Pretty good, add $100 more bucks to get i9-9900 from eBay last week.
sick ***, but i think you can do better on cable management.
They're not the cleanest I've ever seen but when I look down at my PC I can't judge xd
yeah, it's terrible, i'm waiting for the cable mod and I do want to get an idea how to do the cable management better, man, I still didn't show you the back, lol....
Hello. Have you modded your cables? What is optimal custom cables lenght for this chassis to do proper cable management?
god damn this is amazing!!
This thing is crazy.
What about pricing for the Maximus and 2080ti?
Even though I am no fan of the i9-9900k chip I really loved looking at this build.
You should of mounted the cooler with the hoses going over the ram instead of going back near the rear exhaust fan. This would allow you better cable management and a cleaner look. Are those cable mod cables from the PSU to your GPU/MB?
See my build pics , may help explain it a bit better.
thanks for the suggestion, so the cooler cable will cover the RAM? I was very struggling to see how to arrange the cooler cable for a long time... no good solution.
also would like to ask, how the ATX cable goes to the motherboard, are you using any 90 degree connector, I really want to know how to do that, lol...
Yes there is a 90 degree ATX connector I bought from Cooler Master, it also contains capacitors to help reduce ripple.
I dont think you should cover the sweet loking rgb ram in my opinion
With such a badass build it’s kinda sad that you chose a 120hz monitor. You could have experienced so much power with a 240hz
Is there any recommendation for 240hz, I didn't find anyone I like. They gold me LG has something new, but I just can't wait. But I'm still looking forward to getting one.
Alienware 25” 1920x1080 G-sync 240hz. The best gaming monitor hands down.
Solid build man, you certainly went all in on parts. I actually just finished a custom water loop rebuild in this case as well. My suggestions would echo everyone else and get those cables in order, also I would put your various LED strips up in the corners and edges so they are illuminating in the case, but cannot be seen from outside the case - if that makes sense. I bet you were surprised at how big the case actually is, I know I certainly was when it came in the mail!
awesome suggestion. Will follow.
did you get gpu and hdd free?
What riser cable did you use for this? How does it perform?
Too bad the system wont play... Red dead 2 (pic 5) ;D
Nice build! Is there a reason you needed 64GB of RAM? Please don't say just gaming because all your other components, including the DDR4, will be obsolete by the time games require that much memory lol.
How are your cpu temps in this build?
better on cable management, it does not look good!
exactly, it's terrible... waiting for the cable mod and redo everything .lol
HDD is behind the cover of the power supply on the bottom.
No idea , no light in the room?
ok i was wondering whether the case had hdd mounts in the back
minesweeper. or csgo at like 500fps lol