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AMD Ryzen 7 Build.

by pauljed16

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15 Comments

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  • CPU

  • Motherboard

  • Memory

  • Storage

  • Storage

  • Video Card

  • Case

  • Power Supply

  • Operating System

  • Custom

    $136.00 USD (Purchased)EK-FB Asus C6H Monoblock
  • Custom

    $157.99 USD (Purchased)EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 pump reservoir Combo - Glass
  • Custom

    $6.95 USD (Purchased)EK-Cable Splitter 4-Fan PWM Extended
  • Custom

    $99.95 USD (Purchased)EK-Vardar EVO 120ER Black (2200rpm)b x5
  • Custom

    $85.49 USD (Purchased)Bitspower 90-Degree Multi-Link Adapter 12mm - Black Sparkle x6
  • Custom

    $48.02 USD (Purchased)Bitspower G1/4 Enhanced Multi-Link Adapter - 12mm OD Rigid Tube - Black Sparkle x8
  • Custom

    $10.35 USD (Purchased)Bitspower 90-Degree With Dual Inner G1/4" Extender - Black Sparkle x1
  • Custom

    $27.01 USD (Purchased)Bitspower Ball Shutoff Mini-Valve - Black Sparkle x1
  • Custom

    $4.78 USD (Purchased)Bitspower 5mm Spacer Extender Adapter - G1/4 Male/Male - Black Sparkle x1
  • Custom

    $6.90 USD (Purchased)EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4 Black Nickel x1
  • Custom

    $68.45 USD (Purchased)EK-CoolStream PE 240 (Dual 120mm Core Radiator)
  • Custom

    $88.33 USD (Purchased)EK-CoolStream PE 360 (Triple 120mm Core Radiator) PE
  • Custom

    $11.20 USD (Purchased)Bitspower None Chamfer PETG Link Tube OD 12mm - Length 1000mm x2
  • Custom

    $20.03 USD (Purchased)Mayhems Pastel - Ice White Concentrate x1
  • Custom

    $8.67 USD (Purchased)Mayhems Non Stain Dye - GREEN 15ml
  • Custom

    $8.81 USD (Purchased)Mayhems Non Stain Dye - BLUE 15ml
  • Custom

    $39.90 USD (Purchased)Cable Mod Custom 24-pin ATX Cable (Silver, Black)
  • Custom

    $39.80 USD (Purchased)Cable Mod Custom 8-pin Pcie Cable x2
  • Custom

    $31.98 USD (Purchased)CableMod WideBeam Magnetic RGB LED Strip x2
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Details

Date Published

Aug. 27, 2017

Date Built

Aug. 13, 2017

CPU Clock Rate

3.4GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.62GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

11.1GHz

Description

This is my first build with a custom water cooling loop. It took me 5 months to finish this build, not to mention the sleepless nights watching tutorials and searching the web. I did some modding to the top radiator bracket in order to hide the fans. I am so glad that it went well. No leaks so far. My only concern is the tube that connects the cpu block and top radiator, the bend is not perfect abd it doesnt align properly to the fitting. Cooler temps, 28 degrees idle, 40 degrees load. Im just waiting for a stable bios release then I'll overclock this beast.

Comments Sorted by:

Battlefield 3 points 10 months ago

Clean build. I love your choice of colors. How'd you survive so long without the computer?

Oskar_ 2 points 10 months ago

Such a sweet build. Tell me where you live so I can steal it +1

pauljed16 submitter 1 Build 1 point 7 months ago

Thanks! Ryongsong Residence, Central District, Pyongyang DPRK Come visit me

JustNull 1 point 7 months ago

Uh, I'd rather not... Great build, extremely clean and great looking!

LTFoReal 2 points 10 months ago

sick build, my jealousy is real bro. Top bend on the CPU does look a little weird but I still think it's pretty beast.

FlipLaw 1 Build 2 points 10 months ago

Wow, this is super sweet. First custom loop too. Gah I want to do it too. Looks really great.

Pixelsandwich 3 Builds 2 points 10 months ago

Pledge to protect

Joiner21 8 Builds 2 points 8 months ago

Great build! How did you end up hiding the fan on the top? Im looking to do a similar loop in my pc.

Joiner21 8 Builds 1 point 5 months ago

Thank's for the link. I'm almost done with my own custom loop, just gotta get the tubing done, and the block on my gpu!

Fenlair 2 points 8 months ago

Sweet build! I'm also trying to build a custom loop in the same case with the same pump/reservoir comb. How did you mount the EK-XRES 140 Revo D5?

Did you mod the top panel for better airflow or how did you manage not to starve your fans inside the top compartment?

Again looks super dope! +1

pauljed16 submitter 1 Build 1 point 7 months ago

Thanks man! I drilled some holes to the chasis for the reservoir mount. This particular case has a horrible airflow. My graphics card is idling at 30C and 72C during stress test. Im getting my top and front panels laser cut tomorrow. Hopefully it will improve the airflow if not Im going to switch to a different case with better airflow

petrifieddd 1 point 7 months ago

temp on the GPU??nice build by the way

statorator 2 Builds 1 point 6 months ago

I just wanted to point out something, and it may be something you were aware of while doing the build but decided against it. It appears that you are using the inlet port for an outlet port and vice versa for the Monoblock. If you chose to run it this way anyways, I am interested to know if there are any issues with flow, etc.

BTW, love the build, very clean and love the color, really pops.

ProjectNZT 1 Build 1 point 6 months ago

Awesome build man! The loop configureation is daaaaaamn weird :D