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Yeah, 5x SATA SSDs (240, 256, 3x 480) and also one NVMe 256 as the OS drive. :laugh:
I did the opposite. 5x NVME and 1x SATA haha. SATA is not worth buying anymore at current prices. 6.5TB of solid state and 8TB of mechanical. Looking for another 8TB drive on the NAS now. Storage needs are rising so quickly.
 
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Wanted something bigger then my old Phanteks P300, so got myself P600S, a lot of more room and better airflow then before.
Probably going to change the D15 fans to chromax black at some point..

 
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I did the opposite. 5x NVME and 1x SATA haha. SATA is not worth buying anymore at current prices. 6.5TB of solid state and 8TB of mechanical. Looking for another 8TB drive on the NAS now. Storage needs are rising so quickly.
Not an option for me, my el cheapo motherboard has only one M.2 and using it disables two of the SATA ports. Also I have a soundcard, wifi card and a SATA controller for 2 ports, so the PCIe "x16" for a M.2 adapter slot is in use. I guess the next thing is to replace those smaller SATA drives with larger ones, maybe one ~500GB and one 1TB, dunno yet.

SATA drives are more than enough for games, I know lot of people who still has a SSD only as the OS drive and all of their games are on HDD.. :rolleyes:
 
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The DUKE died :(
I got a GAMING X TRIO instead, everything is good now :)
Also went 4K 144Hz with the XG27UQ :rockout:
I do like the smooth lightning effect you accomplished along the table and the build is also looking really clean, but what are those 3 led fans cooling right to the RAM? I'd understand them if you'd place a rad over there and used to LC the CPU/GPU but right now what are exactly its purpose rather than aesthetics?

Though that, your desk is looking sharp! :) :toast:
 
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I do like the smooth lightning effect you accomplished along the table and the build is also looking really clean, but what are those 3 led fans cooling right to the RAM? I'd understand them if you'd place a rad over there and used to LC the CPU/GPU but right now what are exactly its purpose rather than aesthetics?

Though that, your desk is looking sharp! :) :toast:
Those fans are just here for aesthetics reasons, though my 850 EVO sits behind one of them.
I'm really happy with the build so far and 4K is absolutely insane!
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Just rebuilt my system in an Inwin 301
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That's one of my favorite cases airflow is great too.
Yes airflow is awesome. The video card stays nice and cool lol. I was going to throw a custom loop in, but it got crowded really quick.
 
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Not an option for me, my el cheapo motherboard has only one M.2 and using it disables two of the SATA ports. Also I have a soundcard, wifi card and a SATA controller for 2 ports, so the PCIe "x16" for a M.2 adapter slot is in use. I guess the next thing is to replace those smaller SATA drives with larger ones, maybe one ~500GB and one 1TB, dunno yet.

SATA drives are more than enough for games, I know lot of people who still has a SSD only as the OS drive and all of their games are on HDD.. :rolleyes:
Yeah I get it. My B450M Mortar MAX had something like that.

And you are right on the performance also. I have the fastest 4.0 drive currently out and compared the loading times of things with my 860 EVO. And in games or windows it doesn't matter at all. The only times it mattered was loading in content in premiere pro. or copying big files.

Not to go off topic too much but I'll share you a screenshot of my drives benchmarked with the Real World tests in the latest CrystalDiskMark.

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(small typo: 860 EVO clearly is SATA not NVME as labeled in the screenshot. My bad)
Random 4K read is what you want to look for for almost everything... The Chinese drive performs better than the more expensive 4.0 and 3.0 drives. but only by a margin. The Intel 660p and C2000 Pro are the clear winners here considering their price. And a 860 EVO or MX500 will still hit the sweet spot for most tasks too. But what I meant was. If you have NVME slots then the prices are so equal that SATA is not viable anymore price wise.
 
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Yeah I get it. My B450M Mortar MAX had something like that.

And you are right on the performance also. I have the fastest 4.0 drive currently out and compared the loading times of things with my 860 EVO. And in games or windows it doesn't matter at all. The only times it mattered was loading in content in premiere pro. or copying big files.

Not to go off topic too much but I'll share you a screenshot of my drives benchmarked with the Real World tests in the latest CrystalDiskMark.

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(small typo: 860 EVO clearly is SATA not NVME as labeled in the screenshot. My bad)
Random 4K read is what you want to look for for almost everything... The Chinese drive performs better than the more expensive 4.0 and 3.0 drives. but only by a margin. The Intel 660p and C2000 Pro are the clear winners here considering their price. And a 860 EVO or MX500 will still hit the sweet spot for most tasks too. But what I meant was. If you have NVME slots then the prices are so equal that SATA is not viable anymore price wise.
Yeah, I get your point. I guess it's best to upgrade those 240GB and 256GB SATA drives first to something bigger, 480GB or 960GB/1TB ones. The smaller drives will go to my 2nd PC, and I could put one NVMe drive with a PCIe adapter if I move my WLAN card one slot higher, probably won't kill the GPU's airflow, and after all, I'm going to watercool it. Need to exchange it to a reference card first since it has too tall components so my EK Titan X fullcover block doesn't fit.

But let's not go full offtopic, I put together a great WinXP retro gaming PC (Phenom II X2 555BE, Asus M4A77T, 4GB DDR3-1600, Radeon HD 6850, Audigy2 ZS) :)

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Damn you ATA cables! There will never be a time when I'll miss them.
 
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Damn you ATA cables! There will never be a time when I'll miss them.
PATA is a semi-must since I have a PATA HDD on my PS2; I'll probably get a SATA HDD adapter sooner or later.. I just put two optical drives to that PC since it's missing two 5.25" covers. :D
 
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Adding some more airflow to my Coolermaster Q500L.DSC00272.JPGDSC00274.JPGDSC00275.JPGDSC00276.JPGDSC00277.JPGDSC00278.JPG

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Damn, that's a clean and minimalistic loop! Makes me want to try out something similar :)

e: Stock cooler for now so I have the backplate already there when I get the Noctua AM4 mounting kit so I can use Corator DS on AM4. Going with air for now; still haven't changed my 980 Ti to a reference one so I could install the fullcover block.

 
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I finally built a simple loop without having a kilometre of hoses around. :toast:

e: changed the pic to more clear one

 
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I like the simpler look to a smaller loop! Looks good:)
How are your temps?
 
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I like the simpler look to a smaller loop! Looks good:)
How are your temps?
Thanks! First time those 90 degree fittings finally came into good use! :)
 
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Changed the PSU on my 2nd PC, I know that these Kolink PSUs aren't high quality but I guess it's fine on a such low power system. Personally I love how simple and clean this build is.

 
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I am looking at this thred and I can see that my current setup is the same as yours in 2008. :p
 
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Want to get some LEDs to light it up some.
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Put those two missing slot covers back :)
 
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