I use this build for testing 4K resolution and Eyefinity on 3x ROG Swift monitors.
Why ROG swift monitors? Your using a AMD card that cant take advantage of g-sync, why not wait a month or two for the new free-sync monitors from CES to launch?
Because 144hz. G-Sync is cool and all but like I said, it's for testing.
Also, because I've already got 3 ROG Swifts for my other project, 3-way SLI 780 Ti Kingpins on X99.
People with money be like...
There we go, thanks for the clarification.
Exactly what I though lol :D
Yea I was thinking why would such a re-nouned builder make that mistake, the monitor will never be free sync compatible, so wonder what his reasoning is....
So... Sexy... Oh... My... God...
Glad you like it. :D
Sounds like some one is having a nerdgasm
its beautiful. soooooo beautiful.
That is the most outrageous looking computer I've ever seen. W.T.F. +1
looking really god!
"I use this build for testing 4K resolution and Eyefinity on 3x ROG Swift monitors."
Nuff said, +1.
All signs point to winning! Fantastic build and amazingly functionality as well as style. :D
Holy **** dude... that is the sexiest build I've ever seen
Mini ATX Masterbate o_O
How is the noise for the rad? Any by the way beautiful build, what are those PSU cables? I apologize if I missed it in the custom parts.
The noise is non-existent. The noises component is the pump when it runs at full speed! The fans are absolutely amazing and are the lowest sound output ever.
As for the cables, those my custom made cables that I sell on my website. You can check them out here if you'd like.
Wow, very nice cables, and nice website as well. I will consider it for my next build!
I could finally fap
I love this case so much. Only you and one other person have used this case on this website, and both of you do it absolute justice.
very nice clean beautiful build +9000 and what camera did you use by chance?
Canon Rebel T2i with a Bower 35mm Cinelens. :)
Time to play WoW!
You made the front page of reddit/gamingpc
holy crap. the rad is huge! :O
Just imagine, I opted out for the 80mm thick version. Yes, a radiator that's as thick as some fans.
wow. gorgeous build! Do you have any tips on measuring acrylic tube to get to them right? I'm considering switching over to it from soft tube but am overwhelmed by all those right angles lol
First, measure how deep the interior ledge is on the compression fitting / coupler, then you'll know just exactly how far you will need to cut a tube. Measure on both ends and you'll mostly get it right all the time.
I'll give it a try for my next build. You only used 90 degree fittings, huh?
Simple and effective watercooling loop, Nice build -kebbanalex
Hey kebban! Thanks buddy. :)
Very interesting. Nice work!
Awesome case, not an awesome price for it though.. lol
Very cool build regardless. +1
Very nice build! I wish the back of my case looked as clean as yours. Which liquid did you end up using?
Mayhem's Pastel Red
+1 I must ask where did you manage to hide the SSD? I've spent the last half hour tracing that black sata but can't spot the drive. Is it hidden on back side of motherboard tray behind the bundle of wires?
Ok, that makes a lot more sense :D
I just assumed that the SSD in your part list must be installed somewhere since there was no mention of any msata drive.
sweet build man! reminds me of a mini Maingear Epic Force.
if you don't know what that is you need to look it up. it's a thing we all want but no one can own..
How is that PSU I'm building my new rig with a 295x2 and I can't seem to pick a PSU. The 1500i seems a bit to overkill on more then just my wallet, and EVGA and some other brands seem to be good as well but I'd rather pay just that little more to have peace of mind when it comes to that card plus the plans to water cool that *****.
No issues on this PSU! Then again, I had no issues on an RM750 using this video card. You'll be fine so long as it's any one of the major brands. Look into the HX1000i! It's a fantastic PSU!!!
So, did you replace the screws on the CPU Power Daughter card heat sinks with longer screws to mount it to the case? Or do you only need to use the two free mounting holes?
I can do this, just give me some money xD
Great build! What psu cables are those?
I build them myself! You can build your own here! :)
Love this. Will the bitspower summit ef block work on a micro atx board?thx
Have always wanted to build something like this, was wondering if you could give me a few tips, especially on the water cooling
10/10 - IGN
7.8/10* -- too much water
I was thinking about commenting that exact same thing...
10/10 with rice.
These light bar inserts are completely custom and are no longer being sold. However, keep an eye out. Maybe they just might come out. ;)
The S-Frame is probably my end game case. :)