the GPU is so big that you have to apply just a light amount of pressure to the glass to close it. thinking of using the EVGA 90degree GPU plug attachment.
2 55" TCL roku TV's left is the 55R636 6series right is the 55S535 5 Series.
Dark Dragon Build
CASE- Lian Li 011Dynamic
MOBO- ASROCK Fatality X99X/3.1
CPU- I7-5820k(OC to 4.0GHZ)
GPU- RTX 3070 FTW3
RAM- 64GB CORSAIR Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000MHZ C15
STORAGE- WD BLACK 500GB NVME
PSU- Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W 80+ Gold Semi Modular
CPU COOLER- MSI MAG CORELIQUID 360R - AIO w/3 120mm 1900RPM fans(intake)
FANS- 6xCooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB 120mm(3 intake 3 exhaust)
EXTRAS- Razer Chroma ARGB controller, Red and Black Cable Extensions, 7"in LCD status panel.
Details- so i wanted to do something a bit more unique then all the other Lian Li 011D builds i saw. i put 4 rubber feet on the metal panel side of the case and layed it horizontally. i chose the AIO specifically because it had the pump build into the radiator. and due to how the case is made the radiator is lower then the head block so this was ideal for my horizontal build of the case. otherwise i would have had to get a big enough radiator to compensate for the high of the head block. i managed to get my hands ona RTX 3070 FTW3 when my reservation came up from EVGA so i was super happy about that. i have the left(was bottom) of the case as the intake blowing on the GPU directly. which the GPU is triple slotted and triple fan. the 3 fans on the radiator are intake sucking cooler air from the bottom which is why i needed the rubber feet. which is keeping the radiator nice and chilly. and i have the right side(was top) of the case as exhaust. i have the fans segmented into 3 seperate ARGB splitters so i can change the color of three fans as a time. the head blocks ARG is tied into the 3 fans on it. i am using a Razer Chroma ARGB controller. i do have a 2tb 3.5" drive and a 256gb SSD in the system but i will be changing those out at a later date and they arent visible in the build so i didnt feel the need to mention them. the motherboard and CPU are a bit dated now(5-6 years now) but they are still chugging along like a champ. my CPU is OC to 4.0ghz right now.(can OC to 4.4 but dont need to) the GPU is OC by 1300mhz on memory and 140 on GPU. she stays a cool 54C pretty steadily. so she is blowing out cool air even.