G.Skill software is the worst, always had an issue no matter what I did!... It was either one or two stick not lighting up or LED not in sync with the rest of the color scheme, 2-3 days go by and it works, 4th day back to the same issue... I finally resolved the problem, I sold the Trident Z and replaced them with Corsair's RGB.
Hey' you have money to burn, burn it...lol
That's weird, I have 2 separate AIO on CPU and GPU pumps it doesn't make loud noises or noise that I can hear, the reason why I know my PC is running is the fact I can see through the tempered glass. IDK, you must have very sensitive ears.
Nice compact build, but why buy the Asus ROG RYUO 240 RGB with Digital Display for $221.96 just to cover it up...You could have saved $82.00 going with Corsair H100i Pro and cover it up.
Nice Mobo, too bad you have it cramped and completely covered up. I would go with Corsair or NZXT AIO and take that bulky *** engine block... Yo have a dog or a cat?... I see heavy fur in the case.
He's clearly using the bottom as intake.
Wrong, hybrid GPU. Does use the single fan that the GPU has. Ever heard of VRAM Heatsink?... The fan is there for that specific purpose. The software is there so that you can custom curve both VRAM and Radiator fans.
I see now, there's really no need to do a push/pull on the GPU radiator mount. Thank You!
He didn't. He just took bad pictures in the dark trying to show us the build and was more focus on his corner desk setup.
As nice as your setup looks overall, you forgot the most important part in this (pcpartpicker) site... Showing inside the case, the image it's dark can't see how you arranged the hardware, especially for those with the EVGA 1080Ti FTW3 Hybrid.
Trust me it's not impossible. Just take your time and think about the cable routes, give it a clean flow instead of a cobweb. I mean really though, who checks the back?... Plus you really didn't show us the full case with glass panel anyways... I personally would have routed both GPU at the front.
Crazy, but a Nice! Build!
As much as I love and I do have the Phantek Evolv, one thing is a fact, the case suffers from airflow and I know you must keep the side and front panel off, to keep that "temps are great"
Damn! ($6,741.51) it's either you got money to burn or you're in a battle, measuring who has the longer "stick"
I guess you won?...
I know right, he's created a horrible airflow between the bottom fans and the GPU, like 2 magnets repulsion.
No, it's not going to be ok. It just doesn't make sense at all to have the bottom fans fighting the GPU fans for airflow.
I'm in a love and hate relationship with this case, because it has terrible airflow and Corsair could have done a better job if they really thought out the design.
With this case, it doesn't make a major difference. Unless you take the front glass off. What I would do is elevate the top glass about 1 inch higher or 2 depends on you for better exhaust.
lol...As if the eye candy builds makes a difference.
Nice build overall! Whether for AI Projects, Graphic Operations, Gaming or Entertainment.
Nice!....I wish Phanteks made a mATX version of the Evolv X!!...I would quickly swap my old Evolv mATX TG.
At least he has 4 major ROG "ingredients" for his formula and a 5th being added soon with his Ram T-Force Night Hawk after Asus updates, if not already.
Of course he did. Which is a smart thing for better airflow, now if only Corsair made an option to replace the front panel with mesh for even better intake.
I noticed the image of that EVGA 1080Ti you're holding is different from the list of parts. The one you have is the 1080Ti - SC2 (2 Fan Blower) compared to the list of parts, which shows the 1080Ti - FTW (3 Fan Blower).
Overall it's a nice setup!
Thanks for the info!...Post those pic's up man!
Hey' Nice Build!!...Which 3M Carbon Fiber you used?...Black, Black Gloss or Graphite?
What's with the ASUS X99-M WS?...I seen a few places selling it used and 2 new for about $300-$600!...Did ASUS stop making these??
I've been wanting this case for the longest time, but because of the incompatibility of the EATX I've hesitated to move forward, but you managed to squeeze that EATX without modifying the case with only using 6 screws and that's fine with me.
The ModCables what are the lengths, is it over 600mm?
It's on the Part List. Copy, Paste and Research.
Nicely! Done!....What you did there with the dremel to fit the EATX > Phanteks pretty much Failed on that and should rebuild a v2 of the case with better spacing for airflow.
Nice!...Where did you get the custom extension cables?
Yeah, I might get it or just wait for a new version with the swivel side glass panels like the EVOLV MATX.
Nice! build!...Iv'e been wanting this case, but my Mobo is E-ATX and will not fit properly. I've seen a few squeezing it in, but I don't know....
I hear you on that. I like the case but I do notice, that for my SLI Config (16 x 16) it would be a tight fit or it wont fit, unless I remove the bottom cover? which I don't want to do. My SLI config takes up dual spacing on Mobo between GPU's.....
Pretty nice!..So you couldn't do a push/pull @ top?....was it because that particular case doesn't have enough space @ top?