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post #41 of 50
Hi LordEvan,

How has this rig been working out for you? Have you been using this rig? Any quirks?

Zlaayer
post #42 of 50
Hi LordEvan,

How has this rig been working out for you? Any quirks?

Zlaayer
post #43 of 50
Thread Starter 
It's rock stable with cpu OC of 4.6ghz and gpu OC of 1450 mhz on titan x maxwell. I tried pushing cpu to 4.8 ghz, it was fine most of the time but I saw no appreciable improvement in frame rate.

One quirk of the case I notice is the middle fins of the case do vibrate some time. It goes away if I put some foam in between the fins. The psu is not the quietest compared to seasonic 1200w and corsair ax 1500w, but those are though to beat.
post #44 of 50
Your build specs say you did custom sleeving with Teleios sleeves. Apparently Lutro0 is out of business and MAINFrame Customs offers Teleios extensions, but not custom lengths. Did you do your own sleeving? I've looked it up and it seems like a huge pain in the ass.
post #45 of 50
Thread Starter 
I haven't been following but if Lutro0 is out of business that's unfortunate. He was a legend in sleeving.

MY cables were custom. And yes it was a pain in the ass. It was my first time doing custom cable, and cable management for this build took about 20 hrs. if I knew what I was doing and was proficient at it, I estimate that time can be reduced down to 6 to 10 hrs.

Cable management is very time consuming, but it makes the build. Technology goes obsolete, but craftsmanship is eternal. My second foray into custom cable took just as long due to space limitations.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/4443/rog-yacht-htpc

With things like this you are always looking for a new challenge.
post #46 of 50
Thread Starter 
I haven't been following but if Lutro0 is out of business that's unfortunate. He was a legend in sleeving.

MY cables were custom. And yes it was a pain in the ass. It was my first time doing custom cable, and cable management for this build took about 20 hrs. if I knew what I was doing and was proficient at it, I estimate that time can be reduced down to 6 to 10 hrs.

Cable management is very time consuming, but it makes the build. Technology goes obsolete, but craftsmanship is eternal. My second foray into custom cable took just as long due to space limitations.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/4443/rog-yacht-htpc


With things like this you are always looking for a new challenge.
post #47 of 50
Alright I guess I will do my own sleeving then. I'm not really in a rush to make this build as I am waiting for a few components to be released (I want an EVGA GTX 1080 Ti Hydro Copper). If you have any words of wisdom from your sleeving experience I'd love to be privy to it.

Have you ever used Bitspower True Brass fittings? Performance PCs emailed me back and told me that I can place a special order for whatever parts I need. I like the idea of making a fire service inspired theme (I'm a San Francisco firefighter). Brass fittings and chrome pipe seems appealing to me. I don't want a ton of color. More of a timeless classy look that is contrasted by the H Frame 2.0's modern, clean appearance.

I just got the H Frame 2.0 in the mail. Took me forever to pull the trigger and get one. I saw they were sold out at NewEgg and my friend lives near a MicroCenter that had pretty much the last one available in the states. So I had him pick it up for me. It seems like a collector's piece so I didn't want to miss out even though it's ridiculously expensive.

Any chance we could exchange contact information? I'd like to be able to pick your brain. Where are you located?
post #48 of 50
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Originally Posted by Lordevan83 View Post

Frozencpu.com has bitspower true brass. If you know what parts, performance-pcs.com will special order them for you too.

With the h frame 2.0, I'm making cables first. The cables aren't very well designed. There is this thing:



It's how the mid panel LED are powered and controlled. Pretty ugly. I'm going to just use a molex instead and sacrifice the ability to adjust LED brightness.

I've got the same ugly thing with my tou. does the small 5 pin plug have a name? I want to sleeve my cables but i also want to keep the led buttons.mad.gif
post #49 of 50
Thread Starter 
did u get the tour 2.0? I was thinking about getting that when I get back
post #50 of 50
Yeah posted a quick build log here, anyway my custom sleeve guy is going to try and wire the led controller plug into my custom 24 pin cable. thumb.gif
you should pick up a tou 2.0 its a really beautiful case
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