Tried can't find it. Never mind.
The strip that comes with the case :)
I wanted the money to buy the ETN so I'm just using my spare screen for now. Like I said I'm hoping this pays off so I can completely redo my set up.
I've had this PSU for almost 2 years now I believe, never had a problem with it. I had a Corsair PSU before and the coil-whine was so bad I had to get rid of it. Looking at a SeaSonic for the next build. Thanks for the heads up!
Thanks! I'm not 100% sure whats up with yours but mine worked the first time I ran the software it was just there? Not sure if bios could effect something like that but might be worth checking your have the most up to date.
Most online retailers in the UK have the newer case in black, if your based in the US I believe your out of luck as I don't think any retailer has it over there.
It's packed up at the moment so I can't measure it sorry. I'm sure you can find what you need on Aerocools Website though.
Glad you like it :)
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Coupec/saved/#view=WggbjX Just under £1300 could be less too without a few extras. :D
Budget :( So much went into looks didn't have much for performance.... but thats what the wife wanted lol I could have built a r7 1700 with GTX 1070 and still had money spare if look wasn't an issue
Thank you! I'm so glad you like it!
Yes I would! It's an amazing case and I do believe they have just released a revised one so try get hold of one of them! Comes with some rgb fans I think :) they look sweet wish they were out when I put mine together :(
Thanks bud! I hoped someone was ganna notice :D
I'm honestly not sure about the AIO AS I haven't tested it the other way and really the temps are fine.
The monitor I'd highly recommend! I really don't see a need for g sync with this screen, no tearing or any screen artefacts or anomalies. It's perfect!
Awww bud that's crappy :( Most places would still give you a copy if they had some left? I actually bought my GPU a week before the promotion started but Overclockers UK are amazing and gave me a code anyway :D
I plan too later down the line, budget didn't allow me right now :( going to stick a NZXT Kraken in maybe around November hopefully:)
It's the mouse charger and receiver :)
I dont know about the US but over in the UK you can find it at most of the biggest online part sellers. Hope that helps :D
I'm not really sure what that link is for? But here is the part picker link for the p5
I managed to find all the parts and the ram your using for instance I have used a number of times in my builds and have them on my parts lists. I'm not sure how you struggling but anyway I love the build and the wall mounted case is amazing! Very clean and tidy, good cable management +1 from me :D
Nice set up but your parts list is very very wrong. The HDD, Rad, Ram, Case and PSU are completely wrong. You also havent listed the fans Corsair HD im guessing from the look of them? You should really make sure you have the right parts listed but nice build all the same :D
You say windows boots in 2 seconds? Could you maybe post a video of that? And are we talking about 2 seconds from the push of the power button? Really nice looking build but you need to get a better sli bridge.
Yh its a really god rad and it comes with six fans which is nice if you dont want to spend more on others, which in my case would have saved me loads but wanted the white leds
The case has 3 3.5 bay's, not sure why it's coming up as incompatible.
Fits and works fine anyway :D
Just noticed I had the wrong HD listed as well so thank you for making me look.
Ahh nice! Let me know how it goes! :D
Rub it in LOL its actually killing me now haha beating myself up so bad about it going for the i7 :(
The temperatures are reasonable, never going above 75c overclocked to 4.8 and sitting at 40ish at idle in a fairly hot room near a heater. Just keep in mind I have replaced the stock fans with Corsair ML120 so that I imagine is going to have had an effect and I only have 5 on there due to space. Not sure my build will be a good enough test for the reliability of this rad but from how I have it set up I'm I'm very happy with it :)
Oh really? That's so not cool :(
Its not been too bad, doesn't make much in the way of noise, the fans are louder.. I've got 5 ml120 fans on the rad just one missing at the bottom due to space but I don't think its effected the performance by too much, all in all im very happy with it.
Got it off eBay OEM Key so its protected but if it does get deactivated I'll sort a new one out from the seller.
Im so glad you like it!
Thats why I ended up picking this case in the end, this case looks so nice and is very functional instead of just looking great :)
Thank you so much for all the feedback and the fantastic reception this builds received! :D :D :D
Not many people have, I liked the 460X too but again felt it was very rushed by Corsair and could do with improvement :)
More people really need to use this case!
Your right but I just feel like I've missed out being part of something big like Ryzen :(
I hope so :D
There are 2 versions of the case, one with the glass and one with plastic.
Updated description, there was a few reasons it was a little over done, the price of the parts being a big decider, had a friend that was going to build a PC bought a number of parts then decided not too and he went back to his PS4.... let me have the parts for half price new.
Used some wire to pull the GPU up, isn't too bad, updated pictures of it.
I want to put a 360 rad at the front, I think the 120 looks a little out of place cant go wrong with a bigger rad anyway :D will look nice when its added. I've been looking into a brace but cant really find any for a good price in the UK :( seems most are made in the US and cost crazy to import... Thinking maybe of changing to a smaller card, not sure yet see how it goes.
There is a fair bit of sag sadly due to the weight of the card :( Hoping a Z270 board will fix that later on in the year tho
Thanks for the information :D
So you managed to get them to line up to the holes? :D
How do you manage to fit the rad with the front SP120 case fans?
Didn't use an adapter. The 2 fans on the cooler run off of one socket and the 2 front case fans also run off one with the other 3 case fans just running off headers making 5. The Sabertooth S has 10 or so fan headers so I could easily fit more :D
As for a controller, you can just use the software in the bios (which is what I've done) or download any you need on desktop.
Probably a problem with your drive then, unplug it then plug it back in, check you have it in the right socket also.
Yes I did, first start up.