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[SPONSORED] "Monarch" project

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Hello friends, "Monarch" project is finished, this is scratch build!
Thank you everyone who support my work, see you in next project smile.gif

With this project I'm competing at this year's "Cooler Master WS 20017" contest.

http://community.coolermaster.com/topic/22030-monarch-project/

FINAL photos on page 9, enjoy!!!

Hardware:

Intel I7 6700K
Gigabyte AORUS Z270X - Gaiming 9
Kingston Predator DDR4 4x4Gb 2400Mhz CL12
Intel SSD Series5 240Gb RAID0
Sapphire Radeon RX480 CF
CM V1200 Platinum
EKWB watercooling components for all system

Thank you sponsors and everyone who support my work!
Edited by neSSa - 4/30/17 at 4:09pm
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Thank you very much sponsors for their support, the project is designed like "open-case" concept, this sketch you can imagine in which direction the project will go smile.gif




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let's start with creating smile.gif


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Today I introduce MB Gigabyte Z270X-Gaming9 AORUS smile.gif








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GPUs smile.gif





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Create front mask smile.gif



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APC has helped me in making this project, PM6U is a high quality product, also has two 5V adapter i will be very helpful in working with Arduino etc. We all know how important it is to have a quality Surge Protection. Thank you very much! smile.gif



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EKWB water cooling parts have arrived, thank you again! biggrin.gif


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My gift for you, AORUS wallpaper 2k smile.gif

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