Custom water cooled loop info to follow. I finished this back in April 2015, but never posted about it.
That is so awesome!
That setup looks insanely cool.
Couldn't help but read your title backwards. Fan of BTnH? +1
The Shining: http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa110/bucket53/Redrum2-1.jpg
Reealy cool build man but please , please remove this pink stycker on the HDD
Actually that is an old 2TB drive. I have since upgraded to a 4TB...and no pink sticker...lol.
I've seen that case built in before and I always love how they turn out! +1
Thanks. It's a really great case.
Why isin't this feature and or hasnt gotten more votes? I mean its an older gen but damn thats a sexy *** case with a sexy *** loop. FEAUTURE IT!
It seems like most 4670k can only reach 4.2Ghz , kinda sad since ur custom water cooling it.
Thanks! My CPU seems more stable at 4.2Ghz. I have got it up to 4.4Ghz, but I get random crashes.
Same, I got mine up to 4.5Ghz but I would get random crashes.
I'm thinking about swapping out for an i7 and doing a rebuild for that overpriced Oculus rift.
Wait for AMD Zen before you upgrade for the Oculus Rift.
That case is so amazing, It is such a unique and cool looking chassis.
Thanks. It sure is. I leave the window off so I can get a better view of the internals.
great build. Being plan using the In win d frame to have a similar build. I have one question: It seems the water cooling system will eat up at least two SSD, HDD place. I saw you HDD at the top. Where do you put you SSD? Kinda worried about that myself.
Thanks!! There's a spot on the back of the motherboard tray to mount two 2.5" drives.
I'll be selling my house next week ad moving. After that, I will be parting out this build and moving on to my next project!!
Where did you mount your ssd?
On the back of the case. There's mounting holes for 2.5" drives. I just reversed where they usually go.