Really nice how you managed to cram everything ina matx with a loop and still maintain am aesthetic look.
I might go for this case aswell but the only thing i need to know if i can run a tube behind the top radiator/fans, along the motherboard. Or is the top rad already pretty much touching the ram ?
It would give me the option to go for a liquid cooled motherboard.
Really nice! I am looking to do a custom loop in th same case but i read some horror stories about the cooling. Even with the mid evolv.
Although you are even running dual gpu and seem to have stable temperatures.
Any problems with the cooling ?
Im planning on i7-8700k and 2080ti
And inwas curious, i see you removed the basement, i saw Vir1lity doing the same but he said it lost some rigidity. I was curious if you experience the same ?
This might determine if i try to mount the res vertical or horizontal.
Hey, great build!
I am switching from atc to matx with a i7-9700k im curious if you have overclocked yet and if it works well with the mb? i read that only the asus gene is suitable for oc in the m atx genre.
Great build. Drew alot of inspiration from it. Im making almost the same build just a i7 9700k and other mobo.
My real question is however why you use a noctua f12 ? Its mounted at the rear at the case if i am correct ? But arent the f12 for static pressure ?
Wouldnt a chromax model with high airflow instead, be better ?
Im trying to figure out how to airflow the case so im curious.
I saw the gamer nexus review but i will have the x62 kraken as intake so i expected 2 static fans on the radiator of the aio to be better because of the resistance of the radiator.
Thanks in advance
Thanks thats always good to hear!
-Also if someone knows the difference between the aorus z390 master and ultra im interested to know. All i could find is that one has dual and other single bios which seems unjustified for the price difference.
-And lastly how the “EVGA 2080 ti”, dual fan, compares to asus/msi/aorus new triple fan models in performance but more importantly acoustics.