Took me about 2 months to plan and 3 days to put it together.
Great build, cool looking box and one of the best water cooling I see, great parts selection. How do you like the acrylic tube? You did great my friend.
Nice build my friend. How do like that water cooler? Thinking of adding it to my rig. Great job.
Yes, I did take a big risk but with a little practice did help. Used very good masking tape to prevent the paint from bleeding. Thanks again.
Thank you for the comment.
Very nice and cool setup my friend. Love your water cooling work, I may borrow some of your design if you don't mind.
Yeah 4K is next my friend.
Thanks man, it sure feel good to know that you can accomplish thing that you didn't think you can.
Thanks dude, your setup is quite impressive as well.
Great first time build dude, good job and enjoy it. Doesn't it feel good after you see what you've done :)
Yes indeed, I'm enjoying and proud of this baby. Thank you for reminding me ;)
Thanks man, your build is absolutely great as well.
Thanks for the kind words my friend. I like your setup as well.
Thanks dude, I like your rig as well. How is your OCed on that CPU, staying stable at the rate?
Thanks man, how do you like your BenQ monitor thus far?
Thanks dude, love your water-cooling design. Great job.
How do you like those Asus VS239H-P 23.0" monitors? Want to add them to my build. Check out my build and see if I did it right.
Great build my friend.
Cool, I will look out for that build. BTW, I've learned a lot from your builds.
Great build my friend, I have the same box but white. How do like the side fan? does it get loud?
Very nice build and great camera work. Please keep up the great work that you always do.
Very nice work indeed.
Yes, I thought about that for a long time but went ahead and paint them anyway. Thanks for the tip.
I sprayed paint the box but you really want to use good masking tape so it won't bleed.
Thank you sir.
Nice rig my friend. I see your CPU temp with under load is quite impressive, great job.
Thanks buddy, I have 3 of the BenQ XL2420TE 144Hz on order and can't wait to see them in action.
For the acrylic the cost is about $15 and the LED is a bit more expensive because I have my own lighting system that only uses this type of LED but you can get 5 meters of the LED light strip for $20 on Amazon or ebay.
Great start my friend and good luck. Love that case but I need the Bluray drive so the case won't work for me. Here is my build:
Here you go:
It's about $8.50 from Amazon and make sure you use it with 5 volt only. It may take a little long to get it here from China.
Actually, the LED lighting strip is a different type of LED that I have in mind to work with my own lighting system for the rig. Thanks for the suggestion.
Thanks, I build that black hole from scratch using 1/8 acrylic sheet with one-way mirror in front side and mirrored on back side with LED 1812 in between, it gives you the infinity illusion. The lighting system can also be activated by sound or music or you can set up different mode of lighting effects. I will post the actual image of the lighting system (in the 5.25 bay) later.
Thank you for all the kind words and suggestions. Just want to share my work to the site that I learned from. Can't wait for the my next project, it will be amazing, working on the voice recognition system next.
Of course we all made choices that we have to live with and to tell the truth the 760s are working just fine for me and I'm the one have to live with it. I don't make any assumptions or judgments to other people work until I walk in their shoes. My intention here is not to outdone or outsmart anyone but to share my work and experience to people that appreciate the work. Thank you for your time and comments.
Nice build dude.
Roger that, thanks again man.
Thanks dude and yes indeed she is expensive but she's worth every penny of it (for now - LOL).
Sorry to hear that. I'm sure you will build another one if the opportunity is available. Hang in there man.
I used Rust-Oleum paint+primer gloss white (for plastic).
Yes I did and tested on an old GPU first and it seems to working okay.
Thanks for the comments and advises. Still more work to be done but I better stop for now before my wife and kids kill me ;)
Great looking box my friend.
Thanks, took a while to come up with the color scheme and take time to paint it. Still have paint spots all over on my hands - LOL
Yes, next upgrade will be the GTX 780TI when I get more mula :)
Thanks for the comment. Hope I didn't kill it too much.
Very nice first build dude, just finished build my nephew new rig and now I want to build one of my own. My part list is almost identical as yours. Great that the wife is happy with it too, it isn't easy for the ladies to understand our needs. I guess you're lucky. Great job.