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Comment reply on rhalibur's Completed Build: AMD Flip or Flop

  • 20 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice system I love the wall mounted Thermaltake Core P3 almost went with it myself but as youre aware I couldn't figure out how I would conceal the wiring going into it from all the externals (I'm a sucker for cable management) So instead went with the Thermaltake view 71 so its solid backplate can hide them for me ;) Only advice I can give is to definitely take full advantage of the M.2 slot (although it may (check mobo tech docs) disable a few sata ports in doing so) it's well worth it!!

Comment reply on Bootsyy's Completed Build: Magnum Opus

  • 20 months ago
  • 4 points

Serious build... Really love the cooling system in all white style. Cant really add much advice to that system aside from you could make a whole lot more room for a completely new build by shipping that one to me ;) Great work my friend!!

Comment reply on R0yalCarnage420's Completed Build: White Wolf

  • 20 months ago
  • 3 points

Nice system, I went back n forth between Ryzen n Intel but also ended up going with Intel in the end mainly out of habit and the fact that they have always served me well where as my one and only AMD pc turned out to be my least favorite (not that AMD was at fault...completely). I went with Air cooling over liquid for the time being since my build wont really see its potential until I add in the 2nd GPU and 4K monitor/s. Also if your still worried about the water cooling system leaking yo can replace the fluid currently used with PrimoChill PC ICE Non-Conductive Water Cooling Fluid (as well as others) which won't fry your components if it ever does leak out although be warned that if you don't keep your internals somewhat clean and allow layers of dust to accumulate then the liquid will become conductive when mixed with it. Also as many have suggested, definitely grab yourself an NVMe SSD drive. As for your cable management only thing can suggest is to buy wall mounting brackets n throw the speakers up on the back wall but I think it looks fine as is. Alas... great job on your build my friend!!

Comment reply on iLuSiVe's Completed Build: iLuSiVe CuStoMz - SolaRis MaXiMuS

  • 20 months ago
  • 2 points

It took me a while to decide on which drone to go with and it did not let me down at all, it's amazing and well worth the investment! Also...thanks can't wait to finally have it up and running ;)

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