Is that M2 drive on a riser card or is that part of the case?
Where did you get a 1080 for $500?
Where did you get the custom cables at? I am looking at getting some for my rig update that I am planning.
How did you get that monitor inside the case? That's awesome.
I didn't realize how gigantic that Threadripper box is! That build is pretty sweet though!
Is there a PC there? I was too busy being distracted by the models.
Love the paint job! Oh and Lego Batman FTW!
I have to say I really like the use of RGB in this build - it fits. How big is this case compared to the Evolv? Is it that much more noticeable? Is it worth the extra $150?
+1 for Quagmire! Lol.
Yeah it does on my Intel build. I haven't had much chance to play with overclocking on my Ryzen rig yet.
I haven't had much of a chance to game on it yet but the R7 is a very nice CPU. It should be able to run just about anything.
Yeah Ryzen is great, the switch was worth it!
This is a very nice mod! How hard was it painting the case?
I can hear Mark Wahlberg going "I think that's a Transformer!" :lol:
I want that In Win Infinity case, that thing is sweet!
Big league! Lol.
It's gonna be huuuuuuuuuuge!
LMAO at the Perv pic!
We're going to make the Pentium 4 great again, OK! Because the Pentium 4 is the best CPU, no CPU is greater than that! We're going to build a wall around people who don't use the Pentium 4 and it's going to be the best wall ever.
Oooooooh I love that In Win D Frame, but that price is a deal breaker. Lol.
That is a thing of beauty there. How does the EKWB Predator hold up? I am seriously thinking about buying one at some point.
I haven't really had a chance to play any games yet, I've been crazy busy the last couple of weeks.
I have been trying to enable XMP but it doesn't seem to be working at the moment.
Thanks! Yeah it is, handles everything I can throw at it!
That is a pretty awesome build. I wanted to do something similar to that with my White Knight rig but it didn't quite turn out that way.
Amazing looking build! And Old School FTW! :lol:
Mini ITX for the win!
Same here. I built one last year using my old 3570K and a GTX 960 and it works beautifully.
That looks amazing. This would be my "if I won the lottery" type of PC.
Very, very nice. Why can't I get mine to look like that? Lol.
Really! How come I can't get mine to look like that beauty? Lol.
I love that In Win case.
Sweet build. Needs the theme music:
Yeah they had them in stock at the NZXT Armory and I grabbed one as soon as I could. I'll be getting my fan controller this week I think.
I am a supporter of Cryorig for sure!
Yeah I was looking at that one. I was also considering their new Grid V2 to go with my Hue+. I don't think I'll be putting duct tape on my case any time soon though.
Thanks, I totally want to get a Hue controller to go with my Corsair K70 / M65 RGB setup. After seeing video of one in action yesterday, I do definitely want one.
I've done a lot of builds in the last six years and this might be the best one I've ever done.
My next full build I plan on using that case. mini ITX is the wave of the future!
Probably reserved for a future upgrade to an unlocked CPU would be my guess, but the build looks good! I like the black and blue color scheme.
Yeah I'm debating between getting that card or getting a 4K monitor. I'm leaning toward the 4K monitor at first. Then the card later.
Oh man do I want an MSI Lightning! I'd go for the Kingpin but it's a bit too rich for my blood. How is it in gaming?
I like this case, never seen it lit up before. But yeah post some interior pics!
Yeah I'm really liking this one!
I've been wanting to go SFX for a while now, I was waiting on the case but decided that I was tired of waiting and scored a good deal on the Raven. Love it.
I might play around with the BIOS and do a mild overclock but I am not looking to push the CPU beyond 4.2 at this point.
It's a 3570K, which I had left over from a previous build where the motherboard failed on me (it was actually the fault of a bad NZXT Kraken X61). I don't plan on doing any real overclocking with this rig, I just want something that will be better than the stock fan but be low clearance enough that it can fit into an ultra compact case. I have actually used several of these coolers. I have the AMD version on a Gigabyte 78LT and it works great.
I could probably use the stock fan actually. I have a system with a Pentium G3258 that runs on the stock fan and works fine, but that's why I went with the Noctua because I wanted something that's a bit better and works in tight spaces.
I'm just joking.
That looks awesome. The kind of PCs that I would build if I had the money!
At least that Caselabs box is big enough that you can live in! Lol.
One of the reviews I saw on Amazon said that this case had clearance issues with certain coolers. Is this right? I'm using a Noctua NH-L9i and I don't think that should be a problem but if I decide to use something else would it be?
I'm amazed that one builder was able to pack a 5960X and GTX 980TI into this thing.
Is it this one? The price is definitely right on it!