That tubing is just ran perfectly +1
Unless it's semi passively cooled _('')_/
Paint job turned out great! I see what you mean by the underside being a bit rough, but overall it looks pretty professional. Will keep my eye out for that brand for next time. Hope your girlfriend loves it +1
I love these true silent builds, really impressive and it suits the case well. +1
Cheers for that temps look reasonable, especially the Gpu well done
Yeah I currently have one fitted to my 1070 icx, but contemplating for my next build/upgrade. Thanks for your help. I
Ok good to know no modding required? seems to be mixed information on forums. Cheers
Lovely build, did you need to use the amd mount for the g12 or does the Intel bracket still fit? +1
I really should lodge my tax return, +1
Great build love the purple +1
Lowering the voltage and clock speeds will in turn reduce temperature and noise, and total power draw of the system without seeing a large drop in performance if done correctly.
Let it settle for a week but it shouldn't really be "ticking" go check some videos on and/bubbles in the line Vs ticking. I run my pumps of the PSU 12v 3pin then save the settings of the pump like RGB and pump speed to the bios on the pump. Good luck
Hey mate regarding, the pump there are a few things you can try to eliminate the rattle, there may be air still settling in the loop you can try tilting the case and try to move the air pockets so they settle in a position where it won't run through the pump itself. Second is connect the pump to the mb and use the Corsair software change pump profile to quite performance, this lowers the rpm of the pump and some undesirable noise. Third, I ended up RMA my Corsair pump and the difference was night and day with the rattle. Try these first though Corsair honour their returns but it's still a hassle at the end of the day. Cool build +1
Hey thanks been a while since a comment has dropped on this build. Thanks for passing by :)
Really curious about the Gpu temps with this particular case, how is it fairing so far?
Love the build, regarding the eisbare Lt pump, I'm having trouble finding out how far the pump can be pushed in regards to water and radiator volume. Looking to do a mini itx setup with this system, and smaller rads of course. +1
You really shouldn't take other people's work and claim it as your own. https://www.ekwb.com/blog/4k-gamer-pc-by-danny-bohm/ Mate this not your work, plus your parts list don't even match the build in the photo, I hope it's a placeholder for your actual build?
Have followed your builds for a while, once again great work, looking forward to when my boys are old enough to hand them down my PC's (so I have a sneaky excuse to do another build) +1
Cleanist Ghost I have seen so far looks great, curious how your thermals fair with the copper c7. +1
I believe you can use evga precision or MSI afterburner to make a custom fan curve so you have zero rpm at idle. Have used precision for four years without issue. Great build +1
I'm gonna take a stab and say he has used an aftermarket cooler Antek accelero I believe though I could be wrong. All hail Noctua!
Looks like alot of hard work went into this. Looks great and love the UV happy gaming +1
This should be featured, you truly are a master builder ;)
Bios update, and keep an eye on thermals. Most MOSFETs are rated above 100c. I had some m.2 incompatibilities untill I updated bios. Good luck
Yeah I did the same with the paint but when I pulled the tape up the paint cracked and peeled ruined the finish :/
Hey mate the shift looks great. Where on earth did you get the acrilic panel made? I made a similar attempt but had a hard time with the back paint to match the other panel. +1
Hey thanks for the comment,I contemplated doing a channel but I always get distracted :/ though I could always peel it off and film it again :)
How does the Gpu on air perform in this case?
"I now have a tiny PC, zero upgradability, worse thermals, and now it sounds like a hairdryer when it gets up to temp"
Welcome to the SFF community +1 awesome build.
Wow 5.7? What are your voltages??
Awesome! good choice of case, wish I went a similar route when selecting a case for my 2200g +1
Aw jeez Riick I don't know..
Thor hammer key cap? Where on earth did you find that? +1
Straight to the point no fuss, and nice and clean looks great, redux fans are amazingly silent so top choice on that front. +1
I would go the route with standoffs/extensions for the lid. If you need help with a possible CAD design happy to help ( I have the smaller sibling of your case so top lid is the same dimensions. Look forward to future updates cool build +1
Awesome couldn't be happier with my 1070 great card.
Well said +1
Great build, find a good deal on a 1070 or a TI and you're in businesses +1
Neon spaghetti +1
Love it super retro, you might want some intake/exhaust fans? Otherwise pretty damb unique. +1
Cool build, may I ask why you used the 240mm aio on the Gpu instead of the CPU? Still lovely and clean. Enjoy your 140+ FPS
Perfect, checked the board manufacturers approved RAM
before I purchased anything. One of the reasons I went with the board as it had a large list of RAM compatibility.
Sorry haven't updated that build in a while that is with the stock evga cooler, gpu temps are fine its the vrms and memory that gets a bit toasty with just the fan from the g12 Kracken. Managed to squeeze the h80i rad in with the h75 and a slim notua fan just fits.
Very cool build and great photography. +1
I meant cramming two 120mm aios into one large top hat :)
I was looking into doing a similar build but with dual 120mm Aio's. But was unsure as to whether it would all be compatible? Anyway awesome build good to know about the power switch. +1
Where on earth did you score the star wars addition? Looks awesome hope your temps are ok. +1
Well done on your first build, If I were you I would consider propping up your GPU as the sag looks pretty bad. No need to go and buy an expensive gpu bracket, either use the cabling to pull it up or use a pencil cut to length with rubber end under the Gpu .+1