M1 Impact

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December 11th 2013
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System Specs:
  • Intel Core i7 4770K, Liquid Pro TIM @ 4.4Ghz 1.2v
  • ASUS Maximus VI Impact
  • Corsair H60 + 1x Cooler Master Excalibur
  • Kingston HyperX Beast 2400mhz 16gb
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 780 TI SuperClocked w/EVGA ACX Cooler
  • 2x Samsung 840 pro 256 SSD in RAID 0, Western Digital WD Black 1TB,
  • MyDigitalSSD 128GB M.2 NGFF
  • NCASE M1
  • Silverstone ST45SF-G 450W
This build took a long time to put together around 7 hours just to install every think, To save on space so i can get the most air flow though it as possible, Custom brackets where made up so RAID SSD could be mount to the front normally they wouldn't fit behind the front shield, I only used the molex power cable for all my drives and made custom molex to SATA cables to save on even more room, I think it turned out good but would love to have water on both CPU and GPU using a H220 just don't have the money and already have spent to much so this will have to do for now.
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4 Comments on M1 Impact

#1
Live OR Die
How do i edit this i want to add more photos?
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#2
micropage7
pretty tight inside. and the tubing looks painful. im afraid for long term it would leak somewhere
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Nordic
I really want that case for my impact. I have special secret plans I could use to add watercooling. I could not justify $200 for case though no matter how awesome it is. I love your build. 780ti on a 450w psu, must be cutting it close.
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Live OR Die
micropage7, post: 3034128, member: 82848"
pretty tight inside. and the tubing looks painful. im afraid for long term it would leak somewhere
Yer i had that thought as well thats why ill be picking up a custom loop very soon.

james888, post: 3034143, member: 96457"
I really want that case for my impact. I have special secret plans I could use to add watercooling. I could not justify $200 for case though no matter how awesome it is. I love your build. 780ti on a 450w psu, must be cutting it close.
Yer i thought the same till i started testing how much power my system really used on my UPS and also on a power monitor and its never went over 370w with my cpu overclocked @ 4.7Ghz.
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