nice Build ;-)
Thank you. Temps are ok (69-75°C)
i dont know if 600W is enough for OC?! perhaps anyone can help us here in the comments?
Thank you for your feedback ;-)
no problem ;-)
if you want to know what it's called: Divoom Timebox Mini ;-)
May it serve you well, too :D
I've had the cpu for a while, actually I have not changed much. (Case, CPU-Cooler, GPU, LEDs, Desk and little things like red wrapping the Power supply shroud ;-)
If I want to change the cpu, I would have synonymous exchange motherboard and that's just too expensive. and my 7700k will last for another couple of years, i hope so ;-)
Yes you can change the LEDs color with a remote.
I ordered them from Amazon (Germany): https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B01NBU1UAE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I attached it with cable ties. It was not easy, but it worked ;-)
How did you fit that? Did you mount the fans at outer side of the front and radiator inside?
can you upload some pics, please?!
it come with the case ;-)
Hi David, no my GPU is not choking. The support is for the GPU, otherwise it hang a little bit because its weight. Hope my answers are fine. wish you nice days ;-)
no problems that could not be solved ;-)
a small problem was to tighten the mainboard with mounted cooler into the case.
I advise you to fix the cooler afterwards :D
between cooler and glass panel are about 0,5 centimeters.
and yes the DRP3 is too fat, to mount a 4th fan on top. i wish it fits, but no chance :D
i dont use the smart device, so i have no problems with it.
but i used the CAM Software earlier in a other build, ITS REALLY BAD!!
In my opinion, the BeQuiet! fans are very quiet or not audible. The best fans ive ever had!
The name stands for the concept!
Iiyama Black Hawk 24,5"
the difference is not very big, about 2°C idle and 4-6°C load.
frequency is 4,2 GHz.
I hope I could help ;-)
Installing the cooler was a challenge because I had not enough space, but i did it with a lot of time and patience.
You must hold the screw on the socket site and tighten the screw under the mainboard.
Otherwise I had no problems.
I hope you understand what I mean, since my English skills are not good ;-)
(Google Translator) :D
Really nice build ;-)
Love the colors :D
Thank you :D
Here is my Build-Log:
:D Yes, but that is not difficult ;-)
Yeah, i modded the front-fans :D
Where did you get that Case?
Iam from Germany and i want that Case too ;-)
Hey thank you for feedback ;-)
I get it from here: http://www.coldzero.eu/
Really nice backplates there. and custom backplates, too.
Have fun ;-)
You should turn the CPU-Cooler to the front, otherwise you will have a heatpoint and higher Temps in your Case, too ;-)
Thank you ;-)
i used a usb to mini usb cable.
i pluged it outside in usb port ( I/O Shield )
if you wish i can send a picture to you.
Nice build! Looks great ;-)
thank you. yeah would also be nice ;-)
its a dustfilter from DemciFlex.
It is magnetic, right.
I hope i helped you ;-)
Sorry for my bad english :D
I love this build.
Aspecially the combination of Noctua Fans with the GTX 1080 FE.
Nice Build. Cooltek U2 / Mini ITX on top ;-)
Thank you very much. I am glad that you like it.
Thanks at all :D
nice to hear that you like my build ;-)
Temps are to high for me. That is the reason why i decided to cancel this build.
CPU: Idle->42°C / Load-> 78°C with the Noctua L9i
GPU: Idle->45°C / Load-> 86°C Zotac GTX960 AMP! Edition 4GB
Sorry, but im done with this build :D
Good for gaming and workstation.
It is much smaller than a normal SSD.
And it fits under my mainboard and does not disturb.