Thanks man ;P
For my purpose and desk size the monitor has the perfect size. Gaming is glorious and multi tasking is amazing.
A friend of mine has the bigger one and he's happy with it, too.
It's like you decide between 23" and 27", in my opinion.
I wish you good luck with your decision :D
No Problem Bro ;D
Really good looking build +1
But why did you mount the rear fan as an intake? Any reason for that?
The only noise you can hear is the air. The fans are super quiet :D
I overclocked the 6600K to 4.5GHz, while I'am playing Andromeda it wont go higher than 60°C
I can really recommend it
Ok, I have measured and its not enough room between my gpu and cooler -_-
But thanks for your answer :D
Love this case <3 +1
More pics please :D
I hope it will fit in my build... between my gpu and cpu cooler are not so much place xD
Question: Looks the glossy white version in rl cheap?
I see, but I think the Node 304 would be a better case for your purpose, and its very compact too. - in my opinion
Greets from Germany
Thank you so much!! I have the 1060 Dual OC, and the only thing I dont like on this card is the lack of a backplate... I will buy one of these in nearly future
+1 for your build
I don't understand it too! Fully nonsense... :/
Oh, i don't know this site.
WOW!! I really love the custom side panel O.o
So clean and simple +1 very nice xD
Did you overclock the cpu?
Nice build, more pics pls :D
I'll think about it ;)
Really good custom Work !
Like the Backplate +1 Boii
Oh so, yes of course.
Yes man, its so tiny and compact ;D
Thanks bro, your PC is cool too ;)
Thanks, but in my bottom dust filter is no dust, due to i think its ok ;D
But thank you for advice :D
How do you mounted the fans underneath the GPU? Do you get lower temps?
Really cool and clean build, i have the little brother of your case ;) +1
Really nice and compact PC, LIKE IT :D
Thanks for your review. My intention was a dark build with some white accents. White RAM sticks would fit perfectly, I know. External cm is WIP, no finally status ;)
Because the PSU?
Thanks man :)
Thanks :) The Dual makes a good job, louder as other cards but acceptable
Thanks, your PC is a beast!! ;D
Thanks man :D
I see, sorry! I didn't recognize it :/ Happy Gaming :)
Buut, with a push config you can get better temps either;)
Comparison Vid from JayzTwoCents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pykvwv5vcY
nice looking build +1
If you want better temps, change the position of the radiator to the front.
Comparison Vid from Bitwit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNAMxZgvves
30°C Idle, 50°C load
cooler wasn't so difficult to mount as mentioned in the web.
If you read the instructions its staright forward
Thanks bro ;D
Oh, i didnt recognize it! Thanks
A SSD would have been a better choice than a 6700K in my opinion :D
Of course, you can take the AF140 too!
Very cool rig! +1
Looks so clean
no problem bro
didn't expected that! looks cool +1
the position of your RAM seems wrong. Look in the manual of the mainboard for the right positioning.
If i am wrong, ignore me xD
But, really cool build +1
Yes, its not the best overclocker but a perfect budget z170 board ;D
more expensive for not more performance! Just in benchmarks...
the rx480 is still a good card, but I would go with a Nitro+ OC or a XFX GTR or something. The cooler is just better
Had the mobo before, i like the cleanliness of this thing so hard xD
In case you have a ATX board look at the Define C from Fractal Design! I built in the Mini C and a friend in the "normal" C. Cablemanagement was ez af xD
And in my opinion the clean look of the psu shroud is a great addition against the Define S. In the Define S i did a build too, look around my builds for more details and some pics ;)
But all in all you build a great rig for your first time +1
I would place the hdd in the back of the case, better cm and temps for the gpu.
I use the same mainboard, cool to see another one :D
all in all a cool rig! +1
oh yass xD
It was silly I know xD
And thanks ;)
Yes of course, the psu shroud is so amazing, it look so damn clean
really nice rig and cable management!! +1
but to swap out a mobo is a bigger thing as to swap out a cpu. A good z170 board cost $120.
In my opinion it's money which is worth it to pay!
I can't understand the way you go with your part list, I'm sorry ;)
Nice build but your parts...
You have a K-CPU and a mainboard on which you can't oc your cpu. WHY??