I want a solid, well designed and good looking case to house a fully water-cooled rigid tubing beastly (non 4K) PC. I use my PC for mostly gaming, then some music production and slight video/image editing. I OCed both CPU and GPU.
Overclocking: CPU: stable at: 4.7 Ghz at 1.285v (I didn't push or try to find the max) GPU: Default clock at 1026MHz Boost 1114MHz, default memory at 1753MHz. OC to 1276MHz Boost 1364MHz, memory at 1803 (or 7212). Stock voltage
Temperature: CPU: idle 35 C, max load 75 C GPU: idle 34 C, max load 63 C IMO this is quite good result consider this case has ****** airflow, also my cable management is not the best. I plan to reroute the tubes after 6 months.
Noise wise, a slight hums when idle, and just a bit louder when gaming
Performance: I only tested it with Firestrike and got 16610, don't know if this is good or bad for my build: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8351871
I added a red rigid LEDs stick on the ceiling of the case. Originally I wanted to control it with the fan controller, however, it couldn't because of reasons. So I plugged the LEDs to Cha_fan2 port on the Mobo instead. When CPU reaches temp of 55, the red LEDs in the case lights up, keyboard and mouse have game profile with red LEDs; and desktop screen changes automatically to red theme. So basically game mode When CPU temp drops to 30, everything revert back to UV purple, normal mode