Originally Posted by SystemTech
Wow that looks really cool. Milk coolant
Good job. Cant wait to see all the lighting as well.
I was extremely happy with out it turned out. When I had the clear DI water in there it made me a little nervous because I honestly didn't like the way it looked and I was worried it would carry over when I flushed and then added the EK White coolant. It looks amazing IMO.
Originally Posted by The_Parrot
Looking awesome. Yea I was a little bit worried when my turned up it's a monster...
Thanks! And yeah, I didn't realize how big it was until I got it in my room and was trying to find a spot for it!
Well, I'm done! Got everything finished up this weekend and installed the O/S and was even able to game a little. This thing is not only a physical beast, but it's a gaming beast as well. I'm so happy that it held up to my expectations.
Now to find some sweet ray tracing games to test out.
Here are some pics I was able to take before my attention turned to just playing with the PC.
The first is of me finally getting a place for it in my crowded room. As you can tell this thing takes up some space, but at least it fit perfectly on my former night stand. I gave it enough room around the edges so that I can take advantage of being able to turn it freely when I need to gain access to the rear of the case (already has proven it's worth several times during the initial setup). Nothing hooked up in the first pic, just me getting it placed. And yeah, I forgot to weigh this monster, but it's freaking crazy heavy lol
The second is of it powered up and me messing with the RGB lighting, I went for orange to start with but it looked horrible, donno why RGB orange looks so bad, but meh... I do like the green as well. Also, not very pleased with the RGB ring fans I have on my radiators. I'm not sure if it's because I have them sharing an RGB signal from the MB or if they're just meh as-is, but they just seem like they're starting to die an early death? I don't know how else to describe it. I'm going to keep messing with them to see if I can fix the issue, maybe give them their own RGB header straight off the MB. For now, they're turned off (at least they have that feature), if that doesn't fix it I might have to end up replacing them.
In the next pic I was able to get my desk straightened out and then snap a shot of all the pretty extras I've been waiting to get going with this new system.
I only had taken these three before getting so wrapped up with installing the O/S and checking out a few of my games that I forgot to take some more final shots for ya'll. I'll take and throw up some more pics tonight when I get home. I've decided to forgo the glass panels, as I like it open like it is now. I'm thinking there might be a few small cosmetic things I'll be updating in the next week or so, but for the most part this thing is done.