With all those clocks and voltages... did you check power limits? Usually power limit looks like "stability issue", spikes in clocks, voltages, etc.
Well I'm not on the Ryzen side yet, but I know that I've had to increase that value on my 8700K.
That is the "issue" I guess. :)
Why did you gor for corsairs's K95, over Steelseries Apex M750 or the new Apex 7? I'm just asking, since you have other peripherals from Steelseries...
My friend, friendly tip - to much text! :)
Did you find inspiration for that PC in rainforest? D*mn, lack of cable management - almost looks like you did it intentionally!
I can not see "custom cable sleeving" in your future updates... please do not forget it!
Why didn't you choose 2070 and later upgrade all those shiny fans? :) nice build anyway.
I'm also a father and I can feel you! Well, my son is 2 years old, but I can not wait for such momments in te future :) THUMBS UP!
Wtf, why would somebody do that? :) take screenshot od the build from YT's famous enthusiast? LOL... you shouldn't show off in front of your friends that way!
now spend 50 more bucks on chromax CPU cooler heatsink covers and 2 noctua chromax fans... choose black colour and you are done! :)
That "ROG" sticker over "Strix" sign! :D
Will you be able to reach FPS needed for that monitor with 1070? Or are you planning GPU upgrade in the near future? :)
You should try Heaven benchmark and max out all settings to get max. temps... anyway, I think that ITX builds shouldn't have graphic cards thicker than 2 slots (around 40 mm). Otherwise nice build! :)
Since you have basic CPU cooler, you should be good with motherboard (you are not able to overclock your CPU with that board).
You can buy anything from GTX 1070 to RTX 2080 and it will work fine with that CPU. Just add 8 more gigs of RAM.
Oh, that is nice to hear! :)
My 1080 reaches max. 71°C in Heaven... when gaming and playing around in SolidWorks, it sits around 60°C.
You can go for 2070 without any doubt. I would say that even 2080 wouldn't bottleneck your 8600K, but you should add one more 8 GB RAM stick.
Well, I'm not one of big guys when it comes to OC and stuff... but I'm not sure you are telling us the truth. Just make a few screenshots of stress testing and CPU score - you might have the best 8700K on the planet and you can sell it out for 5x the price of that CPU with such an OC potential...
I have it overclocked to 5.1 ghz, and its more than enough for my needs. / CPU Temperature Under Load 50.0° C ... Hyper 212 - 35€ CPU Cooler? NO CHANCE. Voltages? Stress test? Cinebench score? Anything?
Top! Only one thing is bothering me - you really should drive your CPU cooler's tubes above that metal shroud...
Or! Are you able to mount CPU cooler on top of your case? Mount GPU cooler in front of your case?
Add one exhaust fan and one front intake fan.
Add 3 fans on the bottom to fill that free space little bit? It looks kinda empty in that big case...
You left me speechless!
wait, woot? aren't you missing half of your MOBO backplate? It is not matching with the one, you listed... looks like some Dell or HP basic MOBO, I'm confused to say at least.
You can get rid of those 2 cables for Noctua fans on CPU cooler, just rotate both of the fans.
That! Putting so much money into aesthetic...
Interesting that you went for negative pressure... did you try to turn your side fans to blow the air inside the case? Anyway - thumbs up, nice.
I'm affraid that you are not using all of CPU potential with 2400 MHz RAM...
Nice build! I've made one very similar! :)
ROG fan with EVGA graphic card - they won't forgive you that my friend... :)
Well I forgot to mention, you will have to increase power draw limit up to at least 115-120W to reach 4,7GHz on all cores. I left voltages on auto and they are around 1,22V, so it really is safe.
I have non delided 8700K on 4,7GHz and Noctua D15S with 3 fans...
Idling at 29°C
Gaming at 42°C
Stress test AIDA64 Extreme max. 62°C / avg. 58°C. Oh and btw, it is ITX build... well, you can also check it on my profile.
Nice build! If you would go for Chromax products from Noctua, you'd totally nail it! :)
Since he has kinda Corsair build, I think he is looking towards Corsair's closed water cooling loop... I hope so! I just do not get all those mixed MSI, AsRock, ASUS, Corsair, NZXT, InWin builds! :D
I really like that copper/white combination :)
Nice build! But my friend, if you would only go for Chromax products from Noctua...
Oh man, such a potential, but I can not agree with your fan layout.
Maybe turn your upper fans to act as exhaust and those RGB fans as intake? Hot air is naturally moving up, that small change can help you with temps.
It is a shame that you did not go for "Chromax" from Noctua, they would make your build look a lot nicer... anyway, thumbs up for Noctua fan! :)
I am also a "fan" of Noctua... I recommend you buying cable splitter and buy one more NF-A15 Chromax for your CPU cooler. I think you have enough room above RAM sticks. And put away that ugly "nonnoctua" duckling, which you have on now! :) Nice build otherwise!
Awesome build. It is just a little bit of a shame, that you put such nice components into windowless case. :)
Since you have graphic card - why did you choose 2200G over 1300X? :)
Wouldn't recommend that SSD. It runs stupidly hot and is causing serious system issues.
Check that video from Jay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnST5rA64Oc
Enough said I guess...
I would recommend you following. Download IETU, run stress test in it. You will have graph and there is a line/percentage for CPU throttling also. If it goes higher than 0%, you should change your TDP max. You don't have anything to lose...
And that is probably why you didn't spot the difference between 4,7 GHz and 5 GHz. There should be a little bit of a difference in benchmarks.
I can see you have OC on CPU, but you still get 800Mhz minimum clock. I also had that issue - what you have to do is change power limit... CPU is bottlenecking because max. TDP is set to 95W :) if you want it to run turbo on all cores (4,7 GHz) it would take up to 120W.
You can change that in BIOS or in Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility.
Nice build, have fun using it...
*I have TDP set to 300W, it doesn't affect any other settings tho. Let the CPU takes how much it needs, as long as temperatures are safe.
It's nice, yes... and even if it's ITX, it's still relatively easy to work with.
Nice build! I will have my black/white also together soon. :)
I think that you made 1 mistake tho, you put both of your RAM sticks into B channel, if I can see marks on motherboard correctly.
Put one into channel A / slot 0 or 1 and another into channel B / slot 0 or 1. That way you will get the most out of your CPU/RAM. :)
You can check what difference does it makes on your own (Dual channel memory vs Single channel memory).