Yeah, the Phanteks is a pretty solid cooler, it should be fine for a mild overclock on the 6700k.
Nice build, solid, the only thing that I'd point out, is that that isn't an AIO cooler, AIO standing for all-in-one, or an all-in-one water cooler, however, you just have an air cooler. Otherwise, great build.
Nice build. When do you think that you are going to upgrade to rigid tubing? I'd like to see it even more then.
Something like that.
You must have missed the PCPartPicker that spent $1000 US just on chrome fittings.
I admire your patience and memory.
Evidently the rumours and logic that there wouldn't be one were just false rumours... anyway, have you purchased one then yet?
If you read the description, then you'd know that he doesn't have 980 ti's because they weren't out when he built it.
For a monitor, I'd go with the Acer Predator XB270HU, 27 inches of 2560x1440 IPS G-Sync glory from Acer that has either just come out or is about to come out, depending on where you are. Great build btw, pretty nice.
What sort of light is that along the top? It looks more like a light bar then an LED strip...
I have a feeling that you mean X99 instead of Z99... anyway, nice build, solid, looks great.
Yeah, I've heard that the DXRacer series is great, but a bit too hot for my tropical climate. I wanted to get a Herman Miller Sayl, but decided it was a bit expensive, so I got a different ergonomic chair with mesh which is nice as well.
DXRacer. It says on the chair headrest.
I've seen it done... but yeah, either way, there is certainly quite a bit more room for that sort of thing in the 750D. They're both great case choices.
Oh, and btw, you mean the top part that you can detach and take off? Or the top part of the actual frame/chassis? Because I've seen it done in the chassis, but not the actual bit with the grills if that's what you meant.
No, there are plenty of successful mounts with top panel --> radiator --> fans on the bottom pushing air through the rad. But yeah, you can't do push-pull in the top of the case, if you happened to want that.
Great build. What were you planning to do with the H110i GT that meant you couldn't use the H440? Because any 280mm rad can mount in either the top or the front. Anyway, your build still looks great in the 750D. +1
I think that you mean Jakarta... fantastic build, one of the best I've ever seen, makes me envious.
Yeah, it does, but you still have to be a bit smart about. It's just not quite as generous as other cases, and you can't just throw cables in and leave them, it requires a bit of cable management.
I think that he's simply complaining that you didn't have quite has much space behind the side panel at the back to stash cables, so unless you are quite smart with the cables, the side panel is a pain to put on. The H440 does have less space between the motherboard tray and the back side panel than most cases.
What's a Maximus VIII Hero? I didn't think that they'd been released yet?
Jks, I know it was a typo and you meant the Maximus VII Hero instead. But yeah, he paid too much for that motherboard when there were better options, even with WIFI.
Yeah, it looks like it says 970. He just had 980 in his partlist and he said 980 at one point in the title and then 970 at another point.
Different 970 or Different 980?
So are all those parts said to be compatible with the Mac OS? I thought the RAM had to be ECC or something.
Wow, what a great build. Pretty much my dream. +1.
Wait, but what case is that?
Most of them seem to use x2 or x4, so you should still be fine if you decide to upgrade. And you should definitely still have room on your motherboard.
Yeah, that's a better summary. I misread the website the first time because the numbers didn't line up. And yeah, the difference between 16x and 8x makes next to no difference.
Sorry, I just realised, the website for the Rampage V Extreme is formatted wrong and I was reading their information incorrectly. I mistook the top slot information for including the slots further down, because the numbers did not line up with the slots.
So yes, he is technically right, he did need 40 lanes to get 16x on both cards, but also the math isn't always that simple, because as the website says, you can 3-Way SLI 16x 8x 8x, which equals 32 and is still more than 28. Plus the difference in performance between a 980 running in 8x and 16x is almost negligible. However, yes. both you and he are right.
Well, your logic is mistaken with the PCIe lanes and the CPU, as running a 28 lane CPU on the Rampage V Extreme still results in full double 16x for both cards, but fantastic build anyway. Looks pretty stunning, especially with the custom water loops. +1. You might also want to go with one of those ROG SLI bridges for a build this high end. It looks quite a bit better than that floppy thing.
Are you sure that that's an SSHD? Because I'm sure that the WD Green is just a normal HDD. Otherwise, great compact build. +1
You pretty much have my dream build right there. Fantastic work, +1.
I think that you might want to change that typo to i5-4690k.
Woah, 14k monitors sound pretty amazing. Jks, you might want to fix that typo. Great build, +1. Overkill for the win.
I found the wallpaper myself :)
I think that he mean an i5-4690k...
Great build. +1. Love the setup. You might want to fix the typo in your description where you say that it's an i7-4970k instead of a 4790k. You make me really want an M.2 SSD now.
Great build. Quite similar to what I'm planning. +1.
Mmm, I don't know possibly... but maybe not.
Wow, still a great build, but why list it as a different 980 when it's a reference? And the cable management could be a little bit better. Anyway, +1. Could you also please try to add the monitor into the part list?
I hope you realise that there probably won't be a 980ti, since the Maxwell architecture is nearly full unlocked with the 980 and is fully unlocked with the Titan X, so there probably won't be anything in between. That's what made it a 780ti over the 780, a more unlocked architecture. I'd just get 980's after the Titan X comes out, after they possibly drop in price. Anyway, great build nonetheless. That cable management could be a little better at the front, but still, +1.