I was wondering because I had picked mine up on a big discount. I have had no problems since.
I have since moved this to a DIY walmount which I will post soon. When I had the case I had the 3 front fans as intakes and the rear as an exhaust. I moved the fans to where a rad was designed to go to give the more breathing room.
Nice cable management
Thanks. Would you recommend the rift?
What VR headset do you use?
I agree. I prefer Ubuntu to Windows but need office and games. I have actually ordered a 2nd NVME so my current 256 GB will become my Linux boot drive and my new 512 GB will be used for Windows.
The 2200g is capable and the op has said he might add a 1050 ti in the future
I have just ordered a 2nd ssd so I have to space to dual boot Ubuntu and Windows
My friend has a 2400g and loves it. Good budget build
That would be great. Would really give Nvidia something to think about
At 4ghz, 1.35V I think temps with the front of the case on are about 87 with the front on 77. It can get loud under load but with a headset on I don't notice the noise. The cooler look great and the software is good. I might get a 1440p 144hz monitor so I would then get a used 1070 ti.
What a well thought out build. +1
Nice build. Do you like the 970 Evo?
Yep. I would take my wraith prism over a hyper 212 any day.
That case is sick
I made one out of wood and radiator paint. Not brilliant but better than bare PCB. If you have the money cable mod do them
Try making a backplate. Then your rig will look sick. Love to black and white BTW.
Nice loop. Lucky kid
That looks so good
I went on to PCPP Canada to get my price
OK. Thanks for clearing that up. Makes sense
I mean the one in the list isn't the one in the picture. Also I would be surprised if the builder spent $275 on a $240 cooler
Wrong Cpu cooler
Thanks. Does Proxmox have an SSH server built in
Thanks for your reply.
Could I set up the Linux headless and have two vm's?
They are not fans, they're "air blowers"
Percy Jackson ftw
I just love these SFF builds!
The 1070 is better
Good first build
I agree the Chopin case is amazing I looked at it for a new build I might do and I haven't heard anything bad about it, though I don't think the PSU is a standard form factor
What is your case
So you need an optical drive? If not look at the cooler master master box 5 lite
Yeah. Making a shroud and getting sleeved cables will be useful. Try uphere or Asiahorse for the cables.
Also I don't think the H500 can vertically mount a GPU.
You have used Ryzen 2 / Zen+, I think you mean you want to upgrade to Zen 2 / Ryzen 3.
BTW the colour scheme is great.
Try a magic force keyboard. Cheap and good
Why A330 not B3/450
It's like a sleeper pc