It’s a complete ball ache doing the cables like that, especially if you put them through multiple plates and features. Best of luck with yours!
Would be cleaner without all the RGB fans too, I didn’t take pictures with them on as genuinely it just looks worse
Bear in mind it is a show build for Corsair so they did want a silly spec haha
Honestly the only reason is that the 1000D stock fits an ITX extra system, so it seemed a necessity to keep that functionality in this modded one. No real reason other than that though rofl
Gah everybody always manages to notice it haha. It's actually just the cover for the memory, the original Vengeance RGB sticks have a sliding cover that you can easily nudge by accident. I must have bumped it when plugging in the 8-pins, only noticed once the build had been packed up and sent, I did correct it later on though don't worry haha
The CNC work was actually 1/12 the cost of the 3D print on this one haha. SLS powder printing costs a few arms and legs
I will be indeed, including a number that I did before working at Bit (which IMO were more interesting than most I’ve done recently).
There’s nothing wrong with the build, it’s okay and does it’s job. The intro is childish though.
Aye but I build rigs for all sorts, my personal preference is definitely not RGB that's for sure haha. I just don't like the smugness given there's nothing to back up the sentiment.
Jesus that introduction was hard to get through. "Part of the herd" is rather difficult to read when the builder is just another person who's fallen for Noctua's anti-aesthetics marketing trick.
Will be uploading a bunch of builds I've done over the coming weeks :D
Many of them I've had specced on here for ages in order to post to reddit etc. I just never got round to adding the pics here and actually marking them as complete haha
It's what was supplied. My personal rig actually has 128GB as I frequently push past 64 doing large scale panorama stitching and similar work.
Unfortunately I don't offer that atm. That said you should be able to find laser cutting shops who can do it pretty easily, it's not a complex job if you have the graphics to hand already so many places will take it on. You can also etch glass using etching compounds, so you could always have a stencil cut out from vinyl on a plotter (if the shape isn't too crazy) and then do the etching yourself.
Just used what I was given on this one, the Titan was actually a spare card out of my personal rig haha, GPUs are hard to get hold of atm
I mean at the end of the day I'm still a dude in a shed lol
I use a Nikon Z6 w/ Tamron 24-70 F2.8 + Nikon Micronikkor 105mm F.28 Macro + Samyang 50mm T1.5 with a Lee circular polariser
250 hours in that time is rough haha
Thank you very much!
I had 2 1/2 weeks to design everything, make the parts and assemble it all. Was a little bit mental as a time frame haha