Looks like a very nice PC
Your build looks amazing. Glad you were able to get that Vega 64 for a good price. They were also being sold here in the US for about 399 dollars, but quickly sold out, so I had to get a Vega 56 instead. Those were also well priced at that time.
Your build looks pretty darn good.
It's beautiful. How's the Vega 56 performing for you?
It's a great first build!
Nice to see a non gaming PC around here.
Your build is beautiful
Vega 64 is such a nice card
Great build! I have one that is kinda similar to this, but I settled for all brown Noctua fans. The color has grown on me lol. Anyways, enjoy your build :)
This is a beautiful set up.
Why are the pictures so small?
I love the simple approach you've taken here. I'm sure it performs well for you
I've never seen anyone use this version of the 580. It's so tiny
You've done a good job with your build. :)
It's always nice to see someone using Linux
Okay, this is epic!
I will get around to uploading pictures of my build soon. I'll let you know :)
It looks very nice. Good job :) I have a similar build to this. ATX version of this case, same CPU cooler, and a ton of Noctua fans, though I am using Ryzen 7. Runs cool and silent, but I may change to the Meshify C for even more air flow
Once again, you've made a very beautiful build. Cables are managed very well :)
Shrek should boost performance by 80 percent
Is that a Magnum in your PC or is your PC just happy to see me?
That's a really good deal. I am in the US, but I was able to get an ASRock Phantom Gaming Vega 56 (Which is just a reference Vega 56) for 340 dollars about a month ago
This build must be pretty silent as well
This build makes me wish Intel still sold motherboards made by them. They look so cool
Nice flag on the side of your PC
It's alright :) I hope the build is still serving you well !
It's a two slot
A great looking office PC, good for gaming too. Good job :)
Make sure you do an undervolt. Trust me, you will see lower temps and a bit better performance
Okay, this is epic. Good job
I think it looks very pretty
Doesn't sound too bad for a reference cooler. I also got a reference Vega 56 recently, so I wanted to see what others were getting in terms of temperatures. Did you do any undervolting on it?
Didn't know a Strix card would fit in something this small
Your PC looks like something out of Portal 2. I love it
You are amazing at building PCs. I am building my PC soon, and I hope I do as well of a job as you do
You did a great job
Wow, it's beautiful
It's a very pretty build
This is the most creative build I have ever seen. Good job!
How are the temperatures on that Vega 56?
That is a very impressive boot time. Very nice
Glad to hear it's doing well for you :)
What M.2 SSD are you using?
The namesake of the computer is accurate. You put a lot of passion into it, and the end product looks great.
Do you think you'll upgrade to one of the higher core count CPUs for X299?
Good build. Though I think you could have saved many dollars by going with Threadripper. But the i9 does perform great as well.
Not bad at all. I don't see many people talking about X99, but it's a good platform. A shame the prices are still ridiculous
It looks great.
Cool set up. Though I'm wondering why the parts list says you're using an EVGA SC Gaming 1070 when you're actually using a Founders Edition
I'm gonna make a big assumption by saying that you might be a fan of MSI