Pretty happy with this build. The idea of creating full white build was floating in the air for a while now. So when Asus announced their new Sabertooth mark S - I knew what I was going for =)
- Upgrade main storage to 256 or 512 GB. I might just buy Samsung 850 EVO/PRO and replace the insides of the Hynix SSD casing. Hynix SSD case is full white and glossy - very sexy looking DONE! - Paint the plastic cover for PSU cage. It is currently black and I don't really like it that way DONE! - Replace PSU cables with custom sleeved ones from IceModz. I've just ordered them. All white with white connectors =) I also ordered some extensions for the front IO cables. Should look great DONE =)
Custom paint backplate of my graphics card. And maybe some other parts of the case
Replace rear exhaust fan with full white Enermax Cluster 140mm. Already ordered it. Waiting for the delivery.
Upgrade to fully custom waterloop with PETG hard tubing, white EK CPU waterblock, white diamondcooling GPU block for this particular graphics card. Not sure when I am going to do this, but this is definetly what I would like to do.
I was a little bit concerned about the temperatures, because ETS-T40 is not the best air cooler (that's why I decided to add one more enermax cooler for pushpull config. in stock it has only one cooler), but it turned out pretty well. 4.5 GHz on 1.2 V stable = 38 C idle, 50-65 in games, 78 during AIDA64 CPU stresstest. I think I could try and lower the voltage even more.
GPU temp is also OK, I was worried about the airflow in this case, but it seems to be fine. The build is almost silent. The enermax fans though..not that great. I had to lower the RPM using the built-in switch on the back of the fans. (max 1500 RPM)
Unfortunatelly my old peripherals do not go with my full white build, but there is not much I can do here. I don't want to replace my keyboard and mouse with white ones. And to be honest there is not much of an option.
PSU is also white. It is a snow edition of TT 1275W
Sorry for the poor photos. I am pretty bad with taking pictures with my ****** camera ._.
Update 18.04.15: Added one more SSD. Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
Update 25.04.15: Painted some internal parts: PSU cover, rear IO shields, bolts, rear rubber grommets..I ****** up a little bit, but all and all it was OK for the first time. Uploaded some new pics
Also, modified PSU slightly. Took the PSU apart. Removed extra ATX 8-pin connector. Added heatshrink over the wires, that I've cut.
Also, I've added LED strip inside. LED strip is RGB and has a wireless control looks nice and not overpowering =)