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me need a date of this NA release, please tongue.gif

We are looking at early to mid May for the North American region.
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post #322 of 355
found number 1 :O Ebay Listing for No 1
post #323 of 355
Hello everybody, I come from France and I am new on this forum.

Fascinated by beautiful cases, I separated from my Thermaltake level 10 last year to take me In Win S Frame!

The project is to watercooling it with a light mod.

For it I waits for the new components which are going to go out during year 2016.smile.gif

My gaming setup:

ASUS Rampage III extreme
INTEL I7 970 socket 1366
CORSAIR 1600mhz (12Go)
ASUS SLI Gtx 780 DirectCU 2
CORSAIR AX 860i modulaire
SSD SAMSUNG 128 Go





More pictures comming soon thumb.gif
Edited by thomasoulier07 - 5/11/16 at 10:18am
post #324 of 355
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Build:
i5-6600K 4.7 Ghz 1.4V
Asus Maximus VIII Formula
4x 8 GB Team Xtreem DDR4 3466 Mhz Ram
3x 120 GB Samsung EVO 850 Raid 0
2x Geforce GTX 1080 FE
EVGA Supernova 1600 Watt T2 PSU

Watercooling Setup
EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM
2x EK-FC1080 GTX Acetal+Nickel Full Cover Waterblock
2x EK-FC1080 GTX Black Backplate
EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot
XSPC RX360 Radiator
XSPC Raystorm Waterblock V3
XSPC Black Chrome Fittings
XSPC Black FLX Tubing
3x Noctua NF-F12 PWM Fans

I went for a black/gray/red color scheme so most of my purchasing decisions were the result of that. The Maximus VIII Formula has a nice built in copper water channel that made the most sense in terms of tube routing than a Strix X99 with a monoblock. I chose the 6600K instead of the 6700K because of decreased power draw and thermals both at idle and at load. The difference was just too big to warrant the extra threads in my opinion. The 1600 Watt PSU is definitely overkill but I got it for $200 and it's titanium rated so I just couldn't pass that up. I can probably run the system at load and it would still be passive. The ram was chosen because it was solid black with no logos or lettering at the top of the sticks. It was surprisingly hard to find ones like that. The hard drives were leftover from another build and are still going strong and the GTX 1080s are overclocked to about 2150 Mhz and run at 40-42C at load.

Overall, it's been crazy building this computer but I love it and it should last years. It's virtually silent when idle and at load there's just some gentle fan noise. Temps are amazing and the components + case are beautiful to look at.

I hope you've liked this build! Let me know what you think.
post #325 of 355
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Very Nice willdeng.

I would like to add more owners to the list but since the update I can't edit the OP.
I will message a mod about it.
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post #326 of 355
Hello willdeng!

Welcome and very nice build!!
Where are you come from?

->2 GTX 1080 <3, i hate you! lol

Have you got some pictures of your cable management on the back of your S-frame?
post #327 of 355
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Originally Posted by thomasoulier07 View Post

Hello willdeng!

Welcome and very nice build!!
Where are you come from?

->2 GTX 1080 <3, i hate you! lol

Have you got some pictures of your cable management on the back of your S-frame?

I'm from Seattle smile.gif

I haven't done any cable management and I have a feeling I won't because the back side is facing the wall so no one will look there biggrin.gif
post #328 of 355
What's the easiest way to change the color of S-Frame? I want to mod mine to white/gold, any suggestions?
Edited by fewness - 6/24/16 at 11:03am
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What's the easiest way to change the color of S-Frame? I want to mod mine to white/gold, any suggestions?

Powdercoat or Plastidip
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post #330 of 355
Had a lot of fun with this rig for the last 8 months. Now it's time to sell those Titan X's.









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