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Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 43 months ago
  • 1 point

Yeah, in a way I would like to try it out, and test it to compare see which is the best, just for curiosity. Well thanks for the suggestions.

Comment reply on waffle911's Completed Build: Right Sized

  • 43 months ago
  • 1 point

I bet this is going to 9gag. There is the banana for scale. you only need the fps banana scale. Overall, really nice and clean build. +1

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 43 months ago
  • 1 point

You wont even notice when you reach far lands. (To be honest I don't play minecraft but a friend was able to played smoothly on a Intel HD4000 So I bet my king that is holding my PCI fans straight [Pic 8-10] that it will run well).

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

I saw a video form NCIX tech tips and Techquickie about the m.2 and now I'm more interested on that. But for the moment this SSD I have will have to due (kind off broke since I bought the 1070 for relatively low price but still) I'll wait to save some money and find a good m.2 for a good price. I saw your built and the Hue+ looks really good with your build. I'll be seeing it during the sales as well as the m.2. Thanks for sharing your opinions and advises.

Comment reply on LastRaven17's Completed Build: Black Abyss

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

+1 Really good build. Now I see what you were saying about the Hue+, it is actually really good the way you set up. I love the color coordination of your build.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the advise, I'll be checking on that, but for now the SSD I have will do. With the LED, I'll see if in blackFriday see if the NZXT Hue+ goes any cheaper. The LED RGB I have were pick from Ebay for about $8 so I can complain about them. (Use to no like the Open PCI I had to leave for the USB cable to pass to but, I use the PCI bracket of the fans to cover it pushing it when I was putting the fans.) and The LED RGB does actually make my PC stand more I really like it. I have hear really good thinks about the Hue+, so I'll see. Thanks for the advises again.

Comment reply on LutzHerrmann's Completed Build: "SnowPlow" 1060/i5-6600k

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

+1 Nice build, and cable management. I used the same case and at the beginning didn't have good cable management. After I upgrade my 960 for 1070 decide to took it apart (to cleaned) but to make a better layout. One thing I can tell you is that try to rotate your CPU fan so you can hide the excess cable under it. and raise your front panel fans a bit up if you want better airflow to the case (or just switch to 2x140mm fans which will fill the whole space). But besides that there is not much to tell you. The only thing I regret about this case is that I didnt pick up the white one (there was a best deal in the black one when I bought it). If you could check at mine and give me some opinions I would appreciated

Comment reply on Fleacircus's Completed Build: Tesseract

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Glorious PC Master Race. That computer looks amazing. Great Job. Saw this post early today, forgot to comment. Funny is that I went to reddit looking for something and saw the name. went to post and then back here just to leave you a comment. I bet it took you a while to put everything together, but it is amazing. Good Job with that.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the comment, and yeah it does, is a cheap LED RGB strip that connect via USB but it make my PC looks better. (had to auto-correct myself)

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

No problem.

Comment reply on teh_uNborn's Completed Build: teh_uNborn's RIG 2016

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice, freaking great green build. love it. +1

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Using the Acer R240HY bidx 23.8 60hz

I OC it to 75hz and it looks better than 60hz (was able to go to 78hz but when try 79 it didn't work so left it to 75hz)

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks is from GELID Solutions SL-PCI-02 120mm PCI Slot Fan Holder used it when I had my 960 to decrease temps, but my 1070 doesn't seem to benefit of it when is a load. but when idle use to be 40C now it 35C.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the comment. For the fans beneath the GPU Im using GELID Solutions SL-PCI-02 120mm PCI Slot Fan Holder. At first I bought them for my GTX960 I had that was getting temp close to 80 C and it actually help taking like 6C (my 1070 only seems to decrease 1C when is at full load, only on idle form 40C to 35C), and surprisingly it also decrease the temps on my CPU like 2-3C (is something). You are right with the Fractal I later found out that they are not 4 pins, but I did had one in a pmw control that help me regulate the noise of one (for the other one I use the voltage regulator, only had 2 pmw fan headers.) I bought a fan splitter and connect both fans to it. now I can control the speed of both through the motherboard pmw fan header.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss V.1.5

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Great that you like it, and yeah but after this, what is left is just expand memory and see how much I can OC the CPU using the Hyper 212 EVO. I just need to learn well how should I do it. is my first PC so I'm bit careful with what I do. Thanks for you opinion and the advise

Comment reply on Aguy12's Completed Build: First PC Build

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

yeah since you have a side panel Window it will look better if you fixed. I upload my pc with the upgraded and better cable management than before called Abyss V.1.5 you can look at it it may give you an idea for how you want to do yours. Hope it helps.

Comment reply on superboots's Completed Build: Silento

  • 44 months ago
  • 2 points

Great Built, and really good cable management. +1

Comment reply on pauljsen's Completed Build: My first PC build

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Great and clean build, really organize. and the cable management is on point. Love to see those type of build with great Cable management. +1 Just going to recommend if you are interested to cover the pcb of your GPU look at http://www.v1tech.com/shop/backplates/evga-design-backplates/ for backplates.

