Looks awesome man! Love white builds and it all goes together very well! All the effort paid off, +1 :)
This build is underappreciated. Not a bunch of flashy lights so it didn't hook people into giving it +1s in order to get the feature. But its so well coordinated and looks really good while still managing very solid price to performance. +1
Very Clean! Feature worthy in my opinion, great job!
1070ti is solid choice for sure, no need for 20 series unless you're really interested in Ray-Tracing. My PC is holding up great, can't believe its been over 2 years since I made it. The paint I used is Rustoleum Acrylic Enamel Paint+Primer, Glossy white. Found it in the automotive section of Walmart. Here's the video I used to do it, https://youtu.be/JChWZ9pokaw
Many months later there is a slight bit of sag that you can't really notice unless you're looking for it at a dead on angle
I was just looking over the comments on this build and saw yours and realized I left you hanging! I'm really sorry lol I tried to reply to every comment guess I didn't read this one through. If you still wanna play overwatch with me my battle.net ID is Girth#11633
Sorry I replied 6 months late.... :/
I do play games lol. The angle of the monitor doesn't really bother me
What happened his comments? xD
You rekt him dude dang. Couldn't have said it any better myself
+1 just for that xD
I am aware of the fan setup not being optimal. However, I don't want the side with the wire and the tag to be the side seen.
Both very good. Running 4.5Ghz at 1.312v
My ATH-M50x headphones sound great.
Thank you! Glad you liked it :D
Alright yeah you'll be good just make sure you get auto-paint that is good at bonding to metal. I used this video to paint mine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JChWZ9pokaw
I assume you mean what fan. Its the corsair SP 120mm. You can find the link and stuff in the partlist
Nope the automotive paint I got had primer already in it. Just get some good quality auto paint. If you've used your CPU cooler already just make sure the surface is clean of particles and oil
Yeah that was my intention, light really reflects off of glossy white very well.
Thanks for looking at my build and giving it a +1 :D
Went to check on my own featured build, but found this there instead. You deserve the featured build too :P. +1
Thank you! Glad you.liked it :D
Thank you! :D
Yeah, If I painted the top of that white it would look pretty great. But my current cpu cooler looks great already.
If you're not sure you could always look to see if someone has mentioned it. Which 4 people have... yes they're facing to exhaust because the tag and wire are on the other side.
There are tutorials online, its done in windows through NVIDIA graphics for me.
Very minimal because its only the top of the top-most fin. Than fan doesn't even blow there. However some heat may get trapped there a little bit more. My CPU only reaches 74C on load with a 4.5 Ghz, so its still doing fine.
Thanks m8! :)
Impressive how high you were able to get the 6400's clock speeds up! How did you do that? Its not a K chip...
I'm sure going from 2.7 Ghz to 4.4Ghz gave you a lot of added cpu performance!
No, I live in the US. I got it at www.galaxstore.net before it got sold out.
Thank you :D
Okay. Thank you!
xD thank you
Yeah pretty unnecessary lol. You can't even sli 1060s and with the current build he could get away with a 500w ps just fine lol. Pascal draws much less power
Well I'm glad you like my build :D
Don't be jealous of what I have because there's plenty of people who would be jealous of the build you have, remember that xD
\Yes I have been informed. The problem is completely based the fact that the tag is on the back, of the fans, and if I were to flip them the wire would be sticking out and the tags would be visible. I would like the two front fans to be intake but thats not how it worked out
Also, the dust would accumulate like crazy if they were all intake. They are all exhaust so I don't expect that to be too much of an issue
Haha Im glad it helped and Im glad you liked it :)
Yeah I really like how the heatsink came out :)
Thanks for the +1 and glad you liked the build
Si papi ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
glad ya liked it
Well I don't know for sure because that's not the cooler I have. Just do the math, cases tell you the most length graphics card they can fit. Subtract the width of the radiator from that max graphics card length and as long as your graphics card doesn't exceed or come within half an inch of that number don't worry about it.
I think I'm only 48 or something
Yeah I am getting better at not doing it as time goes on xD. It was pretty annoying. It didn't help that on the laptop I was using I got 40fps even on lowest settings. It's hard to play as tracer with low fps she's so fast paced. I had to main as junkrat and just spam grenades because of my fps. Now I can choose whatever character I want :)
Thanks! Good luck on your build. And yeah Australian prices are quite unfortunate :/
Thank you so much! I'm glad you liked it :)
Thank you and I hope your build turns out well!
Jeez xD Alright man I'm sure you'll figure it out good luck to ya :)
Lol my temps are fine but I admit it is a bit silly. I just put them in the direction the tags weren't on and the wires didn't come out of. My temps and nice are both very good nonetheless