Wow awesome build and excellent phtotos man. This has got to be one of the Cleanest Builds on PCPP. If you ever upgrade I would sugggest getting a CPU that can handle more PCI-E lanes like am i7- 5830K or an i7-6850K since you are using 3 of your PCI-E lands. Love all your part Choices +1
This looks to be the first Pascal Titan X build on PCPP, with not one but two. Good build man, you are one lucky guy to be gaming with that power in college. Also loved the story in your description about when you first encountered PC gaming. Same thing with me, I can never go back to console after PC gaming. +1
Takes off sunglasses
Crushes them in fist
THE FIRE STRIKE SCORE IS OVER NINE (teen) THOUSEAND.
no but really awesome build man, I think its safe to say we are all jealous.
First of all, Awesome build man, looks incredible. Secondly, What UI are you using? IT looks super cool with the hardware monitor on the right and all your games in one place. Please let me know.
Yea! Now it should be running as cool as it looks. Nice build man
Your exhaust fan is on backwards. It should be sucking out the hot air that your CPU cooler is sending that way. Right now they are pushing air at each other which is really inefficient.
Why you no show 70in 4K TV????
Really want to do a Node 202 build now. Great job man. also +1 for the G.O.T. reference.
Never been a fa of Cooler master cases, but I really like the build you put in this one. I might get this case to replace my Corsair 450D. Very clean build man. +1
+1 for Monica Lewinsky around Bill Clintons Leg
How are those new COrsair ML 120s working out?
How does that RX480 handle gaming on the Predator?
Great Build though, the cleanest RX480 build ive seen. +1
+1 for that monoblock!
Nah fam its pretty easy if you have a custom mountain dew loop in a Doritos case.
Awesome build. I bet those two Zotac cards take up a lot of room (If im not mistake they are both 3-slot cards) , but they run cool.
Awesome part choices, and awesome cable managment. Also good thinking on waiting for vega. An RX480 shoud suffice just fine, then you can upgrade to that HBM2 when Vega is released.
You should put an X34 Preditor between those XB27s, then the set up will be sitting as pretty as the build. +1 for that parallel tubing
One of the cleanest mini ITX builds ive seen. Good job
That is one powerful build. Love to see that all the rads are exhausting, if you have some good intake fans I bet those rads get nice cool air. +1 for doing a unique build. Enjoy that maxed 4K 60fps.
I think the fans on yours radiator are upside down, might want those pushing air through the rad. +1 for the monster CPU, please post more pics.
Please post more pics and post description. Very curious to see how they perform. +1 anyways for the dual RX 480s
Nice man! What stress temps do you get with that cooler and the delidded i7. I want to delid mine but scared ill ruin it. Ill prabably wait a year so that way if i mess up ill have an excuse to upgrade
+1 for being a white carbon wrap wizard. Gorgeous build.
Great Build man. That cryorig CPU cooler looks BA. What kind of temps do you get with it? might consider getting one!
$90 for the Brotherhood of Steel figure. cringe
+1 for that spreadsheet.
Sorry I should have also loaded Sarcasm.exe, it was a joke.
I dig the car you have as your wallpaper. Is it a toyota camero?
Thats an awesome build. You should add the two original case fans to the base of the case. I did this in my case where I basically took out my hard drive, ziptied it in the disc drive area (since no one uses disc drives) then i was able to mount two 120mm fans to bring cool air up to my SLI 970s and my top 120mm RAD. Took 3C of my GPU temps and like 4C off my CPU temps. Love the Be Quiet Build, and always good to see another diablo player.
This build just made me want to do a Mini ITX build, awesome build man. +1
I bet the case stayed dust free for so long because you also have made positive pressure with atleast 3 intake fans (that i can see) and one exhaust. Cool build, I just wish I could get my GF into PC gaming.
Nice build. Thats a lot of power in a mid tower. Just add some aftermarket fans like some corsair AF120 and it will looks hella clean, and yea get the MSI LED SLI Bridge to accent those 1080s. Awesome build mayne!
Thats awesome that you went in knowing what you wanted, and then built it. Awesome build man. Only thing I would add is maybe some RGB fans for somthing to go with your Hue+.
Cant imagine a Hyperthreaded 10-core running at 4.6GHz, must tear through everything you throw at it. Cant wait to see what it looks like with the two 1080s. Good build man. Also what monitor(s) are you going to be using? I mean when those 1080s get here you'll have enough power to run 3 Predator X34s. (Please do some overkill monitor setup too)
Definetaly post pics once you got those surround 4K monitors up and going. And i know you cant get new cables with your PSU but maybe get a corsair AX1200 or somthing with custom sleeves. That would get the build looking super clean. But other than that great build man. Cant wait to see the 1080tis's either. Enjoy that 6950X!
+1 for the RX 480. This is the 2nd RX480 build on PCPP
Any tips on how to get my GF into PC gaming?
This is definitely going to get featured. Great job man, looks like it was a lot of work, but the final product looks great. Good job man
And it came with a backplate. +1
THE FIRST RX 480 BUILD!
Shout out to Rooster Teeth
I love that desk setup, good job betting the battle station looking clean. Also Where did you get the backplate for the 970? I need to get a couple.
Looks great, you should post some more internal pics so we can see your full loop and rads and stuff.
+1 for that monoblock on the CPU
Awesome build man. Im running two MSI GTX 970s right now and might pic up a 3rd now that I saw this. My temps would be higher buy your little fan trick should help a lot. Do you plug each monitor into a different card or have all of them in one card?
Good, just wouldnt want that PC to get hurt. :) It is just a newborn afterall
and it also works well because if one loop fails you dont have to strip the whole system, and just replace that one loop.
Dude put the screws in that mount the GPU to the case or else the weight of the card will warp or break your PCIE slot, thus ruining your motherboard.