3,498 CB CPU points
Mainly used for work, queries, data models.
That ek threadripper block is stunning, centre piece of the build for sure
:D worth every penny
If I were you I would take that threadripper sticker and put it on the hood of your car to show it off. +1
I don't have a car :')
what's that fan looking thing below the cpu block?
It looks connected to the GPU and I believe the 1080 Ti has a vent there so I think it permits extra airflow to the GPU for assistance in overclocking. Don't quote me but that's my guess.
why would there be a hole in the middle of the graphics card where the actual gpu chip should be?
Haha the backplate used to get toasty! So I put some paste on it, a couple heatsinks and an old CPU fan on top. I'm not sure it helps the card as much as it eases my soul.
Like a place for air to go through. There's a small vent like thing on top of my 1070 Ti
Although the submitter already answered my question, i'm kinda confused by your claim since why would they put a hole in the middle of the pcb and backplate?
whats that gtx 1050 ti for?
Placeholder. I'm giving it away.
You could try your hand at QEMU/KVM Linux GPU passthrough with that card as the host GPU if you are inclined to experiment with virtualization.
This computer is amazing. I love the colors and the looks of the computer. A little on the expensive side for me and if you are mainly using this computer for work, depending on what you do, you could of gone a little cheaper to save money. Overall, I love the the theme of the computer and the performance should be top notch.
I wanted to give my money to AMD, I like what they are doing.
That is sexy :) Congratulations.
Looks incredible. I love the fan pointing right at the GPU, I might have to do that to my 1070 Founders.
I like to think it helps
Really like the creative directions of the tubing.
is that even quad channel ram...? i cant find it on the quad channel section in gskills website
This one https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072M52CY5/
Mutilated the noctua fan hubs to fit in Enermax frames?
And it's not finished :)