KILLLLLLLLLER build you've got here! This needs a feature for sure!
Word, thanks. I've used a bunch of memory sets that weren't on the QVL before... Just seems like ddr4 is still a little bit new and not quite solidified yet.
Curious if you still have this build?
Reason being, I've got the same memory (but in white) and MSI lists it as a compatible kit via the QVL, what IC did you get in your memory; Samsung, SK Hynix, Micron? Any issues getting XMP to run the memory at their listed speeds?
Heh, nice build. Did almost the exact same thing myself a while back!
Kids? Nah this is my system. For The Kids is part of the Extra Life slogan! We play games for the kids ;-)
Glad to see more and more people using the H7 from Cryorig, especially in this case. Good to know it fits in this case without any clearance issues. I'll be re-using it when I pick this case up in my next build
Craaap, I clicked the wrong one. Thanks for catching that. Hopefully I can get it changed
The card actually JUST fits behind the wall and even if it were a longer card it wouldn't have touched the fan. I think it's got a whopping 2mm clearance ;-)
LOVE LOVE LOVE the paint job and mod on this one!
Did you have to move/mod the fan at all to accomodate the length of the GPU? I've got a 960 that is just a little shorter and I'm worried about clearance.
I'm worried I might have to do the same thing, got this case this weekend and am recycling an old 960 in the build. Fingers crossed. Nice build btw!
It shouldn't come off if you do it properly. Removing all of the stickers (unless you wanna cover that with tape) and getting the right kind of paint. Oh and you might wanna see if removing the memory from the heatsinks is possible w/o voiding the warranty so you're not risking getting the memory painted.
You'd be best waiting a day or so for the paint to dry but other than that it's pretty straight forward.
(For posterity, this is referring to the EVGA TORQ X3)
Ehh, to be honest I got rid of it after a couple weeks. I need to fix it in my listing. Back to using my trusty old Logitech G5 (v2)
Win10 Pro. Upgraded from Win7 at one point and did a fresh re-installation. Runs great!
System looks awesome! Love the lighting and cable management _^
Just a heads up, I noticed you mentioned the hard drives only being secured from the front, and unless you've got an older revision of the case or something there are holes on the back side of the drive cage that can let you secure the drive properly. It's a little hard to see with the power supply in but I assure you it's possible. I had to mount a 2.5in drive in a 3.5" adapter and wasn't happy with the bounciness of the top mount (SSD) area. Grab a flashlight and double check. Proper orientation (label facing up) is necessary too just in case.
I really like them, both the ones on the front panel and the ones on my 212 Evo are very quiet. I've got them all tuned to run at a max of 55% when under full load and I keep a pretty good temp all around.