What software are you running to monitor and show the temps on that screen?
How did you get the lighting on the ROG logo? im assuming that you used some kind of frosting agent on the glass.
Interesting cable routing for the CPU power. did you want to do that to show off the cable? I ask because there is a cu out that comes from the bottom of the PSU shroud and above the motherboard.
How are the temperatures?
COME ON!! I still havent gotten over your 303 build and now your showing off again! This just isnt fair! I need the time for my water cooling build. lol
Thats great to hear as ive already order one and was kinda worried. Unfortunately it take like 3 weeks to get in. ugh
OK. well it isnt that exact one because its out of stock. I found one similar on Ali express after tons of looking.
I am also about to water cool my Inwin 303 and bought one of those vertical GPU mounts with 4 vertical slots (i think like your). Is there enough room to SLI on that vertical mount?
Amazing cable management in the back! I can only hope that I can get my cables to look the same. (ones I have the money to water cool my build that is)
How did you do the colored outline?
Looks great! I was thinking about doing the same thing but my MoBo has some of the same monitoring connections (i.e. the temp sensors and flow sensors) so I think it would be cheaper for me to use those.
How is the aquaro? easy to use?
Where did you end up putting the Aquaero?
P.S. Im slowly doing the same to my 303. I have all the parts right now running on air. just waiting for the money and time so that I can change it over to water!
How do you do that??
If you are just using de-ionized water in that loop be careful. Because it is de-ionized it loves to takes its missing ions from the metals in the loop which can lead to corrosion and build up. There are clear corrosion inhibitors that you can add in to the loop to prevent that. :)
Where did you get the decals? Did you make them yourself?
I love the documentation of the project but be careful as you put your license plate online.... Maybe take that down?
I am jealous of the dedication for this build it is AMAZING!
What is making you change to the server version from the enterprise? just curious.
Your right. Its way to hard to try and get the vinyl down there and it does look good
OOooo I see now. You didnt wrap the punch in parts of the honey comb. Interesting. I think I am going to try and wrap those supports and see how that goes. Ill keep you posted if you want on how it goes.
So its 6 months later and im finally about to wrap my 303 and was hoping for some advice. When you wrapped the back panel did you apply the primer to the depressed parts, then apply the wrap and then cut the slits in the wrap from the inside of the panel using an exacto knife?
Love that Sigularity computers parts are being used! love those parts
So I do not know if you addressed this in your description but I believe your coolant connection from your GPU blocks is wrong. The outlet from the bottom GPU isnt connected correctly.
I believe your ram is in the wrong positions... for 4 sticks isnt it supposed to be 2 on each side since x99 does 4 way ram support?
Ok well it wasnt the official Asus but still
Also congrats on getting tweeted by Asus!
Again, Love the build.
you should make it into a PSU cover! and move the PSU to where the micro universe is so it is still front and center
Sorry for all the questions but I just noticed you put a 420 on top. what did you have to do to do that??? the larger radiator looks so much better up there. Im only asking so much because I have a 303 only 3 ft from me. I just have to finish deciding on the parts and the water cooling parts.
Also, what is the AMD made of? a sticker? frosted glass?
Meaning it was their idea and you didn't know what they were thinking? Or just routing the tubes in general?
That routing is so unique, clean, and cool. Im going to have to take some inspiration from that when I do mine.
How did you fit the 140mm fans? did you drill or is there enough extra space for the bottom screws to fit?
Can you show the back of the top compartment? I would love to see how you did the tubing at the top!
This build is beautiful. I love the monitor adapter. so clean and creative.
Nice desk upgrade. Love the wood
BEAUTIFUL! what about an SLI bridge?? I noticed you didnt have one and I believe they help with most operations (Coming from a guy withou sli)
I wish that you could post videos on here because I would love to see the filling of this loop. I watch thous videos on repeat.
lol ya..... now for motherboards.... ugh lol
... Your not helping you point lol. Looks great though!
How's the streaming performance? I ask because Im wanting to get into it but cant decide between the 6700k/7700k and an 6800k...
There are those that just post one picture of their pc... There are those that post a few... AND THEN THERE IS YOU!!! who posts 80 pictures. I mean I cant say that the community doesnt appreciate it but come on man!!! 80?? lol
Nice build too!
Thank you! sorry I didnt see this the first time!
I LOVE IT! I am of the same mind set. Why have all that space if nothing is there? now the budget is another story... I don't have that...
Also I love your writing. I read your whole review and you kept me here the whole time. Loved it all!
Not as of this moment but Asus Aura can control them for now. Other board partners are coming in the future along with Tridents software.
I am a sucker for some asus parts
If you want a card close to the 1070 performance the R9 Fury is still a very competitive card. Right now i see it on Newegg for $250 which is amazing since that is about a 1060 price for performance almost at the 1070 level. If you want to know more about that here is a video about it.
Unless you are planning to overclock you can change the CPU, Motherboard and cpu cooler out. You can also go for an 80+ bronze power supply too.
Can you upload a picture of the back where the tubes all meet? thous pictures always interest me! Love the lines
What you are probably feeling is the negative pressure that is in the case pulling air into your case because all your fans are pushing the air out. With a build like yours, im sure that it isnt easy to flip the fans around so its totally fine to leave them its just a note for the future. You could also flip the top and back fan instead if thats easier. Just a thought