"Every man builds his world in his own image. He has the power to choose, but no power to escape the necessity of choice." -Ayn Rand. Take that to heart and you'll learn and grow in this life. This build had a lot of work. I think it was near 200 hours to complete and more physical labor than I'm used too. My family and I run a small Sawmill and logging company and I do woodworking, gaming and PC building as hobbies. Woodworking is not a simple task. I also had a time limit, I needed to complete this before the 1080Ti launch and although I didn't quite make that mark I'm pleased with the results. I worked diligently every evening and weekend for several weeks to do this upgrade. it was no simpleton's task I assure you. I probably wasted some lumber learning angles, fitting things etc. so I omitted some of the lumber from the case portion. The desk portion is omitted altogether.
Had a lot of space challenges with this build. Had to install the wires before the radiators, had to build the case around the parts. I designed it in my head and adjusted as needed. Few overnight orders at the end to square things away. Certainly wasn't simple doing some of the bends as close as they are and passing through an inch of lumber is different than 1/16" of steel. Had to not only be careful with parts but also with scratching the Lumber. I wish I had a C & C Machine as it certainly would have sped up the build. I do like the hand made touch though. Hope you all enjoy it as much as I do.
M.2 - Totally worth it, can't believe I see transfers in Gigabytes and not Gigabits
1080Tis - No voltage control and locked bios = low overclocks
Rog GSync Ultrawide - I used to have 3xGSync 16 X 9 but it just wasn't worth it in my opinion. Seemed like extra work to get things going and the compatibility was never there. Maybe one day. Still hoping someone builds a 32 X 9 GSync one day. I'll be on that as fast as possible.