Everything worker well out of the box.
Still need to OC.
Temps @4.7 turbo boost are in the 50's
Will update with more info later.
"How many RGB fans do you want in your case?"
Pretty much how it went down... but it was inner monologue.
Love that case. Almost bought it for my build. Excellent build.
Thank you! It is a really sexy case!
Great build ;)
I've been looking at PC parts for the last couple months and honestly I keep coming back to this build, I think you did a Fantastic job with it and I'm not going to lie, I think I may do something similar because it turned out so damn well! kudos to you on this build.
Thanks! Very much appreciated! I had no idea how it would turn out but I like the final result. I like the white for the fans then I change up the colours on the mobo and gpu.
Really dig the red & white going between the fans and the board etc. I'm trying to like that dynamic case and I do like the openness to view the components but 9+ fans especially RGB is just overload. I get the air flow advantages with it, but, just my preference, too much. This build looks great tho! Good job on everything!
Yeah, and not to mention that by the time you get the 9 fans the price for all of it is pretty high, and it comes with 0. Probably best suited with watercooling only.
That being said, I like how it turned out.
Love the build, how you liking the 8 cores on the I9? Was it worth it?
Are all of your fans exhausting?
Love the i9, it's a beast and doesn't sweat no matter what I throw at it.
Sadly I was not lucky on the silicon lottery. I can get it to OC at 4.9Ghz no problem with only 1.27v but can't get it stable so far on 5 Ghz even with 1.37v
Don't wanna go any higher than that really since even when setting it at 1.37v it fluctuates and jumps to 1.39v
I wanted to keep it under 1.4v so yeah...
6 fans intake, 3 fans at the top on the radiator exhaust.
This is beautiful.How are temps?
At 4.9 Ghz, idle stays at low 30's
At 4.9Ghz full load (prime 95) it is in low 70's
Did you use the Kryonaut instead of the stock thermal compound that came on the H150i? If you did, can you tell the difference? I'm currently debating the worth of going with an aftermarket thermal paste when using an AIO....
Haven't gotten around to it yet.
MY kryonaut was ordered off amazon and shipped from Germany.
It came in yesterday and will most likely put it on this weekend.
I will keep you updated on the difference in temps.
I ended up changing to the kryonaut. I get on average around 3-4 degrees celcius lower temps on the same benchmarks. Most notable was that one of the cores was 5 degrees lower on prime 95 30 minute run. It's not a huge difference but more than I thought I would get. The difference is less apparent during normal operation with the gpu getting close to 100% since so much heat is getting pushed to the radiator. Also temps are lower when not doing stress test so a 2 degree diff @ 45 C is comparable % wise to a 4 degree difference at 80. I might get better results with changing the rad to be intake.
This has nice accent colors and everything looks so clean!! I'm building in a dynamic case as well pretty soon and I'm glad I came across yours! I wanted to ask how difficult it was to run all the cables for the fans I want to get 9 fans in my build as well. did you use the commander pro?
It's not that it's complicated but plan out your build or it can get messy. I installed my stuff behind the cable management removable plate. Yes I used 2X 3 fan kits because they have the rgb hubs in the kit. I then went with 3 single fans because it comes out cheaper and a commander pro.