Corsair M65 is a pretty small mouse (IMO) designed specifically for FPS.
Yea, I've been periodically inquiring with support. A few weeks ago they told me early August, but now they're saying it's been pushed back to mid-September.
This case (previously supposed to be available early August) is now pushed back to mid-September.
The cases are really designed for water cooling, so the only air you'll be pulling is from the exterior of the case. The orientations don't really matter.
Technically wrong. The CFM absolutely comes into play. That's the ONLY thing to consider - albeit, the CURRENT CFM for the % of your max RPM, not the maximum CFM. The pressure in the case is the ratio of intake CFM vs exhaust CFM.
Shipping is about $10 to your location. Would you do about $100…?
I have an EVGA Z87 Stinger board for sale.
Download the .iso to a usb drive instead. Boot to the USB.
Finally. Maybe the cards I need to buy for gaming won't be out of stock for months now.
Sites already exist for this...
Haven't used that one in particular, but I've used the In Win D-Frame Mini (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/HnTrxr/inwin-case-dframeminiblack). Not a ton of dust, but definitely more than usual, as there's no way to create positive pressure in the case to slow build-up.
It's more of a tech bench than a case. Used for easy access to parts for swapping.
Windows defender and Malwarebytes with an adblocker is all I ever use.
You can just call to activate and tell them your PC broke or something and you built a new one to replace it. They'll transfer the license for you. Just don't make a habit of this. Sometimes they only offer it once as a courtesy.
No need for Avast.
No need for Avira/Avast.
Actually, a lot of anti-virus software tends to be a resource hog.
I literally do nothing. Windows 10 comes with antivirus/antispyware already. Unless you're the type of person who gets all click-happy on websites and emails, then you don't really need anything else.
Those are standoffs, yes. Just make sure each of them lines up with the holes on the motherboard.
You very rarely do though these days.
EDIT: His build is only using 1 slot anyways.
Who needs ATX boards? ITX for life.
I love the EVGA Stingers... I'm still rocking my Z87.
It's actually EK who is co-designing with MSI. Called the "Sea Hawk".
I've used the older, but similar, Corsair 600T... Sold it on eBay not long after. The case is just absolutely massive. Excellent quality, but very large.
ALL OF TEH FANS
No finished build picture? Also, what's with the random fan ring colors and led color?
Unfortunately, you're "SOL". You'll need a new OS.
I'll throw a wrench in this and suggest:
Like IskanderEXC said, just start from scratch...
Maybe your mobo brand website. idk man. They're pretty vague about that stuff.
Yes, but you can't exceed the maximum amp rating for the header. sometimes its 1A sometimes it's something else. Typically: 2 fans per header, IMO.
Hold off for the new 1060, IMO. EVGA is my personal pick.
nope. you're golden.
Check EKWB. They make a stock white backplate, I believe.
Your first issue is plasti-dip :(
I use the EK-Thermospehere. It's a universal GPU block. Warning: you'll need to stick self-adhesive passive heatsinks on the VRM though. Memory isn't necessary, but also helpful.
The new Cherry MX Speed is also very quiet. Temporarily exclusive to some Corsair mechanical keyboards.
I'm so stoked for the OLA... too bad we still have to wait about a year for release...
If you only play those games, why would you even want a Steam machine? Just build a basic gaming PC with Windows 10 instead. Only Linux-based games can run on SteamOS...
Every time you take it apart, you should replace the thermal paste. "Dry" or not.
It's mounted to the mobo tray just behind the pump. Look closely.
That's the Pentium anniversary chip. It's actually really sweet for overclocking.
If you get the cooler master, there is no maintenance or refilling, etc. It's considered a closed-loop AIO (as opposed to a fully custom loop).
Nice, clean air-cooled build. Well done.
What dye did you use?