Good thing i got it free.
Yeah.. That's what I was worried about. I tried to push it up more but there's still about half an inch from the psu to the roof of the chassis
My gpu AIO is bolted to the top left of the case as exhaust and then my CPU aio was tucked away to the right side into the backside of the case as intake.
Its in the back and its sitting up side ways
No it does not
I have 3 light strips. All running from the back, top, and front of the case.
I bought a fan splitter which allowed me to go up to ten fans. My case gave me the option of mounting 10 fans on. It Will depend on your case and how much clearance you have. I could've gone to 13 fans for a push and pull effect on my radiator for the CPU. Then again, I may need a bigger power supply if I decide too.
The splitter is from "Deepcool" bought off of Amazon for 15$?
Im not entirely sure.. But I boought it off some private owner off craigslist. Length is 6ft by 2 1/2 ft. Paid 60$ for the desk. Original he told me was 280$
Im using a 10 pin fan splitter from deepcool off of Amazon. 15$ I think?
They were custom AIO sleeves from cable mod.
its hidden behind the motherboard.
The gpu backplate was from v1tech.com
Ans cooler Im using is a built in AIO for my graphics card. It was a 1080 ftw hybrid
Yes I did. I bought a 10 fan hub plug
The custom sleeves werr from a small company called Ensourced. The AIO sleeves were from cable mod that i purchased off Amazon. Then the white power supply was to show off in my first case but the white power cables dont come with this seasonic power cable. The power supply youre thinking about that comes with the white power supply cables is the corsair rmx850.
So far.. They havent had any issues. They sound really quiet.
My CPU radiator is on the far right side of the Chasis and its coming in as an air intake. Then the GPU radiator is my exhaust which has a push and pull configuration
Hahaha thank you for the love! But ive been looking at different kits and types of fittings and brands for a custom loop build. Not sure if I wanna save up and run SLI first then do a custom loop. But I'm just stuck with what I wanna do next. Lol maybe some time in the future!
Nope. Lights are perfectly dimmed
Thank you! Honestly they aren't as loud i thought. They are actually quieter than the corsair fans i had. Bug then again I am running 10 fans so it could get a bit loud but during load my fans don't work really hard for a long time. Maybe a few minutes? Then it goes back down.
During my gaming after like 30 mins temps sit at average of 65° fir my CPU. Then my GPU sits around 57°-60°.
it actually isnt that bright at all. the lighitng is just perfect.
Yes I did
yes it is
Theye custom sleeved cables from "ensourced"
its a backplate from V1tech.
Thank you, definently means alot. Much appreciated for the compliments and comments.
Thank you! The prices for some of the things I got em alot cheaper. I know my gpu was alot cheaper than the listed price. Paid $550 for it.
Be my guess. Lol
When i have time this after the holidays, I'll take a picture of it.
The case gave so much room for the cable management. So it was really easy to hide all the wires and tie things down. I enjoyed it
Yeah... I wasn't willing to pay for that price. And i had a deal on my mother board and CPU combo
I thought about using that case too but in white. But I decided to go with the lian li just to showcase more of the lights
Temps are great! Under load sits around 60°C (gpu)
And just alot of youtube experience. Lol and a few months of research.
Yeah, the photos dont do any justice. It looks alot better in person. But thank you.
Thank you. And yeah it does. Tucks all the wires away neatly
In this case, there is a spot in the back to hide the power supply. This case has so much room for cable managing and it hides the power supply in the back really well. And the PSU will just sit sideways.
Thank you, much appreciated
Sadly, theres only one switch that turna em off and on. Theres only one setting to them. But I dont think theyre actually too bright or too dim.
In the photos it looks bright. But in my room. Its not as bright as I thought it would be. Also I turned down the brightness of my LED strips as well.
They're from Cable mod, bought off Amazon.
Got em for 8$
Thank you! I was very nit picky about the cable managing
thank you. but it was off my android phone. lol