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EliteCulture

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  1. Has anyone on here ever owned a Swiftech H220-X before? I was interested in the cpu block so went ahead and found an acrylic one ebay. The first one I received had spider webs near the screw holes, so that was a dud. Bought a second one but the newer model and again, cracks within the acrylic. Do you guys think this is from the acrylic version? I just ordered another first gen one but in black to see lol.
  2. @AlexTheGreatish I could've sworn I saw it on amazon like 2 weeks ago for $299.99. If not, im going crazy
  3. Why has the x570-i motherboard from Asus sold out were all the other x570 motherboards are in stock? I was hoping to get this board and now that I have the money, its gone Anyone know if they're going to restock soon?
  4. Im in the process of building my first pc and this is the only part I have atm.
  5. @Himommies Fixed the cracks are very minimal and my camera is wack. lol
  6. So I just received my CPU block and when inspecting it, I noticed tiny hairline fracture in on of the screw holes. Also a slight yellow discoloration around it. I'm wondering if this is something I should worry about. Or if there's anything I could use to patch it like acrylic glue or what not.
  7. Hey guys, I'm an entry level music producer/video editor and my laptop is no longer able to keep up with my workflow. For that reason, I'm looking to build a new PC. I've been looking for the past couple of months for some parts that I would be interested in, and am wondering what you guys would think about this build. (Any concerns or drawbacks from what I chose) Case: Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Mini ITX TG CPU: Ryzen 9 3900X CPU Cooler: Swiftech Drive X3 h240 CPU Block: Im swapping the stock block to a Swiftech Apogee XL Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix x570-I (when it comes out) GPU: EVGA 2080TI or EVGA 2070 Super ( I don't know if I need a 2080ti) RAM: 32gb of Crucial Ballistix Elite 3200 MT/s STORAGE: 2x Samsung 970 Evo 500gb M.2 drives Power Supply: EVGA G2 650w Case fans: Corsair ML120 Pro RGB 3pk and 2 Noctua NF-P12 fans for the swiftech radiator. Here's a parts list from PC part picker (I know the RAM is ridiculously overpriced but ill find a nice deal somewhere else lol) https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CfkxLJ My endgame would be to switch the Swiftech Drive x3 soft tubing to hard tubing for aesthetics. Only looking to water cool the CPU ATM. I would consider water cooling the GPU in the future. Do you guys thinks this build would suffice? Im a pretty savvy guy and think I could handle the swapping of the tubes, but is there anything I should know or worry about before making this pretty big investment lol? Thanks
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