Here is a website selling the case and they ship to the US but they are asking a premium for the case.
Great build. Lot of power in that case. I built in the red version of this case, but not the "Plus" version (I don't have the top fan). I ended up reversing the back fan so the back fan is intake on my build and then the PSU fan would be the exhaust. Will be interested to see what your temperatures are. Are you overclocking the CPU yet?
P.S. Great video!
I'm not sure how good Samsung is at updating their phones, but with the Pixel you are pretty much guaranteed to get the operating system updated for probably at least two years. I have a Nexus 5X (also a Google phone from a couple of years ago) and I get security and system updates about every other month.
Yea, the Dan case A4-SFX looks pretty sweet if you can get your hands on one. I've seen at least two builds on PCPP using the Dan case.
Have you seen CaseLabs bullet line of cases? They come in mITX, mATX, and ATX and they hold the video card vertical.
This is an an American website so cubic feet would be the appropriate measure.......jk...... yes I agree with you that this feature would be nice.
What a beautiful house! May I ask the general vicinity as to where it is located (i.e. what state or country).
Looks like another fake build. Here is the first picture on the internet and here is the second picture on the internet.
First you need an internet service provider (i.e. Comcast, ATT, etc). Then you would either buy or rent a cable or DSL modem from them. Then you would buy or rent a wifi router and the wifi router is what will give you the wifi that your computer needs to connect to the internet (if your computer will be close to the cable modem then you can plug the computer directly into the cable modem or wifi router with an ethernet cable (so you wouldn't actually using the "wifi" in this case). If you just have the one computer that you need to connect to the internet and the computer will be close to the modem then you don't need a router.
The blue text in my two comments are the links. Click on the blue text in both of my comments.
Here is the first (I think) Trident RGB build on PCPP.
You do have red accents, so maybe a red anti-kink cable would look good.
I'm not loving the taped up rad lines. I think something like this might look better.
Silent Gaming Desktop
Silent Gaming Desktop
Well then maybe you need to put your Sennheiser MM 550-X Headset on and then you would be able to hear your games.
Love the build.................but I'm not liking that you lose VESA mounting ability. A build like this would be great with this mount, but without the VESA mounting ability, you can't use it.
And it looks like it would be a little hard to get to any USB ports. Could you possible mount the computer to one side on the back of the monitor and then that would open up the VESA mounts and also make some of the USB ports towards the back edge of the screen more accessible?
You were able to fit a micro ATX motherboard into that case? The NCASE specs state that it can only hold a mini-ITX or mini-DTX. The 4th picture does look like the GPU is slanted just a bit, but other than that, great job on fitting all of that in the case.
Is there a particular reason that you went with an micro ATX motherboard instead of a mini-ITX with built in wifi?
I agree, for gaming an i5 would be more than adequate. There are better processors than the i7-7700K (like the 10 core i7-6950X or some of the 22 or 24 core Xeons), but they really aren't considered "consumer" processors.
This build is totally fake, no question about it. As you stated the two images are all over the internet and the part list does not even come close to the pictures. Wrong motherboard listed, Wrong AIO listed, wrong RAM listed, wrong SSD listed, wrong GPU listed.
The picture of the motherboard appears to have a different CPU cooler installed and not the Hyper 212.
Also, why didn't you put a SSD in the build?
Here is another comparison between the two processes and the Pentium comes out 118% times better.
The Intel Pentium rates better than the Athlon, see comparison here. Also, with the Intel based system, you would have an upgradable computer. You could replace the processor down the road with an i7-7700, which is currently Intel's top of the line consumer desktop processor. Even though the Athlon has twice the cores, the Pentium scores almost twice as good as the Athlon.
Totally agree with regard to the RAM. He is only getting the benefit of dual channel the way that he currently has them (instead of quad channel). Page 30 of the manual shows to place a stick in each of the outside slots (on both sides of the CPU) then moving in on both sides skip the next slot and then place the next two.
Very "Pretty" but where is the "Kitty"?
