Woah, that cable management in the back is on point! good job @op!
Sweet build! Do you have any plans to install some white LED lights to show off the gold and white?
What a rigggg!!
Congrats on the professional work!
scratches neck repeatedly YOU GOT ANY MORE OF THEM GOLD NUGGETS? - tyrone biggums.
Good job making a unique build! +1
Woah, this color scheme looks slick! gj
That thing is tight!
wow, PETG has gone a long way, it looks great!
Nice build! What type of tubing did you use? acrylic or petg tube?
ooh hadn't noticed. How was that process? Were there instructions for that mod?
Drools wow what a powerhouse you got there. Post some pics with the case's side panel on!
I was about to ask what all those individual LED's were for but then I saw the bottom of the GPU and saw how it was lit up in certain areas. Nicely done.
Yeah, what type of rubber(?) did you use to attach the window to the case @GetCarter? Where did you purchase it from?
lol. Because it's watercooled the temperature was not noticeably affected by the window (the BlackIce 240mm radiator does a fine job).
Why don't you buy a sheet of clear (or "smoked") acrylic online and make your own custom window? The hard part is getting the measurements right so that you can cut the case and acrylic using a dremel. All it takes is some guts - and you have that so what is stopping you?
In the most surfer voice possible YESS!... (breathes heavily)...That's awesome!
I came over here because of the cable combs. +1
Nice clean, juicy build.
Right on, thanks!
Nice build. What type of cable combs did you use? Which brand? They make a huge difference in the aesthetics!
Amazing work, it paid off with a clean looking build! Question: why did you change your tube routing on the graphics card? When it is bone dry it shows that both 90 degree fittings are on the top but on your finished product you placed one under and the other over.
Build is sick af. I'm peanut butter and jealous. Question, does that flow meter rattle? Does it make noise as it spins? Just wondering.
Wow, well done! Your PC looks like a subwoofer.
Nice! That type of work is more than professional. That type of work is bro-fessional. ;)
I'm looking forward to your future builds, cheers!
Do you have a fire hydrant nearby? Because this build is pure fire!! insert fire emoji great job~!
It says mITX, but is it really? I mean, is the case truly small or is it borderline mATX?
IT NEEDS MORE RAM!!! ;)
Dat fat EVGA logo doe. They are lowkey trying to take credit for your whole build lol. Other than that, nice mITX build mate!
I've seen custom loops on overclock dot net (website) that utilize a custom acrylic reservoirs like that. They look really impressive and unique. Any idea where you'd find a manufacturer that can make custom acrylic plates like that? I can't even think about where to begin looking.
Woah, what a build, what a lovely build! *"Mad Max: Fury Road" reference
Caselabs?! Wow. You going to order another pump and res combo? Those cases are huge so they make watercooling reservoirs look tiny lol
What a dream to be able to build to amazing computers! Great work recycling and re-purposing what you had!
Solid PC...nice photographs, too. What camera did you use?
Enjoy your monster PC!
RIP electricity bill tho
Oh, mine doesn't have a temp detector either, I meant that the motherboard automatically monitored the 4-pin CPU fan connector and since I had the pump connected onto it, when it didn't run it would post as faulty.
I don't know about Gigabytes motherboards, but on a Asus Gryphon motherboard I would get an "error" code at the beginning of a boot due to the fact that the pump wasn't running yet. The motherboard thought the pump was faulty; however, it wasn't that it was faulty, it was that the PC was still cold and thus there was no need for the pump to turn on (it automatically turned on when it reached 25 degrees Celsius). Long story short, if you do switch over to a fan controller, you may need to enter the Bios at the beginning of your boot, and head on over to your fan profiles and turn off the sensor which tells you whether your CPU pump is on or off. After I turned off my sensor, the PC turns on without a problem (even if the pump hasn't turned on at the beginning).
They're fine since they're water cooled. As long as the pump is working (and those pumps usually last 3-5 years) those cards will run nice and cool. The watercooling loop isn't even cooling the CPU so it has so much headroom that it's almost overkill.
That's the only way to keep those 390's cool! Great work, they look amazing and must work like a charm when gaming.
T_T totally worth it though imo :)
+1. Beautiful work!
The skin on my thumbs voluntarily peels off as I imagine what it took to tighten those EK fittings.
That case is massive, I'm surprised it doesn't come with wheels!
Were you able to install windows?
Great looking build. The sticker adds to the overall look of the reservoir.
Great choice in color scheme, my friend. +1