Nope, just clear acrylic.
Yeah, it is insane to see how fast it goes currently. Competition is great for the market!
Check out my youtube, and you might change your mind :P
I believe I am just Hans Peder Sahl on instagram :)
Looks like you wont have to:D And thanks!
As wolf said below, take a look on my facebook page if you want to see some work in progress pictures :)
Yeah, it really sucked. I saw the 32 gb kit being on the supported list for the mobo, so thought that 64 would Work as well. Oh well...
Haha thanks man, but there is always the slight chance of missing something when posting for the first time on a new platform. I have often been reccomended PCPP but have never gotten around to posting my builds here before now. I am in the process of posting the rest of my builds, but it will take a while LOL
Patience, determination and a wild imagination :P
Thanks man! And I did not take it in a bad way at all:D
I took some existing EK pumps, and just incoorporated them into my design for the custom made distro block. Check my youtube to see how I make those:D
Heavily modified OpenBenchTable BC1.
What more do you want? The only extra things are some EK fittings, and ZRT tubing, and then a bunch of custom made stuff. I made all the cables from scratch with material from pexon-pcs, and designed the acrylic part myself as well.
Could not get it to boot with 64 gb :(
I am actually already in the process of building a new one :P
I just put in the prices I could find. The parts are sponsored, so I just threw in some high-end gear :P
Thanks a million man. Comments like this makes it all worth it.
All of the components are sponsored by the various companies (amd, asus, corsair, ek), so I could use my money on making the custom stuff.
Please check out my youtube channel, I got lots of other builds like this:D I made the channels so they would fit existing length o-rings.
I thought about it, and actually had some cool ones ordered, but I decided against it, as the hoses are so tight on the barb, and the angle they are in means that they will never snap off.
I just took a price I could find online. I actually did not pay for any of the parts, as they where sponsored for this build. I just paid for all materials for the custom stuff.
I got an external radiator setup. But I can actually also run it with just the "radiators" on the GPU's if I disable SLI so only one card is active. Not with splendid temps though, but it works.
Thanks! I am using the Panasonic GH5, with a leica 2.8-4.0f 12-60 mm lense. You can find full 4K pics here: https://imgur.com/a/HoiU8