You can with software, you'd just need the right controller and fans for the case
Honestly each case will be fine, but If you really want me to pick a case, Honestly the Cooler Master H500 looks freakin awesome! I love the two big fans on the front and the way it looks is fantastic. The FSP I would also recommend as well, but the FSP case has somewhat room of cable managment, the H500 looks like the same with the FSP for room. I personally picked the FSP because I loved the simple black design and the armor(ish) style on the front, and if you're looking for airflow the H500 would be for you. Although the H500 looks like a bit of less holes to fit through. Also, I would recommend a 1060 6g against a RX580, but if you found one for cheaper then I understand, and if anything try to get 16gig, but thats just me :)
The FSP case is very good with the airflow, and I am sorry about the late response, and the Stratos looks alright for airflow, the FSP case has little airflow holes infront of it for the fans to suck up
Eh yeah, I guess so. But IMO I think 1 TB is good enough, I mean half of the games I play don't require a lot of space :P but I see why now.
I said I would change it to a 750, and I would choose a corsair liquid cooler. You're judging on how the specs I would change, and what's with the hostility? It's MY opinion and it's how much I want to spend.
If I were you I wouldn't go for this as your first build, first off that price isn't really good. I was able to get my 1080 and I7 at 1.3K, and even then going with a 1080 is overkill, there's a build guide that I've made that you probably could look at, but I wouldn't go with this one. The powersupply is pretty low, you could get a corsair 750 watt for about 4$ more. Eitherway, but that's just how I think about this build, but feel free to build it if you want.
He probably chose the I5 for gaming purposes.
here's userbenchmark: http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i5-7500-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-1500X/3648vs3921
but this was meant to be portable too, if this was a computer meant for you know, editing and stuff then you'd probably would want the R5. but the I5 almost is pretty damn good with the 7500, and even then my 2500k lasted about 6 years and now it's running as a miner, but still makes a good amount.
You would save a lot of money just going for a regular 1080, no use in buying a TI. 550 watts is not too good, but just prefer the Corsair 750 watt, it's litterly only 4 bux more, I prefer seagate and samsung for SSD and harddrives, and you could save some just buying a liquid cooler that's ten bux less than what you have right now. Otherwise those changes if they were made it would be a great gaming computer
Well, I don't know if parts are power efficient but it's still best to get atleast 650 to 800 watts, I don't see why you need 1000 watt unless you really need a lot of power, a lot of builds I've gotten wasnt even low to 550, but still best to stay in between 600 and 800
SSD help you a lot, so it wouldn't be bad getting an SSD and a hardrive, this is a budget build so going for a 1070 isn't going to be very helpful, like 100-200$ more and a no no on vega card. 16gb of ram is useful for games like battlefield 1 but if you don't plan on having games like that then just get 8gb.
so what is this pc going to be used for is my question, you would probably save some more money just getting a I5-7500, and probably get a 750 watt, and I don't see why you need 2 TB of space.
It's not bad, but it could use changes, gaming combos are really good with I5 and the 10 series from what I've heard.
Yeah, but you're adding an extra 200 bux. Unless you're going to mine with this, it isn't going to be worth upgrading to a TI since you already have a 1080 with this setup.
I think it's ok, although I would change my power supply to atleast 750 watt from corsair, and then a cheaper case because IMO I don't like how it looks. I use and prefer seagate drives and a samsung SSD, and that liquid cooler could be cheaper at corsair for around 40$, that's what I would really change.