Yes they are essentially useless if you have the commander pro
Thanks, that means a lot!
Good question. I have mine connected to my commander pro so that I can have everything set to silent mode, CPU temps are perfect regardless
I'm like almost certain that GPUs in general are supposed to be at 100% while under any load unless you're playing some old game that can't utilize the hardware properly.
3 in the front that are rgb, controlled by buttons on the front of the case.
They aren't addressable and they look ok
XFX is definitely trust worthy. They only sell AMD Radeon graphics cards but they make stuff that is just about as good as any other third party vendor. The card I used in this build looks better then those from MSi in my opinion.
That is an Inland 240gb SSD, I also have a WD Blue 1tb hard drive in there. I forgot to add them to the list
Yeah I gave him enough storage him to download what he wants right away.
He's going to flip them to exhaust and add a couple to the front soon
Sometimes it's better sometimes it's worse. With how multi GPU support has gone nowhere but down over the past few years I didn't want to be stuck in a place in the future where my second 2070 super is doing nothing so I went with the single 2080 ti.
Thanks for the input
Yup it is, if you don't mind paying premium then it is undoubtedly the best RGB out there.
Ohhh. Interesting, thank you!
It's really nice. V1tech does a good job.
Thank you so much!
What do you mean when they're drained of current? Are the prime z390-a VRM's too weak for the OC I've put on it?
Thanks for the input!
This site has a lot of great stuff!
I've never used more then 16 gigs at any point even while allocating 8 to Minecraft. I don't multitask so it would be pretty unnecessary.
I play with Sildurs extreme volumetric shaders, but I prefer minecrafts default look over texture packs though.
Just added some! Lights are on and the PC is off, also shows my whole settup.
I see what you're saying. I have been playing a lot of Warzone lately, it's quite fun and Modern Warfare on peak settings at 1440p seriously pushes my system. I've been super busy with college courses on top of my highschool classes and working a part time job. Investing my time into new games is hard, which is the only reason I haven't joined my friends in Escape from Tarkov yet.
With the quarentine I am definitely looking to get some new games though, I'll consider some from what you just listed!
That has to be a new revision because this is the first I've seen from it, that's awesome though.
Is that a custom made mesh front for the case? I've built in the DLM 21 myself and it has almost no ventilation on the front, unless there's something I'm missing. Massive props for improving the whole case like that!
Wow that is hilariously awesome. I might purchase that and upload more pictures here... Thanks!
It's from v1tech. It is one of their premade ones with the Corsair logo, but you can totally upload your own images and choose where the rgb bleeds through.
Got it from v1tech. They have lots of cool rgb stuff with lots of options for controlling it (including iCue) and they let you customize it.
They are so expensive but they are very good looking, thank you!
You would think they would have obvious places to put the Commander Pro. Instead the entire back of the case was taken up by a gigantic SSD bracket that I took out
It's not strong enough. I must obtain two RTX Titans
She is very thick indeed LOL
Damn, low key got some studio quality pictures here. I would have gone with a slightly better psu for better gpu compatibility down the line but great build!
A tad late but I've built in it as well twice (dlm 21 black and dlm 22 white) and for $500 - $800 budget builds it is an absolute dream.
Cable management is easy even with a non modular psu with cable extensions.
The door opening glass is SO much better then thumb screws.
The material is cheap but not super cheap, I've scuffed the paint a bit off on a corner before but nothing noticeable.
Air flow isn't great but do you really need it for a budget case?
8/10 for the price.
That's kinda insane depending on how used.
Good mobos for compute-type PCs are always super expensive. I'm more worried about the ketchup mustard cables lol
I looked at the motherboard, aio, and case for my main build because of the look but I heard the deepcool captains were less reliable, and the Mobo seemed overpriced, and I saved on the case by getting a 460x. Instead I put the money into a better cpu and gpu. Regardless, it's neat seeing it all come together, your build is extremely clean! :)
Thanks! Also how do you link the part lists like that? (First time in PCPP forums)
You have to go into the list details and uncheck the box for private first lol