. the GPU waterblock didn't come with a backplate nor is there one available (as far as I know) so if I had it mounted traditionally (horizontal) it would've exposed the ugly PCB 2. the length of the card interfered with the radiator/fans 3. I wanted the water channels to be visible as the Vue coolant flowed through them and vertically mounting was the only way that could happen without having to look at the underside of the card, if that makes sense :)
First issue is easy, just buy a $50 A6 and use that to update the BIOS to support the 2700X. Second issue has to do with the length of the GPU. Mine was pretty long, but a majority of cards will be fine. And this ONLY becomes an issue if you mount it horizontally. If you mount it vertically it can be any length you want. Third and fourth issue is fine as long as you don't have too many drives.