- First time going all AMD so I want to show my build off
I love it!
How are the temps?
How loud is it under load/idleID: gv0f54p
Thanks! Temps are good. My 5600X maxes out at 75-80 C in some games while the 6900 XT barely hits 70 C. I do have a more aggressive fan curve set for the 6900 XT though because I don't think the stock one is able to cool a 300W TDP card.ID: gv0uecp
Have you used curve optimizer? I was able to get my 5800x temps down to 55C for most games using a 240mm aio in an sff case.
Crazy what you can put into a small case like that sometimes.ID: gv0ey1m
I've always been fascinated with SFF cases especially those with sandwich layouts that's why I made the switch late last year.ID: gv0nn8e
Was probably a pain in the ass when it came to cable management.ID: gv2ny4v
Although I use cuda, I still appreciate the amd build. Thanks for sharing this. People are too afraid to experiment with these more optimized layouts. I've seen recent recommendations on going with mini motherboards with only 2 ram slots for gaming speed. This is giving me some ideas! Thanks for sharing!.ID: gv0k8xz
Ik right ( ͡❛ ͜ʖ ͡❛)ID: gv0n76e
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CPU: Ryzen 5 5600X with Noctua Nh-L9a with 10mm fan shroud from J-Hack
RAM: 16GB of Corsair Dominator 3600
Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X570i with aftermarket thermal pad on chipset to calm the tiny fan down
Power supply: Corsair SF750 plat with full custom cables from Ray (shout out to Ray!)
GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT
Fans: Noctua chromax NF-F12
Case: FormD T1 v1.1 (two-tone)ID: gv02zfx
Do you run the 5600X on Eco Mode?
I've got the brown version of that cooler and it has to crank a bit to take care of my 2400G when it kicks up.ID: gv043ak
hes probably doing a pbo undervolt, afaik it works pretty well on zen3 cpus.ID: gv0en58
Nope. I'm doing PDO 2 undervolt! I don't have any problems with temperatures though. The Ryzen 5 idles nicely at 35-40 C and maxes out at 75-80 C in some games. I just did some web designing work for two hours and the average temp is 50 CID: gv04ig5
No kidding. I had a 2600x and that cooler was barely enough to cool it under load. It would sometimes get up to 90 after long gaming hours. The 5600 has lower power usage and therefore exhausts less heat into the system. I do run it in eco mode and it’s still a beastID: gv0ccic
I respect the fact that you don’t mind the red half of the monitor’s feet.ID: gv0esbj
Haha no, I don't see the red from my view right now 😛ID: gv0u12a
Who is this Ray you speak of for cables??
I have a Node 202 and was looking at getting custom lengths.ID: gv0wkp4
Here's the link to Ray's Etsy page:Highly recommend!
This is cute AF.
Really clean looking, love it. Great work!
The front kinda looks like the dell optiplex prebuiltsID: guzzi2b
you’re right lmao it actually kinda does
T1 gang rise up
My next build is going to be mini ITX for sure.ID: gv0fjkw
Highly recommend. I love mini ITX builds and I made the switch late last year. No regrets! It's amazing what you can do in such a compact enclosure!ID: gv0dpxw
For sure! I went mATX this time and the smaller case made me want an even smaller case!ID: gv1dt9v
ITX just makes a ton of sense in general
Regular ATX cases just have so much wasted space. I could never go back.ID: gv2hsk3
Every builder should start with the NR200P as a baseline case, then size up/down based on specific needs. It's the best overall no-compromise ITX case in the world.
OP: checkout my workstation.
Friend : aww cute.
OP: opens up the side panels.
Friend: WTF IS THIS BEAST!ID: gv0f8zl
Hahahaha I actually lol'd 😀 thank you kind user of reddit
This is so aesthetically pleasing to look at wow.
That looks absolutely incredible
That looks bang tidy
The way the gpu and case color scheme compliment eachother is so nice. Thats a juicy build.
That case is cleaner than my moms kitchen
Do you have good air flow with this case?ID: gv0focw
Yep! Mesh panels are the best
SFF is one helluva thing.
He a tiny boi, but he pack a MASSIVE punch.
kinda looks like a hyper minimal business dell from like 2013
I’ve built this ginormous Lian Li mid tower but after seeing all these slick mini builds (looks fantastic btw) I am regretting my choicesID: gv02ohr
You shouldn't regret that, if you're not experienced with small form custom pcs is much easier to build a regular size custom pc. More things could go wrong.
nice, I currently have a big glass case with rgb, my next PC build will definitely be like this one
Is that a thunderbolt 3 dock next to your monitor? May I ask which one it is?
I loved my 6800 but I had to sell the build because AMD cards are horrific in some games. My old GTX 1080 performs over 20% better than my reference 6800 in Destiny 2, it was a real bummer.
Sheesh. Looks sick
Just did a similar build but with a strix B550i a 6700XT and the L9x65 in a C M nr200 with 6 Chromax 120 slims that thing runs fantastic love the colors of the case mine is all black. Except for the gskill neos Sweet build I'm loving the minis now
That compact form factor and that immaculate grid of post-it-notes
Love this look
Love the clean aesthetic