Discussion in 'Case Central' started by ThundyCat, 10 Jan 2014.
Modded a Kolink Citadel Mesh to accept 3x120mm fans at the front.
I added a screen to my setup
New build from 3 days ago.
Here are two quick (terrible) photos of my new PC. I have quickly edited them to remove the brand name.
This is a replacement for my eight year old PC (FX-8350, 16GB DDR3 1600MB, RX 570 (upgraded from an HD7950)).
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU
16GB HyperX DDR4 3200Mhz
8GB AMD Radeon 5700 GPU
512GB M.2 Western Digital SSD
2TB Seagate data HDD
Intel AX200NGW WiFi 6 card
I really like the look of the Omen Pre-Builds, the case is really nice That's quite the upgrade too!
Thank you! Yes me too - it looks really good in the flesh too. Got a great deal and yes a huge upgrade for Christmas (and with an old 1080P screen not worth going much higher really)!
Ready for Cyperpunk 2077 (which I am enjoying!)
Couldnt find an itx case that did everything i wanted so i built one.
3700x with noctua nhl-9x65
corsair 450w gold sfx
3tb 3.5" hdd
2 x 2.5" ssd
DSCF8058-Edit by Phil watson, on Flickr
Impressive, how long did this take you?
Thanks, its 3d printed so not that long really. Maybe a week or so of fiddling about.
Is that panelling behind your monitor or wallpaper? got a link? looks lovely.
6900 XT Red Devil Limited Edition
Decade old Fractal Design case was finally replaced yesterday with a P500A
I forgot how much I hate PC building. Luckily only ever 10 years
How does everyone cope with 10+ fans
I have 5 running low speed / low noise and it’s its loud enough. Running 3 very good quality 140mm fans at near 100% i can hear them over my open headphones when gaming. 10 must sound like a jet taking off
It's not that bad, if you have a few rads in you can quite easily run them at a relatively low rpm. I run around 800rpm idle which is silent and around 1400rpm while gaming.
The Xtia Xproto open case. Quite a fun but challenging build due to the lack of space. I had the Corsair LL120's already ahead of time but I definitely do not recommend them for something where space is so tight due to needing the corsair commander and rgb box which I had to take both out of their plastic housing to make it work.
Thermals are great off the bat so far so lots of OC headroom. 5800x @ 47c in auto OC mode using Ryzen master so far. 3070 again not stretching too hard but waiting for the bigger brother card to fit there once stock is possible.
Edit - any tips to resize these photos?
That is sexy!
These are 3D panels, currently unavailable on Amazon - LINK. Thank you!
Nice build! The industrial design of the Founders Edition is practically made for that case (if you can call it a case... let's say frame). Had my eye on the xproto for a while, but that price. How are your VRM and Mobo temps? Optimum Tech's CPU/GPU benchmark results using open-air are too good to ignore, need to get one or something similar, but cheaper
Nice case @Guest2
Swapped over the motherboard so thought i'd take a shot whilst I was putting it back together.
No LGBTQRGB found here.
Nice, what fans are those? Some slight LGBTQRGB from the GPU when powered on
Made a base instead of sitting mine on carpet
Also an GPU upgrade...
They're the standard Phanteks ones, I forget the model number. Impressively quiet, same with the Arctic ones.
Thankfully just W
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