Well, in all fairness, that could be a small screw bag from one of the computer components.
+1 for the polar bear slippers in picture number 3.
But your part list has "Potential Issues / Incompatibilities". If your going to play this game then all the parts must be compatible.
My wife and I are on Cricket wireless in the US. With two lines you get discounts when you add a 2nd line. Our total bill is $80 per month (that includes all taxes and fees). We both get unlimited talk and text and she gets 8GB of 4G LTE data and I get 2.5GB of 4G LTE data, then after that we get throttled to some lower speeds.
How do you override the part filter? I've been wondering if that could be done for awhile now.
The post really belongs in the "Create A Part List For Me" section. $250 is a very tight budget, but here is what I came up with:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
NewEgg also has it in stock for $349.99.
B&H also has it, but it is $399.99
Very nice build. +1. Just one criticism, why did you go with a gtx 950 over a gtx 1050 or gtx 1050ti? The gtx 1050 goes for less than $150 and is rated just a bit better than the gtx 950.
In your parts review of the CPU, I think you mean 4 physical cores, not "logical" cores.
What build did you put this motherboard in? Do you have another build that your going to post?
The case is a little tight to work in and you have to make sure all of your parts fit, but other than that, it is a nice case.
One note, the PSU that I used does work, but the extension wire that plugs into the PSU and extends to the back of the case wasn't really meant for the PSU and I used. The plug on the PSU was facing the wrong direction and I had to really bend the plug quite a bit in order to plug it in.
Well, originally the 1st thing that I RMA'd was the PSU which didn't fix the issue. Yes, the replacement PSU was the exact same model. I don't really have a way to swap in another PSU.
I didn't know that unplugging the PSU for a day or so would allow the computer to boot until I accidentally came across that resolution after the last motherboard was in. A friend of mine did test the PSU with one of those PSU testers and everything tested fine, but the issue is obviously in intermittent issue, and the PSU may have just been working fine that day.
Thanks for your response. So your suggesting to replace the PSU but with a different model/make than the one that I currently have, correct?
If your worried about your comment karma you can always delete your down voted comments and your karma is restored.
I'd like to see it, can you post a few more pictures with the H7 installed?
What monitor are you using?
You have the wrong PSU in the part list. Your build shows a G2 but the part list states a GS.
You forgot to install the GPU.
On Thermaltake's website it states that the max CPU cooler height for your case is 140 mm, but the H7 has a height of 145 mm. It might still fit the case but you would be taking a chance in that it might be too tall. You could either go with the Cryorig M9i/a or the Noctua NH-U9s. The Noctua is slightly better than the Cryorig M9i/a but you probably don't like the brown fans. You can buy white or black vibration pads.
Intel states that it is 3.9 ghz
Can you upload some pictures showing the completed build? Maybe a side shot with the side panel open?
Nice!! I just built using the same case (red without a window) and same mobo. I replaced and turned the back fan around to be intake. I didn't do any testing but I did see some reviews that did and turning the back fan around did help a bit. Since the PSU would be exhausting, it make sense to have the rear as intake. I see you used a SFX PSU, it looks like it made working in the case just a bit easier. You've got my +1 for sure.
P.S. How did you get that mobo for so cheap?
Here is a review of the cooler and it comes in dead last in the overclock tests and the CPU thermal throttles in one test. Here is another review with the same results.
I'm not completely following what you are saying. You have the right parts to overclock, no need to buy a new CPU or GPU, but when you do overclock you might want to swap out the CPU cooler for one that can handle overclocking.
Nice looking build. Great section of parts. However, if you are planning on overclocking the CPU I'm not sure if the C7 would be up to the task.
Unless I am mistaken, I think the rear fan is set to intake. I looked at the little arrows in the plastic shroud and I'm pretty sure that it was pointing into the case.
Thanks for the two links, I will check those out and hopefully it will fix my issue.
Do you have the 960 EVO? You have it listed in the parts list. Where did you get it? All I see are sites stating pre-order.