Ready for FlightSimulator 2020 when it arrives!
Estimated system wattage = 593w
Yep. Better throw a 1600w unit in there, juuuuuuust to be sure.
On a serious note, you spent $80 less on your power supply than I spent on my RTX 2080 XD. Everything about this build screams overkill, and possibly whispers Newegg credit card...
I like it.
When the first pic was how tidy the rear part cables were you got my attention. Awesome job there.
When you open your bank account and see that this guy dropped more on his build than you have for living in the past few months.
Technically, it is a year for me as well, but I believe a few months ca be more relatable to people of their own.
I think you're ready for literally any game when they arrive lol
When I go shopping on Newegg I usually sort the list by price, low to high.
I think you sorted it the other way.. ;)
sweet build. I can't think of a game that this rig wouldn't be ready for! +1
It's beautiful D: That cable management is perfect, and that part list is a dream.
My wallet screams just looking at that price tag...
But on a serious note, good build.
itz a cool pc
Slow clap for the cable management. To bundle the psu cables independent of the fan cables! Brings a tear of joy to my eye. Well done sir, well done.
This is beautiful! You need 3 more rgb fans
Wow. That is a beast of a flight sim build. Nicely done!
Nice setup I like the Millenium falcon but I wonder why you would put such a nice build on the floor
S Tier Cable Management Man
Nice build and really similar to the one I completed yesterday, right down to the way we both put the Command Pro and nodes in the case! You cable management is a cut above mine though. I'll have to tweak mine once the cablemods delivery arrives! :)
Your airflow is unusual for this case, any reason for this? Do the hoses of the AIO not reach if you had the rad at the side? Probably very minimal actual performance difference TBH so each to their own.
A solid build!
I decided to go a bit against the typical grain for airflow by having the top rad fans as intake instead of exhaust which has the benefit of keeping both the CPU and MOBO VRM's a bit cooler, not to mention I think it looks aesthetically cleaner. The side & rear exhaust seem to be doing OK so far.
Hot air rises
What’s the bigger fan controller
It's the Corsair iCUE Commander PRO.
How is the board doing? I had strongly considered using this board in my 3950X build but some of the user reviews on new egg and elsewhere are scary. Lot of complaints of the Bios lagging and/or causing it to take 15 minutes to post, also alot of complaints of the board dying after a month or so. Have you experienced any issues?
Oh almost forgot second question. What's your CPU and GPU temps like under load? Particularly the CPU temps? I have been very curious to find someone running an H150I on a 3950X just to see how it does.
Thanks for pic 5, showing water block next to RAM modules. Seems a little tight. Any advice? Could you have mounted the water block so tubing was on the other side?
Thanks for helping me with my research.
How did you so neatly manage those RGB cables? Any tips would be great
That cable management though. Puts my cable management with the same case to shame. I had just a few more wires than you to be fair, I didn't take out the hot-swap bays, my fan hub is crammed behind the wires, and I've even got a PCIe USB 3.0 header adapter card extended and hidden back there too. Still though, great job handling that rats nest!
So much IQ, and the fans look nice.
See what I did there
Do the Samsung SSDs at the bottom do anything or are they there for show? It looks like there's no sata cables running to them.