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    pyronical wrote:
    MY PC
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
    Mobo: MSI B450M Mortar Titanium
    Cooling: Corsair H100i
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB 3200Mhz
    SSD: Corsair MP510 1Tb m.2
    PSU: Corsair RM750x
    Case: Corsair Crystal 280X
    GPU: Asus STRIX O11G RTX2080Ti

    WIFE'S PC
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
    Mobo: Asus PRIME A320M-A
    Memory: Kingston HyperX 16GB 2666mhz
    SSD: Intel 600p 128GB m.2
    HDD: WD Black 2Tb
    PSU: FSP Aurum CM 750W
    Case: Fractal Design CORE 1100

    DAUGHTER'S PC
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1400
    Mobo: Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H
    Memory: A-Tech 8GB 2400Mhz
    SSD: addlink 256GB S70 m.2
    PSU: FSP 500W HEXA+
    Case: Cooler Master Masterbox Lite 3
    GPU: Sapphire AMD R7 260X
    Last edited by pyronical; 19th July 2019 at 3:27 pm.

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    Pretty happy with the Mortar and the 3700x, zero issues so far.


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    Triple-Slot, Triple-Crossfire Asus DirectCU II 7970's??

    If only the two that are currently out of the system weren't dead.

    I absolutely love these Asus DirectCU II 7970's, and one day might try fit all 3 in my rig, with two of them mounted normally, then the 3rd vertically mounted above the 2 bottom fans. One can but dream...

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    New Ryzen 3700x ITX build, 11 litres of tiny
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    Siris Le Osiris wrote:
    New Ryzen 3700x ITX build, 11 litres of tiny
    oooo yes! which case is that?

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    Weegee wrote:
    oooo yes! which case is that?
    it is a Sliger SM560 modded to take a 240mm AiO

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    Siris Le Osiris wrote:
    it is a Sliger SM560 modded to take a 240mm AiO
    Did you have to pay tax on that when it arrived?

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    Price went up with the last tariff increase, I managed to get it for ~240 inc shipping so it was under the limit.

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    I don't know how to embed multiple photos.

    https://imgur.com/a/epJ26ZH

    Still waiting on my monitor but finished my couch build.

    Just need to make a pull out lap board, do some cable management and sand and paint. Want to use it for a few months first in case I need to make any adjustments.

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    omfg you neckbeard lol

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    nzbleach wrote:
    omfg you neckbeard lol
    How so?

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    Yeah nah I'm with the "how so" there's no piss bottles or anime in sight.

    That's a sweet build. always been a big fan of couch gaming.

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    antil33t wrote:
    Yeah nah I'm with the "how so" there's no piss bottles or anime in sight.

    That's a sweet build. always been a big fan of couch gaming.
    Yeah I made it with the intention of being more sociable and present to the goings on in the house (necessary now I have a little one), that's like the opposite of a neckbeard lol.

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    Yeah I like it, no different to people sitting in the lounge watching TV constantly - means you can sit in the lounge and do your thing whilst they do theirs.

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    3700x ITX build done.
    Upgraded an EK MLC Phoenix with a Vector block. Will hardtube it all when I upgrade the GPU.

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    Noice n tidy.

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    mofozilla wrote:
    3700x ITX build done.
    Upgraded an EK MLC Phoenix with a Vector block. Will hardtube it all when I upgrade the GPU.

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    What WC setup is that?

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    This + this

    You have to drain it and add your own fittings to the CPU block.

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    That is sick. Never seen it before. How does it perform?

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    Unknitlemon6855 wrote:
    That is sick. Never seen it before. How does it perform?
    Yeh, it was EKs own version of an expandable AIO, but its now EOL lol.

    I had to replace the Vardar fans that it came with because they were way too noisy. Now Ive got some Noctua NF12 fans on it, its much quieter. Other than that, keeps my stock 3700x sub 50c at load

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    Moved the guts of my PC into a white case, I think its missing some colour so will look at EK Coolant colours this weekend.
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    Now that's a YOLO

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    finally redid ye olde loop


    will keep it single colour though

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    2950x stock, [email protected] 3200mhz, 3x nvme 500gb raid 0, tri aio cpu, 2080ti's on dual aio's (waterforce)/ stock. Some rgb rubbish, 1600w psu... ya get the rest

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    Representing the 3700x ITX builds.



    The H80i V2 is a thicc beast.

    Load - 54.C, idle - 30.C on a near silent fan profile. A bloody tight fit through.