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Here is a thread to show off your system. I know some of you are rocking some pretty darned impressive beasts, so don't be shy about sharing your passion.

 

You can highlight the build in whatever manner you feel appropriate, whether it is focusing on certain components, the customizations you have done, or simply posting pretty pictures of your pride and joy. If the details you are sharing are not already captured in your signature, please add a list of the components/specs.

 

WRAITH 2.0 - For Fun

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BANSHEE 2.0 - For Work

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@Papusan @pathfindercod @electrosoft @Talon @johnksss @Rage Set @Reciever - all of you have stuff worthy of bragging about here.

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My desktop is proud to be RGB and tempered-glass free.  It looks like this, although it's rarely outdoors:

 

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It fits in nicely with my Sony camera, which is black; my TV, which is black; my monitor, which is black; my keyboard, which is black and also lacks RGBs; my speakers, which are black with white accents; my phone, which has a black case; and the nearby furniture, which is dark brown or black, with exposed medium-gray steel on the legs of the desk.  It clashes with my printer, which is blue.

 

Aside from matching the traditional Sony electronics color scheme, my main goal in its design was to build a quiet PC.  And in that regard, the Antec P280 case has done a very good job.  It's a bit more sizeable than I'd expected, but it's quieter than my laptops, or my fridge's compressor that's significantly farther away, even with a moderate load.  Thus, it also fits in with the "sleeper" aesthetic that I like - you wouldn't guess it was fast given the lack of noise and lights, but before its parts aged 5 or 10 years, it was.

 

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I expect everyone else posting to this thread to have more LEDs.  Although not necessarily such a nice water cooling system as Mr. Fox has.  I also appreciate that its LEDs are coordinated and moderate, rather than the gaudy and blingy that took off in the mid-2010s.  More accents than spotlights; if that had been the initial trend, I might not have run the other way.

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@Sandy Bridge nice ride. I think it looks great.

 

I am not a fan of the RGB rainbow puke and primarily only do white LED. The front fans are blue because I couldn't find white LED, and the blue was not as obnoxious looking as red. I'm considering snipping the wires to the blue LEDs on the front panel fans or replacing the LED diodes with white ones since they are super inexpensive to purchase.

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Actually the stock RGB 140mm fans at the top are now gone. I have gone to some cheap-o basic black Artic P14s I got on Amazon in a 5 pack. I have them setup in push/pull so it's a tight fit in there lol. I have a lot of air moving through this tiny case. I want to change the Noctua fans to the new Chromax black version, but at $33 a fan I can't justify the cost yet lol. They work and that is what I care about most. 

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7 hours ago, Talon said:

Actually the stock RGB 140mm fans at the top are now gone. I have gone to some cheap-o basic black Artic P14s I got on Amazon in a 5 pack. I have them setup in push/pull so it's a tight fit in there lol. I have a lot of air moving through this tiny case. I want to change the Noctua fans to the new Chromax black version, but at $33 a fan I can't justify the cost yet lol. They work and that is what I care about most. 

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Looks good, bro. You did fit a lot in there.

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5 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Looks good, bro. You did fit a lot in there.

 

Thanks. Thinking about picking up the Corsair 6000D and grabbing an Artic 420mm AIO. I think it would be an absolutely huge case though. 

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3 hours ago, Talon said:

Corsair 6000D

Did you mean 5000 or 7000 by chance? I cannot find anything on the 6000 model number.  My 5000 is smaller than I would have liked and wish I had spent more for the 7000D Airflow instead. The Level 20 XT is stinking GIGANTIC and I love that. It will handle 3 420MM radiators if memory serves me correctly.

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4 hours ago, Mr. Fox said:

Did you mean 5000 or 7000 by chance? I cannot find anything on the 6000 model number.  My 5000 is smaller than I would have liked and wish I had spent more for the 7000D Airflow instead. The Level 20 XT is stinking GIGANTIC and I love that. It will handle 3 420MM radiators if memory serves me correctly.


Sorry I meant to type 5000. I used to have a Corsair 450d, still have it in the garage actually. 
 

Then I looked into it a bit more and found it can’t house a 420mm officially. So I may need to spring for the 7000 airflow. I think the 420mm cooler could really help though so I may go for it. 

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Sorry I meant to type 5000. I used to have a Corsair 450d, still have it in the garage actually. 
 

Then I looked into it a bit more and found it can’t house a 420mm officially. So I may need to spring for the 7000 airflow. I think the 420mm cooler could really help though so I may go for it. 

