Case Mod - In Progress Loaded Bullet

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  1. TechMaxTV

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    Welcome to the worklog for my "Loaded Bullet" project.

    The name is program, the build will be compact with lots of computing power.
    Since I started to unlike these giant PCs on my desk I thought I’d start a new project!
    This time there will also be something under my desk happening (some cooling).

    Since I finally got a 4K monitor there is, of course, only one solution called NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti. Of course in SLI!
    As I want to keep the PC compact, I chose to use a Caselabs Case from the Bullet series and the cooling will go outside the case (under my table).
    As storage there’ll only be SSDs so everything stays quiet. For the fans I’m going to use Noctua this time.


    CPU - Intel i9-7900X @???GHz
    Mainboard - ASRock Fatal1ty X299 Professional Gaming i9
    RAM - Apacer BLADE FIRE 3000MHz 32GB
    GPU - 2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
    SSD - Samsung 960 Pro 1TB
    SSD - Samsung 960 Evo 1TB
    SSD - Apacer AS2280 M.2 480GB
    SSD - Apacer AS330 480GB
    PSU - SeaSonic Prime 1200W Platinum
    Case - Caselabs Bullet BH8
    Fans - 13x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC 2000 PWM
    Fans - 2x Noctua NF-F14 iPPC 2000 PWM
    Controller- Aquaero 6 LT
    Watercooling- Bitspower
    Cable- Cablemod
    Lighting- Cablemod​
     
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    Most of the parts are still missing, anyways im testing the stuff i already have!

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    I once again got a small care package for my project from Bitspower. :)


    As you can see, I will use Matt Black fittings this time.

    As heat exchangers I’m going for 3x 480mm radiators.

    This time I’m going to try out DDC pumps, two pumps for a good flowing rate! :)


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    Some fans have arrived, this time i thoght lets give the Noctua iPPC a try because of their clean desgin and the hopefully outstanding performance!
    In the pictures, of course, not all can be seen. : D

    Since I have not yet decided 100% for a color scheme, i got some red and black edges what do you think? Red or black?

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    nice selection for the case.
     
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    Thanks man!
     

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