Hunzen Posted October 20, 2014 Report Share Posted October 20, 2014 As my CPU and motherboard was getting old. (Amd Phenom II x6 1055t and Asus motherboard) I chosen to upgrade them. I used to have fulltower cases before this case and well... It was fun to build but it was pain to build too because there was no room compared "normal" case. This computer and case are still in work in progress but i was suggested to ask here about it if i need help and listen suggests from you. I was planning to make some cooling improvements to this case later on. I still think i could better cooling to this computer. So my specs are now: Asus H97I-PLUS Intel Core i5 4690k NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti G.skill 8gb 1333Mhz Core V1 This you might guessed already. Corsair Gold 80+ 650w full modular I used old parts from my old computer and RAM, CPU cooler and some case mods are incoming still. I'm currently student so i wont be upgrading everything at once. When i was installing this computer i had some issues with cables I just did not get where i should put all my cables. I could use some help from this part and I have my old 80mm Shark fans. Other is still waiting adapter because Motherboard does not support all installed at once. So should i go 200mm full power all the time and put adapter from the PSU? Oh and almost forgot. What CPU coolant i should go for in this layout? Max temp is only 60c' currently but i'm wanting littlebit more from the cooler than just having "low" temp. It keeps noise as stock easily. Oh almost forgot. Does Thermaltake sell sidepanels only? I could want to get rid of that window and get better panel to top. Work in progress parts:New RAM New CPU cooler Installing case fans and getting better screws to them compared those rubber ones Change some cables Change cables locations Buy some adapters. As you see... List is still long. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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