This should have been the feature build...
After seeing all the new tech that will becoming out I think I will do another update to my current system. There are is a new huge push to the x99 platform and I like the new competition in the market. As for the CPU I don't think I would or could pay anything more than the 1k cpu chip. Might go with the new gigabyte line of motherboards or the ASUS delux II. Also what is very nice is the new line of computer cases. I even found one that will be capable to have a full atx board and a micro atx board as well. Pretty cool.
Alright so you are using the M.2 Drive, I wonder if there is much of a difference between the two? I'm assuming that there is. Are you planning on SLI the graphics cards when you the new non-reference cards come out, and also what are your plans right now for when the 14mm Intel processors come out. Like which one are you planning on buying? Also what software are you using for your overclock? Lastly let me know if you have any channel issues with using every channel up with memory.
I don't know if you will get to see this comment with it being the feature build but I have some questions that I hope you can answer for me. One where did you get the eight pin graphic card cable? I've been looking for them and cannot find them anywhere. Second what is you boot time with the 850 Samsung Evo? Mine is 40 seconds with a Asrock mother board and wondering how the ASUS brand is?
If there were more stuff to take of to paint I would because it went rather well for not having to sand and then spray. That part went really easy on a nice warm day.
Thanks, and it was the only keyboard that I had that was not wireless. Those pesky drivers are a pain.
My friend there are no tools in order to do these kind of things. You are already doing things that are unheard of... You just need to get creative and experiment with different products. We need to talk more and pass some ideas back and forth, because I have the knowledge just not the time.
What if you had all the wires in a rectangle mold and poured silicone or some type of soft plastic. Then throw in just the wire of a RGB into the mold as well? Make it look kind of tron like. While having the wire covered with some type of color. Then having dependent control of each RGB strip you could change the colors of either sort of grouping wire!
Like the custom water loop man! Maybe you can pioneer off with the hard line idea and make something cool out of it. Possibly acrylic moulding, and run lights through it with light fibres. Ok enough of that but great look and don't go bumping that case around.
You need another Windforce in that build... But it looks godly already~!
Nice work around with the rad! This build is definitely a nice snug fit with everything.
A custom loop isn't to bad once you know what and how many parts you need. From there is just making sure that they fit together. Keep your eyes out and ideas big.
So much room left over that the possibilities are endless! Is there a possible custom water loop coming soon to this build? Those 980 TI's are just to gorgeous to not look at together. Enjoy your cake and don't get it all over yourself.
How do you like your motherboard? I want to get the Asus Maximus VI Extreme and it comes with the tuner as well, but did yours come with a Wi-Fi antenna ( like a magnet sorta thing)?
I also thought you got your CPU for 220.00 and almost chocked on my breakfast. I grabbed my wallet so quick and then realized that you must have gotten it cheaper.... lol
This build would be a beautiful background, because of how neat this build is put together.
Nice clean build, and great wire management! There is plenty of room for another 980 Ti, that psu isn't even at 75% yet. Again great build and post some temp results!
After countless videos and that being one of the main concerns I would hate to see something that dumb happen to this build. Thanks for the prior link and now this one. I'm glad I haven't bought my cables yet because I will more than likely go with these.
Are you planning on another build or and update here soon?
Love the tubes, and the reservoir setup! Gives me some ideas. How do you have your monitors plugged into the back? Do you have all three plugged into one of the gpu's? Or are they split up among the two?
Figured it would free up some room for you, and show off that hardware.
Great m-ITX build with quality parts. Show off some off that hardware though! I think you could've used the corsair H80i which is a single fan radiator. Then could've moved it away from the motherboard.
Ok, I was wondering how you were getting those angles! My high school and college geometry was not adding up. The custom cables are a nice touch. I hope the liquid does not clog on you or dye your tubes and etc.
I wish that you would've posted some pictures of the basement and how you routed all the tubing in the background! But in all honestly this is an awesome build and I'm glad to have something to use as a goal in the very.... very... far future.