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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 02:27 PM - Thread Starter
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[Sponsored] Project 1% Dual System in InWin 928

Was amped for this case since I saw the vids from CES. Luckily I got the email notification on the premature launch of the case so I was able to get one. Knowing that it's limited to 10-15 units in the entire US made me feel even better about it.

Goal of this build is to combine my workstation/playstation and hypervisor into 1 chasis. Everything will looped. Not sure if I want to use colored brass tubing yet or painted acrylic tubing. All runs will go to a custom distro that has other elements built in to work with the build.

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Inwin 928

System #1
X299 Rampage Omega - Sponored
7980XE
128GB Gskill Trident DDR4
2x 2080ti Asus Strix
3x 1tb NVME
1300 ROG THOR PSU - Sponsored

System #2
Z290 Strix ITX
9900k
2x 32 Trident DC RGB
2x Nvme on board
Asus Hypercard V2 with 4x NVME - Sponsored
850 ROG THOR PSU - Sponsored


All watercooling components sponsored and supported by Bitspower

Lots of custom sleeving - will hate my life

Colors: Blue and dark chrome
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Pics of the case.
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That case.

May I ask what "hypervisor" is in this context? From what I understand, the platform with more cores and RAM is a better choice for a VM host? What are the tasks exactly for both machines other than gaming on the X299 rig?

I'm asking because I'm also rethinking my rig setup with VM and thin clients in mind, and this build looks like a move in that direction. Thanks for the input!

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That case.

May I ask what "hypervisor" is in this context? From what I understand, the platform with more cores and RAM is a better choice for a VM host? What are the tasks exactly for both machines other than gaming on the X299 rig?

I'm asking because I'm also rethinking my rig setup with VM and thin clients in mind, and this build looks like a move in that direction. Thanks for the input!
My main rig I like to still have a regular desktop experience with and I am a sli user so I need the extra lanes for SLI. So my regular desktop usage would not be ideal for vdi. I do have a fairly large virtualized setup on my main machine in hyperv. Oh yeah I am also not inclined to be dailying a server os. Also, I do not keep my main system on 24/7. My hypervisor however is as it runs services for other things in the home. I will be using the double stacked dimms for the atx board. So it will 64gb even though its on itx. I do have an matx x299 board that by current measurements may or may not work as a replacement for that z390 system. Since I am elevating that 2nd board from the main backplate in the case, it may work just fine. I won't know till I get started making that plate. I currently got the z390 itx which I didn't have before and I am waiting on a ramapge omega to be delivered. I would prefer to keep the overall asus look but tbh if I can make the matx x299 carbon work I really don't care to keep the branding.
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Mounted both motherboards. Cut up an aluminum inwin batmat as the plate for the other system. Decided to do 4x nvme instead to the 9900k system. I dont really need the video i need storage on it more than anything else.
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Subbed. This looks very interesting!

The case is gorgeous



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Motherboard
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GPU
2x EVGA 2080Ti XC Gaming
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G.Skill TridentZ Royal 32GB 3600 16-16-16-36
Hard Drive
Intel Optane SSD 480GB
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 EVO 2TB
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2x Seagate Iron Wolf Pro 12TB
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EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2
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Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 Radiators 4x 560mm + 2x 280mm
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Subbed. This looks very interesting!

The case is gorgeous
Thank you.

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Got the sleeving in. Will have to survive the struggle of making cables from scratch.
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Unboxed some stuff that came in today! Thanks to my awesome supporters Asus and Bitspower. Detailed pics to come!
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Photo dump. Not a pro photographer so be easy. Made do with some ikea table pieces haha.

Coming from a rampage extreme vi, I felt the omega was priced a bit high considering its a just a revision. However, where as the extreme used a lot of plastic covers, I noticed the omega is all aluminum.
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