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Discussion in 'AMD Processors' started by REDRIPPERNAVIN, May 18, 2017.
Tk for having a look. Hope you liked my build.
That is sexy as hell! Really like it!
Is the tubing flexible or rigid? If it's rigid, how do you manage to get the bends in?
Nice, I look forward to the first set of genetically engineered AMD clones emerging from those axlotl tanks.
Looks nice. Always wanted to do something like that but it's way too dusty here.. would have to spend more time cleaning it then actually using the computer.
Nice build...you have WAY more spare time than I do....
Is that the 600 be quiet case ?
Use oring as guide to place it right before you do bends. Orings resist heat very well it doesnt burn under the heatgun. Most of the time failure bends is because we use our naked eye try to heat up the specific spot without knowning as you move and spin the tube its a bit off from the original position. So end up making more then 2 bends is difficult.
Dust is a enemy for any pc but if do it well you can minimize it but cant totally avoid it. I just configure all my radiator fans to exhaust that way i found minimum dust build up in my case.
Be quiet dark base 900 pro
Still waiting bios update to have better compatibility on that hynix chip. 4 sticks can only run at max 2400 mhz now. Still havent try the new bios.
Irony is if you really love something you will sure make time for it. There is no excuse.
Haha seriously i dont want my mind to wrap around that but tk anyway.
I have a silent base 800 but the 900 pro looks awesome .That case fan in the back looks pretty big. very nice build.
All fans are standard 140mm fans.
Nice work. That rig is a thing of beauty!
Looks really good. Are you going to tell us what components you've got in there?
Hmmmm, urine for cooling fluid. BRILLIANT!!!!!
Easy to say, but walk a mile in the shoes of others before jumping to conclusions. I work more overtime in a year than most people do in five. Some months is just work, sleep, work, sleep...scant days off are simply time to prepare the essentials for the next work cycle.
It's much easier to farm that stuff out than to spend that kind of time...
It's a work of art.
1800x, msi x370 titanium, 2x1080ti, 32 gskill trident rgb, 950 pro 512gb, 2x850pro 512gb. 2x420 hardware labs nemesis gts, 13x140mm be quiet silent wings 3 fans, Ekwb cpu and gpu block. Mixture of barrow and bitspower stuff (95 percent barrow), singularity computers reservoir with mount, mdpc sleeve for all the custom cables.
Didnt mean to hurt you but the thing is wt i say doesnt apply to everywhone and if you want something you need to make sacrafice unless wt you are doing now is more important. I can never walk into your shoes since my life is different but life itself is a choice. If you made that choice that you shouldnt regret it.
Love the beer tap on the side - that is pure class? Great build! Now how does it perform?
If that is what your urine looks like, you need to drink more water or see a doctor.
You didn't hurt me...all I was trying to say is that everyone doesn't have the amount of spare time that you've put into your build to do likewise. What I do at work is indeed far more important and essential and one overtime shift easily pays to have someone else do that kind of work for me (and would buy the machine as well). I sure don't regret it. I'm at the top of my field and due to that I'm often in very high demand by my employer...
Super duper nice build... I haven't read every thread response but would you mind sharing what this cost you? I am curious. It seems you went very very high end. And the price is probably reflected in the quality of this build. Thanks and only curious.
I am at the point now personally where I wouldn't spent not a penny on eye candy anymore. No one looks at my computer anymore. It just sits in my basement where I have a finished room that I use for VR, gaming, general PC stuff, surfing, movies, etc... no one ever comes down here anymore except my dog so paying for eye candy in my cases is just wasteful but yours is gorgeous.
True it really depends. Even my pc is just personal and nobody expect my friends come to have a look at it. Trust me most of the time they just look and say its cool but dont know wt the hell is going on. They seriously ask me question like how good is the machine in cs and dota. Im like im not going to answer that. But i dont blame them since they do play other games and dont really care about the quality or the fps but somehow when comes to competitive games. They want the highest fps and the smoothest gameplay.
Cost me about 3.5k usd or more. I didnt keep track though.
Nice build. Wish I had the nerve to water cool. Anyhow, Kudos
Sweet! Lots of work.
Great looking build.
Noticed you are using a push/pull radiator configuration on the top of the case. I ordered the Dark Base 900 (not the Pro) and plan to do something similar (with the NZXT Kraken x62, not custom like yours).
How is the performance of the push/pull setup?
Also, how did you fix the fans on top of the frame with the rad underneath and the bottom fans? Single long screws?
Well you can totally avoid it but it would neuter any mods you do. I have my entire PC and my wife's in an air conditioned case. No dust and temp controlled for stable OCs year round. Power usage isn't too terrible for the setup but I also have a 8350 OCed so I said screw power usage a long time ago. lol.
Emm i would make a list its easier
Ryzen 1800x - 489usd
x370 titanium - 350usd
2x 1080ti founders edition - 838 usd each
Ekwb wtb for gpu - 136 usd each
Gpu backplate - 35 usd each
Hx 1200i psu - 300 usd
2 x 420 hardware labs nemesis gts - 83 usd each
Custom cables for mdpc and local modder worth including full set tools- 500 usd
be quiet case 900 pro - 225usd
singularity computers reservoir and mount - 580 usd
Fittings and tubing (barrow) - 230 usd
Custom be quiet res from local modder - 140usd
Custom paint job for case - 24 usd
Vinyl sticker for sli bridge and mini mod - 5 usd
Silent wings 3 x 13fans - 26 usd each
Haha well if it does i think there is nothing to complain about it.