- Nov 13, 2002
Isn't that going to keep the NVME below optimal temp? I thought they needed to be a bit warmer... (still awesome build)
Pricey, but have you seen the Sliger Cerberus?Looking for some advice on a new build. Trying to find the smallest possible case that is MiniITX board compatible that also can fit a 240mm x 60mm Alpha cool radiator and a 180mm PSU
are there any cases smaller than the Corsair 280x that can fit these criteria?
Edit: Found the NZXT H210i, but honestly I'm looking to go smaller if possible
New build - formd T1 itx case with a 5900x and rtx 3090. Still some cable management that needs to be done and switching to hard lines as soon as the rest of the fittings arrive.
Sure thing,Awesome build! It always takes time and effort to get such great result. Can you please show the full list of components and water-cooling part?
looks good. welcome to [H]!First time poster...
This is the build I've been rolling with for the past 6 months. Built out of a combination of parts salvaged from my first build and parts gifted to me by Smoked Brisket (built with his help too). This was a big upgrade since I was running with a 970 up until June. The Hydro Copper is still a beast for the games I like to play.
Looking to upgrade to a hand-me-down 5700 XT and transitioning to a hard tube build in the next week or so. I just wanted to memorialize this build as my first water cooled PC.
Looks very nice as-is, but 3x 2080 Ti's makes me weep for your poor, poor power supplyAfter how long the hard tubing build took for my personal build, the workstation build is using soft tubing. I also plan to upgrade the GPUs if/when the 3080s I've had backordered for months ever come through, so I didn't want to make any lines that may be temporary. Honestly not sure I will hard line this build even if I get some 3080s, as time isn't really luxury I have with this build, plus it sits in the garage. And I think it looks pretty good even with soft tubes + random spare fittings. My toddler loves it too. To him it's just another set of Christmas lights.
Specs: 3970X + 128GB DDR4 + 3x RTX 2080Ti HC FTW (running at 70% PT to keep power usage down)
Case + Cooling: PC-O11D XL + HW Labs 360GTS X-Flow bottom + HW Labs 360GTX top + Corsair XLR7 side.
Loop arrangement: Dual D5 single loop. I had considered doing separate loops for the CPU and GPUs but couldn't figure out an airflow arrangement with intakes/exhaust where it made sense to do that. The bottom and side are intakes and the top is exhaust. I have to run this with the side panel off to prevent too much hot air build up within the case.