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Hey guys,
Recently my FX 8350 died so I got a 6700k. So I decided to make a new thread dedicated to my build here in the Intel subforum. Currently the build isn't done anymore. I ran out of rigid tubing and decided to go back to soft since when I had AMD a lot of people complained that my bends look 'scary' and as much as I hate to say it, I agree. So since my new board has white heatsinks and my old color scheme was blue I ordered some white soft tubing and will keep the fluid and fan rings blue. The sleeved cables already had white wires in them ( I was originally going with a white case ), but there is something wrong with the 24 pin extension so when I'll get some money I'll buy a new one. But the cables that came with my PSU are black so it doesn't look that bad at the moment. Basically it kept disconnecting me from the internet and making my games stutter every minute or so. Sounds weird but removing the 24 pin extension fixed that. The new tubing should arrive in 2 weeks. Oh and also I ordered a 240 EK rad since my single Alphacool 480 isn't cutting it anymore. I used to have a 560 but the pump wasn't strong enough and it barely fit in the case so I removed it, and will keep it as a spare part until I find a use for it tongue.gif. Also I will ad more storage later this year, upgrade to 32GB of ram and next year a Pascal GPU. So here are the specs.

Corsair 900D
i7 6700k @ 4.6GHz
GTX 980 Ti @ 1450/7100
Corsair Vengeance 16GB 3000MHz DDR4
Samsung 850 Evo 250GB
Intel 535 120GB
Corsair RM850i 80+ Gold
TP-Link Wifi card

Watercooling/Show off pieces specs:

EK Supremacy Evo Acetal + Nickel
EK FC-Titan X Acetal + Nickel
Alphacool NexXxos XT45 480
EK CoolStream SE 240
D5 with EK X Top
Primochill white 16/10 Soft tubing.
EK 16/10 Nickel compression Fittings
x3 EK 45* Adapters
EK Res X3 250
Bitspower Drain Valve
Icemodz custom Cables
Icemodz Sata sleeve & Heatshrink

Acer XB280HK 4K Monitor G-Sync 28"
Cooler Master CM Storm Mech Keyboard
Asus ROG Gladius Mouse
ASUS ROG Whetstone Mosue Pad
Cheap speakers from 200

The build now:

The build when it was AMD

pcpp link:

Thanks for reading!