Great build my friend. Love that your tubing does more than just go from point A to point B. This is the type of stuff I want to do when I can afford to.
Again, great job. Feature well deserved!
This is a work of art! I'm speachless
Three not so serious questions about the Jack:
- Drunken build?
- Alternative water coolant?
- Cat repellent?
Great looking build. Having the AIO tubing go under the 24 pin and the USB 3 cable is such a simplistic, but great cable management option. Don't know why I ever thought of that!
My first reaction: "Whoa....what is that?" Awesome build my friend.
I cannot express how much I love this build. Amazing job.
Great build! You're making me want to spend a lot of money that I shouldn't....
I love that your desktop background is a picture of the Star Wars figurine inside your build, lol. Great build my friend.
Awesome build! I started drooling at the color of your cooling liquid. It's my favorite color on cars and looks amazing here too. And water cooled RAM?!?! Hardly ever see that. Very nice my friend.
Mother of god....This is probably the best build I have ever seen on this website. Great job my friend!
Nice build! Was this the ending for completing your build in under 3 hours??
Holy mackerel that is a great looking build. Whenever I build a custom loop, I'm having you supervise.
That doesn't really surprise me. When I was at UPS, you had to go fast. So properly handling packages wasn't always top priority. Or the ever present jam on the conveyor belts so stuff was falling off the sides.
Great update! Looks much better without all of those fittings.
When I first saw the quarter, I mistook it for an Xbox as well. Thought he gutted a Xbox and used that for the case.
Great looking build. Super clean with a lot of attention to detail. It's already been said, but you deserve a feature for this.
Holy cable management Batman!
Seriously though, amazing job with this build. Probably the best back panel cable management I've ever seen.
Super clean build. Looks great. How much extra performance do you get with that Fanta? :P
Great build. I appreciate the time to make sure the cables are perfectly straight with your cable combs.
No problem. I'd imagine the compatibility filter didn't catch it bc most mobo manufacturers still claim that 1.5V memory is supported. But that'll eventually fry your CPU and nobody wants that.
Someone else can correct me if I'm wrong, but DDR3 memory that runs at 1.5 volts will eventually damage a Skylake CPU. Supposed to use DDR3L or DDR4. Something you may want to look into.
Great build! +1
How well does the PSU breath in there? Do you keep it open while in use? Don't see any ventilation around it.
Great looking build, great quality pictures. Good job my friend.
Nice addition with the storm trooper. Didn't notice he was in there until you took off the windowed panel.
Are you looking to sleeve yourself or buy a set? EVGA has sets on their website, but you need to make sure you buy ones that fit your PSU. Otherwise you can always go to a website like mainframecustom.com