I suggest do it, I had the itch to go sff and wasn’t happy until I did.
Thanks. right now I have a 01 325xi and its snowing outside! Today is gonna be a good day.
I got the card back when they dropped.
I upgraded to the Asus v27aq and on 1440p I get over 100fps+ on almost all games
Everything I play I put to ultra
Honestly idk I play on 1080 with free sync on so it just puts out what I need
I just have 2 120mm fans on the rad. And I use the psu and gpu to exhaust air
it can get loud to be honest but i have my pc set up on my desk about 18 inches from my head
I used the ASUS version pcpartpicker didn’t have it listed when I built. I do like me the card a lot just tweet the fan curve and it runs around 65c in games for me. Room temp is about 70f
Honestly it fit with a mm or 2 extra room
I had a Noctua NH-L9x65 in there and was seeing 50+ temps at idle, so I made the move to the aio it was a tight fit.
I used that same cooler on my 2700x in a SFF build and it just couldn’t tame the beast I ended up with a aio
You can adjust the fan curve on the gpu and get much better temps im gaming. I get 65-70 on intense games. Love the build though.
So far so good on the temps, thanks for the advice though. I get 65c in gaming just turned up the fan speed, it is way to low at stock.
My co worker got a 1070ti right when they came out and had this sitting around, he's a great guy to be honest I asked a price and he named it. :)
Nice build, looks great. Wondering what kind of temps are you getting with that cooler I am thinking about going with that cooler myself.
That's on a 1080 @ 60hz tv.
I'm no expert I just use my 1080 43" tv and it makes all my console playing friends green with graphics envy lol
Not sure how to test this, I run a benchmark and average like 59.
Right on! I got the drive formatted, also that was just kinda a test position for the pc it's now off the floor on a wooden table. Thanks for the help!