I absolutely love the monitor. I have no grips about it. And I picked mine up when Micro Center had them on sale for $200 less than everyone else did.
I don't know that a computer is ever truly "completed" when it comes to building them. You can always save up and get yourself the RGB fans. That is what I absolutely love about building computers; you're never done and it never has to be the same as someone else's. I do recommend the LL120's though. They are amazing. My only complaint is that the RGB customization is limited. For a product as great as these I was hoping the ability to customize the RGB would be a little more extensive.
I have thought about it but haven't done anything with it yet. I'm pretty happy with it's performance right now. I wouldn't mind oc'ing it just to see what I can get out of it.
Thank you. An AIO will be my next upgrade. Leaning towards a Kraken X62. And I've adjusted the CPU fan cable. Thank you for the heads up!!
I decided to not go with the 2080ti for 2 reasons. 1.) I got the 2080 that i have at a killer deal from Amazon. 2.) What I play is played at 1440p and I'm not very good at differentiating anything over 120fps. The card that I did end up with consistently gives me between 110 - 130 fps depending on title and settings. Anything more would have been overkill and I plan on sticking with 1440p until 4k matures more.
Thank you! Much appreciated.
Do you have any recommendations for a GPU brace?
Thank you! Cable management on this build is the part that I wanted to well.
I agree. It appears to be a default setting that's affected a few published builds. Oh well.
I'm not even certain how that happened. I'll make sure that it gets changed.
This is the part of the build that taught me some do's and don'ts. My next build will not have this issue. As for right RAM speed isn't my biggest concern. This was an upgrade from a two core laptop so I'm pretty happy.