Nice build and parts!
Nice build! Man, did you max out your credit cards for this build?
Nice build and Nice parts. I've never seen Asus's AIO's before. Looks good.
You honestly think that the RTX 2080ti is about the same price as the GTX 1080ti? When's the last time you went shopping for GPU's. The 1080ti is about half as much as the 2080ti.
Nice build, but why soo much for the 1080 ti's?? $1247.15 each? Did you buy them during the crypto craze or something?
The AIO sleeves are a nice add on. I really like the way they look. The build quality is okay but it does the job. I recommend them. I think you'll overall be happy with them.
Nice build. I like how you used the white comic book backing board to cover the unused cable routing holes and SSD trays. I have the exact same case and similar build. Check it out if you get a chance. I thought about going with the same Noctua fans. I bet there super quiet. What temps are you getting on your cpu?
Nice color scheme, I absolutely love the Dominator Ram. Feel free to check out my build I just completed about 2 months ago and you'll see what I mean.
Oh ok, i see. Thank you for the nice compliment. Good luck with your future GPU. The 2070 will be a nice upgrade for you.
Why such a powerful PSU, you have way too many watts for this build. You could have bought a 650W to 750W and used the extra money you would have saved towards a better GPU.
Thank you! I love this case. To me it's very easy to work with. As long as you are smart with your cable management you should have plenty of room to work with. It seems to keep temperatures at bay as well.
Nice build. I just love this case. I just built my build about 1 month ago in the exact same case. Feel free to check it out- https://pcpartpicker.com/b/h8w6Mp -I know it's now discontinued as i had to search around to get it and it was one of the last ones. Glad I got it before it sold out. However, if it did my second favorite case i would have got is the nzxt h700i.
Thanks, me too. I saw yours as well. Very nice.
I agree bout Dominator, thank you so much.
Yes, it was pretty easy to build overall. Only ran into a couple small issues during the build but nothing that couldn't be easily fixed. Did you mean what color cables does the psu come with? The psu comes with stock black cables. However, the cablemod cables look so much better as the wires are individually sleeved, the ones that come with psu are not.
Very nice build! I definitely like the Dominator Ram/set up better. If you look at my build I just completed bout a month ago you'll see why.
Nice build. How do you like that monitor? How do you plan on getting by with only 250GB of hard drive space? Especially if you game a lot. External hard drive?
Nice build. I'm right there with you about the 8086k. I just built a new rig with the same processor. https://pcpartpicker.com/b/h8w6Mp - I haven't tried to OC mine as high as yours just yet, but plan on it soon just to see if i can.
I had the h100i v2 before i got the h100i pro. I like the pro so much better. It has thinner hoses so it's easier to work with. Also the fans are ML series on the PRO versus the SP series on the h100i v2, meaning they are a lot quieter. Not to mention the rgb is better on the PRO if you're into that. I just finished my new build using the PRO. Feel free to check it out.
Man that thing does run hot. Why do you have your part list with the 8700k when you have a 7700k? Nice looking build either way. I just finished a new build as well with a couple used parts.
Thank you very much!
How did the de-lid go? Are you still using the h100i v2 with it? How are your temps now? Btw, nice one, You got a bargain.
How on earth did you get a 8700k for $200.00?