Congrats on the feature! Well deserved. You certainly inspire to make a case from scratch. Thanks for the kind words in regards to my build. Hope the PC treats you well.
Those are some bends I like to see! +1
Brilliant! I've humored the idea of making a wooden case. You've done it! +1 for guts
I don't think the wife can complain haha. How'd you get the psu so nice and white? Great attention to detail. +1
I think you justified the 10k price tag building something this stellar. I would like to see how this thing looks in your setup next to your three monitors. Excellent. +1
That is one unique case to say the least with the inverted motherboard.
There's some real ingenuity in this. I'm glad you went with the C1, and the RGB fan frame really showcases the grandiosity of your attention to cooling this build. +1
Your cpu is so powerful it decided to stop and smell the flowers. I like this a lot! +1
black/write panda build. you're a funny one
This is what I like to see!
Great part choices! +1
Thanks a lot for clearing that up! Super po'd at myself for mixing up the names. I think I did it for alliteration sake subconsciously.
Throughout the entire process I was asking myself if it were a total waste of time. More may know Mencken. That's enough for me.
Coming from the Rage builder it means a ton!
Took many years of consolidation. I used to have too many keys and knobs and clutter for lack of better words. Thanks!
As I've said before, if anything I'm Mr. Brainwash
You are one of my favorite commentators on this site. Thanks for the +1!
I'm absolutely floored!
HAHA! There are only four others like it. Thank you Salvo Studios for the best palette one could ask for.
I'm not sure if you're trying to tell me this is the significance behind your description, or you're a prawn from District 9. If you are then thanks for the compliment.
In all sincerity thatnks. I was very lucky to be shopping for an S401 right at the time when the white cases were in the works. I feel It is the glue to the whole aesthetic. I definitely utilized pcpp to keep track of my expenses, and that final cost still makes me a bit queasy. I'm super stoked with the reaction this build has received. I learned a lot and I know where I could have improved, and I have a better understanding what I want for 'my ultimate build', which is undoubtedly years down the road. If you would like to dabble in music production all you need is to choose DAW software. I use Propellerhead Reason, and Ableton Live. There are many and I would just investigate which one would best suit your personality. I would then recommend you purchase an audio interface, which also acts as a D/A converter. You can then plug in mics and instruments. I would go with Focusrite or Universal Audio if you've got the cash, or Tascam if that's what fits your budget. I really like your final comment. It was my goal to make the most out of a SFF build. Thanks again to you and all.
I noticed! Well deserved. Many +1s to come.
You still have a very good shot! Regardless in the eyes of many this is already a feature. The fact you are sponsored is formidable proof you are a master. Excellent work!
Great job truly getting the most out of a budget build! Could you shed some light as you how your GPU backplate, 'Wakanda Forever' lettering, and claw mark 'case shroud' came to be?
This little guy is supurb! That is a really nice fan above the C7 Cu. Don't see enough. It really marks a desire to utilize all your space.
Absolutely masterful! It takes guts to put a loop in this case. Feature status.
I always chuckle when I see someone nose deep in the behemoth that is 'Atlas Shrugged'. That takes some grit to accomplish. Just saw your build and THAT took some MAJOR grit. +1 immediately.
H. L. Mencken was truly remarkable. My favorite free speech advocate. Awesome Rage Wingstick Avatar! +1
I love these cases. I definitely was considering holding off my build until one of these were easily obtainable. (couldn't wait) Your minimal approach is commendable. I take it your monitor stand is a mod? Stellar! +1
In the prime95 torture test the 8700 can reach 120+ watts. When this occurs the temp has reached 85c. I am fortunate there is such good airflow.
The room this machine resides in must certainly remain tidy. A datavac will certainly be considered. Thanks.
This means a lot coming from the creator of the coolest Shift case I've seen. You're no slouch when it comes to SFF. You're wood paneled I/O shield is brilliant. Def got me considering wood as an optional motif for future projects. Thanks for liking my build!
Your avatar pic is great.
I definitely considered this case for my build. It's cool you built this little guy given you already have a full power rig. Great Job. +1
Quite the compliment as those who choose the S401 are certainly efficient.
You can take off the feet and orient it horizontally as well. It's quite versatile. I highly recommend it.
har har. If anything I'm Mr. Brainwash
Shhh, no one's supposed to know. Reason is blowing my mind.
Couldn't have done this without the help of all the features on here. Thanks.
You made my day.
Picture 14 is sick.
Could you elaborate further upon what, 'I'm do the computers' means? I am most intrigued by this subtle nonsensical statement.
There's nothing I don't like about this build.
I think you need to calibrate your monitor ol' chap.
Looks like it's putting out a pleasant aroma of peppermint. Nice!
You're the only person I know who had an 8900k. Really classy build. One cool GPU
I really like that GPU. Always caught my eye. Cool keyboard too. What is the make? Great build
I would recommend a usb audio interface instead of a sound card. much more versatile. Could use a led strip to shine more light on the figurines. Stellar build nonetheless.
That poor bottle
Nice utilization of space with four fans on the radiator. That slight clearance with the GPU is a rush. Nice cables. Could use a sword somewhere with a name like that. Great build. +1