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post #21 of 160
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So I did a little cable modding to the pump I will be using. I wanted to all give you a look at what I did. I will be taking it out of its original shell and installing it in my Bitspower DDC TOP Water Tank Integrated Kit 100. Its EK-DDC Heatsink Housing will also be integrated to make it look so sick. Any feed back on how I did with the cabling and the pump installation please don't hesitate to let me know. I also picked up to 2x 80MM Noctua -R8 1800 PWM Fans for the lower compartment of the case to keep things cool. Will have those tomorrow to show you what they will look like.








Enjoy smile.gif

P.S Only 3 more days till BH7 release I am like a kid on Christmas biggrin.gif
post #22 of 160
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Hey Everyone

Here is a sneak peak at the motherboard and the Noctua R8 Fans. Please feel free to ask question if you have any. I am considering changing the memory. It really does not catch the eye as much as I thought... if you all have any suggestions please feel free to drop me a line. I am looking for speed and performance in the memory and at least 32 GB biggrin.gif






Enjoy smile.gif

P.S Also if your curious what keyboard that is its a Corsair K70 RGB speed switch. I am using it currently as my daily driver till I build my custom one which is another project once I am done with this build lol smile.gif
Edited by Rdoxey - 6/8/16 at 11:15am
post #23 of 160
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Hi Everyone,

Quick update so I ended up getting rid of Crucial Ballistix Sport LT (4 X 4GB ) DDR4-2400 and gave it to a friend of mine since he needed DDR4. As a result I was able to snag one of the new Trident Z Color kits the following is what I order and once it comes in will have pics up to share with everyone. Its speed and size exactly what I need and should make White Raptor pop some more. Here are the specs of the memory: G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Model F4-3200C16Q-32GTZSW
post #24 of 160
Out of curiosity where did you buy the new Trident Z colour RAM ? I've been looking everywhere can't find any retailer selling it, I'm in the UK but I'd import it if I have to smile.gif
post #25 of 160
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At this time the only place that sells it online is Newegg. Its the best place to go for new releases for items from Computex 2016. They are usually the ones that carry it first before other vendors out there.

Hope this helps and sub to watch my build come to life.
post #26 of 160
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Originally Posted by Rdoxey View Post

At this time the only place that sells it online is Newegg. Its the best place to go for new releases for items from Computex 2016. They are usually the ones that carry it first before other vendors out there.

Hope this helps and sub to watch my build come to life.

Aha, Newegg are the only place that have them in stock as you say however, they won't ship internationally on them frown.gif Looks like I'll have to wait even longer until someone else gets stock. It's been over a month since their announcement, curious just how long it's going to take for them to get into stock in other parts of the world.
post #27 of 160
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Yeah well hang in there... you might want to check out NCIX Canada they might ship internationally but its worth a check.

Hope it helps
post #28 of 160
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Hi Everyone,

So a special delivery finally arrived this morning and here is the new pics of the memory and also what it will looks like on the motherboard. Have to admit it does give it more pop already. Way to go G. Skill thumb.gif


post #29 of 160
The color on the memory is a nice accent. With all the custom colors on components coming out lately and RGB LEDs on everything, I wonder how far away we are from being able to order custom colored PCB's on mobo and GPUs?
post #30 of 160
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I would agree with you fully its only a matter of time... I know at Computex this year one of Paul's Hardware videos that he did showcase Galax white PCB m.2 drives and along with u.2 which look crazy and the speeds were cool too. Its only a matter of time and when they decide to release it to the public. But we could see it sooner then we think if all goes well and if there is enough demand made by the community.




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Edited by Rdoxey - 6/15/16 at 9:01am
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