Thanks ! ;)
Very Nice Love It
:) system was updated to a 1080Ti when it was released also I used the 6700K in another build this has the 7700K now and the board had issues and was changed to the gaming GT :)
Yeah I looked at that one but my RAM choices are too High for it :( and I cant use the RIIING green fan above it as its too high :(, it looks good though it was on my list of potential coolers :(
The Case is pretty good but like most mITX cases it can be a struggle, the 1080 FTW just fits but it's surprising how cool it stays in its compartment. A modular PSU may remove one of the PSU cables, getting the PSU it self in can be a pain as there are screws down the side toward the front a magnetic screwdriver is a must here, and on some mainboard you will have to try and plug in many of the cables before you pop the board into place :) the CPU with my cooler allows the standard 120mm case fan to be installed above it. It's a little bigger then the 202 but has more cooler options for the CPU as it allows a little more height for the cooler.
Correction the platform is Leadex not Ledex my iPad kept changing it
They generaly do however I believe that MSI introduced independent fan control on the Twinfrozer models some time ago so it's possible it only requires cooling on that half of the card.
Do you have a fan blowing directly on it?
Do both fans spin on startup?
Can you manually get them both to spin in software does the fan that's not spinning ever spin at all?
This is correct, this unit is a single rail unit based on the Super Flower Ledex platform, its rail delivers 108AMPs on the +12V rail, the OCP would not trip at 24 or 25AMPs, the 5V and 3.3V Rails can supply 24AMPs combined so unless there's a serious fault it's not the PSU there's a problem with your system if your pulling high AMPs from these. There is nothing on CPU over clocking shutting down this PSU I can even find. So it's another component that has issues or an unfortunate loss in the silicon lottery. There was a recall on these PSUs back in 2011 but that was an overheat issue however any manufactured after the bad batch date don't have that issue which was due to some missing thermal pads. Check out johnnygurus review of this PSU and the ledex platform it's an extremely well build PSU that would produce easily enough AMPs for multiple GPUs and decent overclocks. yes I know it's an older thread but I agree with the poster above miss information can sway people away from a good product. XX -Bexy
Seem to work really well push quite alot of air through the radiator at lower RPMs, and as you can see from my system builds they look great :)
No sorry I don't but it runs most thing maxed at the 3440x1440 :)
No it's a complete second pair of lights
It is clean lmao seriously do people not use their desks lol
That is clean, lol gotta use it I don't live in a display home.
Cisco IP Phone.
Yes if your using sata m.2 :)
It's my ladies lair build :)
It's under my completed builds :)
Lol I couldn't get the 100Hz over clock mine couldn't do it :(
I do like your devision of colour with your LEDs though like Intel on the top AMD on the bottom :) +1
Thanks :) yeah I can't handle messy cables lol
I've never been able to hear the pump at all, meaning it's quieter then my Riing fans and those are pretty quiet :)
Thanks lol :)
Lol I sold one for 350 and the other is going into the lounge media as I just sold the 770 from it lol
It was the only photo with the old 970 turbos and 1080 in the same pic, the other cards are from other current systems here apart from the green 100ME 960 that's my test beds card
Ah well they aren't the white LEDs ones are the black ones but it's hard to see with the white reds ;0 yours is quite a similar build ;)
Thanks, I like my systems neat :)
Lol I got them so cheap I bought 10 so I already had them they don't look as bad as I expected .
Yay it's pink +1 :)
G4400 :) I have one in my testbed, The i3 is a better chip, Nice Budget Build :)
I'll post my system at some point as its not finished and I've only ran tests on the graphics card in it as its getting rebuilt
Same as the one the OP has :)
Love the 1060 got one for our bedroom media/gaming PC today and in MSIs gaming app selecting OC mode it was stable at a 1999MHz boost and didn't throttle back down at all after 2 hours of bench testing :) not bad before even tweaking it :) + 1 for beating me on listing your MSI 1060 Build :)
Thanks I enjoyed building them. I use some RGB LED Strips with remote control you can generally pick them up cheap
love to put that case in my partners Bar as a media system lol
No, no issues with heat at all.
Funny Enough im using the same PSU now on a similar system GTX970, in the Fortress FTZ01B Mini-ITX case :)
Just built a new ITX Games system using the Silverstone Fortress FTZ-01B case! :) its not on here yet as im using an old H97 and Pentium G3258 ATM its going to be a I5 6500 or 6600K but its not finished yet, Its using MSI's 100ME GTX 970 on a 55" 1080P LCD and an XBOX one controller. the graphics card was bought about 5 months before the release of the Nvidia 10 series BTW :) when im done ill post it, looks great with HUE+ lights out all the vents :)
Yay I love white 540s :) I have a 540 and a 240 :)
Never actually timed it, it's fast though, but remember my setups in RAID 0 which has its advantages and disadvantages. However we have 5 machines here all with SSDs and its its just as quick as the other ones. The limit here is that the drive is SATA not PCI-E.
Love the Air 540s, I've used a 540 and 240 in my builds nice system +1
Love the use of the 580 lol, I still have windforce one here I use as a tester card and its still going strong :P Cute system I love White, even though those SSDs are cheap I use to have one that's still going in a friends rig haha
Have had, 6850s, 6870s, and we have a R9 290 still I had to add extra case fans as the 290 would heat up,the whole system and its a Sapphire Tri-x, we run a mixed bag here 3x GTX 970s 1x GTX 980, GTX 770 and an old GTX 660, the 290 is by far the hottest of all the cards and 2x 970s and the 980 are blower style cards. Was going to get a 390 but it's too late in the cycle to get one now, I'm waiting for RX480 benches or the GTX 1060 to replace the 290 :), enjoy you new system though :) love green builds you should check out my lair PC, and I'll be posting our M-ITX Green dragon in the future using MSI's Green GTX 970 that looks similar to your card :) +1
I know lol I was replying to tiny_voices, I agree with you there is generally no temp differences :) I use different Methods depending on the paste :) I've been building systems since I was 15 BTW lol im not new built around 50+ systems, Use to sell PCs :)
Maybe he wanted the 4.0GHz chip over the 3.6GHz, not sure why people got nuts over this as its clear that the chip runs quicker at stock Freqs, it same as buying an i5-4690 as opposed to a i5-4590 the only difference is the clocks.
That's debatable and been tested many times, and can depend on the paste thickness. Look at many reviews and youtube videos.
Forgot to Add I love thermaltake RIING fan its all ive been using now :) the RGB units on my system appear to perform well and they look great :) I love Noctua But the colours I cant use and the PPC line are too pricey :( But these TT RIIING RGBs Ive been using appear to push a lot of air for the noise level and RPM, as well as looking good, both systems ive posted use them, Ive not started on the Core X9 build yet but ill be using them all over it :)
I called thermaltake here in Australia and they did a phone order for the second window panel and it only cost me $25AUD For the panel and $15AUD for post. :)
Not sure whether you can do that where your from but just give their sales/support number a call, I was glad I bought the Thermaltake as the Casemods case I can't get parts for over here :)
Lol yeah we both love our Star Trek ships :)
Hey ;), No the rad won't fit up there, there's is not enough room for a rad and fans, so you can have fans or a rad with no fans even with an itx board installed :( sorry
Hey, a NAS (Network Attached Storage) is used to store data over a network and share it with other network devices, whether it's movies or documents, another use is backups :) most NAS systems are used headless (without a monitor) but generally can do many other tasks that you want also i.e. Downloads, DLNA or DHCP serving. Etc the list goes on :)
To the submitter great build I moved away from retail type nases a few years ago to a Microserver as I got sick of the limitation NAS units like Netgear's readynas had :) +1