Today we added a new buil into our gallery: “Liquid Devil By EKWB”. The build was made for a good friend of mine who wanted a tight case with power and sleek appearance. Lots of goodies were put into the build, a 5800X and the famous 6800XT “Liquid Devil” are doing all the hard work.
Hey all, long time since I posted but I do this only for a hobby so anyway had some time to post, and here it is. The RoG Tower is nearly finished! Added tons of new things since my last post but I don’t have any decent pictures yet.
What have I done?
Added the Barrow 120 mm resevoir
Put a RX 580 block from Bykski onto my RX 590
Black tubing 14 mm
Cut open the front and rear panel and spray painted them with asus typewriting
Re-did the whole loop
Added an extra ssd on the back of my X570-I
It is still not finished, Next up is some decent lightpanel and some minor touch-ups so we can take some decent pictures.
Earlier this month I posted The Ncredible Ncase post. But since then I have been testing and folding at 100 percent CPU and VGA and concluded even with the Coolermaster AIO that for the purpose it will be serving the Ncase is too small. So out of the blue, a friend of mine asked if I would take his Phanteks Shift X case for modding or building. And away we go…
Like the Ncase M1, The RoG Tower will host the Ryzen 3700X, the Asus Rog motherboard, and so on. But with one exception: The CPU will be liquid-cooled by a joint venture of EKWB and Barrow parts. The radiator will be an 240 mm EKWB one SE type. The temperatures in the Ncase were as high as 71° Celsius, not insanely hot but still too hot for me. So now the real test will come when everything is placed in the Phanteks Case.
At the moment will are awaiting some goods from our suppliers. Normally next week we will commence building again. The plan is to make some inserts on either side. Spray paint it in the colors of our theme.
Mdmods.be Manu from mdmods.be has made us some beautiful custom cables. One for the CPU and one for the 24 pin motherboard. The level of craftmanship just drips from these and to say more, have a look at the pictures. Made in Belgium!
Hey guys, long time no see. As I have been busy with other stuff there has been quite some time since I did a new project. Now the project called “Golden NXT” has been sold, it is time to start a new project for myself. For quite some time I came into possession of a Ncase M1. In Belgium, they are quite rare so I am happy to have one. What is NCase ? check this link for more information. What will happen to it? Well, I think it will be a three-stage project. Building and modding computer takes up a lot of money even if you sell one …
The first stage: Buying stuff and try to get it to fit in that tiny case. Which components? Well, the Ncredible Ncase project will host a Ryzen 7 3700X with 16 GB DDR4 3200 Mhz memory from Gskill. The motherboard will be an Asus ROG strixx X 570-I mini itx. For the SSD I choose a Samsung EVO plus 512 GB and for now as graphics card a Sapphire R590 solely for budget reasons (remember 3 stages). The Ryzen 3700X will be cooled at first by a stock cooler from AMD itself. I will be doing some benchmarks just to see how this cooler behaves in “loaded” conditions.
The second stage: Well after the stock cooler, I will install an AIO liquid cooler and test again what temp and loads the processor can handle. I also will do a review of that liquid cooler.
The third stage: The third stage will be: installing a full custom made liquid cooling system in that tiny case. A special reservoir for that case is already ordered. Again I will be testing the loop and temps. So stay tuned for the next stage of cooling evolution 🙂
Hey all, we are back with another finished build. The working title was CyberPunk 2077 as a theme but along the way the owner changed his mind, leaving us with no name. No worries, we came up with another: “Matrix Build”. This bad boy packs a lot of heat and power, featuring A Ryzen 3600X and an RTX 2080 VGA card.
For the case, we took a Thermaltake P90 and loaded it up with lots of goodies. Here is a list of most of the parts used in the build. Click on the links for more info.
This build has a full custom water loop done with 14 mm tubing PETG. The 480 mm radiator is cooling down all the heated water in the loop. Average temperatures are around 35 degrees on full load according to the owner. This build will be added to our builds page, as soon as we have more pictures.
In the next phase we are going to modify the case further adding some paintwork and newly formed shell onto the existing case, so stay tuned. Want a custom build like this? Feel free to contact us.
It has begun! Today some of the parts arrived for the Cyberpunk 2077 Build. Primary eyecatcher will ofcourse be the Thermaltake Core P90. Other parts are a stunning ROG Strix X570-F Gaming from Asus. The reservoir which will hold over 400 ml of fluids from Bitspower is awesome to look at and EKWB will power the whole loop. More parts will arrive soon, so stay tuned!
Our first pictures of the Bacardi Build have been released! After months of work and reworking the case, we finally have finished and yet also released the first pictures of our Bacardi Build V3. The case has seen some changes along the years to become what it is now.
Tijd om terug wat aanpassingen te doen aan de “Golden NXT“. Nu draait de build op een DDC pomp van EKWB maar ik wil de onderkant van mijn case volledig dicht en clean dus zal het met een pomp/res combo van Corsair zijn.
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