Haha nope! It’s the NR-01 by Hydra, but it’s out on the market for some time now. Hidden gem though :)
The case may have been slightly ahead of its time, but its been EoL for some time now :)
Thanks man :) You stay safe aswell!
Not occupied but yes :)
I actually forgot to take full overview shots in this series, going to see if I have a older shot with full overview and add that.
It’s from a time where the 20x0 had a lot of memory based failures. Also the 1080Ti is a lot better than the 2070/2080(S) due to the increased memory size. And thanks!
You called it! :)
Thank you haha :) Well, she wouldn't have mind if it was a regular black box but this way we both won haha :P
Thank you! Hope you have a great day aswell!
Congrats on the feature by the way, could have seen that coming haha! Well deserved!
And thanks :)
Thank you for the compliment! The fittings I used for the builds are EKWB's Torque fittings, specifically the EK-Torque STC-10/16 in black.
As for inspiration, I don't think there is anything quite like it, or there wasn't previously anyways. I mostly just envisioned it as I went on with the build, but it all started when Hydra Launched the case.
Great job on the build :D I love open SFF cases, built one myself too! :D
Nice build man! Well done :)
Nice job, great build.
That might be possible, but depending on where you live getting one built locally might be more economical.
That won't be possible, sorry. Also this is one of the few GPU's that are possible this way without modding the case or the GPU itself.
Haha I really should! :P
It's got 2 headers for fans :) Im using a AQ QUADRO to control the radiator fans :)
If I had the room and equipment I would have definitly done that :) But the entire process also took multiple months with waiting on the custom parts etc.
Well dust does accumulate, but once a week I hit it with compressed air and it's all gone :)
Thanks for the compliment :) I initially thought of using 180mm rads (because I still have some in a box somewhere) in some sort of base for the case, but for me it was really hard to get a working design I could see myself using.
I've sent you a private message :)
Really depends on the use-case to be honest. For gaming, yeah, maybe.
That's why I am keeping it well away from my ferrets!
I used it in the previous iteration of this build actually, never posted any good photo’s of it though.
Ahh that’s allright, to each their own I guess. Thanks anyways!
That's definitly what it felt like during the building process hah!
Looking forward to seeing the result, ZMT is great to work with too :)
Thanks haha! Well, the look I had with the Mo-Ra3 just wasnt cutting it for me, and with the build being what it is right now I am glad that I chose to do this.
I hope that I have haha!
Thanks, and I am glad I was able to inspire you!
Initially just for looks but it definitly doesn't hold back the 3700X in any way :)
Hi Devin, you should try and focus a bit more on cable routing. You can definitly work that 24 pin and CPU power behind the motherboard tray and have it way cleaner :)
Other than that its a nice build mate.
Probably if I had done hardline..
Yeah I was afraid to manually list the prices because if my GF saw that she’d be angry AF :P
That’s a huge compliment thanks mate.
I didn’t personally. I had a photographer take the photo’s and then edit them.
Haha I know that feeling mate. I usually don’t stick around for too long to not get tempted..
Thank you :)
Yeah when I turn the rgb on I get 50% more fps..
Thanks bud :)
What settings did you use for PUBG? I have a 970M/6820HK/32GB DDR4 and hardly hit 60..
I had the same setup myself with the radiotor in the front, and got the cpu block in the right position. Here is a link to my old build: https://de.pcpartpicker.com/b/Wc2RsY
Nice build man. My OCD is going crazy due to the waterblock being upside down.. :(