I cant be certain how its running now, but I sold this machine about 6 months ago. Up until that point it was just fine. There were no temperature or airflow problems.
Extra 7s == extra lucky.
Well yes but I dont have the money to do so, nor any kind of guaranteed return on efforts.
The video card would do nicely, I cut out rectangles to scale pieced them together. Some kind of ATA, Hardcase, Utility case, that isnt just injection molded ABS or other plastic. This case I used was designed to have a foam liner and carry sensitive equipment. A plywood and ABS ATA case for touring or hardcase storage would be much more suited for mounting and building a computer inside.
In this particular case? Not a chance. Its simply too big. Another case more suited for actually building stuff in? Very likely. I mounted the screen by making acrylic brackets and bolting them too the case.
one of these, I also have one with an external molex and decoupler cap that I would use with a higher watt video card
GTX 980 FTW is a fantastic card that can handle most games nowadays without problem. The Idea is to be realistic with your limitations that may not be in the GPU.
the only problem i have with monitors for these kinds of applications is their thickness, lack of mounting points, and their poor ability to route cables. If you can find a monitor that will fit nicely, then go for it, but it may not be as stable, or as easy to mount as a panel + driver board
For a panel and controller, you will have to find them on Amazon, digikey, Mouser or any other electronics distibutor. It will depend on all sorts off factors about the individual panel. Controllers are easy to find on aliexpress or other distributor from China. If you want to use wiimotes, you will need to make sure you have bluetooth and an IR "reference" assembly. Look that up if you dont know what I'm talking about. The number of HDMI ports is dependent on the controller, and the size of the screen is diagonal, keep that in mind.
I wouldn't buy a monitor. A lot of times lcd/led monitors have a compression seal around the screen and without it the display wont function properly. I would use this tool
to find a panel with the correct dimensions and its appropriate controller. This way the entire assembly is much leaner, and you have more room in the case. As to the keyboard and gpu, its up to you to really measure carefully to determine if its possible. Get the dimensions of your parts, and make little paper boxes with the scaled dimensions if you have to. I measured everything twice and still ended up moving things around by the end.
Thanks :) sounds like you have a solid build on your hands.
Yes it does.
I never installed it. I use a wired connection and have it as a backup. Regardless, 15Mb/s down and a router using 802.11b/g/n wont be throttled by this adapter under 70 feet.
Wait I see it... but still thats interesting
How... how do you plug it in?
Thank you :)
Its one of my favorites and has probably made my top 3 :)
This is true... Maybe someday
Actually it just happened to be so. I guess HX are the 'professional' series by corsair
What I would have given to have a right angled, wood case.
Thats a very interesting thread. I suppose there is room for a micro atx somewhere in there
Maybe, but I never personally found the 120mm radiators to be as attractive
No worries :) Its all good
They totally can, but I wanted to be able to see them.
well with the drives and extensions I used, space was tight, but without the extensions it would have been no problem.
I don't mind saying I'm 17, Ive been poking around and fixing computers since I was 9 or 10. Ive been building them for about 5 now. I consider myself good at what I do, but as always there are always problems to solve.
I think there was one with a Razer keyboard bracketed to the side. It was very artistic.
Its designed for custom liquid loops.
50 Piece set? Oh yes. :)
I guess it does indeed.
Purely aesthetics. They are good cables.
Just the one CPU Header. The pump unit has two connections for the radiator fans
Thank You :)
Sounds like you fried some components because you didnt take any ESD precautions, luckily there wasn't any other damage
That memory needs to be dual channeled! Make sure they are in either both blue or both black slots. Right now, you aren't utilizing the full potential of your RAM. Otherwise great . +1
They are a rare thing... not many ever seem to be made in a given batch before Corsair stops manufacturing and waits 3 months to make another batch.
I mean Vengance pro looks and is shaped better.
The dude is playing isometric strategy and tile scroller strategy games. If a PowerColor Raedon 9200SE video card and Windows XP could play his games on his old system without hitch, there is no need for him to ever have to need to upgrade to norms of today's computers, i.e. SSDs, dual channel DDR3, or full dedicated video cards.
Corsair Vengance Pro is much better. The rifles in the top are supposed to be for heat I guess, but they are a tad tall.
I recommend getting yourself a nice Corsair Individually sleeved cable kit for that Ax1200i. I used a blue set for my build, and I think they improve the quality and look of any computer by a lot. Otherwise this is fantastic. +1
I wrote it at 1:00 or 2:00 in the morning... I dont remember half of what I wrote
If you knew Jerry you would know that he would never really need more than 4gb at any point
Thanks, fixed :)
I would just recommend a ton of general workshop tools, razors, sandpaper, powertools, but anything to get the job done.