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Project: Baby Blue

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Hey folks I'm back for another ITX build log,
Many of you may not know me because I'm pretty new around these parts.
Anyways my previous build was an air cooled Parvum Systems X1.0 that was actually the second personal build I had ever done for myself. My first ever personal build being a Watercooled Parvum Systems S1.0 in which I recently parted out to a buddy of mine to get him started on his very first watercooled system. I will have a short and sweet build log up for that within the next few days.
Onto the good stuff regarding this new build of mine, I realized shortly after building my X1.0 that air cooling was not a good option for me being on water for over a year and the switching to a smaller machine on air was just a very bad decision on my behalf. So anyways I ended up buying a new case. This case and had basically just swapped over gear from my Parvum while I got ready to start this project. I needed to wait for next generation gpus to drop so I knew what I would end up working with. Please note this build will not be short. It will be drawn out over a long period of time due to funds currently but I want to get a lot of the case modding done ASAP. So before I actually full on announce the case of choice here I am going to leave you with a little teaser photo of some painting that I have already done.
15 points to the person that can guess where this front panel cover comes from. aa58fd42a1828cd02140545807a1820f.jpg
Anyways right now the plan is to go with an asrock z97 itx motherboard to go with the blue color scheme I'm aiming for paired with an Intel i5 4690k ram is still undetermined although it won't much matter I don't believe after Ek's heat spreaders end up on it a Amd fury x and Ek blocks all around and a darkside radiator to cool all of my components. Due to the size of the case and what I want the end result to look like temperatures may not be super amazingly awesome and honestly as long as they are even slightly better than on air. I don't really mind much I'm more so aiming for a less noisy machine than what I'm currently dealing with.
Anyways thanks for dropping in and hope you enjoy this journey as much as I'm hoping to!



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Anyways the announcement many of you may have been curious about. The case of choice! 8c3165b10708c302829ca648447f0096.jpg it's an ncase m1!


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