Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Y.G Casemod, 15 Jan 2019.
I think I'd swap those radiators out for single-pass versions. That connection is torture.
You’re doing a good job
Here are the dedicated cables.
Nanobot Series (26 cm) with cablecombs in chrome anodised aluminum.
Colors: Titanium Gray / Fire red.
1 X 24 pin ATX (5 cablecombs).
2 X 8 pin VGA (5 cablecombs aluminum 16 pin monoblock).
2 X 8 pin EPS 12 V (3 cablecombs aluminum 16 pin monoblock).
Exposition stand by Salvo Politino (Hayate 89).
The monstrous Asus Strix RTX 2080 arrived, the terrible little sister of the 2080 TI.
Incredible card with an extremely aggressive design and performances that need no introduction as Asus has accustomed us to it.
A big thank you to ASUS Republic of Gamers for providing the sample as a sponsor, for the great support and trust placed in the project and in me (Big Thanks).
MB: Asus Maximus Extreme XI.
CPU: Intel Core I9 9900 K.
WB CPU: Bykski CPU-XPR-A-MC-V2.
RAM: ADATA Spectrix D41 Titanium Red 32 GB 3600 Mhz.
M.2: ADATA SX 8200 Pro 512 GB.
The combination of the very bad D41 ADATA with the wb (to which I replaced the 4 black countersunk washers with those in red ergal) and the exposed M.2 SX 8200 Pro on the Extreme XI is simply spectacular.
Also completed the side deflectors composed of 4 parts, 2 primary deflectors and 2 secondary that will go in place of the tempered glass.
The ADATA sponsor cover has also been completed and will go to the back of the pump support module.
In practice only the reservoir is missing that will arrive in a couple of days, and once the support is finished we proceed to the final assembly.
Torque it's one of my favourite PC cases and you did an amazing job! Congrats!
We begin to see the true appearance of this monster.
Here is the summary video of step 3 which includes all the processing steps in sequence.
Make yourself comfortable and have a good vision.
The reservoir block has also been completed.
After completing the support with the backlit ROG logo, I assembled all the parts.
Barrow's Boxfish is spectacular, also equipped with a built-in liquid temperature sensor and adressable RGB LEDs.
In the photos the sequence of the realization of the whole.
Now we proceed to the final assembly.
We proceed to the final assembly of the custom loop.
Work far from simple, here we must come out crazy given the complexity of the loop.
In the various photos we will see the sequence of this first part.
Then there will be the last update and from there shortly the last video of the working phases with step 4.
We're almost there, and once the mod is finished I'll start to prepare it as usual for the video and the final photos.
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