+1 for the cutest dog on the site
COMP-TIA A+? UGH! good luck getting through it. awesome build btw. +1
blacked out almost everything but the "water pipe" in the last picture lol.
i would suggest you replace that psu with a more suitable and reliable unit. 750w is probably fine but that psu is hardly a safe bet
what micro center are you located at?
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ditch those molex to pci-e adapters (psu could also be replaced but dont sweat it to much). otherwise great build
thank you so very much
love the mastercase series i to have one and this SE one is outstanding, but how about taking that 5.25 inch bay out and putting a 360mm in the front? with the soft tubing it can't be to hard to do. Awesome build, keep up the good work.
sorry for being late but usa
go in to the nvidia control panel then display settings then resolution then custom and you can change it. LTT has a video on it
the reason you would need to insulate you tubing in your house is to keep hot water lines hot(cause heat transfer) and to keep exterior pipes from freezing. the insulation would do nothing in this application. (if not keep more heat in... maybe...)
hey do you think you could link me the fittings you used. (wanted to use copper on my liquid cooled build)
haha same firestrike score as myfx 9590 2 970s the "funnel effect" is real
please put some clamps on those fittings. if you care even a little about your "pride and joy". imagine if one just poped off it would be a disaster before you could even think to stop it
thats the rat rod ideology "putting everyone's panties in a bunch"
you hit the nail on the head. it wasnt compatable with some mobos eventhough it was listed. also its a power hungry monster so a cheap board with a low amount of vrm phases would be struggling to keep up with the power demands and die prematurely. thats why most of the 990fx chipsets have like 12 phases lol
yeah i really do love it. and your build is really sweet also
thats what i was thinking thanks
dem tubes doe. :DDDDDDDD im so excited
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4VgXJV just built a pc for a friend and im using 3200mhz lpx kit and it works just fine. not a single problem installed and recognized just had to change the xmp setting
please its not that bad.
lol i was going to say that air cooler is definitely not adequate for that cpu. i have a 9590 and its a heater. but i love it anyway. awesome "rigged" rig
I apologize should have read better must have completely missed that. And yeah that is odd but I kinda like it like that
Oh got it thanks
hey nice build even in the same case i have but 1 thing, move the first dimm into slot 2 so you can get that dual channel ddr4 ram instead of the single channel you have now
wait... so the 1080 ftw water block fits the 1070? also why get the branded 1080 one when you have a 1070
why 2 different speeds of ram you know it will limit the hyperx to 1600mhz unless overclocked
hows the mobo a "bottleneck" in the system. the only thing that that board doesnt support is over clocking and you have a prossor that can
lol nice dab rig in the background in the last picture
please, please clean up those cables. you could route the 8 pin cpu plug behind the mobo tray so its not on the cooler lol. but otherwise great build +1
congratz on the feature great build man. +1 from me.
dont use the molex adapters use the pci-e cables that came with your psu
what the hell did you do to the chip? why are there scratches on the plate?
i have that same cpu on the same board turn off cpu boost i was having the same problem then i turned it off. no problems check MB temps its notorious for overheating
And sorry about the pictures all I have right now is a phone
Budget was the only limiting factor at the time I bought it is had 700 usd and I wanted a better graphics card
Thank you sir
I'm using a single 120mm rad and it works great
Yeah I ran prime 95 and roughly 65 70c after like a 15 min run
Yeah I had this chip for over a year I am really excited for dx12 in games to use more cores then it maybe more practical. But as for temps it never goes over 70c but that was with really low fan speed I love the nepton 120xl very effective
Yeah just had a lot to say lol