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Takes forever. Finally completed the build. Got the cooler from newegg, which shipped from Taiwan.

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    First I wondered why you posted a half finished build. Then I realized it was finished. Nicely done. As with any installation; if you can't see it you've probably done a good job.
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    Yeah what specs are we looking at
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    @vlatkozelka @nitehound so I build a ryzen 7 2700 with rtx2070 on a gigabyte b450 board before rtx2060 released (been a while)

    crucial 16GB ddr4 2666
    gigabyte windforce rtx2070
    Evga non-modular 550w psu
    Intel 500Gb nvme m2
    1Tb 2.5 sata ssd from Samsung.

    The idea is to pick as high end as possible but cheapest part with the same spec.

    RAM overclock to 3060 on 16-18-18-38 1t on 1.35v. Won’t start if I go further.

    Play around vcore and multiplier, but cpu got quite hot after 3.65G. And sometimes it won’t boot. so I give up.

    Added 3 noctua case fans. But don’t help much.

    The GPU card starts sagging right away, so added a GPU support.

    Considering an AIO watercooler but a already got fun installed. Worry about this case won’t fit a 120 cup tower fan. Until recently I decided to gamble. And it works out!

    All cables are routed and tied with Velcro, all RGB lights are turned off as possible to keep the professional look.👌
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    😨wow good stuff
    OS?
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    @nitehound tried Linux. The nvidia driver failed to build. Switch back to windows. I’m thinking to build another i7 pc without dedicate graphics
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    @vlatkozelka I might be old school, but all my friends who use aio having problems. EKWB’s custom kits looks good, but this case just couldn’t fit.
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    @vlatkozelka this EVGA PSU has a 85+ gold cert. but it’s not modular, so I have to remove the 3.5 hard drive cage for hiding the cables 🤦‍♂️
    For every dollar I saved, there’s an obvious drawback...
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    Mine is in a cupboard so you can't see it. :-)

    I think the only thing we have in common there, is the fans !
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    @Nanos once you installed these noctua brown fans... RGB is no long acceptable in your build 😌
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    Looks nothing like mine..
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    looks like a mining pc🤔
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    @sunfishcc

    Just a regular PC, 90% efficient PSU, two HD's, 3 SSD's, DVD drive, floppy disk, two graphic cards (GTX 1060 6Gb and GTX 750Ti 4Gb, as per someones suggestion, might upgrade to two 1060 6Gb), a really big CPU cooler, 6 core Xenon CPU, 24Gb RAM, W10 for now, aiming to triple boot with W7 and Ubuntu at some point.

    Connected to 4 monitors:
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    @Nanos yeap. I also wonder how these cards work together
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    @sunfishcc

    Fairly well, the 1060 drives the 50" monitor, whilst the 750Ti drives the other 3.

    Also the 1060 drives the Oculus VR setup as well.
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    @Nanos I searched local pc store. Can’t find any 50 inch beast... the maximum size they carry is 32”😱
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    beautiful beast!
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