Oculus made me do it.
Nice cat and nice build :-) +1 from me...was the case easy to build in? final product looks good btw :-)
Do the lights dim when you turn it on?
Case is nice and airy very solid. Panels mount on any side. Screens over panels are magnetic and peel off to clean.
Yeah that case is an absolute dream to build in! I'm totally smitten by it. Pretty sure I'll just rebuild in it again next time around.
Oculus made me do it.
Or was it the cat! :)
Nice build! +1
Looks like one of the sticks led is out? BTW nice ram!
LEDs breathe so they cycle.
Ok. Didnt know that! :)
Nice build bud! FYI you do know you can rotate that front usb panel and the front intake panel right? If you remove the front mesh panel just behind the wires from the usb's is a screw. Then you slide it up and out, then reattach it in the same position on a different side.
I did rotate. By default it's on the side. Great case for little cash.
Nice build:) Why do I see so many cats on this website XD +1
Any issues with the ram?
Brianna Wu stole the copyrighted characters from my comic book and put them into her video game. Please help me.
Do you only have the stock fan, CPU Cooler, and GPU fans in there? If so, how is the cooling? I've heard some people have had issue with a hot mobo due to the placement of the PSU.
I don't overclock, just normal cooling no issues.
Did you overclock your pc? Why dont you have a case cooler? Just asking ty newbee here
no overclock. I just have the built in fan in the front.
Beware the edimax wifi was an issue. If enabled it would blue screen if I also had ethernet plugged in. A bios update fixed it.
Reading your Tweets, it was clear to me that you never touched PC parts before. Why did you have the need to lie about it? You don't know that a bios is firmware, something that comes pre-installed on a motherboard by all motherboard manufactures by default. You didn't know what an 8-pin connector is. You seem to think that your network drivers wouldn't install when that's like saying your motherboards USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and audio jacks wouldn't do so either because someone on Twitter had problems with theirs.
There are other problems with your build that anyone who enjoys working on PC's will see, but I will leave you to figure that out for yourself. It would be a good learning experience for you, my friends daughter already see's the issues and she's only 12.