Here's my recent build that I.. uh.. splurged on. :P I originally tried to build with the Phanteks ENTHOO EVOLV Shift but my old 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid did not fit, so I changed it to this H200i. I actually like it much better since I was able to match white on white. I currently have the black version of the RAM, but I have the white ones on the way and will be returning the black ones.
Building in this case was quite easy compared to the Evolv Shift. My previous build was in Phanteks' old Evolv case, so this was basically a smaller and upgraded case. I really like the included fan/rgb controller (CAM), although I wish I didn't have to log-in online every time I turn my computer on..
I swapped out the X52's fans for the SilentWings 3 (high-speed on top, regular on the bottom) and the 2080 Ti for the high-speed version. The upper case fan is the regular SilentWings 3. On idle, it is inaudible. Under load, going up to 2200 RPM makes it a bit more audible, but easily masked with whatever my speakers are outputting.
I actually also ordered a custom made white MSI backplate for my 2080 Ti, but due to me not doing measurements, it does not fit. The included backplate of the 2080 Ti already barely fits, lol.
EDIT: Updated with the white version of the RAM with new pictures :)
EDIT2: Just installed the Vive Wireless Adapter into the m.2 slot in the front of the board and was able to fit the adapter into the back. Works great.
Works great. A little hot even with water cooling, but that might be because of the case.
Does great and has RGB. The included fans are quiet but not as quiet as the SilentWings 3.
I originally got it for the RGB (don't judge me..) but that's practically useless. Does fine and has lots of features. The AI overclocking raise the voltage too much, so I manually OC'ed.
Great performance and has amazing RGB lights.
Had this for a while now and no problems as the main OS drive.
Fast and reliable. Stores most of my Steam games.
Might've been superfluous but I didn't feel like uninstalling from my 850.. plus it was on sale during Black Friday :shrug:
Had this since my last build; good storage for my Plex, but I plan on removing this for an external drive that's probably around 8 TB to allow more airflow in the case. Sometimes clicks/grinds, but it's rare.
Performs amazingly, but the included fan was too loud, lol. The tubing pisses me off since there is no CableMod to make it white.. and who uses non-braided tubing nowadays anyways.. the 1080Ti SeaHawk had braided tubes..!
Looks good and extremely clean to build in. I really love the white..
I actually got the "White 2018" version. After reading reviews online, thought it would be more quiet, but it is a bit loud.
Super quiet for the performance.
Has great performance at 2200 RPM as well as the original version's quietness at <1400 RPM.
Had this since about 5 years ago.. great monitor with 1440p, 144hz, and G-Sync. Was my main monitor before I joined the UltraWide Master Race..
34 inches. 3440x1440. 120Hz. G-Sync. Need I say more? I just wish it was 144Hz, but well worth the trade-off.
Pretty quiet and originally felt a little mushy, but I ended up liking it a lot. My last board had MX Browns so this was a change. Got this to match the G560 and G900..
Lasts 3-5 days depending on usage. Has RGB. No lag. Great mouse.
Really awesome sound and RGB effects. Lightsync with ScreenSampler going across my Logitech devices is actually very immersive and amazing.
Actually worked great! I'm not sure why, but I tried paste and it would keep overheating, probably due to me improperly remounting the cooler. This also guarantees easy upgrades/swapping and does not damage the cooler or the CPU.