Nope. No need. It looks good, but I didn't spend hours running them a certain way. It's tight, but done up so that it doesn't cause restrictions.
Function > Form ;)
No issues at all, bud. Mounted perfectly to the chassis.
Does that bother you?
Did you just brag about being an elitist?
You smell that?
Are you assuming he paid prices that PCPP has listed?
You should know better.
Well, that's not accurate.
Best Buy has em on display.
It's one of the most uncomfortable mouses I've ever held.
I mean, if the poster labeled their title correctly, this comment wouldn't even be necessary.
Which is exactly what I'm saying...
It could be worse. He could be using a 1600W like he has listed.
What he means by the date, is it's been running for 6 months now (since Aug 2018).
Therefore, it's running stable for him after 6 months of use.
But, actual benchmark results would be interesting to see.
Eh, not terrible. Especially when compared to the 1600W psu he's got in the parts list.
I believe it's a Captain 240EX. Not 100% though.
From my understanding, the red tube sticking out is pretty much just for looks. The cooler boasts a "steam punk" design and they add that tube that loops right back into the cooler housing (not to the motherboard or anything). This tube will show the liquid flow for added effects.
I'd opt out of purchasing it, though. A bunch of plastic parts that aren't worth the headaches. Go with something a bit more reputable.
Hand-me-downs. Computer is long gone now though.
Every single time a computer is built.
Dude, I ran into the same issue. Not sure if it's a software thing or what, but I can't get it working with my Aura lighting. The front is hidden on my desk, so I set it to white then let it be. But, it is aggravating.
$100 extra for the same thing, but RGB. Not sure I could justify that purchase. Even if there is $7000 in components on this build.
I bet you have overheating issues.
The Dark Knight of PC builds.
I may ditch my RGB soon and go for something similar. Very clean.
Screw it, I'll take the hit on my karma.
This seems like a fake post.
Looks like an IKEA chair
LMAO, this is long gone.
I couldn't trust this thing running for more than an hour.
Not that it gave me issues, just seemed sketch. Lol.
Very nice build.
The lot of photos is something uncommon here on PCPP, lol.
As for the license, I'm sure you won't be "banned", but it is indeed frowned upon to use.
I'm sure, at that price, it wouldn't be a surprise if it became an "inactivated" license after an unknown amount of time.
That's a nice monitor you got there.
Very sweet build.
Very nice my friend!
Would love to see this featured.
I was concerned when I first saw the plexi cut, looked rough.
You cleaned everything up near perfectly. Very nice workmanship!
No problem, but 32gb (another 16gb) would likely be wasted money. Utilizing 32gb of memory would be hard to do. Not impossible or anything, just something that's likely not necessary.
16gb is the sweet spot.
Public school system, am I right?
Then start with "In my opinion..."
You literally told him what he did would have been better.
You are wrong. Even if it is your opinion, you're wrong.
That case is so interesting.
May not look as cool, due to the first stick being hidden once you do that, but it should perform better.
Dang, 4 people that commented "But, can it run.." are not happy.
He's trying to prove that Ryzen is better than Intel, and that you'd have to upgrade an Intel system every ~6 months, which is absolute blasphemy.
Read a little.
That looks quite uncomfortable to operate on.
I need at least a body length of space for my mouse to move. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
I'm thinking it's due to his CPU cooler being in the way?
But, in one one of those photos, it looks like it could possibly squeeze in there, hard to tell.
Right? Ain't nobody got time for that.
Damn, joined PCPP and this is your first comment?
That's a bold move Cotton, let's see if it pays off.
Damn, I should play the lotto.
Newegg was the cheapest I could find @ $170.
Did you buy this off someone, and not a retailer? Link?
You smell that?
Smells kinda like a feature.
I understand you're new, but this has been said at least a million times on PCPP.
For 1080p gaming*
Anything above 60fps on graphic demanding games would likely push the 1070 to the limit.
Can someone tell me what type of keyboard this is?
Also, this build is awesome. +1
If you think that was an aggressive comment, you should rethink using the internet.
I see, and I get not wanting to know! Ha!
But, when posting on here, it also helps others gather ideas about future builds. Adding pricing helps tremendously.
Still not making any sense. The 9700k is one of the best CPUs for multi threading.
What are you actually saying?
Why add all the parts, but skip putting pricing in?