3x 140mm fans :D
Don't need it with the 2700X lol. Also, it's a 420mm rad haha.
CableMod, PSU cables were way too stiff and the combs that came with it were too tight.
Blame my perfectionism haha
I hope so!! Haha fingers crossed
CPU is 55-58C and GPU is 49-52C after an hour of Ghost Recon Wildlands. No overclocks. Not sure about fan RPM but it's super silent.
Thanks so much :)
Thank you :D
Black fittings go great with white coolant!
It runs Edge even better ;)
Thanksssss so much
I'd love to be featured! If only haha. Thank you <3
Thanks <3 me too
Hahaha how do features work anyways? How often do they choose?
Yeah I know haha
I know, I just preferred the room for expansion
Thank you! It's using an integrated card; the 2400g comes with Vega 11 graphics
Haha thank you
I got it before I got the case, the first case I got was a mini-ITX case but it came defective so I ordered this one instead.
Not too bad. Will upgrade the CPU soon :)
Lmao yeah I already had the GPU and the guy I was building it for only had a little left for the CPU. Will upgrade soon.
No, you can only use one. If you want to do SLI, you'll have to go back to the regular layout.
It's an awesome monitor, I love it!
Yeahhh I had to use an older Ryzen to upgrade the BIOS but if you buy the motherboard new, it should come updated, if not you can send it to the manufacturer and they should do it for free.
I love it!!! It's awesome and perfect for gaming.
Yep! $60 on Amazon haha. I should probably update the listing...
Some cheap ones I found off Amazon, they're pretty generic. Don't remember which ones exactly tho, I just remember adding a bunch of different ones to my cart. Haha.
Mine is 34 inches! It's very sturdy :)
It's in the back of the case! Haha
I needed only 4 but it was cheaper to buy the 3 pack haha plus now I have extras in case I need them.
THANKS SO MUCH!
Hahaha so true.
Very good. It runs cool and quiet!
Thanks! I'll be away from my PC for a few days but to answer your question I've made a little drawing for you; it's color coded to help with explanation: https://imgur.com/a/5l7MZ3i
The orange are the "brackets" that we'll be cutting. You can use a dremel, but I suck at tools LOL so I used this instead: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000NQ4OYO/
The white rectangle is our supposed GPU that we'll be mounting and we'll assume the position of the video outputs in the back which are the green rectangles. The red is where we'll be cutting to allow for room for the cables to connect to the card.
It's pretty simple really, if you want you can go ahead and cut all the brackets entirely since the GPU vertical mount kit that I hope you'll be using (http://a.co/bWTKLh3) will pretty much cover it all anyways.
Hope that helps!
Hahaha thanks! I remember back in the FX days when it was so hard to find an AMD board that wasn't red. I know RGB can be pretty cringey but IMO it helps with color flexibility <3
Anytime! Let me know how it goes if you decide to go for it :)
Actually, with the exception of one of the photos, they were all taken with the side panel off.
It's really the colors I'm having issues with, at least when it comes to the LEDs. They're just... washed out and not as bright and colorful as they are in person. I'm going through everyone's builds and it's one thing they seem to get right.
I guess I'll just play around with the settings. I was originally going to ask what your settings were, then you mentioned you used your phone lmao. Thanks anyways tho!
Seriously?? A mobile phone? Lmao. I've been struggling to take good photos of my PCs LEDs using a $1000 camera and here people are using their phones taking better photos than me hahaha.
Take a look, the colors are washed out: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/8LbXsY