Moved from i5 4670k, 16gb ddr3 1600, 980 ti, custom loop cooling, to this.
32gb ddr4 3200,
980 ti sli (picked one up used for $340.00 with waterblock),
upgraded custom loop
Nice build. What kind of fans and res/rad is that?
Thanks, it's a switch h320 x2 prestige cooler. It comes with 3 eloop noiseblocker 120 fans that i mounted on top rad and back. Front rad is 3 corsair LL120 rgb fans.
Swiftech X320/Alphacool st30 240mm
Can't get enough of white and red builds. Looks amazing
Nice one next upgrade maybe hard line ?
Are those CableMod wires? If so ModMesh or ModFlex? I'm looking for some ModMesh combs, but can't seem to find any in the US.
Yes, they are CableMod. I believe they are modflex. Have you checked Microcenter online store?
Looks like Christmas inside
Nice build Think I am going to do something similar any chance you could tell me what the slot spacing for the SLI bridge is because I wanna get the EVGA HB bridge but don't know what size to get.
And any clearance issues with that motherboard?
Don't want to hate on your cable management but if you run the GPU power cables into the back of the system and out of the lower black rubber grommet you can get a cleaner look with the cables running straight out and then bending up and down to connect to the GPU's. (you can look at picture 2 from my build for reference on what i am describing) that is really just an idea. other than that really sweet build. Oh, thank you for the well though input on my build as well man.
Did you have any clearance issues with the deeper Z370 board and ATX FF of the case? I really like both but am concerned re. the above!!! :'(
No, the edge of the board slightly covers the rubber grommets for cable routing but they are still fully accessible.
How is the MOBO doing so far ?
No problems at all. Needed a bios flash before my xmp profile would work, but other than that its been great.
Awesome, been looking into it myself. +1 love that loop :D