Go to options and make sure under settings the box next to "Show All Devices" is checked. If it is your fans will show.
It used to work really well, there was an update 2 months ago. I agree it now sucks, it crashes, no longer adjust fan speed on gpu, led on pump does not stay at set color. It SUCKS!
I was looking for someone using Corsair's 760T, when you actually use one of these cases then you will get an up vote.
It was for awhile, then I had issues and backed it down to 4.2. Now seems ok.
Pretty Damn Awesome!
wow! that does look good with the plexiglass widow. I was thinking of getting an extra side panel from Corsair and doing the same thing, the panel is only $20. Your rig is pretty awesome!
Keep costs down? For a gaming rig you don't need a Intel Xtreme CPU, you could have went with i5-4670k and a lower cost motherboard! Why 32 gigs of ram? 16 gigs max and save $150, I wish I had your money this should have cost at least a $1000 less!
interesting case, I was fooled...I didn't know there was such a case.
the whole idea of posting your build with pictures is to show off your work. so submit some pics and be proud.
the rig needs twice the power for PLENTY OF GAMES!
Nice office layout and color coordination.....and nice system build also.
meaning a build that costs under $500.
when I saw the picture, I just busted out laughing, but if it works it works.
whats with black electric tape on the hdd? kinda ghetto, yes.
I gotta down vote you just because your name is swagnuts.
Very nice, like the red/black theme.
Nice, but you used the wrong ssd (haha) should have used a Neutron GTX. Tidy up your cables.
Nice build, well thought-out except maybe your psu. Not a fan of Rosewill psu's.
Nice looking build, just a suggestion you might want to flip your psu over so it can suck cool air in from the bottom.
I like that case, it would have been my choice if not for the 200mm front fan. Nice build, also agree about the ssd and cooler.
pricey, but nice.
I like that blue Intel cooler, first time I've ever seen one.
Sorry to say it won't do a push/pull. We originally were going to do a push /pull, but the case is about 1 1/2" too short.
nice pictures, but it looks like it was bought from a builder like CyberPower.
You built this for you, not me or anyone else. You chose the components you wanted and that's what counts! I have the same case in black, you might want to remove the the upper drive cage if it's not in use. Maybe tidy-up some cables, but in the end if it works for you than that's what counts!
I like what you have here, you got some very awesome deals there. I'm thinking about a sub-$500 build.
Now that's a great budget build! There's no way your church could have bought a system like that off the self for under $300. Kudo's to you!
I bought some magnifying glasses to help with sleeving, and I see that this is a nice build.
Just asking, not ripping on you. For the same price from Micro Center you could have gone with the 4670k bundle.
Very nice setup, love those Corsair cables.
Looks great! Love the red & black, I'm jealous about your push/pull config. on the H100i. I wanted to do the same, but my 500R case doesn't have the room.
Yea, I was thinking about putting a couple of red led's in the front fans.
I was thinking about going with an ASUS Hero board and card, but went with the Gigabyte.
The reason for the side panel fans being exhaust vs. intake is, I have a cat, and didn't want cat hair in the case. Front intake fans pull enough cool air to keep temp. in case relatively cool.
My future proof comment about why I went with 16 gigs of ram was kind of a joke. I'll never use more than probably 4 gigs.
That is true Seasonic does make some of the AX series psu's, but at the time the Seasonic was a better deal.
That cpu load temp. of 30c looks more like a idle temp. Try running Prime95 to get a more accurate cpu load temp.
how did you figure your load temp?
I'm blinded by the light, can't see inside the case!
actually that's the 8 pin. @op; I would like to see more pictures.
Nice and clean, you have the cpu/mb combo I want. How did you get such a great price on the UD4H?
Nice rig, like the red sleeving. Would like to see cpu fan wires routed a different way, other than that looks great.