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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by #Grey, Jan 13, 2015.
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My new build.
This is my updated build
Rampage IV Black
4930K @ 4.7 ghz 1.425v
Corsair Dominator Platinum 32gb 2133mhz
2 Samsung 512 850 pro SSD Raid-0
Corsair Graphite 760T Case
2 EVGA GTX 980TI Classified's
EK-FB ASUS R4BE Monoblock (CPU)
2 EK-FC780 GTX Classy (GPU)
1 Black Ice Nemesis 420GTS XFLOW 420mm Rad (Top)
1 Black Ice Nemesis 280GTS XFLOW 280mm Rad (Front)
2 Black Ice Nemesis 120GTS XFLOW 120mm (Bottom & Back)
Koolance RP-452x2 Dual Bay Res W 2 Laing D5 PWM pumps
Lamptron CW611 36W Fan Controller
5 of Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC 2000 PWM
2 of Noctua NF-F12 industrialPPC-2000
PrimoChill 1/2in. Rigid PETG Tube
PrimoChill Rigid Revolver fittings
5820k 4.4ghz 1.277v
msi 970 4g gaming
msi x99a raider
coolermaster case...forget name
4790k @ 4.5ghz 1.2v + phanteks tc12dx black
2x4gb dominator 2400 cl10
gtx980 black + white logo mod
Silverstone KL06 + window mod
Complete gallery: https://picasaweb.google.com/104030131291922028430/SilverstoneKL06Black
Rig is in sig.
Getting ready to save up for watercooling parts.
No 2016 thread yet? Here's mine.
You have a very clean build and excellent choice on the components. Nice blue and black color scheme with good cable management.
It is sweet like it is with its red and black color scheme. Nice custom cable really make the machine pop. Are you going to do close loop all in one water cooling or are you doing a custom water cooling job?
Wow, this build look amazing and very clean. Silverstone really makes amazing looking case. Your attention to detail in this build is awesome. Keep up the good work.
Diggin' the black, purple, and gold color scheme. Nice clean build.
Excuse the messy cable, im testing my brothers 970 in sli with my g1.
Doing a custom wc build. Just Started by picking up my EK cpu block tonight. Hopefully next week have my rads ordered. Be a couple of months to get all funds up for it.
My gaming rig:
Corsair ddr4 3200 mem
EVGA fe 1080
EVGA g2 1k PS
Gigabyte Z170X gaming 7 MB
Samsung 950 512 m.2
4TB seagate HDD
EK block and bitspower fitting on 16mm Acrylic
2-3.1 pumps and bitspower 250 res's/ Dual loops on 2- Dazmode 480 rads
This was previously with 2 780's
Caselabs SM5 merlin
Asus Matx MB
g.SKILL mem 2400
GTX 770 vid
bla bla bla
But.... It's not 2015 anymore
cases where done then, just a new vid this year, just new to forum, figured would put them in the proper year.
This build still isn't done yet, but I got the water cooling all hooked up yesterday. Still waiting on a 960 Pro M.2 and plan to clean up the cables a bit more. Also need to paint over those scratches as I had a small incident after removing the mid plate. Very happy with the progress so far though. The 280 on top also kills the lighting so I'm gonna replace the top fans with white LED ones. I need a better camera again, miss my old 50D and L lenses. Next purchase to save for
any way you could mount leds to the back side of the fans to light the mobo from there? I think that would look good too
edit: nice rig btw!
Looks good! What's happening at the bottom there? I see a square block and a black tube that confuse me.
Color scheme and overall aesthetic are great.
The square block is the pump and top in black acetal. The black tube..... Some plumbing that involves a drain in the basement I guess? That the outlet from the pump.
Tried to fit the pump under the mid plate but it just wasn't going to happen.
My end of 2016 confuser:
Rampage V Extreme V10
64 GB DDR4
2 x Titan X (pascals)
Samsung SM961 1TB
2TB 850 EVO
3 x radiators, reservoir like a penius pump and about 13 LED fans at 450 RPM
I really wish I knew how to bend/cut hard tubing. *That looks so much better than soft tubing. *The videos Ive watched make the bending part seem not too hard, but how do you measure exactly how long the tube needs to be and get the bend in the exact right spot? *This seems really tough to me!
A dry erase marker and a tube bending mandrel is your friend. It helps if you have someone else with you. Line the tube up with the outlet and then hold the mandrel on the tube eyeballing that the outer edge of the mandrel is lined up with the outer edge of the incoming fitting. Using a dry erase marker, place a small dot where the 90-degree middle line lines up with the tube. Then when you heat and bend, line up the dot with the 90-degree center marking on the mandrel. It takes a little practice but it really isn't that difficult. PETG is also slightly forgiving as it has a little flex.
I added a couple of AP-182 fans to my FT05, to replace the AP-181s that don't go low enough for my tastes. I think I need a black/white themed video card now. I still need to dial these fans down to 300 RPM or so to be considered "quiet" for my tastes, but that is late at night when everything else is off.
Sorry for the cable mess:
My motherboard died so I decided to ditch Gigabyte and go back to EVGA. I also got the chance to take some higher quality pictures: