Wow, thanks man. I turned off all of other lights except that red led and I was getting annoyed TBH. haha
PC costed about 6k.
Yup, that's what I'm doing.
I just can't help myself buying gpus when new models come out. haha
Haha. Thanks alot, man.
Each system works independently.
I don't think that's possible since I don't think there is a sata splitter cable but someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
Yes it was. I'm very thankful this case has ssd mount covers which hide most of the cables in the back side panel.
Phanteks sells dual system kit for this case which includes an itx bracket so you can mount itx mb on top of the case and a 600mm riser cable for its gpu.
Two systems work independently and the itx system is connected to my sim racing rig which is its main role but can also be used for anything else.
I agree. Although iCue can be a bit buggy at times...
Yeah, I know some people who were going with normal psu+phanteks splitter for their dual system builds but in my case there was no way to fist that splitter inside psu shroud because it is already fully populated with cables.
Amazing build. It's a beautiful and well thought out build. +1
yup, it's a perfect setup for that.
I currently own 5 gaming pc's and I'm sad to realized that they are all useless because I can't use them side bye side. :( Thanks for your comment, buddy.
Surprisingly 2080ti doesn't get affected too much when both systems are turned on and under load, it stays under 76c. On the other hand, two 1080ti's get pretty toasty around 82c or so if both systems are doing work.
When I play games with just atx system turned on, 1080ti's temps stay around 73c.
Yup, that was one of the plans I had in mind. I can add a capture card in main system and use it as a streaming pc while playing games on itx system. It will happens sometime in the future, I'm just being so lazy ATM. haha Thanks!
When just atx system is turned on I never see 8086k going over 66c and 1080ti's over 73c.
I don't run 2 games simultaneously on both systems but I was curious about thermals with both system under load so when I tested it out I saw both cpus' temps getting a few degrees hotter (delidded 8086k at 5.0ghz 1.31v stayed under 68c, stock 2700x at around 65c). On the other hand two 1080ti's gained about 7~9 degrees when both systems were under full load going from about 73c to 80~82c
There are so many amazing builds on this site so I really appreciate your comment, man. :)
Fanatec csw v2.5+v3 inverted pedals+shifter+handbrake on Rseat RS1 rig.
I will post some pictures of the rig with updated version of this pc when it's done.
Yeah, I used dremel to cut it out.
I actually finished the custom loop on Sunday and it just needs some finishing touch and leak test. so stay tuned for that. :)
Quad-system inc. JK.
Yup, this was a very fun build. It may not be for everyone but it's different. haha
I wanted to try out push/pull setup for 8086k and see how it compared with my old setup with just 240mm rad on 8700k. The difference in temps were very noticeable at both idle and under load.
I'm glad to hear that!
I have a soft spot for graphics cards so I have a good amount of gpu collections. haha
Thanks for your kind words, sir.
Yea I love white cases. I still have 2 more white cases sitting around that I will build systems in the future.
Meshify C + noctua cooler/fan setup seems to be very popular on PCPP. :)
I had to use corsair vengeance lpx rams which are low profile type rams because of height clearance. You could raise the fans on nh-d15 if you have taller ram sticks but since there is not much room (I'd say there's about 10mm or so clearance) between the cooler and tempered glass I'd stay with low-profile ram sticks such as vengeance lpx.
I mostly drift on Assetto Corsa but also play new ACC, F1 2018 and dirt4.
I don't have a picture of the back of the case now but I can take it and post it later.
Sadly, games I play these days don't support SLI.... FML
thank you sir :)
NANI?! KANSEI DORIFTO?!
ATX system has two 1080 ti's and ITX system has one 2080 ti. So 3 gpu's total.