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Just waiting for Covid rules to be more slack then I will shop for a better cpu. The 1060 is just 3gb but I had it in exchange of a 650w psu a guy needed. Paid that psu 26$ so quite a good deal. :) The whole HP rig was free got it from a neighbor who threw it away.
The 3GB version is still ok for entry-level 1080p gaming. I thought about that years ago, but I decided to grab an used 780 Ti instead.
 
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Pentium G620 and GTX 1060?!? And I already had a terrible bottleneck with Celeron G550 & GTX 470 several years ago, didn't have budget to get both 1155 board and a 2500K at the same time.. :D

Chloe after looking the cpu upgrade list I could not go over 65watts. The best bang for the bucks I see is a 2400s at 40$. Différence between 2400 and the 2400s is the idle clock which is 2.5 ghz for 2400s and 3.0 ghz for 2400 at 95 watts. Both having a maximum turbo of 3.5ghz and 6m cache.
 
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A small makeover
 

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I can't recall if I had posted my rig with an updated bling, added a set of Lian Li RGB Strimer and an RGB GB Aorus GPU brace....did add 2x 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSDs, though you can't see them.

Moved my AMD rig so I can hook it up to my Samsung 49" 32:9 monitor for some Freesync 2 lovin'. Moved my steering wheel to the side, decided to use my Topre RealForce 104U 55G (with yellow PBT keycaps) + Logitech G703. Using a Samsung K651 soundbar, my iFi Micro iDSD Black Label is just to the top left of the keyboard (kinda hard to see as it's black and my table top is almost black as well). Oh yeah, got some headphones there as well as these are on rotation....
 
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a bit dated photo but except the Monitor and Casefans it's the Same PC.

Case: Phanteks P400A

Case Fans: Noctua Chromax 120mm Case Fans

PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 750W Platinum

SSDs: 1x Samsung 970 Evo Plus 250GB (Boot Drive)
2x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
2x Crucial MX500 1TB
1x Crucial MX 500 500GB (in an external case as a Backup drive for the 970 Evo Plus)

CPU Cooler: Corsair H115i RGB Pro 280mm AIO

Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro

RAM: 32GB (4x8) Patriot Steel Viper 4000 Mhz CL 19 (19-19-19-39 1.35V XMP) "Over" Clocked to 4000 Mhz 17-17-18-36 at 1.4V

CPU: Intel Core i9 9900k 5.2 Ghz All Core with no AVX Offset (1.45v LLC High (1.34V under Load (150 amps) which is 60mv out of Spec but still fine temperature wise)

GPU: Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP Extreme running at 2100 Mhz and 8000 Mhz on the Memory

Monitor: Dell Alienware AW2518H (1080p 1-240Hz Gsync)

Mouse: Logitech G903 Lightspeed Hero

Keyboard: Corsair K95 Platinum

Headset: Kingston HyperX Cloud II Red
 

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a bit dated photo but except the Monitor and Casefans it's the Same PC.

Case: Phanteks P400A

Case Fans: Noctua Chromax 120mm Case Fans

PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 750W Platinum

SSDs: 1x Samsung 970 Evo Plus 250GB (Boot Drive)
2x Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
2x Crucial MX500 1TB
1x Crucial MX 500 500GB (in an external case as a Backup drive for the 970 Evo Plus)

CPU Cooler: Corsair H115i RGB Pro 280mm AIO

Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro

RAM: 32GB (4x8) Patriot Steel Viper 4000 Mhz CL 19 (19-19-19-39 1.35V XMP) "Over" Clocked to 4000 Mhz 17-17-18-36 at 1.4V

CPU: Intel Core i9 9900k 5.2 Ghz All Core with no AVX Offset (1.45v LLC High (1.34V under Load (150 amps) which is 60mv out of Spec but still fine temperature wise)

GPU: Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP Extreme running at 2100 Mhz and 8000 Mhz on the Memory

Monitor: Dell Alienware AW2518H (1080p 1-240Hz Gsync)

Mouse: Logitech G903 Lightspeed Hero

Keyboard: Corsair K95 Platinum

Headset: Kingston HyperX Cloud II Red

The two tone white red lighting is really nice.

not sure what kind of switches the k95 has but this might help in the battle for less latency:
 
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crappy phone/camera.. but here's mine.

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After 3 years, I finally had enough of my Coolermaster Elite 130 case. The small PC looked cool on my desk, but swapping any part took me 5 times longer than necessary, not to mention the far from ideal heat management. I like Coolermaster's manageability, but my components have grown in both size and heat dissipation throughout the years, making the upgrade inevitable. The last straw was my AIO watercooler which took me 6 hours (!) to fit into the Elite 130. In comparison, moving all the components into the new case barely took 2 hours. Here is the result of the great migration:

Before:
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After:
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All the RGB is currently set to white, because the water pump needs a USB 2.0 header for LED controls, which my motherboard doesn't have. Changing the colour of every other LED, and leaving the pump white would look a bit meh. I might play around with the cable management a bit more later, but I'm definitely NOT going to remove the "Caution!" sticker. :cool:

The specs are in my profile.
 
