Another Cerberus sibling! Congrats on the feature!
We don't talk about that...
After building and posting my own PCs, I know that what makes this a feature is the quality photography. Seriously, can I hire you to photograph my builds?
Go for it!
I don't see distro plate in part list, was it custom built?
I see it now, it just so much shorter than most, I thought Silverstone made the smallest ATX PSUs but maybe not. SO how did you mount the glass? I am really thinking about doing this. Haven't had any issues with it not being tempered glass?
Glad to help! Really nice build! I am actually jealous of the side panel. The lack of glass is my biggest issue with my build. And the SFX PSU looks like it made a lot of things easier, so I wish I had done that too.
If you see fire reflected in the eyes of your foes, doesn't that mean you're on fire?
I couldn't do this (ie have a 280mm) because the fittings from my front rad are on the bottom, so I could not move the bottom rad any closer to the front. Otherwise, it should work.
I wasn't referring to performance, because to me, aesthetically, its in the wrong slot. But to each their own. :-)
Decidedly “ok”. When pushing both CPU and GPU temps get up in the 80s and fans are definitely audible. In terms of noise one of the bigger issues is actually coil whine because so much of the case perforated.
Nice build, except for the GPU is in the wrong slot :/
Very impressive build! From the white components, to the LCD, to the graphics on the exterior, very impressive!
I only commenting to echo how amazing this photography is. wow! will you take pics of my builds for me?
Really nice to see more Zero-Maintenance watercooling builds. After starting out with plexi blocks and clear tubing, then some hard tubing, all my new builds are ZMT + Acetal + Nickel fittings.
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Yes, there is very little room between the RAM and the pump bracket.
Both vented, mostly because when putting both PCs on the same desk, I wanted it to be symmetrical.
I looked it up and yeah you run into the problem where you can't fit 2x 240mm radiator because of the GPU length, which would defeat the purpose of getting a GPU with a 240mm radiator to begin with.
I bought all components in multiples of 2, but then I built one system first, So I could figure out all the issues or extra parts I would need. Once the first one was done it only took me a day to build the second one.
100%! I actually considered it when I thought custom water cooling would be too much work and/or not fit. Unfortunately the only Hybrid GPU with a 240mm radiator is the EVGA 2080Ti Kingpin but that costs $1900! So I would suggest getting a G12 Bracket and an Kraken X52 or other compatible 240mm cooler.
Edit: Also beware of the height of pump/block for CPU as it has to fit under the PSU, some might be too tall, including all the NZXT Kraken X series.
Sliger Cerberus X
No exhaust, air exists top and side vents naturally due to positive pressure.
Don't need that much SSD performance. Plus I thought RAID kinda ruined the point of NVMe. Is NVMe RAID even supported on Z390 motherboards?
Plus there are only 2 M.2 slots, and I would need a place for the storage drive, while trying to avoid extra cable for a SATA drive. Plus the read speeds on a 660p with NVMe are still superior to SATA drives.
I already had the 960 EVOs from our previous builds.
Really nice build! I spent a long time considering the PC-O11D and a very similar build before settling on the Cerberus. Part of me still regrets it...
Are those both EK rads? I might have to consider another build...
Glad someone liked it! I like seeing those photos and thought I could do something special with double the boxes.
It is the cost of one. Just double the price for both, since they use the exact same components.
Thanks, RGB strips are magnetized directly to chassis.
I did leak testing before installing the PSU :)
I use an ultrawide 3440x1440 100Hz Acer X34, my gf uses a 2560x1440 165Hz Asus PG279Q.
Dang, missed a chance to title these as "Clone Troopers" or the like. Thanks though!
I dont really know the temperature inside the case, havent had any issues yet. I have only see the SSDs get to arround 40 when PC is under load, hope that isnt an issue.
About the cables I had them left over from previous builds/mistakes, plus the cable mod cables can make it easier to bend in tight spaces for tighter builds like. But most importantly it still looks cool in the pictures, and I feel good knowing it looks good the inside, like a nice looking engine bay under the hood. I didn't get backplates for the GPUs because for that reason (n window) but now I kinda regret it.
If i had a windows I would stare at my computer more than actually play games on it.
Really though, I had them left over from previous builds/mistakes, plus the cable mod cables can make it easier to bend in tight spaces for tighter builds like. But most importantly it still looks cool in pictures, and I feel good knowing it looks good the inside, like a nice looking engine bay under the hood. I didn't get backplates for the GPUs because I have no windows but now I kinda regret it.
I have been downsizing since the first rig I built in a Cosmos II
I'll be honest, it is a Ryzen 3, but I changed it so I wouldn't get comments about it being a terrible build because of it, and I actually plan on upgrading the CPU.