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heintzyuan's Completed Build: H200i double aio build

_Roller_ 1 point 7 hours ago

Clearly it's because the 120mm won't be enough, not because of asthetic

heintzyuan's Completed Build: H200i double aio build

_Roller_ 0 points 21 hours ago

Cooling a 9900K with a 120mm AIO... oof

TonsofPuppies's Completed Build: My Very First PC Build!

_Roller_ 1 point 2 days ago

What kind of CPU and GPU temps are you getting under load/stress?

C00ki3's Completed Build: NZXT Fan Build

_Roller_ 2 points 3 days ago

Where are your intake fans? I hope you don't have them smashed up against the front panel on the other side of that radiator...

StuntmanFord's Completed Build: NZXT H200 mini itx build complete!

_Roller_ 2 points 5 days ago

Do you think a 280mm AIO would fit since that case can fit 140mm fans in front?

DocH's Completed Build: Polar Ice

_Roller_ 9 points 6 days ago

r/whoosh

ssgeorge's Completed Build: My First Gaming Mini-ITX Build!

_Roller_ -1 points 7 days ago

There are two brands of RGB SSD if I remember right, these and HyperX also has their own.

zdavison28's Completed Build: Tax Money 2019

_Roller_ 1 point 7 days ago

Please tell me you didn't actually spend $230 on a 1050 Ti....

Terrae's Completed Build: New Horizons

_Roller_ 1 point 10 days ago

You have the wrong CPU Cooler in your parts list, just an FYI.

Preacher45's Completed Build: My one weakness

_Roller_ 0 points 10 days ago

How is a $700 card competing with a $350 and $500 card? The thing has been out for over a month now and is still OOS everywhere most of the time. This GPU is nothing more than a workstation card turned into a "gaming GPU" to keep AMD in the news. Hopefully Navi actually gives Nvidia some competition because this card doesn't.

_Grizzly_'s Completed Build: VR Gaming Rig

_Roller_ 1 point 10 days ago

Wrong GPU in your parts list.

Forum Topic "ASUS ROG Strix X470-F and Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200"

_Roller_ 1 point 11 days ago

I paid extra to get the Ryzen compatible B-Die RAM. Probably not worth the extra cost I paid in terms of performance, but I didn't want to take any chances. I built my dad a 2200G PC for Father's Day last year without looking at the QVL and I couldn't get his RAM to run at the rated 3200, so I also dropped it to 2933.

Forum Topic "Where to find MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z?"

_Roller_ 1 point 11 days ago

I was a fan of the old lightning cards but the 2080 Ti version looks like trash. The RGB implementation is horrible and it doesn't OC any better than your typical 2080 Ti.

Forum Topic "best storage option for 120 bucks"

_Roller_ 1 point 11 days ago

Just get a 1TB SSD. Use Google Express and all the promo codes they give out for first time users to get something like a 1TB MX500 for under $115.

Forum Topic "ASUS ROG Strix X470-F and Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200"

_Roller_ 1 point 11 days ago

Should have checked the motherboard QVL to see if that RAM is supported before buying it. My RAM runs at the rated settings with D.O.C.P. enabled on that board no problem.

ioClearly's Completed Build: Where the f**k i'm at?

_Roller_ 1 point 12 days ago

Card is running hot because you've got a closed off case with a radiator as intake.

Forum Topic "Practical motherboard for i9 9900k?"

_Roller_ 2 points 13 days ago

Never said it was the perfect option. Sad to see Micro ATX getting screwed the last couple of years. The good high end options for Intel CPUs have been less and less every year and AMD had very few X370 mATX options and ZERO X470 mATX motherboards.

Forum Topic "Practical motherboard for i9 9900k?"

_Roller_ 1 point 13 days ago

The Gene isn't available in North America, hence why I didn't include it.

Forum Topic "What CPU for 1440p gaming; paired with a RTX 2070"

_Roller_ 1 point 13 days ago

Either one, Intel or AMD will work, but if you're streaming I'd go with either the 8700K, 9700K, or 9900K from Intel or at least a 2600 or better from AMD.