Comment reply on bruno.galilea's Completed Build: Exoniuz Build

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

hi +1 nice build, cable management you did what you could with what yo have which is nice. The GPU holder doesnt look straight but if work is fine. I just have one question. where you got the panel for SSD that is on the right. Im interested on that for future add more drives.

Comment reply on Aguy12's Completed Build: First PC Build

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build. and great choose of CPU and GPU. I would just recommend making a better cable management. you could route the front panel connectors using the whole right above the PSU . I have the same case and yeah it is kind off tricky to fix cables but if you try you can. (dont look at my first build, I have make cable management while I had it and upgrate the 960 for a 1070. I'll be putting and update for it and you may look at how did I set the cables when I do it. just for example or you could look at others with the same case.) but overall it is a nice ring you have there. +1

Comment reply on mikey6p's Completed Build: Mike's Build

  • 44 months ago
  • 2 points

Nice work with the Cable management. +1

Comment reply on DLEWISLEE's Completed Build: Ed - The Budget Build

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice Build. The only thing I regret on choosing this case is I pick up the black one (was on sale when I bought, didn't thought it better) overall the case is nice.

Comment reply on MR_Watson's Completed Build: Project Blanca- 6700k/GTX 1070 w/Liquid AIO

  • 44 months ago
  • 2 points

Really Nice looking white and black build. I was going to do something like that but the prices on my some parts were to low for let them pass. In a way a regret that I didn't stick with the color theme I wanted but Im happy with my PC. (have EVGA 1070 just haven't post upgrade) Cable management is really good it makes me feel like I really want to buy white cable extension just to fix again (already fix them) but using white cables. I just wonder did you OC your GPU as well, wonder which were your offsets. got my stable +235 Core and +560 memory. want to if I can push it more haven try yet but most reviews have something like that.

Besides all the other stuff Great Build. before I forget check at this site http://www.v1tech.com/shop/backplates/rog-sli-bridge/ if you want to add a backplate to your GPU see if you find something that fit with your theme.

Comment reply on CommanderClueless's Completed Build: Shining Abyss

  • 44 months ago
  • 1 point

I bet the "abyss" comes from how empty this build left your wallet (my is called abyss breaker, since for my wallet and how broke I was after it). Joking aside, this is a powerful nice PC, would recommend better cable management and some sort of led to show the inside. overall this is a good pc, I would love to have a 980ti, but to broke for that now. Have a good one

Comment reply on uzumi98's Completed Build: my first gaming pc

  • 46 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks for answering. This case look really nice, and I just wandering which fans should I use for it. I'll be looking forward during sales. Thanks again.

Comment reply on richlee111's Completed Build: ROG Swift 1440 GTX 1070 Gaming Build

  • 46 months ago
  • 1 point

Hi I'm looking forward to upgrade my case to this case, and I have a question would you recommend static pressure fans for the intake, since the front kind off cover it so it pulls more are or airflow fans. Also while using static pressure for intake, should I use airflow for outtake for top and rear. Thanks. nice build by the way

Comment reply on uzumi98's Completed Build: my first gaming pc

  • 46 months ago
  • 1 point

Hi I'm looking forward to upgrade my case to this case, and I have a question would you recommend static pressure fans for the intake, since the front kind off cover it so it pulls more are or airflow fans. Also while using static pressure for intake, should I use airflow for outtake for top and rear. Thanks. nice build by the way

Comment reply on NManny's Completed Build: My Second Build

  • 46 months ago
  • 1 point

Hi, nice build, and clean cable management. I have a question where did you get the the cable extension for the 24-pin, and PCI. I want to get those cables on blue, but I don't which extension will work with the power supply original cables. Overall, really nice build.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss Breaker

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

You Ask, I deliver. check on pics 20, 21

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss Breaker

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks. but I can't afford it.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss Breaker

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

I see, I check on AIDA64 now. And thanks, I actually feel that I could done better cable management but since it was first build, and it took me around 6-7 hrs to put it together (I had to read manual which for the case doesn't tell you which screws are for the motherboard) I was like just wanting to see if it turns on. I saw the video of Jayztwocents on youtube on the Fans, with that of reference for good intake airflow I took them. Thanks for the comment.

Comment reply on Gian07's Completed Build: Abyss Breaker

  • 48 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks Let me know, I do the test again and see. I'll download the EVGA PrecisionX 16 and check if the clocks are in stock or lower. If fine I'll leave it like that for the moment, if not I put it back on stock. I will overclock in the future, but for now I will just read and and watch is done. (Never done it before either). Thanks for the comment.

Comment reply on BobDev's Completed Build: Beast PC Build

  • 49 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for answering. And yeah, I saw the video before, but it didn't tell how the fans work. I end up deciding to purchase the case. The mail and rebate will drop it to $40 so it wasn't a bad idea. I also buying 2 Fractal Design HF14-BK 118.2 CFM 140mm Fan to replace the intake, with that at least I will have good fresh air going inside the case. Thanks for the help.

Comment reply on BobDev's Completed Build: Beast PC Build

  • 49 months ago
  • 1 point

How's the Zalman Z9 Neo holding it. Does it feels ok for a first build? and how does the fan perform, do they pull little air or a lot, or it is just ok.
Nice build by the way, I was surprise to see that huge CPU cooler to fit into that case

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