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TekRed

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About TekRed

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    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Japan
  • Occupation
    Graphic Design Student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Threadripper 1950x
  • Motherboard
    X399 Asus ROG Zenith Extreme
  • RAM
    G.Skill Tridentz RGB ddr4 32gb 3200
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix gtx 1080
  • Case
    In Win 303c
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo M.2 250gb x3........
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNova G1+ 850 modular
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator Z35 Ultrawide
  • Cooling
    Bitspower custom loop
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Thank you so much! It was a really fun build and I wanted to do a Tuf Gaming build for quite some time. And yes the white shroud you have complete freedom of design, the msi 1050ti I was kind of limited, I do have a gtx 970, saphire rx580 and a gtx 1060 6gb Gigabyte gaming I could use but I went with the 1050ti
  2. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    First ever youtube video is up! Not the greatest but hopefully they will get better lol still learning the video business https://youtu.be/d1IOU8zSlWg
  3. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Thank you.... Yeah that would look awesome! That white shroud makes such a great slate to start. If you do the build make a build log, would love to see it.
  4. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Thank you, and the parts I'm sure you could find on Amazon or maybe second hand through eBay. As for the backplate I made it. And the gpu is mounted on the second because of the cooler, it would fit but covered up the backplate lol. So it's really for looks not functionality
  5. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    I was originally going to use the Ryzen 5 2600, or Ryzen 3 1300x in this build however neither have arrived yet and so being impatient I grabbed the 2600x off the shelf. Will probably swap it out later, or swap out the graphics card as the 2600x will be bottle necked by the 1050ti that's going in this build. Cooling the 2600x is the Coolermaster Masterair M410M pictured in earlier post. The memory is Teamgroups Team Force Vuclan Tuf edition ram 16gb @3200mhz. The fans are Arctic BioniX F120 case fans. The Build is pretty much completed and I will be taking final photos as soon as I find a nice location. Will be editing the video as soon as my main rig is back together, anyway hope you like the build and thanks for looking
  6. TekRed

    [Build log] Darth Maul - MSI, NZXT, EKWB

    Really diggin the GeIL memory
  7. TekRed

    [Build log] Darth Maul - MSI, NZXT, EKWB

    Oh this will be nice
  8. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Ok so I wanted to incorporate some red on the motherboard and while I loved the look of the IO shield I knew it could be better. The reason I wanted res on the motherboard was because the gpu has red in it as well as the fans Arctic is sending. Just trying to tie everything together as far as the color scheme. Sorry but all I have are cell phone pics but here is the steps I took to get the look I wanted. First I sand it down and wipe it down with alcohol then spray the base coat of yellow. Then I take black paint hold it far away and mist it to give it a speckled look which once the black top coat is applied it'll look roughed up to make it look.... Well tuf lol Then I apply the decals I made for the designs I want to be yellow and then spray the next layer of red using the same technique with the black Then apply the decals I want for the red parts, then apply the top coat of black Then once that is dry I carefully remove all the vinyl decals Didn't really like how my logo came out so I printed a new one in white and placed over the one I had painted. Then I applied a few coats of clear. Pretty happy with the results
  9. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Update two Motherboard- Asus Tuf B450-Plus Gaming. I decided to go with the 450 over the 470 as there wasn't much difference in performance. Everything looked almost identical. The VRAM looks a bit weak on these boards ironically lol giving the TUF name I wish the board looked a little more tough but over all I really like the looks and cant wait to try it out.
  10. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Thank you, really wish I could've put a 1060 or 1070 in it though. I still might before the build is over the way the used market is looking lol. If you like the way that motherboard looked just wait till you see this one
  11. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Thank you....Me too, and was super excited when InWin asked me if I wanted to do a build in the 101 Tuf, I couldn't say no
  12. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    I guess we will find out lol.....
  13. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    First Update The MSI card just wasn't fitting with the Tuf gaming theme, but its the only other card I had on hand so time to make it work Before the transformation Disassembly Freshly coated Heatsink with High Temp enamel and baked to cure Card Reassembled Backplate Test Fit with vinyl stencils Backplate Completed I think it turned out well and really goes with the Tuf Gaming theme well, Let me know what you guys think?
  14. TekRed

    Defyant PC.. It's still cool,to Air Cool !

    Man this is just too cool. very good job with this scratch build! would be cool if you made this case to sell, like a DIY case that you have to assemble yourself
  15. TekRed

    [Build Log] Project TUF

    Hello All, Its time for a new project. This build will be air cooled to showcase the CoolerMaster Masterair MA410M Tuf edition cooler. This project is being sponsored by InWin, Coolermaster, and Arctic. There wont be any case modding for this build as I want to keep everything with the tuf gaming theme. InWin has supplied the 101 Tuf edition chassis as well as their premium 650w psu gold rated. Arctic is also sending 6 of their bionix 120mm fans in red to help with this build. The CPU is not yet decided but will probably be a ryzen 5 1500x. The Graphics Card I will be using is the MSI 1050ti gaming 4gb card as I had it on hand and didn't want to buy a new card for this build. It was red and black as are most MSI cards so I modified it with a new paint job as well as a custom back plate. This build log is a work in progress to follow along if you want to see more and thank you. Hardware CPU Ryzen (Undecided) RAM Team Group T-Force Vulcan Tuf Edition 16gb @3200mhz MOBO Asus TUF B-450 Plus Gaming GPU MSI 1050ti (Tuf Edition ) Cooler CoolerMaster Masterair MA410M Tuf Edition Case Fans Arctic BioniX 120mm Red Case InWin 101c Tuf Edition PSU InWin PL 650W RGB Gold Rated storage 240gb Kingston ssd and 1tb hdd (salvaged from another build) A few things (the cpu in the photo is a Ryzen 5 2600x for another build)
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