Sorry for the late response, I used this(link below) riser at the time because it was literally the only one that was cheaper than the brand names. You can still use your pci slots which is a nice bonus too. Many a thanks as well.
I'll leave it to your imagination.
I don't expect that mouse mat to stay clean for long. "Mayonnaise" stains. In all seriousness move your video card up to the top pcie slot. You may need to flip you AIO radiator but its not just for aesthetics. There a potential speed cut on the lower slots. Also route the 8-pin and 24-pin behind the motherboard tray. Will be much cleaner. Otherwise not that bad.
Hello again and nice build. I've had Ryzen for awhile now. It's wonderful. Wish AMD did this the first time around. How yours working for ya?
Still around? Wondering how that 980 ti still holds up.
Beautiful build! What do you do that requires RED footage?
Needs more mismatched storage drives. Good build but cables could be straightened.
The darkness hides the bad quality tho.
You need a 5v 3 pin RGB controller. Google Phanteks PH-CTHUB_DRGB_01. Just happened to be the same brand but I doubt it has to be.
Nice job on the paint for the AIO. If I didnt know better Id say its was manufactured like that. Some better peripherals could hurt though.
Sorry about that. Wont happen again.
Ever get the P350X connected to the motherboard? Have the same problem as you.
Looks good. Why did you use that god awful cable for the gpu. Pretty sure your psu has 2 6+2 pin PCIe cables.
I have no words that can describe this. Perhaps it needs none.
Why didn't you just run cool tap water through the loop while you were at it. Seems like a great idea aside from calcium buildup.
Serious question begins here.
Any idea what the power draw on the entire setup is?
This build is 99% random old parts I had. The cpu was the only part bought and that was nothing.
Ballin build you got there. Needs more triangles.
You could make a portable one with a 1070 or something and call it vosik.
Perhaps he/she/it will aquire a 4K monitor in the future, get a VR headset, wants future proofing, or just plain likes high frame rates. Hard to know when they only list specs.
Love the Kool aid in the loop
Good build. FX is aging though and if I’m being honest it was never really good to begin with. If you could upgrade to Ryzen it would make a huge difference in the performance although with current DDR4 prices you may need to shop around for a good deal. For an FX build it’s pretty ballin though.
Neat build. Nice to know I'm not the only one with a random sub-par asus 1080p monitor. Isn't your profile pic an icon from Halo?
A 250 GB SSD and 1 TB HDD work out fine for me. Even with around 55 games I only use up about 550 gigs( your mileage may vary) on the hard drive and 100 on the SSD(again, very personal) . But as he said, he has a 2 TB one , so it doesn't matter.
But can it do math like my TI-1450?
Very nice build. Be better if that horrid intel stock heat sink wasn't there but its still nice.
The only problem I have is with the USB WIFI adapter. Get a PCIE one as (in my opinion) they look and perform better. Overall Nice build.
Yeah but they don't have 2011 printed on the heat spreader for no reason and, for some reason, the 970a krait edition boards are ridiculously expensive. On ebay a used board cost the same as Ryzen 3 1200 and an ASRock A320M M-ATX board combo.
No I didnt buy them new. I yanked them out of an old pre-built I had. if it was up to me I'd have used ryzen but it is what is, and that is crap.
works for me
Was the 1050 really necessary for light gaming? I mean power is power but i hate to see it go to waste.