Appreciate that! Glad you like the Revision. I am considering stripping my SMA8 down and redoing another configuration in it. Only time will tell though.
Yes, Yes they are. Many many options to build a nice loop.
Love me a good ole' SMA8.
Excellent colour scheme!!
That's right Lol. Lots of them. Not so much nowadays. I have it running clear at the moment.
Very nice Pope.
All I said to myself was "These are good photos, these are good photos"
Love the camera-work.
Very clean build. +1
Very Nice. Compliments Mate!
+1 from Me.
Appreciate that. I understand about the temps. That's under full load 100% usage with stress test. Shouldn't see much past 70c with gaming.
Appreciate that. Noted :)
No, I just plugged it in and set it down next to the front of the PSU on the bottom after the shots were taken.
The Orange Never worked out as it is more sensitive to the PH levels of your coolant.
I knew this was going to make the feature. Great job again mate.
Love the colour scheme. Gorgeous build.
Im sorry, why is this not Featured???
There is always a +1 for a Fellow SMA8 Owner. Good job.
Still running champ :) I've bought quite a few of the 2Tb versions. Never had a problem.
Purchased it used. Amazon I believe.
I installed HDD in front of PSU after photo shoot. Lol.
Glad you like.
Great Work. Love the Frame and tubing.
I didn't realize that the LED were sleeved. My Fault for not noticing.
Can't believe you taped the lights. Interesting as I feel the heat will melt the plastic tape.
All Hail the SMA8.
Thank you sir!
Thanks a ton for the compliment. It is a Canon T5 Rebel. A 15-55mm Lens.
Explanation in the Description.
I almost wish I had one like this at 11 also!
I have had a lot of previous and current experience with AIO and custom loops. I have installed quite a few AIO coolers on processors and am impressed with the performance of them.
To each His own.
Water vs Air. Always a topic of discussion.
Thanks a ton.
As the parent nor I will be present during most use of this computer, putting a 60gb or w/e SSD for the OS isn't possible. The son is only 11 years old and will have full use of the computer alone.
Most games/applications that will be downloaded are defaulted to the C: Drive as most know, so instead of worrying about him filling up the boot drive unknowingly and possibly redlining the OS Drive, I have just one 2tb HDD so there are no worries. The computer will be 8hours away and isn't possible to check on it one a week or whatnot.
No SSD. 2tb was very inexpensive and will do what it needs.
Lmao. I guess not you.
I am reading this and the Notes that the guide points you to in the bottom of the coloumn. That is quite intriguing as I appear to stand corrected.
1.52 Core V produces a ton of heat, and still would never recommend someone run a processor at that speed.
Neither of these boards are Mini Itx Boards. They are both Micro.
Have you stress tested your overclock with Asus Realbench? That is what I recommend. I personally never use more than 1.35 Core V when overclocking on any of my processors.
Temps to not exceed would be 75 to 80C under 100% Load.
1.52 Core V. That's hillarious. And where have you gotten this magic number from?
Good Stuff. Love Green.
Through trial and error, I suppose one could call myself a Guru, though this post is to congratulate you on the success of your build.
Keep up the good work mate.
By Far, One of better builds I have seen on this site.
I hope you don't really think that could happen.