My First PC build, I built it for gaming and some photo editing, It works well in both so far. I plan on overclocking the RAM, CPU, and GPU In time. Their was a few obstacles which was overcame with some time. I added a few extra things that I believe made it my own. One obstacle was the GPU Its huge and its a consider a three card slot GPU. So I cut the top of PSU shroud for airflow. And the remaining shroud works as a bracket . Another was the AIO I had to rotate it to fit . And still another one of many more was the usb 2.0 header, I had to combined the NZXT smart device and AIO rgb to the one usb 2.0 header on the motherboard. But after It was built I was very happy with It and still am.

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  • 11 months ago
  • 2 points

I dig the problem-solving effort with the V64, and I'm glad it worked out. Just out of curiosity, how are the GPU temps under load?

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

Hi, i’m going to build a high-end build in the same case, I wanna ask if u can mount the fans outside the case instead of mounting it inside as you did? Cuz I actually have a bigger card, i’m using the MSI RTX 2080 Duke it’s around 315mm, a lil bit bigger than the vega 64. I’m not going to cut the psu shroud since the GPU is only 2 slots. Another thing is how the gpu temps.

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

I currently have this GPU and was thinking of the H200. Did you cut the shroud strictly for airflow or would the Vega 64 fit? I'm going to be using an SFX PSu so im not as worried about airflow as I am it actually fitting lol.

  • 8 months ago
  • 1 point

Nice build.

I have a very similar set-up except for the GPU. Am thinking of fitting in the same VEGA 64 Nitro+ like you have; was just wondering how is your front fans set up like?

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