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Is gud system. Arlo the Destroyer runs the forest at 60 frames max settings. 10/10.

I had some trouble with the water cooler, it would always push up against the wall of the case causing a lot of tension, doing what I presumed to be bad things to the radiator. I moved it to the back fan slot , and everything was fine. I also had to take off the top of the case (as well as the motherboard) to route the 8 pin power connector. I noticed lots of people having trouble with this case in regards to that.

So yeah good job me.

Comments

  • 57 months ago
  • 2 points

More Pictures! looks good!

  • 57 months ago
  • 1 point

Great choice of hardware! How far can it OC with the liquid cooling? And is the case worth it? I chose the DIYPC Adventurer over the Carbide for my upcoming first build.

  • 57 months ago
  • 1 point

The case is definetly worth it. The instance with the water cooler (since writing this I learned that this case is not technically even able to suppourt a water cooler, though it does quite well) and the 8 pin power connector were the only issues. The 2.5 inch SSD bays are a godsend, and there are many, many cabe routing holes (no grommets, though) that allow easy and neat cable management. I have not yet gotten to overclocking anything yet, but I'll get back to you once I have some numbers

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