The 7000D is basically a larger version of the 5000D. The 5000D is super nice and well made, but you can't fit dual 360's in it and you cannot fit a thick 360mm in the top panel like the one I have mounted in the front panel because there is not enough clearance between the top panel and motherboard. If you put a radiator in the top it has to be a normal thickness and even if you go with a slim radiator there is not enough height for push/pull on the top panel mounting unless (maybe) you also go with slim fans. The 7000D has plenty of clearance between the top panel and the mobo. Both 5000D and 7000D support vertical GPU mounting with no need for a bracket. All you need is a PCIe cable. Although I am not sure if a 3+ slot GPU like your 3090 Ti would work in a vertical mount with the stock air cooler. If it did fit, the air flow would most likely be impaired due to close proximity to the side panel.

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Noctua fans are the exception to the rule of things should look nice together.  The ugly brown color is part of the appeal.  Anyone looking at your case, who knows about fans, will instantly know you have Noctua fans.  That alone offsets the fact that it will almost never integrate with the rest of your color scheme.  And A12x25 as well... can't do better than that.

 

At least one of my fans recently started spoiling the "silent PC" effect for several minutes after startup... so if I can't fix it I'll be looking to swap it for either a Noctua (brown, naturally), or perhaps one of the Corsair Maglev ones.  I'd normally gravitate towards Noctua but I've wanted maglev something ever since learning about maglev trains... really either one would work great, and easily outlive the rest of the build.  Except perhaps the SeaSonic PSU, that will probably still be working in 2070.  It's the Prime Ultra 650 Watt Titanium, with a warranty until mid-2030.

 

The previous PSU burnt a capacitor by the smell of it, so I decided to go for the highest quality in a replacement; I was lucky the old one didn't fry anything when it went.

 

Which leads to another part of my build philosophy - don't rebuild often, but when you do, use quality parts.  Not necessarily the highest-end performance-wise, or the most expensive, but quality.

 

Other aspects of the build that contribute to its quiet nature - I got the RX480 with the best stock cooling on the market (way overkill for a 150W GPU), and a Hyper 212 Evo CPU cooler as a sweet spot of price:performance, a noticeable upgrade over the stock cooler.  I upgraded the fan on it too, but only went for a mid-tier Corsair at the time... wish I'd went Noctua then, but it sounds like a case fan that's going, so the mid-range CPU fan is working so far.

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I have 4 Noctua fans in Banshee, as shown in the above photo. I got them on sale for about half normal price quite some time ago. They are also weaker than I expected them to be, which is probably why they were so cheap. Running full blast they are not very loud, and don't seem to push more air at full speed. I do not care for the weirdness of their colors and wish I would have stuck with an ordinary high-powered (noisy) black plastic fan. 

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My systems in their standard setup when working on them (open and ready).

 

Left my old faithful Corsair Carbide Air 540 that is used as my "open bench" test rig. Right now it has an Asus Z590-A Prime using to test and bin 10900k's for the X170SM-G and some 11900k's when they sporadically come my way.

 

To the right is the Phanteks Enthroo Pro II housing an Asus Z690 Strix D4 w/ 12900ks (most likely going to go frugal and switchback to my 12900k), Strix 3080 and stretching 2x8GB G.Skill sticks to 4266 G1 atm fishing for errors.

 

 

 

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On 4/21/2022 at 6:17 PM, electrosoft said:

My systems in their standard setup when working on them (open and ready).

 

Left my old faithful Corsair Carbide Air 540 that is used as my "open bench" test rig. Right now it has an Asus Z590-A Prime using to test and bin 10900k's for the X170SM-G and some 11900k's when they sporadically come my way.

 

To the right is the Phanteks Enthroo Pro II housing an Asus Z690 Strix D4 w/ 12900ks (most likely going to go frugal and switchback to my 12900k), Strix 3080 and stretching 2x8GB G.Skill sticks to 4266 G1 atm fishing for errors.

 

 

 

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Both look fantastic. I wish I had the extra dough on hand and I would have gladly taken that nice KS sample off your hands and upgraded Banshee with a Strix D4.

8 hours ago, Reciever said:

I plan to do a teardown and re-orient my room towards the end of this week and I'll share some flics then 🙂

I am looking forward to seeing what you do.

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On 4/22/2022 at 3:17 AM, electrosoft said:

My systems in their standard setup when working on them (open and ready).

 

Left my old faithful Corsair Carbide Air 540 that is used as my "open bench" test rig. Right now it has an Asus Z590-A Prime using to test and bin 10900k's for the X170SM-G and some 11900k's when they sporadically come my way.

