Sorry for the late response, I'm not the author of this. However, I can say that's EKWB's Lignum lineup, found here https://www.ekwb.com/shop/lignum.
Absolutely gorgeous. One question though; how do you have your FLT pump/res mounted vertically from your GPU? Can't find much about 'em online and wanna be prepared so I know how I can get it mounted.
Not the author of the post but it's an EK-Supremacy EVO (Nickel). Unfortunately they are an older model, and EK has since replaced them with other CPU blocks so they're discontinued.
Congrats. You added "your house" and now have the most expensive PCPP build. So.. you have that going for you, I suppose.
What did you use for the carbon fiber? Got a link, or some brands to try? I plan on doing two custom panels in my Evolv X and acrylic sounds real boring compared to this.
Another question, actually. How did you make your 2-digit "display" on the top right of your motherboard white? The red on it would look far better as white for my light blue build.
Hey! Know it's been a bit since you posted this but I had a question. Is your PSU getting "choked" with its current orientation? Or is there a display/RGB logo on both sides. I have an Evolv X (ironically I have the same board as well) and looking at PSUs.. I love the Asus THOR PSUs but obviously don't want it to be starved of air in the case since there's no ventilation on the top because of the PSU shroud.
I'll admit that it actually does look surprisingly good. I hope this rig gets plenty of use, for far more than just Fortnite.
I believe this is right. Especially since CAM lets you change the color of the interface.
Definitely get those pics in, this build looks incredible and fits together so well. Such a spotless-looking setup in that photo.
Hello! Just had a question since I'm considering doing a custom loop build with Zen 2, and was wondering about the motherboard fan noise. How is the sound level of chipset fan?
Wow. Thank you very much. Such an incredible build.
Well, to be fair, I would really hope thermals aren't an issue in a rather large case, and with 8 fans. Haha
Looks absolutely incredible. Love what you did to one of my favorite chassis. Just a sidenote, does that 2080 Ti get enough air?.. it looks stuck right to the window
There's something that bothers me about knowing those bottom fans are blowing air down towards the ground so they're not really doing anything
Looks pretty good! Why is the top fan an intake though? Aren't your two front fans (in front of the rad) intake?
I love RGB but I don't like the rainbows. I use a blue and white theme.
I'm... disgusted. I just don't understand what I'm looking at, it really doesn't make sense to me.. the description, the way it's constructed, hardware choice..
Additionally, keep in mind that a lot of the cost comes from the audio equipment. The prices I put on those are just roughly the pricing found online, since they are long discontinued products.
Because in my opinion, it's about the experience and not about the specs :) if it pushes out the framerates you want and does all the things you want it to do more than well enough, then that's good to me. I understand most people don't do liquid cooling like this and toss in custom parts and such on a build with this level of hardware (though still high-end, of course), but in the end it's about if the user is happy. And I am one happy man. :)
Haha, I agree with most of what you said about the 570x. See my build I did in mine. Doing liquid cooling and cramming it full of stuff did not make it an easy task to manage cables and such. But man, is it one sexy case.
I'd estimate $3000 or so
Looks pretty cool! Tubing is pretty clean. Get a new keyboard though, haha
What RAM blocks are those and how'd you get 'em to light up so smexy?
Haha, thank you! Most of the cost comes from the audio equipment (you can see it in the parts list). I put in the prices most of the stuff seemed to be selling for (if you can even find it), since it's hard to really put a price on aged audio equipment. The PC itself hasn't costed too much more than $2,000 on its own.
I am not, just the random numbers that were generated as a gamertag 6 years ago and I've just stuck with it ever since. Sorry! Nice build u got tho
It's the Divoom TimeBox Mini, thanks for asking! And thank you for the kind words :)
Thank you very much!
Like the name. Very clean with some nice bends. +1
Comments show you planned to add more pictures after doing some stuff to your build. We want the pics! ;p
Looking at the fans in his parts list, they are RGB fans that would have color control.
Woah, this is amazing! Extreme props to you for such an amazing liquid cooling loop in such a tiny space.
Impressive to say the least. Fantastic build.
Absolutely love it. Fantastic cooling work; building in small cases like this is a real challenge and you pulled it off perfectly. Plus you're not trying to give me a seizure via rainbow barf! +1
Don't upvote this. It only has one photo for a reason. It's ripped right from Bitwit's channel.
What coolant you running?
Poor watercooled VRMS :c Otherwise, awesome. What's on the monitor in the last photo? That clock looks cool.
Looking at the list, it shows they're 4k. 4k high refresh rate is absolutely ridiculously expensive right now along with not really enough GPU power to drive it, except for dual 2080 Ti's (if it's supported.. still not great really)
Wondering if I should go for this coolant with my loop. Seems to be holding up?
How's the Primochill VUE holding up?
"I only have 33TB of storage" isn't a sentence I thought I'd ever hear
What happened to your project?
I have these so trying to put this in simplest terms possible.
Fans have two cables, PWM (standard fan power, goes straight to motherboard) and RGB.
The RGB cables from the fans go to a hub where you plug in up to 6 fans (hub requires one sata for power).
That hub is connected to the Lighting Node Pro, which has a connection to your motherboard (and a sata for power), so you can control the lighting by Corsair Link software.
May I suggest something like these: https://www.amazon.com/Clovertale-Sleeved-Cable-connectors-White/dp/B078WQWVJZ/ref=pd_ybh_a_58?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=V5Q0DWP9G124YZZVT7MN
Awesome. I'm glad our community here at PCPP is able to do that. We most certainly enjoy it, and I'm glad you do too.
The back of a PC (usually known as "the ugly side") has never looked so incredible. Amazing work. There was clearly tons of skill put into this, not just tons of money.
I hope this gets featured. Very skilled hands were obviously behind this. +1 but I wish I could do more than 1
You're welcome! Yeah, the wrap works well. I like it.
oooo them cables tho. I like how u did that. Cool way of introducing it to the wall-mounting. The way the tubing goes looks great too. Nice work