that's definitely the next step, since that's his bottleneck rn
I am worried for his sake about that power supply
Alright, thanks so much! looks like it'll be easy to do, thanks for all your help
Do you know what colours you used for the fans and the razer lighting, like the hex or rgb? Sorry to be a bother just wanted to recreate the aesthetic without a lot of trial and error. no problem at all and I get it if it's difficult to get those, I've had headaches trying to put together the RGB already and I haven't even bought a part yet lol
Also if you see this, is it possible for me to get a file for the rgb designs you used for the front Razer rgb and the Corsair iQue for the fans?? would be a huge help love the aesthetic
How hard was it to get the rgb to sync up between corsair and razer?
I know this is a complete necro of this post, but I am currently using a P400S that is only using its own mechanical lighting hub, and I'm thinking about getting this case, but trying to find if it and the expansion kit will sync with my razer peripherals has me pulling my hair out because there are no videos or posts about syncing Phanteks lighting with Razer though it was announced months ago at CES that they do work together - so how on earth did you manage to sync every bit of lighting together?
Even if it's just a static colour, you must have connected the RGB from the case & expansion kit to the motherboard and synced it with at least one of the RGB software controllers you would need for this build, so please enlighten me, if you have time, on what methods and software you used for this (specifically for Razer and Phanteks) to sync them together.
only 30EUR for a case with 2 rgb fans? If that's actually tempered glass and not acrylic, no matter how low quality any of it is that is an amazing deal
Thanks for the work you do here, i've used this site for 4 years now and started my very first build off of one of your build guides from back then. Without it I would have probably put a bomb in for my power supply lol
right here? I loved the window setup and recognized the drivenbrands logo https://email@example.com,-80.8479893,3a,75y,359.82h,119.3t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sAi_mZqEcm495LCQZVhjJYQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
sorry for the necropost lol
Sorry for the necro post, but how exactly did you get the 1600 for $135? That's almost 2/3 what I paid!
That's pretty amazing, my 1070 gets a solid 150 fps but no higher on 1080p high in overwatch and 1080p epic in fortnite but for the Ti model to be able to do better on 1440p is crazy. I only have 8gb of single channel 2400mhz ram on a ryzen 5 1600 though so I think that's probably the bottleneck there.
How is your 1070 Ti handling the 1440p 144hz? My guess is around 100fps mid settings, is that about right?
the price of the graphics cards right now are C$3000 lmao
another late comment like the guy above, why'd you put those stickers on? any regrets about that? the lighting is actually perfect in your system and it's really nice to look at except for those imo
+1 for the poster in pic 12. Tried the new game out yet?
This deserves featured, holy crap
what are you, professional photographer or something? haha vv good build, +1
(btw did you forget to take off the little plastic sticker on the front of your cpu block??? it looks a little bit air-bubbly there, hope you figured it out!)
definitely overkill here, and it would be for you too - he could have had way better bang for his buck if he went with air cooling (lp air cooler is still like $150-200 cheaper) and can overclock fine, a cheaper mobo would have definitely worked fine as well (like $100 cheaper) would have all the features he needs, plus that monitor is over-expensive, and that ssd...
All-in-all, this system could have probably been built at $1000 for better performance than this one will get.
Nice build, just seconding what mlach said
definitely want the air going out the back of that cpu cooler
Nice! If you don't mind me asking, what did you do other than build for them? Did they name a price and you got the best you could for that (with a fee of course), or did they find parts and just ask you to build it? I've always wondered how these commercial builds worked.
or more appropriately for price/performance, get (or even wait for) the RX 460?
where is your sli bridge
Wayward Vagabond! The mayor! I have found you yet again. Have you realized by now what your profile picture + name are a reference to? If not, you really should search up "Homestuck mayor". Not sure why you wouldn't know, but I tried to ask you about it last I noticed your comments, but you seemed mildly confused about the whole thing.
Mayor? Wayward Vagabond? Your icon is of someone cosplaying the Mayor of Can Town from Homestuck. Did you not know that?
You're the mayo-r, remember?
(Probably too side-handed of a reference to make out there, even for a wayward.)
nice mayo you got there
Love the case! Exactly the same one I use for my current pc.