Great title and great color scheme! Love these kind of builds.
I smell featured... +1
Possibly the best softline watercooling build I've seen on PCPP. +1
Sweet setup, nice to see :D
Thanks for the extras
More pictures please :o <3
Amazing build, great looking RGB fans
Amazing setup, love that wallpaper haha!
Good idea not to OC yet, this PSU is not the greatest to do so.
Well done on your build, definitely will last long and be strong :)
basically the exact same build I did except yours is in 2017 xD
Amazing build, great job on the color scheme because red is the best :D
Those pictures <3
Great job on your build, love the color scheme because red is the best lol
Already did that 11 months ago lol
The 6600k should be good for a while so don't rush on getting a new mobo, but if you find a good one on sale then go ahead. Amazing build btw, great color scheme!
Also for being Canadian french, nice English :)
Get that SSD soon if you can, big difference like Tom said. Nice build you got there though! You'll be set nicely for a good time :)
Back then people made sure to have decent audio cards yet today we haveto make sure high-end PCs have decent LEDs, haha! If you even want to spice things up especially with the fans, check these fans out, very unique (LED, of course) design, super quiet and gets the job done. Been using the same except mine's in red, really love them. Thinking maybe it would go well with your build.
Congrats on being featured, amazing look and great parts you got there :)
PC guy: what would you like
gumpton: corsair co...
PC guy: (interrupts) say no more
Even a RX480 is around 400-500$ in Canada, even more horrible lol
it didn't fully mean the fans would've been disqualification but good chance they are peripherals. That way you said it hopefully the list can go through just without the fans.
Good to hear now that I can't change it back, fml
Posted on facebook, comes with fresh fans also (lol)
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Awesome part list you got there! Great job on the color scheme, also love the cable management as well. I first had a Alienware M14XR2 3 years back then, done with it (but still use it in case needed). There's always one point where we all start in PC gaming, not the other way around :)
No problem man, wishing you nothing but the best with yours :D
That moment when your SSDs are more expensive than my 6600k + H110i cooler.
Seriously though, amazing build you got there. +1
Thanks, also came close to buy a NZXT Hue+ but went for a LOGISYS LED strip instead, really cheap and lights up pretty much my entire build inside. Was looking for a solid color so I didn't go for fancy LED systems.
I'd say your build would go off very good with Hue+, with all the FXs that comes in it's godlike :D
Awesome build, great part list you got there!
If you want to spice up a bit more LEDs in there, get a pair of those fans for your radiator, same ones I use except they're red: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA7RD3A13438&cm_re=Thermaltake_Blue-_-35-106-329-_-Product
They are really quiet, come in all sorts of colors, have a very unique LED design and gets the job done very nicely. Just want to say I'm not being sponsored by them but they are worth checking out. If you have a second I have them posted on one of my builds, must-have.
Other than that, +1
4.7GHz and 60c with a fan cooler? Never seen that before underload. Great job on the build, good parts there :)
Thanks, also running these fans at full speed are still quiet no matter how. Mine are stock red, didn't know there was controllers that could've came with, but seriously they get the job done.
My monitor is frying just looking at this, spectacular build. Nice mobo and case fans btw, using the same parts except mine's a Gaming M5, works great.
Soundblaster, can't beat that in anyway. Using the same audio card and I'm in love with it <3
Great cable management, amazing build and nice work on the color scheme! Congrats on being featured also :D
Supposing I left my voltage on auto and it does the work just fine, doesn't make as much heat when I played with my voltage (30c on idle, rarely gets over 50c while gaming). When it comes to overnight downloads I switch back my OC settings to standard just so nothing bad happens.
Also yeah, do not go further than 1.40v, that's quite enough rewarding for a LGA1551 motherboard.
Congrats being featured on your first build, great cable management and beautiful pictures :D
Also using a 6600k, got it clocked the same to 4.7GHz, I don't know if the 6700k can get it further but it's a big amount of it though. Wishing you nothing but the best and most fun from your rig, some of the best first-time builds I've seen to date on PCPP. +1
My monitor is frying just by scrolling along the pics, fantastic build you got there :D
Great parts and cable management! Just to say, I've been able to OC my 6600k to 4.70GHz with a MSI mobo, try gradually tune up your frequency until you reach this value.
Also don't use the "game boost" BIOS feature, while it does help you can go further than 4.1GHz. if you're not too confident doing that, that's fine as I will leave that at your choice. Here's a [video] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4yucCk_Zrc) to help you out.
More pics would be nice also, great job on your build after all!
I'd go for a 1070, you'll be perfectly settled in for a long time once they've fixed the early launching issues (if there is some, hopefully not).
Great looking build you got there, nice job also :D +1
Came very close to purchase a back plate from them, until I came close to spillover my budget I just thought to put this aside for a bit. Good stuff there also, can't deny that.
dat fan grill tho :D
Great part selection, congratz on the color scheme also.
I'd go with 2x 3TB WD Blue, only $30+ more than the 2TB and operate fast and silent.
Other than that, great looking build you got there :D
+1 for the color scheme because red is the best >:D
Great parts you got there also, nice work.
Half-Life 1 #FTW
Awesome build, love the LED and color schemes :) +1
Mainly why people chose to go towards aftermarket cards is better cooling, overclocking and yet better looks to match your rig.
I'll be personally waiting for the MSI version to come out for the 1080, might just sell my R9 390 in that case since it's only months since I got it.
Also, nope. Usually up to an extra month or so other companies will kick in.
Definitely liking mines, running 3 of them at full speed and not good enough to distinct a noise difference xD
Hydraulic bearings FTW
Awesome build! Great work on the color scheme, yet congrats for being featured!
How's the fans working out for ya? I'm using the 140mm red version from thermaltake on my build also, good stuff isn't it? :D
Outstanding build! Other than the cable management, your RAM is running on a single channel. Just to know I did that before during my initial boot, not much of a big deal but I've moved mine to the 2nd and 4th slot. Gives balanced stress to your MC and yet both for your channels, will perform with more ease along with OC'ing.
One more thing, change these stock radiator fans whenever you can, they might be pushing a bootload of air but not worth keeping along with the loud noises they make. Here's a pair of what I'm using: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/thermaltake-case-fan-clf039pl14rea
Sounded like (yes, "sounded" lol) I had no fans to cool down my CPU when I got these, almost zero noise and they get the job done even when at full speed.
Congrats on your first build also, you'll be nicely set for a long while :) +1
Fantastic build. +1
Great parts you got there, bit familiar with mine that I made a few months ago.
I'd take off that green sticker inside these 980Ti's just so they light up white-out, just a strange feeling seeing this in a blue-white rig. Here's what I'm talking about: http://www.overclock.net/t/1431233/geforce-gtx-logo-colour-change-on-titan/10
But seriously though, my goodness what a great build that is ;)
Great build! Nicely done with the color sheme, red/black is the best because I also built one with MSI parts >:D
CPU's fine, just get another cooler for it :P
Other than that, outstanding build!
This model right here.
Only difference compared with mine is, well apparently the color that shipped in, high-static profile fan it is. Since I've heard corsair static fans were always loud I changed them rightaway as soon I started building my rig. Once you fire up these Thermaltakes, you'll simply won't hear it xD
Outstanding build! Great job on the color scheme.
Also, get rid of these radiator fans, changed mine for thermaltake's and they're running 4x as silent compared to the stocks, still gets the job done.