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Reverence


Acknowledgements

@Jeffinslaw, creator of Project mATX
@She loved E, creator of Compact Splash, the project that inspired Jeffinslaw
@Aibohphobia co-founder of Kimera Industries and creator of Cerberus
https://www.ncases.com/

Component List
  • Gigabyte Z170MX Gaming 5
  • Intel 6700K
  • GTX 960 4GB
  • 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz RAM
  • Custom Sleeved Seasonic G-750 PSU
  • Samsung 950 Pro 256GB M.2 SSD
  • Samsung 750/850 Evo 250GB 2.5" SSD (RAID 0)
  • EKWB Waterloop for GPU
  • Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler
  • Noctua NF-F12 LTT Edition Fans (All Linus branding will be hidden)
  • Noctua NF-F12 PPC Industrial 2000RPM Fan (Used for Seasonic G-750)

Timeline
2016

1st of March: After weeks of research, waiting and deliberating I decided to make a pledge for the Cerberus
5th of March: The unlikelihood of the Cerberus coming to fruition and limited run led to me reserving a Project mATX case
7th of March: Created Reverence: A Project mATX build log
8th of March: Completed ordering process for Project mATX
24th of March: Ordered Some LLT Edition Noctua NF-F12s and a red Chromax kit
9th of April: Received Project mATX case in the post, after some minor issues with USPS Tracking
23rd of April: Bought 16GB Corsair LPX DDR4 and some tools from element14 Australia to help with sleeving the Seasonic G-750
24th of April: Ordered the CPU Cooler, PSU, Noctua PPC Fan, Chromax mounting bolts and RAM
25th of April: Bought Intel 6700K
3rd of May: Bought Samsung 950 Pro 256GB
May: Bought GTX960 4GB, fine for 1080p Gaming
July: Sleeved Seasonic G-750, fans and SATA cables



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Edited by Oxazebam - 7/26/16 at 9:19pm
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Sub smile.gif post a component list or some ideas for the build!

-Jeffinslaw
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Looking forward to seeing some progress!

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I have updated the build log with some images of the progress I have made so far.
I will update the post again as I receive and install more of my goodies.
I can't wait to delve into more of the nitty gritty stuff like water cooling and PSU sleeving.
I also have something pretty cool to finish the build off with, it isn't a new idea, but I don't want to divulge too much information before I do the mod. Stay Tuned.
I'd love to hear some opinions and thoughts on the build, constructive criticism is always welcome!
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wow
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Yo dudes, I've since landed a new job and I seldom have time to myself let alone build.
I will continue to upgrade the build but it will be slow going.
On the plus side I'll have more money for cooler parts and bling bling tiredsmiley.gif
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