Upgrade of Hooligan to a larger Meshify S2 case, upgraded RAM, and more than double the cooling capacity of fans and rads. Marbled Vinyl wrap on interior of case (PSU Shroud, and the back plate where reservoirs can mount) as well as on the GPU top. Fan shrouds and exterior of radiators modified and painted white, to catch additional light inside the case.

Since initial build, have upgraded to Ryzen 9 3900X processor. With a BIOS update it is functional, if a bit finnicky about bios changes, and sometimes booting. But hitting the reset button is usually enough to get it into windows, when it's acting up. With time, I'm confident this will improve. Edit: After some time, it's actually improved, though i've not done any big updates to the BIOS myself yet. Ryzen master has been effective at overclocking for me. Been able to get a stable constant 4.4GHZ across all cores.

Later upgrades will include perhaps a new graphics card, in time.

No case window display this time (yet).

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  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

If the Athenians built PC's they would have used their finest marble to do so. Since they did not yours gives us an idea what they would have come up with. Good job, +1. Actually, quite unique/novel as well, so another +1

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Thank you very much! I was inspired by a similar idea someone had posted to Reddit a while ago, of marbling the interior. I was already planning a white vinyl wrap, and just swapped over to marble instead.

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Looks amazing! Well done! I hate the fact that you spent that much money and you're having to have to find things to be "finicky". Everthing should be flawless! At least that's my opinion. AMD should make up for this somehow. I second what DrLitch said about the marble! Lol awesome! I need to find out more about reddit PC building. Is it a thread or something?

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Interestingly, it's improved over time, (still hangs up when booting once in a while) even without doing any more bios updates (yet). Ryzen master is working really well for doing overclocking without getting into the Bios, and it's performing REALLY well.

I'm glad it stands out and looks good!

AS for PC building on Reddit, I dont know of any specific subs for building in general, but spread across a few, you'll probably find things inspirational or helpful. I often look through r/battlestations, r/pcmods, r/watercooling. There's lots more, im sure.