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[Build Log] <<<<<<<< "Parvum Warfare" >>>>>>>>

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Here's my first of two builds this fall, another team up with Parvum Systems, this time for a highly customized Advanced Warfare themed mITX build. Originally I was set for a totally different theme but then last week at Gamescom Microsoft showed off their limited Advanced Warfare controller and console. I then switched themes and have decided to tread familiar ground in doing a build inspired by another Xbox One controller. I just couldn't help myself. I'm pretty inspired by the controllers color pallet, it's very unique and I think this build will turn out completely amazing with the plans I have...

This build is possible with the support of Swiftech, DazMode, Darkside, Ensourced Cables, and of course the talented lads at Parvum Systems.

Here's the controller I'll be using for the inspiration here:


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Main Components:

Case - Parvum Systems custom mITX
CPU - Intel 4790k
Motherboard - EVGA Z97 Stinger
Memory - (still undecided)
GPU - Nvidia Titan Black
SSD - (still undecided)
PSU - (still undecided)


Watercooling Components:

CPU Block - Swiftech Apogee XL
GPU Block - Swiftech Komodo NV LE
Radiators - Darkside 120mm and 240mm
Ram Block - (still undecided - may not use one)
Pump - Swiftech MCP 35X
Pump Housing - Bitspower
Reservoir/Pump Top Combo - Bitspower
Fittings - Bitspower True Brass
Tubing - E22 12mm OD acrylic tube
Coolant - (still undecided)


Miscellaneous:

Ensourced custom cables
Darkside lighting
Custom vinyl and paintwork by me


I don't have 100% of the components chosen yet, but I'm almost there. Parvum currently has my case design mockup and will be starting it next week - it's going to be spectacular.

Let's get this thing started!!!






Here's the finished build!

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Here's the graphical specimen for the build - an Nvidia Titan Black straight from the production line :)

Also, on the topic of the GPU, a box of goodies arrived from Swiftech :thumb:


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Here's the box from Swiftech, more on that soon...


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Damn, dem high quality pictures!

Specs: CPU - Intel i7 8700K @ 5GHz | GPU - Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | Motherboard - ASUS Strix Z370-G WIFI AC | RAM - XPG Gammix DDR4-3000MHz 32GB (2x16GB) | Main Drive - Samsung 850 Evo 500GB M.2 | Other Drives - 7TB/3 Drives | CPU Cooler - Corsair H100i Pro | Case - Fractal Design Define C Mini TG | Power Supply - EVGA G3 850W

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Looking good James.

 

Your growing obsession with controllers is unhealthy tho.

 

:lol:

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Looking good James.

Your growing obsession with controllers is unhealthy tho.

:lol:

Lol thanks :)

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Moar, I need moar!

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Nice!.. followed

Project "Gene5is" | Asus Maximus VI Formula | i7 4790k | 2 x GTX 780 Ti Classified in SLI | 16Gb. Corsair Dominator Platinum @1866Mhz. | 512GB. Samsung 850 PRO | 2 x 2Tb. WD Caviar Black | Corsair AX1200 | Asus Xonar Essence STX | KRK Rokit 6 Gen 3 + KRK K10S Sub | Logitech G 710+ |


Logitech G500s | Caselabs Magnum SMA8 | Corsair 200MM Extended 


"Roamer" MSI GT 72 | Intel Core i7-4720HQ | GTX 980M 8Gb. | 128Gb. M2 SSD | 16Gb. 1600Mhz. | 1Tb. HDD

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followed!

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Audio - AKG K712Pro Headphones | Epiphany Acoustics EHP-02 Amp |  Epiphany Acoustics E-DAC

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Hello, James. I'm a bit late to the party, but I just want you to know that I absolutely loved Robocop 900D.

 

Also, was your design mockup to Parvum also done in MS Paint this time?

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I like this very much, as its different and always thought of doing a m-itx Evga stinger build myself one day.

good choice of components, can't wait to see this build unfold.

got to love Asus components

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More updates today :)

Update us nao! 

It's not a bug, it's an undocumented feature!

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56k warning!

Here's some goodies from Swiftech, the Apogee XL and the KOMODO NV LE. With the LED lighting feature these pieces will be perfect for customization in the build.

First One here is the KOMODO NV LE GPU block for the Titan Black. The weight of this thing is nuts and it absolutely oozes quality. You can see in some of my macro shots how good the fit and finish on this thing is. I love that it also has a very robust, military grade look to it and it will look amazing in the build - particularly with the orientation of the GPU in the case...

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