Stability is fine, can maintain the OC without issue or temps exceeding 75C, I play everyday, mostly less strenuous games at 240fps, and some cumbersome RPGs at 1440 60fps and up like RDR2, haven't had to drop settings on that game yet fps dips go as low at 45 but it's still playable at max settings. Everything else I get 60+ at max.
Agreed! The cable management is top notch so who am I to judge? :)
Maybe swap the first picture to be one of the front of the build? I feel like seeing the back of your case in the thumbnail does your creation a disservice! great work! +1
yeah it's fine. Keep in mind these temps were measure after a while under load to get a max figure. though over time it has gotten hotter, presumably because of dust/debris in the rad or thermal paste drying up some.
I wanna try my hand at custom water cooling, especially when I see builds as clean and good looking as yours but damn if that **** doesn't scare me. Awesome build! +1
o no bb wat is u doin
what are these? pictures for ants? +1 nice build!
The case cutouts for the peripherals and whole unit is a reallynice touch hope it gets featured. +1
This is crispy clean. love it.
Very creative I love the TogePC!
This is literally tight. clearance is close. Great Work!
You can set the ram XMP to 3466. you're still running it at 2133 if you haven't manually set it yet. I'm almost offended you used a b450 for this build! :)
Nice cable management!
if they're anything like my uphere sag bracket they're silent as the night. ;)
You went for style and performance in the 2K range and nailed it imo. well done! +1
Great work! taking no short-cuts with the cable management, love it.
Holy macrole this is a beast of a machine. well done!
I stream at 720 60fps with very fast usage preset so the impact isn't too cumbersome. 0 % encoding and rendering lag if OBS diagnostics can be trusted...
which fan configuration did you end up using?
Good stuff. I use the x264 for stream encoding and NVENC new for local capture. Works really well!
'budget' is relative. I think OP was going for price-performance and imo he hit the sweet spot with the 2070s and the 3700x pairing.
Love it. the 2700X is great for gaming and streaming at the same time. with the right OBS configuration, of course. +1
Thank you kind fellow!
Looks fantastic. love the theme +1
this is the naruto run of chassis. well done +1
Love it +1
I love state of decay!
I just said 'woah' audibly in the office. Awesome work!
WOO feature! grats!
TIGHT. V TIGHT +1
Ok is this orange or yellow the white balance is messing with me! Awesome work btw +1!
Great space for cable management indeed. Love it +1
I'm here for the drugs.
Hey you never know. My first got featured much to my surprise. Relative to this it's really simple.
wait you paid $700 for a 2070?
Cleanliness is godliness and this is clean af.
I love it. that AIO looks so slick.
Lol love the title and the build. +1
are you planning on overclocking?
if not no need for the liquid cooler.
Some noctua brown would go nicely in this unit. +1 looks great.
those aren't "long screws" it's the wrong hardware.
ohhh the DSLR input explains everything. thanks for the reply and info!
This is a sick build! +1. Why two elgato cards if you're streaming on a whole different pc? Wouldn't you only need one? I bet you could stream on the main rig without issue. I have the same specs and stream AAA titles without impact. Only games that I have texture mods at max settings bottleneck the GPU. Even then the CPU takes it like a champ.
Does your office use the NAS, or just you? Was it difficult to get all that configured?
I'm surprised you fit all those cables in the back to be honest, good luck rerouting the smaller stuff to try and clean up the look there's a whole lot!