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Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Coldzero :) I can't really remember but i think they're about 30-40 euros.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yeah I'd very much advise that as well. Next build will be another Mini ITX and i'm 100% going for an SFF power supply.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Thank you! No, I don't. It's sort of a mess there. I tried my very best but the white cable sleeves are extensions of the original PSU cables which made it very hard to do proper cable managament, given that it's such a small case + i used a full sized PSU.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

It was really tricky ... It nearly didnt fit. To be honest, im pretty sure that the cooler isnt 100% perfectly seated on the CPU. I really had to squeeze it. Nevertheless, the CPU doesn't overheat so it's fine. im hardly the first one to combine these two specific components in this case.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

thank you very much! It's an Anne Pro 60% keyboard.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Coldzero.eu They're a portoguese company for custom backplatea, SSD's and other modding components. Since I live in Belgium, it's one of the only options I have without paying ridiculous shipping costs.

Comment reply on TarikDurak's Completed Build: Neon Twister - The ITX 1440P Powerhouse

  • 1 month ago
  • 2 points

Don't worry friend, you'll get one too one day. I saved up for this build for multiple years :)

Comment reply on rijsegem1983's Completed Build: Black and Blue gaming computer

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Geen probleem hoor, heb ondertussen mijn eigen build al een tijdje af.

Ik heb mijn kabels gekocht bij ensourced.net, ben niet voor ebay gegaan omdat ik toch niet volledig overtuigd was van de betrouwbaarheid. Zeer professioneel werk, helaas best wel wat shipping moeten betalen aangezien het vanuit Amerika kwam, maar uiteindelijk het echt wel waard.

Ik heb nog geen foto's geupload van mijn eigen build, maar ik ga het snel doen, zal hier een link posten dan kan je eens kijken!

Ik zal binnekort zeker eens komen kijken naar je update ;)

grt!

Comment reply on dmedwards4's Completed Build: lil club aka beastly ITX build with RGB

  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

I was considering putting a gtx 1080 ti FTW3 inside my build (we have quite similar builds) but since your card is 298mms and the ftw3 is 299.72, i dont reckon it will fit, will it?

Since I'm also using a kraken radiator in the front so clearance is as limited as in your case.

Comment reply on areohotah's Completed Build: White mini ITX beast

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Where did you hide the usb 2.0 cable that plugs into the hub on one end and into the motherboard on the other end? Is it hidden behind the gpu?

Comment reply on Arden_Computers's Completed Build: Pink Vader - Mini-ITX

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Were you able to hide the usb 2.0 header cable on the motherboard behind your graphics card? I finished my build but don't have a graphics card installed right now but the cable is so hideous to look at so I was wondering if when I do get my gpu I can squish the cable behind it.

Comment reply on chefteddypro's Completed Build: The Mini Rig

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Were you able to hide the usb 2.0 header cable on the motherboard behind your graphics card? I finished my build but don't have a graphics card installed right now but the cable is so hideous to look at so I was wondering if when I do get my gpu I can squish the cable behind it.

Comment reply on Linksy's Completed Build: VR RGB ITX <insert trending themes> build

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Do you think it would be possible to feed the tubes of the kraken through the opening at the top of the white cable management bracket? I've seen some people do it with the kraken x42 but I want to get the x52 like you for better intake airflow and I dont know if there's a difference between the tubes of the x42 and x52.

Comment reply on Ametista's Completed Build: Amethyst

  • 13 months ago
  • 2 points

Sorry, overlooked it ! Thanks though :) Beautiful build

Comment reply on Ametista's Completed Build: Amethyst

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Where did you place the Hue+? I imagine its quite tricky placing it considering the limited amount of space in this mini itx enclosure. Your build is making me consider going with aio cooling, but i'd feed the tubes through the opening in the white cable management bracket. Were you able to reach the smart hub in the back of the case with the nzxt aer rgb fans? or did you need an extensions to go all the way from the back of the case to the smart hub?

Comment reply on Serzyfritz's Completed Build: Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX TG - EK Watercooled i7-8700K / GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Did you have any problems with the length of the psu cables? I'm planning to use the same seasonic psu for my mini itx build inside of the nzxt h200i and i've seen several people complaining about cable length.

Comment reply on mekberg's Completed Build: The Fame Monster

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

I was considering connecting the fan in between the heatsinks of the nh-d15s to the motherboard, aswell as the exhaust fan. (Also using the asus z370-i motherboard) and then connecting the two front fans to the hub in the back, by using two sets of Noctua NA-SEC1 extension cables to make sure they reach to the back of the case into the smart hub.

Comment reply on mekberg's Completed Build: The Fame Monster

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Thank you! One more question, how did you connect all those fans since the motherboard only has 3x4 pin fan connectors. Are they connected to the back unit in the h200i? If so, how do the cables reach all the way back there? Especially for the back exhaust fan.

I'm only going to use one fan in between the two heatsinks of the noctua cpu cooler, so that ends up being 2 intakes, one exhaust, one cpu fan.

Comment reply on Vincanti's Completed Build: Owlite (A White Build)

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Why do u need the vibration mount 16 pack? I thought all the little colored nubs are included with the fans?

Comment reply on mekberg's Completed Build: The Fame Monster

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

This means that you would connect the fans and just lay them off to the side, then install the d15 and attach the already hooked up fans? doesnt that make it hard with the wire being in the way?

