JDawn and zachb are correct, flipping the AIO so the tubes are on top, turning the AIO fans around and putting them on the other side of the radiator, and putting the GPU in the top PCIe slot would all be beneficial.
Very good build overall, though. Nice job!
This was likely built several years ago and the prices listed are the current prices inflated by sellers due to low stock
Damn, didn't see that. Yeah, that's very overpriced for a used build.
Those are the current prices, probably a lot cheaper when built
B450 Max motherboards from MSI come with BIOS supporting 3rd gen Ryzen out of the box
Ah I thought you mean turn the radiator itself around, which would put the tubing against the case. Yes, that's the best orientation.
Flip the fans, not the radiator.
Nice build. Could you link the wallpaper?
No problem, saw your build and saw when his birthday was and thought "why not"
Happy late 31st birthday to him
The boi in this post isn't using the negative connotation; it's just a fun nickname given to the build.
That case isn't the S2, that's the Meshify C with the clear TG panel
It's a reference to JayzTwoCents.
Plug it into the graphics card to use that as the graphics driver.
The H500 airflow is quite good but I agree on changing the positioning, he should put the fans on the other side and flip them
Nicely done! Looks like you don't have any airflow to the GPU though, so i would say take that top fan and put it in the bottom fan spot on the front. You might get some better GPU temps that way.
Holy... it's beautiful. This better be featured.
Nice job. You could experiment a little by putting the far right exhaust fan as a pull fan on the CPU cooler, might be of more use there. Right now, it looks like it's just pulling air away from the cooler.
Spotted on Reddit. Nice job man
Nice looking build?
Do those case fans plug directly into the motherboard?
That's odd. In the US you can find it on Gigabytes website, Newegg, and now on here. Try limiting your search to Gigabyte.
Nice looking build. I have that same monitor. How's it working out for you?
Great looking build. Upload more pics!
Looks pretty good! Like someone else said, I would sell that Samsung monitor in favor of one of the cheaper MSI 144Hz monitors.
No, it's definitely the RGB version. I don't know what the deal is.
A few recommendations: move the GPU to the top PCIE slot, move that top fan farther to the rear to get more heat off the VRMs (it's currently just pulling cool air out of the case before it reaches any components), put the top dust filter on to catch any dust that might fall in, and work on the cable management. Other than that, great build!
Damn, got me
Thanks, will do
Looking good. Nice job, man
Hot damn, that looks good
Dear God. This is stunning. I envy you. Keep up the good work, man!
I've heard from several people that the on-board audio on this motherboard is atrocious, so that's probably why.
Read the last paragraph of the description. He's probably ordered one to replace whatever he has in the pics.
Amazing look, dude! Nice work.
Also, how do you like that case? I'm considering getting the black version for my next build, and was wondering if it was worth it.
Man, for a slightly bigger budget than what I had, you made something much more powerful and much nicer looking. Good job, man!
Hey, I remember seeing this on Room Tour Project by RandomFrankP. You've done some good improvements since then, I see. Nice job, man! Your time and dedication has paid off!
Looks sweet! I'm about to start a white build for a friend and I'm hoping it looks as good as this.
Not too bad, but that cable management could use a little work. Also, why isn't your gpu in the top pcie bracket?
Looks pretty good
Looks seriously good. Great job, man!
Yeah, I plan on adding some system to the back of the desk to help hold all of the cables out of view. Thanks for the suggestion!
This. Looks. Amazing.
Dude. This looks sick.
Go to the cooling section on the page and choose the ones that look best to you. The ones that came with your AIO should be fine, so you could go with those ones.
Yeah, mods are what drew me into buying it on PC. As for a better headset for $80, the Void is probably one of the best pairs out there, so don't worry too much.