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Scrub Lord Mike

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  1. As a matter of fact it is currently for sale
  2. Finished my 2nd Define R6 build so time to show it off a bit. Intel i7 8700k Nvidia Titan Xp Galactic Empire edition Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming Wifi EVGA Supernova 750 G1 (gold) Corsair H100i V2 32gbs G.Skill TridentZ RGB SlickWraps custom decals on front panel, HDD cage and PSU shroud
  3. Got my Define R6 delivered yesterday so I got a build busted out for it! Still waiting for my TFT screen to come in but that will be installed on the internal panel to act as a resource monitor. Also waiting for the riser cable to release so I can vertically mount the GPU but here she is so far- Intel core i7 7700k OC at 5.0 Asrock Z270 Killer SLI Gigabyte gtx 1070 (ref card) EVGA 750G PSU 3 Corsair HD120’s 2 corsair RGB light strips Corsair H100i v2 NZXT sentry 3 fan controller Geil 32gbs DDR4 (x2 16gb)
  4. OK I think I understand a bit better now. Essentially I'm splicing it in with one of my existing PSU cables, just connecting it to the 5V line and ground on an extra cable (have a modular PSU so I've got plenty of extras). Would there be a preferred cable type to use over another(4 pin vs 6 etc...)?
  5. So with this I would connect the 5V jack from the screen to the switcher then the switcher to my PSU?
  6. Hello all, my define R6 is coming in on Friday and I'm planning on installing a TFT screen on the internal removable panel as part of my build. I'll be using one of these displays (haven't deiced exactly what model but power connections is same for all): https://www.mouser.com/new/newhavendisplay/newhaven-hdmi-tft-display/ The problem I'm running into is finding a way to power it without running a cord all the way out to a standard jack or eating up an external usb port on the front or rear of the case. So I'm trying to find a way to either power it through SATA power connection from my PSU or a DC to 9 pin header but for the life of me can't find a cable that fits my needs, so I'm hoping someone on here has some experience with something like this or can point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance, picture attached in case anyone is unsure of the case/panel I'm referencing