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Project AXE-R [scratch build]

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Phenomenal work guys. Really amazing! :) 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Project is finished! Enjoy :)
 
 
 
 Two years ago today, AXE-R was project was initially conceived as a drawing, and today, it was finalized into the state-of-the-art full-aluminium chassis, combining the latest technology and the stunning hexagonal design.
  
 AXE-R is divided into two sections - the cooling segment and the hardware section. The cooling segment is also divided in two loops, for CPU and GPU, which greatly enhances the performance efficiency of the components. This time, with the help from my brother Nemanja, and my friend Dušan, such a vast project was so much easier to take on, whilst providing handbrushed aluminium, as well as the nickel in the fittings, waterblocks, and much more to achieve the Premium look. The AXE-R case posesses an Arduino unit that measures the humidity and temperature, during which it's programmed to open the lid and circulate air throughout the chassis, should the overheating of the components occur. Therefore, we can say that AXE-R, regardless of the latest hardware that's implemented, is a true smart case.
 
Hardware which I've used in this project is:
 
Case: Custom AXE-R case by neSSa 
CPU: AMD Treadripper 1950x
RAM: ADATA XPG 8x8Gb DDR4 RGB
SSD: XPG SX8000 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 
MB: Gigabyte AORUS X399 Gaming 7
GPU:  Gigabyte Vega 64 CF
PSU: Cooler Master V1200 Platinum and CM 120 AP RGB fans
Cooling: EKWB full custom dual-loop water cooling system
 
Thank you all for support!
 
BR neSSa :)
 
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Looks amazing nessa! BTW what size is that monitor lol I have a 35" but that looks much larger than mine

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, TekRed said:

Looks amazing nessa! BTW what size is that monitor lol I have a 35" but that looks much larger than mine

Thank you, monitor is Samsung 49" :)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Professor Dingledore said:

Fantastic work!

 

How did you engrave the acrylic GPU water blocks? Was it etching cream or did you use some sort of tool?

Thank you, engrave with laser cnc machine :)

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