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Small update on the old meets new build.
I gave the old 4790k and GTX 980 a new case (FD Define Nano S). I'm now waiting on the arrival of the custom cables.
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Early in the leak test. Once completed I'll take the loop apart, as the cables need to go in first, and I also need to add in a drain.
 
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Small update on the old meets new build.
I gave the old 4790k and GTX 980 a new case (FD Define Nano S). I'm now waiting on the arrival of the custom cables.
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Early in the leak test. Once completed I'll take the loop apart, as the cables need to go in first, and I also need to add in a drain.
The pipe to the top of the reservoir isn't horizontal. :twitch:
 
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but I'm definitely NOT going to remove the "Caution!" sticker. :cool:
I'd leave it there too. Looks cool!

Nice build! Very nice indeed.
 
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The pipe to the top of the reservoir isn't horizontal. :twitch:
I know but it's the best I could do with the fittings I have. Also my skills with creating multiple bends hasn't improved. :shadedshu:
Fortunately all air has left the loop.

Edit: I made a build log so I won't spam this thread.

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Leak test done; no leaks, and no air pockets. :clap:

Edit: the res can't go any lower otherwise it will hit the gpu. Luckily the tube in the res prevents air pockets in the (visible) loop.
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I know but it's the best I could do with the fittings I have. Also my skills with creating multiple bends hasn't improved. :shadedshu:
Fortunately all air has left the loop.

Edit: I made a build log so I won't spam this thread.

Leak test done; no leaks, and no air pockets. :clap:

Edit: the res can't go any lower otherwise it will hit the gpu. Luckily the tube in the res prevents air pockets in the (visible) loop.
Full custom loop in mini-ITX size: that's what I call impressive! :toast:
 
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Full custom loop in mini-ITX size: that's what I call impressive! :toast:
The problem is, where will the system PSU be going?
 
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I'd leave it there too. Looks cool!

Nice build! Very nice indeed.
Thanks. :) Another reason for buying the new case was to suit my future plans. Whenever the time comes for a full system upgrade (might be another 2-3 years by the looks of it), I want to install a 240 AIO for the new CPU, and a water-cooled graphics card, much like EVGA's Hybrid series. I love water, but I'm not brave enough to try my luck with a custom loop. :D
 
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Something is about to getting finished and start his journey. Its on leak test for one week


Let's fire it up !






 
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In an effort to try not to be so hardcore with my fans, and maybe cut down on a little noise.. I’ve removed all of my case fans except the front three. I did gain about 3-5c on the mobo temp, and about the same on the chipset just sitting there nice and quiet. CPU is ok sitting there in the high twenties to low thirties, and loading at 70-75c in linpack xtreme. It appears I may have been brute forcing more than was necessary. Since I bought my case used, it came with nothing. I looted the moduvent cover from my Define mini c and a sound absorption panel from my Define R4 and installed them on my Meshify. Color me impressed. I couldn’t do that with my Define R4. Love this little case. I would change a few things if I could though.

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In an effort to try not to be so hardcore with my fans, and maybe cut down on a little noise.. I’ve removed all of my case fans except the front three. I did gain about 3-5c on the mobo temp, and about the same on the chipset just sitting there nice and quiet. CPU is ok sitting there in the high twenties to low thirties, and loading at 70-75c in linpack xtreme. It appears I may have been brute forcing more than was necessary. Since I bought my case used, it came with nothing. I looted the moduvent cover from my Define mini c and a sound absorption panel from my Define R4 and installed them on my Meshify. Color me impressed. I couldn’t do that with my Define R4. Love this little case. I would change a few things if I could though.

I added mine from the Nano S. And I removed the padding/dust collector from the front panel.

Btw: those fans look thicc
 

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Wow that thing is tiny! I like it. Yes, the first thing I did was rip that foam out.. then I quit running the mesh.. but then I didn’t like how the black and white looked up front so I attacked it with a sharpie.
 
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Literally all that is, is a housing for some ARGB LEDs. Anyone can do that, the hard part is making the housing look good enough
 
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I haven't even had my new case for a month, but already managed to break the front (top) panel USB ports with a dodgy stick. It had a piece of plastic sticking out which I didn't notice, and it folded one of the pins back in each port. I fixed one of the ports with a sewing pin, but the other one completely broke in the attempt. I never ever had something like this happen to me. So annoyed... :shadedshu: I hope this (link) replacement will solve the issue whenever it arrives from China. If it arrives at all. :(
 
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Memory 2x 16GB 3600MHz
Video Card(s) GTX 1080 Ti FE
Storage Samsung 970 EVO 500GB & 2x 1TB
Display(s) Acer Predator XB1 XB271HU
Case CaseLabs Mercury S8
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar Essence STX, Logitech Z906, Sennheiser HD6
Power Supply be quiet! Straight Power 11 750W Platinum
Mouse Logitech G600
Keyboard Logitech G810
Software W10H
Benchmark Scores -
I've had bent pins with a usb 3.0 port once twice. Bent them back with tweezers and they still work. Tweezers too.

As for my custom cables (from China) it's 4 weeks now :(
 
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