Plus 1 for Rick and Morty reference, also the green is spot on for the portal gun.
Copper and black is one of my favourite colour schemes, I hope for you that this is featured as it really is aesthetically on point. A question regarding the keyboard, I have been looking at getting one but I'm not sure how they are for gaming is it more form over function per say?
Build looks great but some advice from someone who has lived with this case for a few years, either flip the gpu, your temps will improve dramatically and also have lower noise levels... or invest in the shift air side panel for 20 dollars and solve all your thermal issues all together. +1 great build and enjoy the adventure of what is one of my most loved and despised cases I ever owend.
Hey this looks fantastic, what wood did you use the colour and grain is beautiful. Add a bit more to the description and I bet you'll have a feature +1
Damn this is on point, blacked out mini itx tower style +1 from me really nice build
It's not real just renders from a pc building game on Steam.
I'm not sure if renders from a pc building simulator constitutes as a complete build? But damn the renders had me looking twice.
How are the temps holding up on the 360mm radiator? Looking at doing a similar config. Great build looks really nice +1
I've been eyeing not the red devil card it's meant to be the most silent of the 5700 xt series, I imagine the entire build is rather silent under load? Looks great good choice of components +1 from me.
Hey, I think your build is really well done and price performance is great given you can upgrade the gpu. Cable managment is on point and the Funko Pop Kylo Ren just seems to fit in so well. +1 really well put together.
It's top of the line with liquid cooled VRM all the cooling is integrated into the board. But it is very expensive.. Nice build btw how are the temps holding up?
Been following Sligers stuff for a while, you have some great temps there and a good chip. All the best with your build and it looks awesome +1
Wait what 5.4GHz? Talk about winning the silocon lottery. Awesome build looks amazing with great temps to boot +1
Hey the buzzing might be if the fan is a 3pin set to pwm mode, just double check it. Good luck
Nicely balanced components, I imagine it's fairly quiet under load? Clean build +1
That's a really well balanced pc you have there great choice on components, and the case is awesome!
Red bull build strikes again? I aware you have a warehouse of mini fridges mate. Looks awesome as always +1
Hey your featured! Well done. If you haven't gifted it to him already show him the front page of PCPartpicker ;)
How is the Morpheus to install? And did you see much difference in boost clocks and temps?
Damn mate what a nice build and write up to boot. Well done to your son for being a good lad sounds well deservered. Cant wait till my boys are old enough! +1
Hey you got the acrylic up! Looks great! I would use a hole saw and cut the airflow bits out, And use a ring with some mesh kinda like how they make speaker covers. Really cool custom build +2 if I could
Story of my life... Nice build by the way +1
Looks great, did you 3d print the cover for the GPU? Looks awesome well done.
Hey great little build, you should consider putting the power brick inside the case seems you have sufficient room in there. I would go with something simple as you said like some mesh and possibly even a fan for exhaust I'm sure it would accommodate a 92mm fan or so +1
Greetings from Austria neighbour. Just got my mesh panel from caseking and its made a big differance. Heads up you need to peal the foam of the case for it to fit. +1 still love the Shift.
Great concept will look awesome with the acrylic on +1
I really need to work on my joinery skills, awesome desk made me rethink my current design plans. Really great build mate well done.
It's actually a really good balance of components, don't think spending another 200 + on a cpu is going to yield significantly higher FPS.
Yeah that was it for me, wanted it to be completed, you just need to peal the foam off which the glass rests on and your good to go. Leave the glass on the cpu side in my opinion looks way better ;)
Yeah it's been up for a while you should be able to see it through my profile.
It's is not so often than a build really makes me smile, the title and the build is just the best. Well done and +1 (figurines are awesome btw)
Hey you can add an official mesh back panel now just got mine and I'm rather happy with it, glass on the front and mesh on the back. Cool set up btw +!
Hey great build, curious as to why you have the Noctua fan blowing away from the heatsink? Also would say 4.8 on all cores is pretty impressive so don't be discouraged.
Have had my headset for 4 years still going strong bar one of the batteries swelling :)
SFF check, 3d printer check, stealseries wireless headset check, take my +1 sir great build
Have been contemplating building my own desk with some oak. Yours looks amazing very well done +1
Great build for a good cause +1
Great your temps should be much better!
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Damn this case slipped under my radar, build quality looks great from the photos. Looks like a much more affordable alternative to the m1 Any issues with the case? +1 really clean
Is there any reason you can't have the noctuas on the inside up against the rad? Shorter screws are available if that's the issue. Great build either way
Try a different power supply first and foremost. If that doesn't eliminate the issue then mb may be doa. One thing to check, friend had a similar issue turned out the screws he used on the PSU were to long and hitting the PCB and actually shorting out the PSU so it could not even boot worth a try. Good luck
+1 for Straya! Looks great mate more photos of the beast please :)
Wow, your welcome 🙂
Still have my rvz02 case around somewhere first build that pulled me into mini itx and sff. Great build +1
Looks mint could not believe the price tag for the Asrock 570 Aqua :0 awesome build by the way +1
Thanking you much appreciated.
Hey awesome build, I saw this mod on Reddit a while back and was wondering how much the work cost to machine the honeycomb pattern in? +1
Sorry another question, just received my mesh panel for the shift and the mesh is pretty loose, is yours nice and tight or is it sagging a bit, not sure if I should refund it or not.