 

To the right is the Phanteks Enthroo Pro II housing an Asus Z690 Strix D4 w/ 12900ks (most likely going to go frugal and switchback to my 12900k), Strix 3080 and stretching 2x8GB G.Skill sticks to 4266 G1 atm fishing for errors.

 

 

 

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sweeeet im actually looking at the enthoo pro II as a case for my future build 🙂 any notes from ur experience so far? also looks like ure rocking the arctic freezer II, is that the 420? exactly the one im planning to go for 😁

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1 hour ago, jaybee83 said:

sweeeet im actually looking at the enthoo pro II as a case for my future build 🙂 any notes from ur experience so far? also looks like ure rocking the arctic freezer II, is that the 420? exactly the one im planning to go for 😁

 

Yep, that's the 420mm monster in the front lol....

 

I really like this case. I wish the back was a tad deeper. Even a half inch would have made a world of difference for cable routing especially when I when I had my EVGA CLC 360mm mounted to the side outlets for the CPU (420mm won't fit over there).

 

 

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29 minutes ago, electrosoft said:

 

Yep, that's the 420mm monster in the front lol....

 

I really like this case. I wish the back was a tad deeper. Even a half inch would have made a world of difference for cable routing especially when I when I had my EVGA CLC 360mm mounted to the side outlets for the CPU (420mm won't fit over there).

 

 

yeah thats basically the single most listed complaint about that case ive seen so far, limited space on the backside for cable management...

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On 5/2/2022 at 10:44 PM, Reciever said:

Still more work to be done but here's where things stand currently 

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Will merge in a moment posting from cell

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you really are OG .....I love how you have such a eclectic setup....wicked cool man gained respect

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None of my computers are really impressive. My main PC is in a poor place for taking photos, and I'm too lazy to move it somewhere better. Everything else is kinda mid. Need more 'puter parts (Specifically GPUs) to make my older systems presentable.

 

Edit 1: I'll take a pic of my X58 rig I guess, give me a bit.

 

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20 hours ago, K4sum1 said:

None of my computers are really impressive. My main PC is in a poor place for taking photos, and I'm too lazy to move it somewhere better. Everything else is kinda mid. Need more 'puter parts (Specifically GPUs) to make my older systems presentable.

 

Edit 1: I'll take a pic of my X58 rig I guess, give me a bit.

 

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thats a classic! in automotive world that would be an oldtimer haha.

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Some nice machines in here. I almost made a desktop this Spring/Sommer but at the last moment i decided ill wait for the next amd/intel cpu offerings and the new Gpus this autumn so ill pospone the build. But i still have it in my head that i want a white build. A little hard to to it, it amaze my that there are so few white components on the market and more expensive because they are white.. 😆

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can hardly contain myself, so im in need of a little outlet here in this thread...

 

today i started ordering the first components for my upcoming monster desktop build, first desktop in 15 years!!! and have been saving up for almost 3 years now LOL 😁

 

actually only did that because of stock and pricing, originally planned to wait until Zen 4 availability mid to end of this month.

 

in any case, i ordered a corsair M65 rgb ultra wired, because it was FINALLY available in europe after being out of stock for like the past 9 months or so (still no idea wtf happened). second item was the Seagate Firecuda 530 4TB (Heatsink version), that suddenly dropped in price by a whopping 70€ (-11%) so naturally i grabbed one before the offer is up.

 

long story short: i hope to be able and show off my build in a few weeks time here, as well 😁🏼 thx for bearing with me on this guys 😂😋

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Mine: Hyperion "Titan God of Heat, Heavenly Light, Power" (2022)
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X / Asus ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme / MSI Geforce RTX 4090 Suprim X / G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-6600 2x16 GB / Seagate Firecuda 530 4 TB / 2x Samsung 860 Evo 4 TB / Arctic Liquid Freezer II 420 / Seasonic TX-1600 W Titanium / Phanteks Enthoo Pro 2 TG / Samsung Odyssey Neo G8 32" UHD 240 Hz / Ducky One 3 Daybreak Fullsize Cherry MX Brown / Corsair M65 Ultra RGB

 

My Lady's: Clevo NH55JNNQ "Alfred" (2022)
Sharp LQ156M1JW03 FHD matte 15.6" IGZO 8 bit @248 Hz / Intel 12600 @ 4.4 - 4.8 Ghz / Nvidia 3070 Ti 8 GB GDDR6 / G.Skill 16 GB DDR4-3800 / Samsung 970 Pro 1 TB / Intel AX201 ax+BT / Win 11 Pro Phoenix Lite OS / 230 W PSU powered by Prema Mod!

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