Radiator was a tight fit
It seems all the fans are exhausting with no intake. Maybe flip the radiator fans to be intake?
His front fans are intake as far as I can see
Not sure about the fans you can see through the front panel, but the ones on the inside are all exhausting.
Would that be a push-push configuration for the radiator? Either ways. Would flip the radiator fans to intake.
Yikes, push-push on the rad wouldn't create any airflow at all.
any reason for the lack of an nvlink bridge? great build nonetheless +1
Your parts list has the Unify listed but the pic is a Gaming Edge.
glad I'm not the only one to catch this lol
lol, it's a nice build but it would be a lot nicer with the Unify
Mine is ;0 aha this is still pretty sleek though!
Should be another decade before you need to replace it... Great build!
may I ask why the 2800x and not the 3900x or the 3950x?
no such thing as 2800x lol
yeah, just a typo.
Haven't seen SLI in awhile but that's gonna be blazing fast :0
well let's just ignore compatibility issues
it would be better if you use full tower, spacious case with 3900x or 3950x
How did you get the radiator to fit with the hoses at the top? I have the same case and cooler, and the hoses at the top we’re conflicting with the top case fan so I had to rotate the radiator so those hoses were towards the bottom
Why didn't you get a SLI Bridge if you have Dual Graphics Cards