Praise.... just praise....
Truly unique - Looking great!
Bet that Guinness hit the spot after building a that sweet machine!
Looking superb = very nice work!
Absolutely amazing. Love the build. Love the desk.
Thanks for the pics!
Very nice build - and that case has turned out amazing!
Very nice PC my friend no questions there...
But that desk looks incredible = more photos plz.
"Just another red & black build"
Don't forget you've got some grey in there too with that coolant + custom cables.
Very nice. The hammock under your desk has me curious?
Awesome. Love the purple S340.
Man that looks impressive
Nice looking build too.
Really amazing looking configuration inside that case....& my goodness that screen!!! soooo nice!
Those are some nice parts you got there. 1TB on that SSD would be a dream!
Wow. That mobo power cable truly is something to behold! This is superb = great job.
"Wife approved" - the most complicated part of any build!
Looks superb - Great Job.
Approximately how many fps are you getting per trooper?
So many good memories... wanted the HAF X so bad back in the day... never had the money or space...
Mmm... super smart. Inverting the mobo giving you all that extra + much needed space. I like your brain.
Thanks for sharing.
This is just brilliant.
Love those temp screens built into the loops.
Wow. Superb build.
& that GPU support looks great. Love it.
Think I can see a spot where you could put another rad...
Actually no = my bad :)
Love this - nice work.
Wow. Some really amazing custom details going on here.
Love it. Nice work.
So wrong > but so right.
This build confirms it. Freaking nice work buddy.
Those cables have come up very nice. Looks heaps better with the x52. Great build.
You certainly know how to bend my friend.
Just feel like its missing something....
Nope. Love it.
Looking great! "Big ups" from down under. Pccasegear.com is another great au site that has zip money. Always found the guys there to be really helpful.
Just superb. What an amazing machine.
Can't believe the C14 fits in there! Nice work with that ihs - certainly got me thinking...
Really impressive build.
I just tried to get in and the bouncer said "no"...
Dream list of parts looking very nice!
Just love this. All very nice, but for me the 'Ha Ha Ha Ha's" on the PSU shroud make it. Well done & have fun.
That's no moon... it's a space station very nice looking build!
I need to stop for a moment to think about how this is even possible.
I'm seeing it... & I just can't believe it!
Very nice setup there. Build looks really great. Have fun.
"Built to eat up every game that comes its way for the next few years at least."
I think it looks hungry.
Looks great + very nice photography. Thanks for sharing.
Crazy bends. Great job.
Amazing looking / performing system. Those GPU's are something to behold. A real collector's item.
Can't believe your wife knows you so well she could choose you the perfect case!!! Soul mates for sure.
This is really superb. Just love it.
Some really 'specialist' parts you've got there.
Actually really appreciate the first 12 pics (no RGB).
Temp paranoia is real huh?
Very nice machine you got there.
A cultural & technological masterpiece. This really is something special.
Love it. Epic Sandy Bridge build.
What frequency do you have that CPU beast running at?
Some really impressive details with this build. Great work.
Were you tempted to make a strand or 2 red for the cable mod colour scheme? Too much maybe?
Looks awesome. Love the economical usage of the tubing.
Looking great. It's hard to argue with the H7's cooling performance for the price - They work like magic! Guessing the Freesync screen is from when you had the RX 480?
This is all kinds of amazing. Well done!
Epic Daddy / Daughter build. That nail polish is getting little close for my liking... but girls just wanna have fun right?
Oh man I just love this. Great work. I love the whole 360 degree viewing of the cylinder.
Is it a little tricky to get to all your ports on IO panel?
I take your point about hiding the cables & bits around the back. Could you create an 'insert' out of a flexible plastic material (like the stuff used on the cover of a display folder) to fashion the equivalent of a 'semi-cylindrical' PSU shroud? Slide in and cut holes where required? Meh, sure your creative mind could come up with better.