Final Specs with Vendor List and a Big Thank You!
Not one item in this build was sponsored or even discounted. Each component of this build was selected because it was either what I considered to be the finest available, or that I liked aesthetically the most to fit this build.
Here is a list of all the companies, and their products that I used in this build in alphabetical order:
Aquaero 6 XT
Aquaero 6 LT
2x D5 Pumps with USB and Aquabus interface
2x Aqualis XT 880ml Reservoirs with Nano Coating, Fill Level Sensor and Aquaubus interface
Flow sensor high flow USB
Farbwerk USB Bluetooth RGB Controller
6x Splitty9 fan splitters
Hubby7 USB splitter
Ramage VI Extreme Motherboard
Dual D5 Mod Top Acrylic - Polished
2 x Bitspower D5 Mod Kit - Chrome plated
2x HDD Acrylic waterblocks – Polished
Intel 900P SSD waterblock
Fittings - Silver Shining
Acrylic 16mm hard tubing
THW10 Case with Custom Illusion Red Powder Coating
30x EK Vardar F3-140ER fans with custom painted fan blades
2 x EK Vardar F4-120ER fans with custom painted fan blades
2x RTX 2080 Ti XC Gaming Video Cards with +112 core and +1040 memory overclock
Modded 4 slot NVLink bridge
SuperNOVA 1600 T2 Power Supply
TridentZ Royal 32GB 3600 16-16-16-36 Memory
4x Black Ice SR2 560mm
2x Black Ice SR2 280mm
Skylake X Core i9-7900X CPU Silicon Lottery delidded 4.7 bin with 24/7 Overclock profile of 4.8 GHz @ 1.25 vcore & Benchmark Overclock profile of 5.0 GHz
480 GB Optane SSD 900P for OS and programs - water cooled
Sleeving, wire, terminals and connectors
850 EVO 2 TB SSD for games
2x Iron Wolf Pro 12 TB Helium filled Hard Drives for mass storage - water cooled
Heatkiller IV Pro Acrylic Nickel HWLuxx edition CPU waterblock
Heatkiller Acrylic Nickel VRM waterblock
2x Heatkiller IV Acrylic Nickel GPU waterblocks with chrome plated backplates
Local Shops used:
– Custom Powder Coating
Valley Plating - Chrome Plating
Joe’s Glass – Tempered glass windows
A Big Thank You!
I want to give a big thank you to the top 10 posters on this build log. You all helped make it more fun and entertaining for me! In the order of most posts:
I also want to thank these two Hardware Reps here on OCN that were both very helpful and responsive when I needed it. Both companies make what I consider some of the finest water cooling components on the planet!
Finally as I mentioned in the opening post thank you to
and his Big Budget Boomer Box
build for the inspiration for this build. I hope that this “Devastator”
build will also inspire others to create something awesome.
I never kept track of how many hours I spent on this build, but I would guess that it’s well over 400 hours, and I probably spent as much or more time on this build log!
I recently copied all of my posts to keep a record of all of my work just in case something happens to this web site because you never know what might happen in the future.
Not counting the posts where I was just answering questions or replying to comments, I have made 138 update posts, with over 47,000 words and shared 1,380 images so far in this build log. While my picture folder for this build contains 4,132 images, and I deleted many of the obviously bad ones before even importing them into my build folder!
I do have at least one more update coming which will be a suite of game benchmarks with the “Devastator”
finally in place in my office.
It’s been great fun