Been dreaming to build my first Gaming PC and with Patience (for like 7+ years) I finally did it!! Extremely happy how it turned out. Now I just need to buy some CableMod Pro and it should be good.
7+ years... That wait really paid off!
Good luck on your pc! Saw you were building it at the end of the summer!
Indeed it did with hard work!
Very nice build. Still saving up for mine.
Good for you! I’m gonna start my dream build soon!
Thanks! Good luck with your build!
It's amazing! How about the noise level of this system?
Thanks! It is actually pretty quiet under load especially since I'm sitting like a foot or less away from it haha.
You are not using the preinstalled RGB strip on the top of the case right ?
That is correct. I removed the RGB Strip cable that connects to the Smart Hub and connected the NZXT AER RGB Fans instead. I prefer the accent look than having most of the space inside lit.
Hi, i have the same parts for my pc but i've been reading that the motherboard lacks the 2.0 usb headers, since the maximus x hero only have two, and you need three to use CAM, the usb ports on the case, and the NZXT x62, how did you solve that? nice build btw, very clean
Thanks! Yes that is true, the Maximus X Hero cannot accommodate all the USB ports on the case & NZXT X62. I bought the NZXT Internal Hub and decided to connect the main USB 2.0 port on the Mobo to the Hub instead and use the Hub for the rest of the devices needing it. Only downside is it uses Molex to power the hub. It isn't expensive and works flawless
Why would you have a condenser mic with no stand its a wast of money
I got the Mic w/Assassins Creed Origins on sale for only $49 new.... so no waste there
I'm interested in getting this case and I wanted to know if you would have enough room to configure the x62 in a push pull configuration in the front?
Dam I am probably very late and its probably done already but yes, it is possible to do a push pull with the x62 installed on the front of the case.
this is great. I love it
How is the build holding up? This is pretty much the same build I am going with. Are the fans plug and play or do you need any additional hardware?
Holding up extremely well, can't go wrong with the build. I took a look at your Build List and I see a H700 case. Since it doesn't have a NZXT Hue hub for the NZXT RGB Fans, you can't control the lighting on them. The Fans can still be plugged and running, but no lighting control.