Yeah I really can't blame whoever reports this post. Just wanted to share this. The person if Jeffery Vos on facebook. He is really really good.
I know. I really surprise it even got through!
Connected to a fan hub on the back.
Actually the case came in white which was the main reason why I bought it. The fluid is primochills true. Thanks!
Thanks! The second pc is my wds server/'portable' gaming pc.
I'm confused on why this isn't more popular. Let me be the first to say you did a great job.
Man this is one clean a** build. You did a wonderful job.
Yeah this build is sexy af. Wonderful Job!
Very very nice. Love the color scheme as well. Did you paint those fans yellow?
Mouse: MX Master 2s
Keyboard: Corsair K70
Monitor: LG 34um61-p
I justified it by saying that this is my 'hobby'.
It's doing great!It does run a little hot (around 32 degrees compared to my 6800k 26 - 28 degrees idle). I'll probably upgrade the mobo to that new asus mitx that's coming out but other than that, it's running very well. I hope this answers your question. Let me know if you have anymore questions!
Nope I haven't overclocked the ram. I don't really trust the mobo too much.
It's just air bubbles in the reservoir. Air bubbles aren't good for a loop so I had to run the pump until all the air bubbles are out.
I'm not sure. I have a iFix-it kit with the most common bits.
Sweet loop! Fantastic job!
Yep. You win. Hands down my favourite build on pcpartpicker. I'm sure this will get featured. You did a wonderful job!
Very nice clean build and setup. ez +1
Maybe the 1080 was too much of an overkill? Who cares! It's a great build either way. I love the parts OP chose and it's probably going to last a good 4 -5 years.
Well I searched the images and they belong to the OP but it is weird that the final build has a 480 in it....
Holy Description Batman! +1 Very nice build.
Welcome to RGB Anonymous. The first step is to admit that you have a problem. +1
Man you are good. I lack the skills to build something like this D:
Very nice and clean build. I love the mods! Any plans on including the gpu in your loop?
Great build great story! Just an fyi though, once you get into watercooling, you're never done. Trust me.
What's that fluid temp sensor that you have installed? I think I might want to get that!
Very nice build! Love the color scheme!
Well you know I did build it before he did that build.. :)
Thanks a lot!
Dying for the day that pcpartpicker staff build a custom watercooled pc!
My jaw dropped when I saw the custom sleeved front panel cables. Great job!
I searched the image and the same image is on newegg's website for the case.
I have a sneaky suspicion that you got that image from google...
For pastel, I've heard 6 months to a year. Clear fluids 'tend' to last longer than pastel, up to 2 years for clear fluid (so I've heard).
Oh! I just realized that you don't have a drain port! It is a MUST! It'll be a P.I.T.A. when draining the fluid if you don't have a drain port.
Let me know if you need any advice then. I'm more than willing to help!
Very nice build! The only thing that's missing is the custom cables. I feel like this is a underrated build though.
So clean. Great job!
Okay I'll take your word for it! And thanks!
Nice build! Should have just waited til you completed the build to post though. I don't think pcpartpicker would be mad if you created a new post with the completed build. Are you going to keep that tube run?
I'm contemplating on switching over to pastel when I upgrade my mobo to the same color as yours. It does look a lot better than the non-opaque fluid. Jayztwocentz got me scared !
Boooi dat rad is T H I C C ! +1
Very nice! This build is very well executed! What fluid are you using? I really have 'trust issues' with opaque fluids.
Thanks! The price is incorrect. I bought the ram sticks for $180 and the speed is 3000mhz. DDR4 ram prices are very high right now so It's up to you if you want to wait til the prices start drop.
Thank you very much! I honestly think it's a perfect match. It's working great!
Thank you for your kind words!
It's the fluid. Good question! I have to remove the top fan to fill it.
Yes that was me!
I really didn't care about being cost effective when I was doing this build. Purely a hobby for me.