Forum Topic "Practical motherboard for i9 9900k?"

_Roller_ 2 points 13 days ago

Since that's a micro ATX case about your only decent motherboard option for the 9900K would be the MSI - MPG Z390M GAMING EDGE. All other mATX options at Z390 are more suited to an i5.

zrobb's Completed Build: Zrobb 2.0

_Roller_ 1 point 14 days ago

Why would you give the SSD 3/5 for saying it's not NVMe? Clearly, you knew it wasn't when you bought it so why would you knock off stars for that?

SLIPPERYCOUCH's Completed Build: First ITX Build I5 9600K and RTX 2060

_Roller_ 1 point 14 days ago

Nice looking build. Out of curiosity, is there enough room for push/pull setup in the front? I see there's still some space between the radiator and the cable management bar.

Forum Topic "Have anyone tried the intel 660p?"

_Roller_ 2 points 14 days ago

Lot of people have this rationale that if it's not the best of the best it's trash. You want NVMe but it's not Samsung? Trash, etc.

Forum Topic "First time OC"

_Roller_ 1 point 14 days ago

Asus has their GPU Tweak II software although I've no idea if it's any good or not.

Forum Topic "Fractal Design Meshify C TG and RTX 2080 TI"

_Roller_ 1 point 14 days ago

Check the clearance and length of the GPU. You won't have room for the Gaming X Trio in that case unless you remove a front intake fan since there's only 315mm of clearance in the front with fans installed. I have a Strix 1070 Ti and front Noctua fans and only have about 15-20mm of space left.

Forum Topic "Have anyone tried the intel 660p?"

_Roller_ 1 point 14 days ago

Seems like a fine drive to me. The whole thing about QLC slowing down is only under extreme workloads, which very few people on here will ever actually encounter. I'd have no problem using one if I were building a new system.

Forum Topic "How to connect 3 Noctua NF A12x25 Fan to one mobo header?"

_Roller_ 2 points 14 days ago

Depends on the voltage/amperage of the fans and what the header can handle. If the fans are rated at a max of 0.2-0.3 amps each and the motherboard can handle 1 amp, should be fine. I have three Noctua Industrial 3000 rpm fans running on one header via a fan hub and it's been fine.

warplane's Completed Build: Triton by World of Fred

_Roller_ 1 point 17 days ago

Did you have any clearance issues with the front panel, HD audio, and other connectors on the bottom of the motherboard with that bottom mounted radiator? Thinking about buying this case myself.

warplane's Completed Build: Triton by World of Fred

_Roller_ 1 point 17 days ago

Wish we could see some pictures of the build process and not just the final build, but fantastic nonetheless.

BobCustomGamer's Completed Build: Twin GPU/CPU closed loop cooling VR gaming rig

_Roller_ 1 point 19 days ago

Buying a 2080 Ti to play at 1080p......

THATxGUYxAGAIN's Completed Build: My First build!

_Roller_ 1 point 20 days ago

Z370 boards aren't being made anymore, are out of stock in many places, and the places that still have them have jacked up the prices because stock is low.

AceTheBase's Completed Build: My First Gaming PC Ever

_Roller_ 2 points 24 days ago

Having most components be top tier then upgrading the GPU later would have been a better course of action in my opinion. Just a 2060 would run games at 1080p or 1440p well enough to tide you over until you save up enough to go top tier with the GPU. An extra $850 could have gotten you a 2700X, more SSD storage, higher wattage PSU, much better monitor, and still have a bit left over. Plus selling the 2060 in however many months would still likely net you $250-275 in return.

Forum Topic "Corsair h100i RGB Platinum"

_Roller_ 1 point 24 days ago

With that low profile RAM clearance won't be an issue. Even with tall RAM you're fine in the Meshify C if you have a Ryzen system. It's Intel motherboards where tall RAM and a top mounted radiator may run into clearance issues.

