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duality92

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About duality92

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    Member
  • Birthday 1989-03-29

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Québec, Canada
  • Occupation
    Review team manager, Case Mod Editor and Artisan at Overclock.net

System

  • CPU
    i7 7700K (Silicon Lottery bin)
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z270MX Gaming 5
  • RAM
    ADATA XPG Dazzle 3000/16 4*8GB
  • GPU
    MSI R9 290X Lightning (EKWB FC block)
  • Case
    Case Labs SM5
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 256GB, ADATA SP900 m.2 256GB, Seagate 4TB 2.5"
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime Titanium 650W
  • Display(s)
    Dell (forget the model, but it's old)
  • Cooling
    Monsoon hardline loop and MMRS with EK XE and PE rads
  • Keyboard
    G.Skill KM570 RGB (MX brown), Ducky Shine 3 (MX green), Nixeus Moda Pro (Kailh Brown), Nixeus Moda v2 (Kailh Brown)
  • Mouse
    Razer DeathAdder, 2 * Nixeus Revel (white and black)
  • Sound
    Simple Audio Listen
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro x64

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  1. Ran out of distilled, actually filled it yesterday before dinner lol and it's for eventual SLI.
  2. Hey guys, this is one of my builds for CES this year, both for Aorus, but here's the first one :) Thermaltake View 71 Modded (Removed parts, cable tucked, painted window, some vinyl work, shaved front I/O, etc.) Thermaltake 1200W ARGB 32GB Ram RGB Aorus RTX 2080 Super Aorus Xtreme Waterblock SSD Aorus 1TB PCIE 4.0, NVME (Copper heatsink model, de-heatsinked) Thermaltake watercooling with PETG 16/12 and CPU/GPU in parallel CableMod power and power LED along with PCIE screws Fans are 140mm Riing Trio
  3. I made a review of the Team Group Night Hawk RAM, see it here : https://bit.ly/2mpuBZE
  4. Laptop LCD built into the frame instead of the stock 15" TFT. Looks much crisper than that stock display and will serve well as a secondary display
  5. Happy to announce this project will be in collaboration with HDPlex with one of their 400 DC-ATX Hi-Fi power supplies along with a power brick to power it as well as Gigabyte who will be supplying a Z370N-Wifi motherboard and GTX 1070 Mini OC!
  6. So here's the case in all it's glory, it's an Eclipse 1500C Point Of Sales (also called POS), gives you the reason why I choose the name too! These pictures are after a good bath there was so much dust in there, it needed to go for a dishwasher cycle! pictures are with the monitor disassembled, it was a touch screen TFT 15" monitor, which I won't be using.
  7. All of it is titlable and between 90° and 180°
  8. Pretty Obtuse Sleeper HARDWARE CPU : Intel i5 8600K with Fanless Phanteks PH-TC12LS Motherboard : Gigabyte Z370N-Wifi RAM : Team Group Nighthawk White 2*8GB 3600/18 SSD : Crucial MX200 500GB m.2 GPU : Gigabyte GTX 1070 Mini OC with Li-Heat 30cm B-type riser and 3D Printed mount PSU : HDPlex 400W HiFi DC-ATX with brick Monitor : 15.6" 1366*768 built in with HP Pavillion 32q 2560*1440 IPS external Case : Eclipse 1500C
  9. So here are the final pictures Not 100% happy with how things turned out to be honest, so there will definetly be a Verticality II eventually!
  10. First batch of final pictures, M4 screws for cables holders remain waiting on them to arrive, long lead time though.
  11. The power delivery and initial power filtering for the EPS. There's also heatsinks for both top m.2. Gaming 7 Pro Regular Gaming 7
  12. not really, it was a very limited run, but it seems that Gigabyte might've changed their minds and will be putting this motherboard in production for retail, from a different, but reliable source. I don't know much more, but from my last conversation with the reps, it won't go retail.
  13. So today I got a few things done. I test fitted my 3D printed side combs to keep the cables in check (keep in mind, these screws are only temporary!). I replaced the stock rubber standoffs that the HighSpeedPC.com test bench come with, with regular standoffs for a more permanent solution. I installed the MNPCTech custom aluminium machined feet with alternate position for the radiator side, I have either symetrical for the test bench itself or I have offset to help with the uneven weight of the vertical pedastal type setup I have.
  14. So here's my motherboard, it's a unicorn, so don't try googling it Even @LinusTech doesn't have one MOSFETs - ??? 27B 73AX Capacitors - http://www.cooperindustries.com/content/dam/public/bussmann/Electronics/Resources/product-datasheets/BUS_Elx_DS_4407_FP0906_Series.pdf 0906R1 R15 31PH17F
  15. So ends up, I will be using these custom machined aluminum feet,https://mnpctech.com/pc-computer-stereo-desktop-case-feet/technics-turntable-replacement-custom-feet/
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