I have since taken it apart and sold most of the components. Thanks for your interest though!
Thanks for the kind works, really do appreciate it.
It was an enjoyable car but I do not have it anymore. Have a 370z instead.
Very kind words, thank you
Computer is no longer together but if I recall it was less than 30 seconds
clear acrylic tubing with blue pastel dye in the water. performancepc's is where I bought most of the stuff
You do, being excessive for the sake of aesthetics.
Thanks Mr. Popcorn
Painfully. But doable
They are 2x EK-Coolstream Rads. The PC is out at trade shows so I don't have the current temps, but it isn't overclocked so it's within normal
Thanks. Rads are tucked away on the inside of the two bottom sections. only 1x120mm for each side
BRZ was a joy to drive though
370z! handles just as nice but faster!
I no longer have it! 370z now
I wish it was, although when milk heats up and goes sour....that i dont want to imagine
This one does not
It was :)
Aesthetics. Looked better and was more able to get each side to be symmetrical and stay in place.
Thank you Sharet
Thank you very much!
Just responded to your message, feel free to ask whatever
It was a struggle to fit it all, it really was. Cable management was necessary
I had to provide all watercooling parts plus a couple odds and ends. If you add that up from the price list.....ouch
Just because it's not made for it doesn't mean you can't make it happen !
DAMN SOMEONE NOTICED
begins to clap faster, +1
:) You can't take my EVH 2x12 or the ENGL Fireball 100. Also the Axe FX II is mine too. No taking!
I feel bad for you mate. I would be so frustrated by the cost of things there. Although I'd love to visit. It's on my list of top 5 to visit.
You can find info here: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/YXyknQ
Started working on it before the 1070 came out by a couple weeks. I was waiting on the 1070 but it was out of stock, and no news from the waterblock manufacturers of when those would come out so I had to make the call to get a 970. Although the mods itself doesn't look too extensive they involved a lot of planning because of how the case goes together and how it is since it's such a unique shape. I made a killer custom GPU backplate out of 3 layers of acrylic before I realized I'm an idiot because you wouldn't see it....So I'm saving it for my next build. Also on the inside I had to make a custom mount for a reservoir and drills various holes and pass throughs.
Caught me ;)
True, unless you drain it. Although I don't plan on upgrading anything for a while and if I had to upgrade the CPU or GPU I would have to drain it anyway so it'll work out.
I am! Now I have both! Will sell this one though
Even the girls are digging computers builds now? And here I thought my girlfriend was crazy for saying it was cool
oh stop it you
I upvoted your comment before I read it
Wow thanks for the comment. I appreciate you taking the time to write all of that!
Spending a lot of time preplanning.....being clean is usually my goal so I prioritize it. I could have done dual loops more easily if I wasn't deadset on making them symmetrical on either side but it had to be done for visuals
I did attempt to sell but still have it! It's going strong.