Basic ludicrous gaming rig of yestergeneration
Original build had a much larger custom case as well as two GTX 690s. (this original case is up for sell)
Initial plan was to run three individual liquid cooling loops (one for a CPU and two GPUs) encased inside a pretty case, hence the name Cerberus.
I got the CPU loop going first.
Yet misfortune struck all throughout - RAM channels 3 and 4 burned out, then reservoir for my CPU loop cracked, the water burned out the pump, then the primary GPU burned out, then I lost my job, etc.
I see its current condition as a transition and that someday there will be a Cerberus MK-2.
Cable management - maybe someday I'll do it, but after having to remove the cover-up-cables-and-make-everything-pretty-plate in the current case to accommodate the MoBo, I just don't care enough (plus personal life problems sap the motivation out of me)
Current usage - general gaming, re-encoding, and streaming on Twitch
Works well for it's price, but you may consider replacing the fan with something better.
Works wonderfully - no noticeable issues over the last couple years of use
Be weary of RAM channels and other things burning out.
Note: You will likely have to remove the wire covering plate to accommodate larger mother boards
Provides an unwavering flow of power but is heavy, big, and cumbersome to install in most cases. Not in much need of as GPUs and other computer parts start having smaller power profiles. Note: The cord is proprietary it seems, and you will not want to forget to bring it to any LAN party or you'll be SOL.
Just a bunch of fancy digital audio hardware, that works well without being tubular
Beautiful looking for a generations old monitor
I do wish it had more weight
Wonderful sounding for "computer speakers", but are sadly discontinued.