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My simracing rig just finished transferring to a new case

Dentz
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Hello Everyone!

 

Just finished transferring my computer to a new case, reorganizing my sim racing rig and trying to learn how to manage my wires xD still some more work to go, but I feel comfortable enough posting what I got so far. A project that has taken the better part of 3 years to complete, and I'm pretty proud where it had ended up. Started out as a crap choice by buying a pre made from iBuypower, but now it runs amazingly.

 

My PC:

CPU: Intel I7-11700K 

MB: ASUS z590a

RAM: TridentZ 32GB x2 (64gb total)

GPU: MSI Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070 Ti

PSU: Thermaltake Tough Power Grand Series 850W

AIO: Corsair iCUE H115i Capellix 280mm

Memory: x1 Samsung 2tb 970

               x1 Samsung 2tb 870 QVO

               x1 HDD x4 TB

Case cooling: x4 140mm Corsair fans, x2 top exhaust, x2 from intake for radiator

                       x1 120mm Corsair fan rear exhaust

Case: Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB mid tower

Monitor: ASUS ROG XG49V 49inch UW at 3840 x 1980 144 hertz 

 

Simrig: Next Level Racing F-GT Cockpit + triple/ single monitor mount

Wheelbase: Fanatec CSL DD wheelbase + 8nm upgrade

Wheel: Fanatec Clubsport steering wheel Formula V2

Pedal set: Fanatec Clubsport pedals V3

Other: Razer BlackWidow v3 Tenkeyless keyboard

           Razer DeathAdder v2 gaming mouse

           Corsair Virtuoso headset

 

 

 

 

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Overall has been quite a project, but the end results make me far happier than it has any right too xD. Hope yall enjoy! Any feedback for where you see improvements are weclome!

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