For gaming. From WoW to FPS games.

Swapped default NZXT case fans for three Noctua NF-A14 PWM fans. Also using standalone fan controller ( Scythe Kaze Master II 5.25") for case fans. Controller is screwed in under the top cover.

Feel free to comment about my build

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Changed from Asus Crosshair VIII HERO to this board because of very high chipset temps. On this MoBo chipset fan is in better location so that GPU doesn't block fan getting air and seems to have overall better cooling solution for chipset. idle temps around 40-50c and 60-70c on load.

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  • 1 month ago
  • 0 points

Put more pictures and actually put in a description next time so we can give you tips and some some advice for your PC. Since this is a gaming PC, then why did you put in 32 gigs of RAM, you wont need that much RAM for gaming. Why put so much HDD?

  • 1 month ago
  • 4 points

PC gamers tend to play PC exclusive, early-access games, which are notorious for having issues like memory leaks. So between playing unoptimized games, having discord open, and a few Chrome tabs up on your second monitor, you’ll realize just how little 16GB takes you.

As for the HDD, last I checked RDR2 on PC currently takes up 110 GB, the latest CoD takes up 145, GTA V was at 200 I think. OP could be the type of person who has a massive Steam library and wants all their games downloaded.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Amen, brother

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I'll add more pictures soon. 16GB is a way too low for me. I have 10GB in use atm and i'm not even playing any game atm. About storage space. I have backups, some games images there and some other things that need some space.