It's their 10 Gigabit network card that comes with the Zenith Extreme
They were flipped after photos / videos. Complete oversight on my end!
Thanks for watching!
Wow thanks a lot!
Thanks a lot! Yeah, I could have positioned the 280mm radiator lower but I like that dense look.
In all seriousness I love a bit of RGB. A lot of builds are overdone though.
Glad you like the build!
Lighting is key! Looks great even on a smartphone.
Yep, that interior bracket definitely came in handy!
Feature would be great but I just want to a keep a record of all of my builds here :)
Haha it's not actually too bad! It's a shame I can't top it up fully though.
Thanks a lot, I love the overkill look of it.
Thanks a lot for tuning in and following along!
It was definitely one of the more time consuming builds I've done so I'm glad the build logs weren't too boring :)
I love the format of PCPP, hope to put all of my major builds here!
Thanks a lot man, she's really enjoying it so far - and agreed on the X62 & Hue+ mess lol
Thanks and she loves it!
MicroATX definitely needs a bit more love :) Thanks!
You need the Hue+ for the fans, not the Kraken
The Kraken X62 fits nicely, good luck with your build!
Thanks a lot bud!
Lighting is amazing, what you can see here does not do it justice lol.
Thanks a lot man, I look forward to working with them in the future!
Wow man thanks so much for those comments :)
Whisper quiet! The Riing Plus RGB fans spin at 1350RPM max but get plenty of air flow at the same time since it's an open case :)
Haha sorry about that - that would be the stinkin' molex connector..
Didn't have any HEDT processors on hand but would have loved to put a Threadripper or i9 chip in there for sure!
Cherry on top for a build like this :)
Thanks a lot!
Thanks! I'm considering trying some higher speed static pressure fans to see if I can get them a tad lower. These Riing Plus fans only spin @ 1350RPM.
Thanks man! I love the TT Pacific W4 CPU block, the lighting on it is perfect and fitting it was easy.
Haha thanks so much!
Thanks Eltech and that would be a perfect way to cap off the year :)
Thanks! Really enjoying the board so far :)
Thanks! Yeah the X370 Gaming M7 is a very solid board, I wasn't able to achieve 4.0GHz stable on B350 boards but I was here. The R7 1700 is pretty stubborn though and needed 1.46V to achieve that :L
GPU temps are great though!
Thanks for the kind words and I'm glad you like the build :)
Wow! Appreciate the support a tonne.
It sure is! Really excited for the Ghost S1.
I asked them for a review unit but it seems that they're targeting the European market first.
Yep, it goes a long way.
This was shot on the Sony a6300 for anyone wondering
Not perfect but getting there!
Thank you and yes, the description was a typo. I've done so much OC-ing across different processors, it's hard to keep track. This one was 5.4GHz @ 1.45V.
Haha, you don't need something like this at 13 :)
Thanks - and yep it's an engineering sample