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Capnspace's Build

by Aguilosry


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Date Published

May 16, 2018

CPU Clock Rate

4.2 GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.48 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

11 GHz


Project Suite and Tie

Case: air240

Cpu:i77700k delidded with rockit88 kit applied conductonaut ti cpu die

Also, replaced intels ihs with rockit's beautiful copper ihs. Temps stayed dropped hard after installation.

Gpu: 1080 ti founders edition

Ram: 32gb (4x8gb) corsair vengance lpx 3000mhz cl15

Ssd: 2x Samsung evo 960 1tb Hdd: 2tb 2.5" Seagate barracuda

M.2: Samsung evo 960 250gb nvme m.2

Mobo: asrock z270m extreme4

Psu:SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 650W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply

Fans: 3x corsair ml120 white

Custom Waterloop

Gpu: ek full cover waterblock

Cpu: ek supremacy evo

Ram: ek monarch x4 waterblock w/ ek x4 ram modules

Radiators: 240mm ultra stealth black nemesis white radiator & 120mm ultra stealth black nemesis white radiator

Reservoir: Alphacool: 150mm eisenbacher reservoir

Pump: ek d5 pump

Tubing: thermaltake petg (the best tubing known to man. So easy to work with)

Fittings: eK white hardline fittings

Fluid: cl1000 opaque white

Peripherals not shown in pictures:

Mouse: corsair m65 pro

Mousepad: corsair mm800 rgb

Keyboard: corsair k70 rgb rapidfire

Headset: corsair void pro

Headset stand: corsair st100 headset stand

Monitor: acer predator x34P overclocked 120hz (just bought this baby today ;) )

Back of case tubing: ek zmt matte black soft line tubing with ek soft line fittings and horsepower spout

Custom cable sleeving from mainframe customs

*custom wires to exact length with custom sleeving.

Also added a custom side panel made of clear acrylic with 1/2" standoffs (painted copper). Lastly, added custom acrylic floor paneling and custom acrylic top paneling with square cutouts to allow air to pass through.

Comments Sorted by:

Ploof1012 2 points 10 months ago

Woah That bend touches that graphics card! How many tries did that take XD. Love it +1

P.S. pls post more pics. I need to see the back.

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 2 points 10 months ago

I'll be honest with you. That bend I did one try and was the easier one. The hardest bend was the one going from graphics card to the radiator. As for picks of the back, do you mean cable management in the back compartment or just the outside of the other side of the case. The cable management is still being worked on. I'm making my own custom length cables so there isnt massive amounts of wire back there. Once those two are complete then I can get my cable management totally in check.

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 2 points 10 months ago

I plan it to be so clean back there where I will eventually use a gpu riser for another 1080, cut out a window, and have it showing.

Ploof1012 2 points 10 months ago

Well that's quite the endeavor! And yes I was talking about the cable management in the back but you seem to be taking care of that area right now. Oh also I noticed a second radiator in the list. I'm guessing you're modding that into the back area?

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 2 points 10 months ago

It's in the back attached to the panel with another ml120 fan. So the res goes through a hole to the back of the case to the pump. The pump goes to the 120mm rad that is attached to the panel then it goes back into the visable side of the case to the ram, cpu, gpu, 240mm rad, back to the res. I'll add a pic of the almost finished 24pin custom lengthen cable.

xplos 2 Builds 1 point 10 months ago

Love the water cooling. Great build!

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 1 point 10 months ago

Thanks!!:) Alot of time and frustration went into this build. Matx builds are not the easiest.

TheMarkEyen 1 point 10 months ago

are you making the cables yourself or did you buy them? was a custom job?

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 1 point 10 months ago

Making cables myself. The ones you see in the picture, I ended up just sleeving yhe yhe as bles that came with the seasonic psu. But those cables are way too long and take up so much space in the back. So currently i am cutting, crimping, and sleeving brand new cables to a cust pk m length where i can route them through panel cable combs si they stick to the side of the case and dont take up much room in the back compartment.

TheMarkEyen 1 point 10 months ago

is it hard doing the cables yourself?

twoUTF 1 point 9 months ago

I see you used two radiators, one 240mm and one 120mm but I don't see the 120mm anywhere in the pictures. where it at man?

Suddenly_Toast 1 point 2 months ago

it's behind the motherboard in the pics you can see 2 tubes going to the bac behind the MB. this case basically has 2 sides.

atomicbleach 1 point 21 days ago

Nice touch on the case flipped upsidedown. Would make sense for a stadard cpu aio, just in case it were to leak it wouldnt leak on the gpu... as much. And I was thinking on doing something similar with a acrylic panel with my air240. I dont like how small the standard window is.

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 1 point 19 days ago

That's a good point about the aio and it being upside down. But also the side panel upgrade was so easy and it's so much more aesthetically pleasing. Not to mention a sheet of acrylic is like 10 bucks. Totally worth it. Just get the stand offs that I have which are like cents on Amazon, drill into the four rivets conveniently in the corner where you will acrew the standoffs in, and you are done. Just cut the acrylic to size, drill the four holes into the acrylic and done.

atomicbleach 1 point 21 days ago

With the 7700k delidded what are you running it at? With all that cooling id imagine 4.8-4.9ghz+ area.

Aguilosry submitter 1 Build 1 point 19 days ago

Actually I need go update the specs now. Just upgraded the CPU to a 9900k. But the 7700k I was running at 5.1 stable as my daily overclock.