So I started out with a G4560 and a evga 1050 Ti back in april 2017. Allthough I soon realized the dual core and the 1050 Ti weren't enough for me. Don't get me wrong.. they are good parts but I wanted more. So I got a 1080 ti and a locked i7 7700 since i had a b250 motherboard anyway and didn't want to spend even more on a Z270 motherboard. The 100r from corsair is a nice case but it didn't really give me a "high end" feel. I fell in love with the fans from Enermax after I saw a video of them on youtube. The only downside is that they are custom 6 pin connectors and not 4 pin pwm. So you need to plug them into a fan hub that comes with the 6 pack. But I bought them anyway because they look so gorgeous [EDIT]. I also managed to grab some extensions from cable mod while they were on sale. And last week I ordered the in win 303 and the noctua cooler. The In Win is a really nice case but a nightmare to build in it. The HDD and SSD bay are so closely mounted to the case that if you have an L shaped Sata power connector you wont be able to plug them into the SSD or the HDD without breaking the connectors. And there are NO cable tie down points in the case. I mean.. cmon In win.. I expected better from a brand that makes some cases that cost well over 1000 bucks. But it just looks sooo good with the enermax fans. The build looks just epic in my opinion.
if you have questions let me know
EDIT: I took the enermax fans out.. they are garbage.. after 3 months3 of the 6 fans started to make a rattling noise.. bought noctua fans now
Expensive but cools the CPU well. Idle temps are quite high at 42C but I think thats because the intake from the bottom is blocked by the video card and no cool air gets pushed directly to the cooler. That way the CPU cooler recycles the hot air from the GPU. During gaming the CPU goes never over 64C ish. So that makes me think that its because of the restricted airflow.
Looks beatiful but there are no cable tie down points.. and l shaped sata power connectors wont fit since the drive mounts are mounted so closely to the case. And the Airflow for the CPU is quite bad. Taking the side panel off reduces cpu temps by at least 5°C.
Wireless Network Adapter
Works great! No issues whatsoever and the installation process was really easy
Great but way too expensive over here in switzerland