Auto +1 for an NCASE M1 build! Extra points for how excellent it is!
(Ok, I can only +1, but you get the idea)
They wouldn't connect to the motherboard, you would need a Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro which consumes a USB 2.0 header to connect to the motherboard.
Thank you so much!
No, it makes like a 45 degree bend and the grommet is within that bend, so the cables pass safely without touching the board.
Yes, you lose two of the major cable grommets. I did not find this to be an issue. There is cable routing section that's offset and sits just behind the board, so it was easy enough to get the cables through there. There's so much space in the rear chamber that it doesn't make a huge difference. Just requires some planning to ensure you're not cutting off your routing paths and making it difficult to run.
Got me. Nice work.
Thanks! Nope, it was great! Esp since this board is extended mATX.
It is extremely foolish of you to assume what someone does or does not do with their money. It is none of your business.
Thanks! I remember your twin builds from a previous feature. Those would have been awesome to shoot.
That is something else!
Needs more pics, I would think.
I haven't tried folding w/ my Radeon VII yet. I'll be installing one of those in my all AMD build this weekend. It's doubtful though as my 2080 Tis produce 2.7M PPD w/ the beta WUs.
Yeah, definitely. The Noctua cooler does a nice job though. No need to fear air cooling.
Eh... I mean if you can find a used one really, really cheap. Definitely not new though.
I change things around too much with my builds for that. I would constantly be draining and refilling the loops. Custom loops just don't fit with my use cases.
Ah, well the 2950X will get a bit hotter under load since it is capable of boosting to 4.3 on a core or two, but I wouldn't say it gets unreasonable.
That came together really nicely! Well done.
It should be similar. I had my 2950X in there for a bit.
Ohhhhhhhh. You'll be fine then. There are 5 headers on this mobo. CHA_Fan 2 at the bottom, CHA_Fan 1 in the center, CHA_Fan 3 in the top right, and CPU_1, CPU_OPT at the top right.
I would find a fan power calculator to make sure the header can handle the load of 3 fans. That's going to be mobo dependent. Two fans is fine, 3 fans might push it depending on the board.
The GPU actually doesn't say much. The fans and cables don't make contact with it. Might just look like it from the angles.
I just use PWN splitters, but you could also use a PWN fan hub.
Typically, when they don't it's because it's a nightmare to fit it into the compatibility engine due to its size. I remember that answer vaguely from a post about the NCASE M1 when I was searching for a reason it was missing.
Hah! Thank you!
Super clean and great cable management!
Thanks! Yes, mine came with a black PCB HB bridge.
Lol.... I thought I had seriously missed something. Maybe they don't know what PCPP is.
Yeah, even my newest LiqTech II RMA is giving me trouble. The TR4 U9 has been great! I don't push this particular machine to the limits, but it does hold a respectable OC and good temps.
Yeah. No power issues at all. It runs F@H 24/7. Got the bride for when I go dual 2080 Ti on my main rig. It works nicely for benchmarks, but in reality games (I play GTA V the most) there is a visible glitchiness sometimes that accompanies SLI. little annoying has higher refresh rates.
These are the Redux fans. There's 6. I don't know that a 240 and fans would fit. The STRIX 1080 Ti is pretty thick. I'll check when I get to my office tomorrow.
Well BIOS Flashback works without needing RAM or CPU, so if that didn't work I'd say the board is a dud.
Not really. Took a bit to get them stable at OC speeds, but they posted right away.
Sometimes Asus ships w/ borked BIOS. Happened to me twice. Try the BIOS flashback feature. Make sure you read the manual because it has a specific file name it needs to be. Flash drive also needs to be MBR/FAT32.
Works well. I run it at 3466 quad channel with no issues.
For PC shots I mainly use my 50mm f/1.2L, 100mm f/2.8L, or 24-105mm f/4L. Also, thanks!
Thank you very much!
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
Insta-upvote for a fellow NCaser.
Nice! It's like my two Threadripper builds had a baby. lol
Am I missing something? Where does this say he's selling it?
No. I might do one for fun one day.
Nice! Dominator setup gets my vote.
+1 for a fellow NCaser.
Yep, on both.
You'd need pure white LEDs or hybrid strips like Cablemod sells that use the white LEDs rather than mixing up a bunch of colors trying to emulate white.
o0o! Cablemodding it up over there. I like it.
As others have said, super clean!
Very clean! I like it.