Very nice build. My only quip would be using zip ties to support your tubing.
Thanks, I spent some time trying to make the wiring look nice. The GPU & 24-pin cables are 26in and the 4 & 8-pin CPU cables were both 32in. I changed MB mid build but already had the cables made, if I would make a change I would shorten the 8-pin to 26in for use with this MB. Depends on where the manufacturer puts it, definitely need 32in if in the upper left corner.
Yea, not a lot I could do once it was done. But does add a unique touch. Cheers.
Not a RGB fanboy, looks great with the LED's off.
Nice, clean build. What did you use to make the white panels on the SSD's and the graphics card?
Another build with an incredible amount of patience and dedication. Looks great.
Amazing level of patience and detail that you were able to put into this build. Absolutely stunning. I can only wish I had the equipment to follow your example. I would give you +10 if I could.
I like this compact and powerful build. I had thought about something like this and what a great solution.
As a procrastinator, that wallpaper is classic.
I have the same case and love what you did with your 3D printer. Makes everything nice and clean, I can only hope my cable management looks as good when I am done.
Very much in line with what I was planning to do, right down to the case. I was looking for a white motherboard and boom there you have it. Not sure if I want to spend the extra $$$ on the custom loop or just use AIO for ease of maintenance. Great build, thanks for the motivation.
Nice build, would love to see some more detailed pictures of your liquid line routing with SLI...and all the cost for the custom loop.
I am surprised that no one has commented on the 850W PS for a dual GPU system. I think you will run out of power on high use applications.
I wish I had your kind of money, that is a pretty build.
Looks like a good solid build. My kids had no interest in helping to build :(
Good choice of parts, I have a very similar set up. Unless you are going SLI, you went a little overboard on the PSU. Would recommend you rotate the heatsink on the CPU to have the pump suction on the bottom vice the top to ensure you keep it flooded.
I agree. A+ for creativity. Keep up with the fabrication skills and I bet the next build will be twice as good.
I think the compact foot print of that case is awesome. My only concern would be adequate air flow for cooling. Nice work sqeezing all the components in there.
Nice, I have almost the exact same build. Just waiting for a couple of more parts to arrive.
Very nice looking build, I am going to use the same board for something very similar. I like how that case is laid out, should be good for air flow.
My only (slight) negative is that unless you are going to SLI you went a little overkill on the PSU.
Depends on what you are doing, but you would have good performance with a i5 4670K at about $100 less in cost. Also, you are only running one GPU, I would recommend only about a 550W power supply.