I really just took a tape measure, did some rough markings and hacked it. It wasn't very graceful but it did the job!
It's a new part I installed. It gets rid of bugs in the system and gives better connectivity to the web :p
Thank you for your compliment!
Heheh yes I died a little inside when the angle grinder went down, but it turned out ok!
Well yeah, maybe I need to rephrase it.
"Broke after spending my life savings on expensive PC parts" mod lol.
Lol I'm sure you will enjoy that GPU, it performs really well!
I overclocked it to it's full potential now, with voltage and temp limits all unlocked, and it does run pretty toasty in this case (about 80c, which is still within safe limits), but that is considering that my ambient temp is about 35c now cos we're in the full swing of summer and I have no air-conditioning.
If you face issues with temps you can pop the top panel off and temps will drop quite drastically. Or just cut a hole in it :P
I just did it, you can see it here:
It now runs a max of 67c, which is ridiculously good with the weather I am having and the fact that it is overclocked pretty high.
No issues with the CPU rad. For the GPU rad, the top bracket must be flipped to go into "radiator-mounting" mode. That's a pretty smart design by NZXT. Also my GPU radiator is 240mm, and I wanted to mount another fan beside it, but it will not fit. I had to modify the mounting location slightly and managed to squeeze in a fan beside my GPU rad.
Well it kind of means "in addition". But what I mean is that you have a lovely, clean build, and very good photography too!
Lovely build, and lovely photography to boot!
It is pretty good! I run it at least a couple of hours a day playing Monster Hunter: World, which pretty much keeps it working at 2010mhz all the time. Ambient temperature is about 30-35 degrees celsius, but still my GPU temps have never exceeded 70 degrees celsius, and fan speed hovers at about 60ish%. I'm not sure if I can push it anymore, but I do not know much about overclocking and as of now I don't see any need to.
Unstable though. Crashes often, only runs in either max overclock or idle.
Thank you :D
Lol I love that pun
Yep! When they get to a proper size you can do really cool stuff with their molts :D
He helped. Pushing screws off the table is hard work.
Thank you NubbyPig!
Thank you ApocPony!
Yeah I've been keeping them for many years, it's become so normal for me I forget how other people find it weird lolo
Heya MCOinky! Yeah I recognise your username from Reddit :p