Originally Posted by srsparky32;14277997
looks awesome. nice job.
Originally Posted by Thedark1337;14278007
i love the all black motherboard. although i wish the green was a little darker
Suppose it depends on your taste
Although I was seriously considering the camo green from MDPC but I had bought this stuff long before it was released.
Originally Posted by srsparky32;14278023
i disagree, the neon green is neat.
im a little jelly to be honesty
i still need to sleeve my power supply and still need to do my own personal mod to my 690 II.
Originally Posted by jacobthellamer;14278080
Coming along nicely
That green sleeve looks incredible with the UD3!
I know right! Black and green looks so gooooood
Originally Posted by nzftw;14278734
Love it, the details on the ram dimms go perfect with the mobo heat sinks.
Come on AMD every one is waiting. what happened to the june release date anyway
EDIT: sorry if this is a silly question....How do those fans stay in place? double sided tape or something?
I'm not sure yet haha. I didn't realise that the mounting mechanism would prevent them from being screwed onto the radiator
Will probably use black insulation tape to stick them down and create a seal where they touch the rad.
Originally Posted by ronnin426850;14279098
OP, sorry to bother, but you picked the wrong fans
Those ACs blow as much air to the side, as they do to the back. I have one of them as case back exhaust, causes as much problems as it solves
I'll test them out. I've got 2 other fans which are the exact same specs (made by AC too) but they have the sides around them. Once I get this all put together I'll try both sets of fans and see what the temps are like. If the difference is negligible I'll keep these
Originally Posted by Dilyn;14279665
1) BEAUTIFUL cuts on the back there. It looks great.
2) Best looking AMD motherboard I've ever seen. Gigabyte does it right
I have always hated the AMD socket. Looks so ugly. On this board, I can't really tell as easily.
Thanks! I'm so glad Gigabyte have made some nice AMD motherboards that don't burn an enormous hole in the wallet!
Originally Posted by jackeyjoe;14280353
I concur. Out of interest, what sleeving is that(MDPC-X?)? Also, seems I might be disassembling my case soon, I'm gonna have to try to fit a RX360 in it(if that fails, external mounting). Any ideas?
I would say with a bit of modding, you could possibly fit a 360 in the top? Hard to say really
Originally Posted by nitrousoxide10;14280849
Damn! That looks amazing! Very nice choice! Now I want to update my Gigabyte motherboard even more.
Again, very nice work!
Originally Posted by shnur;14287818
Originally Posted by sweffymo;14287821
I like it.
Originally Posted by Samurai Batgirl;14287922
If someone doesn't, they should just get out. Now.
Originally Posted by fr0st.;14289901
Dat green sleeving.
Originally Posted by Conner;14291191
I underestimated the sexyness of the Gigabyte motherboard. I am buying it today/tomm. and thread makes me want it moar and moar.
Sexy board is sexy! You can see why I couldn't resist getting one haha
Originally Posted by tombom;14291284
This is a beautiful build. Can't wait to see how you're gonna set up the water cooling. Coolermaster cases are a personal favorite :3
Thanks so much
The res will be mounted horizontally at the top of the case, leading off to the pump which will be hidden in the 5.25" bays. I'll drill a hole in the bottom of drive bay cage to allow the tube going to the rad to pass through. Final loop order will be res->pump->rad->gpu->cpu. It's the cleanest possible loop I could think of.