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p0Pe's Completed Build: Benchy McBenchface

Chipsaru 1 Build 2 points 13 months ago

Check his build log, he describes how he made it from scratch from huge acrylic pieces using CNC machining based on 3d model.

Thinman's Completed Build: Node 202 - The Black Hole

Chipsaru 1 Build 1 point 13 months ago
  1. C7 Supposed to cool 65W CPUs;
  2. C7 is much more loud than Noctua NH-L9i (which has equal cooling performance) if you interested in swap due to loudness issues; Take a look at this NH-L9i chart
  3. WD Red shouldn't dissipate much heat, but check SMART status on both. If they overheat due to lack of ventilation it might kill them shortly;
  4. Probably change QF120 to more effective fan.
  5. You can try to mount some AIO cooling for 7700K, but you will need to place radiator outside of the case, that will definitely lower temps and solve some acoustics issues.

Chipsaru's Completed Build: Air 240 Micro ATX Custom Loop

Chipsaru submitter 1 Build 1 point 13 months ago

Thanks, it is not that hard if you have proper tools

Chipsaru's Completed Build: Air 240 Micro ATX Custom Loop

Chipsaru submitter 1 Build 2 points 13 months ago

That was quite inspirational, thank you!

p0Pe's Completed Build: Benchy McBenchface

Chipsaru 1 Build 2 points 13 months ago

Pics are studio quality. Are you using some big white boxes with lots of additional lightning? Also that custom machined base with integrated cable management and water distribution canals... incredible amount of work. How did you manage to find proper o-rings for sealing?

Chipsaru's Completed Build: Air 240 Micro ATX Custom Loop

Chipsaru submitter 1 Build 1 point 13 months ago

I already had it, it is not that bad and I didn't want to buy new, espesially after all those meltdown/spectre issues. I will upgrade eventually after hardware fixes from intel.

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