Yes, after their latest overhaul it really is great. This time last year I was ready to give up on Adobe. Glad I held on.
2933 @ C16
Haven't had any issues with it. Was hoping to get 3200 out of it w/ the better memory controller, but that's didn't happen. I'm happy with it nonetheless though.
Thanks! Yeah, I always get asked about my peripherals, so I included them this time. Yes, I have one for adobe and another for my lightroom cache, previews.
Would have looked sick in the O11, but this still looks fantastic! Great job.
Ah, small form factor builds. Never get tired of em. Nice work!
Easy things to say when you have no idea where a person is from, what parts they have available to them, when they built it, etc... Perhaps you're the one that needs to get it together.
That's what the RGB LEDs are for.
Beautiful photographed and budgeted!
There are extra clips in the box to mount a 2nd fan for push/pull.
It runs really well. No issues. Slowly becoming the primary OS as I try to reduce my usage of M$. Tired of the whole OS being a giant ad/data collection machine. The only thing that drives me nuts is not being able to control the Corsair lighting to turn it back off. It's been too long for Corsair to keep ignoring Linux users.
I run it with a ton of mods. I get about 90-120 FPS.
Oh man... you got me too.
Was not prepared to laugh at that.
You could always use something to counter the glare. I have giant diffusers to do it, but a white sheet or even sometimes a piece of paper will do the trick. (Just some advice for next time, not saying you really need to)
That's so clean that it looks like a rendering.
Such a classy build. Fantastic job!
No. This is fine. Before this build I had an 1800X w/ the GTX 1080 that folding 24/7 for 9 months and running VMs. Not even a hint of an issue. Similar story here.
I will be shuffling parts soon though. I bought an HX1200i for my main rig, so this RM1000i will be going in this build, then this PSU will get re-used. Not because this needs that kind of power, but because the RM1000i has some really cool data collection abilities.
I had to turn them down for photos. They are significantly brighter than any other LED in the system, so it was actually downing everything else out.
I figured it was too simple a build. Used to seeing full loops and heavy modding. Happy nonetheless though. :)
Agreed. Some said the VRMs on the Zenith Extreme were overkill too, but the 2990WX sure needed it. (I went with the 2950X in that build from the 1950X).
Thanks! Didn't think it would, but you def. called it.
Yeah, that was the first thing I tried. It didn't help.
Thanks! I only tried for 3200 which it did with ease.
Thanks! I did try sleeved cables, but much to my dismay, they were thicker than stock cables and I couldn't route them in the cable cover. I am having a friend of mine make a larger one and then the sleeved cables will return.
Thank you! I like it. The previous iteration has a hybrid GTX 1080. They performed very similarly. The one place I will say I like it better is when I'm using Linux on the system. The drivers being included in the Kernel really made it a great experience.
+1 for the title.
A fellow NCASEr! Great build!
No, it's still going strong. Still hoping some better options come out though. I hate not knowing the water temp like I was able to with Corsair's offerings.
Oh boy... thanks!
I bought it a week or two before prices shot up.
Didn't want to do water in a build that's going to get moved and bumped and whatnot when traveling. Yes, Der8auer tool was used.
Because they start at like $450 used on amazon or new on ebay. No thanks.
Yeah. Luckily I had the GPU before things went south.
UserBenchmarks: Game 133%, Desk 146%, Work 132%
Thank you very much!
No problem. The Drevo Calibur 71 is nice and has separate arrow/insert/home/pg up/down keys.
I wonder if I could get it done. Hmmm... I'm intrigued now.
No, the lack of light just makes it look that way.
Thank you! It was an awesome surprise to wake up to.