Comment reply on mekberg's Completed Build: The Fame Monster

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Can you please tell me which ones are the fans in front? There's so many and I'm confused.

Comment reply on Arden_Computers's Completed Build: Pink Vader - Mini-ITX

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

The strix 1080ti is way thicker than the 1080. Look it up in a size comparison and you'll see.

Comment reply on Arden_Computers's Completed Build: Pink Vader - Mini-ITX

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

Did you remove the cable management bracket in order to fit the aio tubes through the hole at the top? I havent seen anyone doing it like this, but this way it genuinly looks pretty good. I found that with the way everyone else does it, it ends up looking kinda sloppy because of the limited amount of room.

Comment reply on sawyermm's Completed Build: Sleek & Beastly

  • 13 months ago
  • 2 points

Its exactly that, I own both of those

Comment reply on disco-cowboy's Completed Build: Coffee Lake Beasty Boys

  • 14 months ago
  • 3 points

The amount of love put into this system is absolutely outstanding. He's lucky to have a dad like you, not because you gave him an expensive build, but because of how you're looking out for his interests and schooling! He's probably very much enjoying it so far!

How did you measure the custom cable lengths? I'm interested in doing this for my own NZXT s340 Elite but I'd have no idea how to correctly measure the lenghts (this might be a very silly question). I'm however doing a vertical mounting of the graphics card so it faces the glass.

Comment reply on bospk's Completed Build: White & Simplistic // 7700K Kaby Lake Build

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm really considering picking up this case to match the white drawers I have under my wallnut ikea karlby desk. Do you have any pictures of it on the desk? (I know this is sort of a weird question, but I cant find good examples since no one builds in these closed cases any longer).

Edit: Do you reckon a psu shroud should help with cable management and overall cleanliness? V1Tech sells custom psu shrouds for these cases and I'm used to not seeing my psu (I own an nzxt s340 elite.)

Comment reply on navy_16's Completed Build: Cheetah

  • 14 months ago
  • 2 points

Damn I found someone who listens to Koan Sound! I'd plus 1 you just for that alone ;)

Comment reply on rijsegem1983's Completed Build: Black and Blue gaming computer

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

Deze kabels zien er echt mooi uit. Ik heb zitten kijken naar cablemod kabels maar heel vaak zie ik dat ze er te los uitzien, hier lijkt het wel of elke kabel mooi samengepakt zit als één geheel zonder ruimte er tussen. (Als je weet wat ik bedoel, best moeilijk uit te leggen).

Ik had nog wel een vraagje, de stata power kabel voor die Samsung SSD, heb je deze ook vervangen? De mijne ziet er erg bulky uit en steekt een beetje omhoog zo net waar ze onder de psu shroud naar boven komen.

Comment reply on Amnesiak's Completed Build: Mr. Q's RGB Zebra

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

Is it possible do build this without the NZXT Hub? I have a msi Krait 3X Motherboard and also intend on getting 2 x aer fans and the kraken.

Comment reply on mhshaon98's Completed Build: The Kraken

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

(+1) I really like the look of this setup, especially the color scheme. I might have to give it a go once my nzxt kraken x62 arrives. I'm in the market for a new monitor but I can't seem to wrap my head around what I'd purchase. I'm currently still using this cheap Samsung 24 inch 1080P 60Hz monitor (s24f350fhu).

I like the look of the Dell very much as it has a non-gamer look which I very much appreciate. The price difference between the 24 inch and 27 inch model in my country is, needless to say quite ridiculous. (A difference of up to 140-200 euros even for just a couple inches).

Are u satisfied with the size of the monitor at 1440p? I've seen a large amount of people say that 27 inches is the best size for 1440p, not 24 inches.

Comment reply on Merlac's Completed Build: Aurora Borealis

  • 14 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks for the quick reply! I'm probably going to pick one up from Coldzero, I own a custom backplate from them for my gtx 1070 so I'm used to dealing with them.

I really love your build and color scheme, it helps me visualize what I want for my pc in the future!

Comment reply on Merlac's Completed Build: Aurora Borealis

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

I see you're using a support bracket for your gpu. I own the same NZXT S340 Elite case and paired it with an msi armor gtx 1070 and msi krait 3x motherboard, but the gpu suffers from a significant amount of sag.

I mounted the gpu in the lower pci-e slot to make it less visible, but it's really been starting to annoy me. Does the bracket ever bother you in terms of looks and do you think it's worth it to purchase one?

Comment reply on iutri's Completed Build: First Gaming PC

  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

How the rx 480 armor performing for you ? I wanted to get it really badly but I have found very few about it.

Comment reply on Cosmo_Canyon's Completed Build: Polaris

  • 29 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm thinking about buying nearly the same build but building it inside of the NZXT S340 Elite black, with an i5 7500 since I'm not planning on doing any oc'ing on the cpu side of things. I have questions about this build though. The ssd covers, did you get them printed somewhere with a adhesive back and then applied them onto the ssd's ? You mentioned you put stickers on the ram, do you have any links for that ? Also, how is the XFX RX 480 doing, temperature and noise wise ?

You have a very nice build going in, so nice I'm going to use it as template for my own. I buy my parts in segments and I have the NZXT S340 Elite and the NZXT HUE + so far.

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