Forum Topic "R7-2700X"

_Roller_ 1 point 24 days ago

I have a 2700X with a 1070 Ti and a 1440p 144hz monitor and consistently get between 100-150fps at max settings on the games I play. If you were gaming at 1080p I'd probably recommend Intel but at 1440p or 4k Ryzen is fine too, you're losing almost unnoticeable fps and saving a nice chunk of change.

joebenet's Completed Build: 120Hz ultrawide gaming build

_Roller_ 3 points 25 days ago

Are you going to add any fans on the bottom to feed more air to the GPU?

ThoughtA's Build Guide: Great AMD Gaming/Streaming Build

_Roller_ -1 points 28 days ago

So when are you guys going to actually put up new build videos and component reviews?

andrewcjduong's Completed Build: i9-9900K MicroATX Beast Build

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

That CPU temp, oof.

andrewcjduong's Completed Build: i9-9900K MicroATX Beast Build

_Roller_ 2 points 1 month ago

Temps?

Forum Topic "CPU to match RTX 2080 8gb OC"

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

At 1440p Ryzen isn't going to be that far behind the Intel counterparts so a 2600X or 2700X would be fine too if you need to save some money.

Imnukinfutts's Completed Build: ROG build

_Roller_ 2 points 1 month ago

IKR?

lostredneck's Completed Build: I thought I knew what I was doing

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

What kind of dumbass takes off two stars for a GPU review because of a card's weight....

VIXFALL's Completed Build: Dark Prism

_Roller_ 3 points 1 month ago

Or more pictures in general...

Tffcypher's Completed Build: Cyphers Battlestation

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

What kind of thermals are you getting on your CPU and GPU? My build from a year and a half ago was very similar to this with the only real difference being the GPU, I had a 1080 instead of a 2080. My GPU routinely hit 81C or higher so I'm just curious what temps you're getting.

OriolesRock100's Completed Build: 2700X - RTX 2070 w/ RGB Galore (First PC Build)

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

Sounds like you didn't choose the right case for your build then. Your build in the Lian Li PC-O11 is a case much more suited for all the components you stuffed in there.

Edit: To add to that, I think you will find the vast majority of people who have built in the Meshify C will say that cable management was more than adequate.

OriolesRock100's Completed Build: 2700X - RTX 2070 w/ RGB Galore (First PC Build)

_Roller_ 2 points 1 month ago

Eh, as long as all the cables are flat enough against the case where you don't have to force the back panel on and it's not bending out in any way due to clumps of cables it's fine. If you have an empty HDD cage or a HDD slot not being used I tend to push some of the cables in there.

OriolesRock100's Completed Build: 2700X - RTX 2070 w/ RGB Galore (First PC Build)

_Roller_ 3 points 1 month ago

That's because you have an Intel motherboard while OP has an AMD motherboard. It sounds odd but if you look at the majority of modern Intel boards compared to modern AMD boards you'll notice the RAM slots sit about 5-10mm further towards the bottom on AMD boards, allowing for more top radiator clearance in cases like the Meshify C here.

OriolesRock100's Completed Build: 2700X - RTX 2070 w/ RGB Galore (First PC Build)

_Roller_ 0 points 1 month ago

If you have problems with cable management in the Meshify C you're not doing it right...

RainForest's Completed Build: Aorus plus Corsair

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

Wow, that motherboard is overkill for an i5, but as another poster said, at least you'll have a great board should you upgrade to an i7 or i9. I see AIB partners such as Gigabyte and Asus are essentially reusing some of their 10 series coolers on the lower end RTX cards. That 2060 AORUS XTREME is the same cooler used on the AORUS XTREME 10 series cards and the Asus ROG STRIX 2060 and 2070 use the same cooler as their 10 series cards, not that there's anything wrong with that, just an observation.

Mr_Fluorescent's Completed Build: My First Build

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

There's an SSD in the part list...

jerameyj's Completed Build: Weston Ryzen 2920X Build

_Roller_ 1 point 1 month ago

That's the white Dynamic, not the black.

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