seasonic would have been a better choice!! anyways nice build!! +1
My experience with rosewill psu hasn't been the best with coil whining.
Why don't you route the cpu power connector through the top left hole,
that way looks better
very nice and clean build!! +1 love noctua fans!!
the only thing I would change is the cooler as it is
rated for 65 tdp and your processor is 84 and btw expensive and deserves better!! If you aren't overclocking you should get the
NH-L12 which is low profile and compatible with your mobo and TDP
up to 100-125 tdp. BUt not recommended for overclocking.
+1, nice build
nice case, do some cable management!!
nice job with cable management on this case +1
nice rig. +1
but I have to agree that cpu cooler for a 4670,
it deserves better
that's a great mobo, you could had also mount a msata ssd
on the back of the motherboard. That way you have less cables
and maybe taking out the top part as you wouldn't need it and
there would be more airflow.
there is a ROG version fan for that heatsink which should look
the noctua nf-f12 would be a great fan but.. wont work as
44+25=69 and your max cpu height is 60
the cable for the gpu try routing through the back
I have one of those cases which I got on ebay for 22,obviously used.
I was thinking on changing the psu for a seasonic SS-250SU which fits
with some mods. I don't think the psu on this case is very trustworthy.
You could change the fan on the psu for a NF-R8. Also on the link you recommended they use an AMD mobo which has the 24 pin connector on the right side which blocks the additional 80mm fan. This case doesn't have good ventilation. On your case its perfect as the mobo connector is not conflicting with the additional fan. here is one with a psu mod
strange, I have the same mobo, and I just install
windows 8.1 and everything was working properly.
There was no need to install extra drivers in my case.
+1 fantastic build!!
great cable management!!
agree!, another -1
i agree the colors would be better but if that were the case
nobody would buy noctua. I couldnt imagine a world where everybody
had the same taste.For me they are elegant and nice and believe,
I have research many fans and their performance is hard to match
with such lows db. You will get fans with better performance but
at the cost of noise.
what would be the right build? white case?
Just curious as I like noctua's fans very much
They do look better on a white case but they are
still ok on a black case imho.
its a matter of taste, noctua fans are elegant!!!!!
+1 on a very nice build
yep on amazon its only available from Japanese sellers and on ebay from uk sellers and both at ridiculous prices
yep, i got my gigabyte itx with latest bios update, it was revision 3, so maybe he got a newer revision. Many ppl had to buy fm2 cpu to update to latest bios.
its an fm2+ mobo, it should work, no reason for it Not to
eventhough the noctua is rated for 65, you seem to be getting very good temps.! I read somewhere that 7850 power consumption is around mid 70's, not that power hungry as the 6800k.
what were your temps at idle running
at stock speeds without undervolting?
thermalright also has one very similar
Thermalright TY-14013 and also cheaper
than the prolimatech, has a slightly
higher static pressure 1.11 vs 0.9.
Also comes in red (TY-14013R)
here is the red version