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    Quote Originally Posted by G_SHARK001 View Post
    Howsit SA GAMER PC crowd.

    I Recently got the itch to upgrade my old PC. Ended up just building a whole new rig from the ground up. Only repurposed my 2TB HDD and 240GB SSD.

    Full system specs:


    Case:
    - Phanteks Evolv X Galaxy Silver

    Storage:
    - Sabrent SB-ROCKET NVMe M.2 Gen.4 1TB drive (boot and system drive)
    - Sabrent SB-RKTQ NVMe M.2 Gen.3 1TB drive
    - Crucial 240 2.5" SSD (Repurposed from old PC)
    - SEAGATE Barracuda 2TB 3.5" HDD (Repurposed from old PC).
    - SEAGATE Barracuda 4TB 3.5" HDD
    (Think 8.24TB storage may have been a bit overkill)

    RAM:
    - 32GB G.SKILL 36000MHz CL16 Trident Z Neo RGB ram. (Only have 2 sticks installed in the pic as I was still waiting for the other 2 sticks from Wootware when I took the pic).

    PSU:
    - Super Flower Leadex II 1000w 80Plus Gold fully modular.
    Not the best unit but got it for a steal on sale.

    CPU:
    - AMD Ryzen R7 3800x

    MOTHERBOARD:
    - Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master

    CPU Cooler:
    - Gigabyte 360mm Aorus Liquid Cooler

    Other Cooling:
    - 4 x Corsair 120mm LL dual loop RGB fans (1 x rear, 3 x top exhaust)

    GPU:
    - PALIT GeForce RTX 2080Ti GamingPro OC

    Pretty happy with how it turned out. Might add 2 additional ARGB light strips. I have a 2 pack of 40cm Phanteks NEO strips which I can either connect to the Case which has an open ARGB connection and I can daizy chain the 2 strips together, or I can connect it straight to the board as I didnt use either of the board's ARGB headers. The Corsair fans and Gigabyte cooler both have their own ARGB solutions via USB2.0.

    I'll also probably replace the plain black sleeved cables with something a bit more striking down the line (thinking black and blue but that might be too restrictive. Black and white perhaps?)

    Cable management in this case really is a dream.

    Dont mind the rainbow mismatched RGB lighting in the pics. When I took them I hadn't downloaded the Corsair and Aorus software to control the lighting as yet.

    What do you guys think? Attachment 102366Attachment 102369Attachment 102370Attachment 102371

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    Quote Originally Posted by G_SHARK001 View Post
    Howsit SA GAMER PC crowd.

    I Recently got the itch to upgrade my old PC. Ended up just building a whole new rig from the ground up. Only repurposed my 2TB HDD and 240GB SSD.

    Full system specs:


    Case:
    - Phanteks Evolv X Galaxy Silver

    Storage:
    - Sabrent SB-ROCKET NVMe M.2 Gen.4 1TB drive (boot and system drive)
    - Sabrent SB-RKTQ NVMe M.2 Gen.3 1TB drive
    - Crucial 240 2.5" SSD (Repurposed from old PC)
    - SEAGATE Barracuda 2TB 3.5" HDD (Repurposed from old PC).
    - SEAGATE Barracuda 4TB 3.5" HDD
    (Think 8.24TB storage may have been a bit overkill)

    RAM:
    - 32GB G.SKILL 36000MHz CL16 Trident Z Neo RGB ram. (Only have 2 sticks installed in the pic as I was still waiting for the other 2 sticks from Wootware when I took the pic).

    PSU:
    - Super Flower Leadex II 1000w 80Plus Gold fully modular.
    Not the best unit but got it for a steal on sale.

    CPU:
    - AMD Ryzen R7 3800x

    MOTHERBOARD:
    - Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master

    CPU Cooler:
    - Gigabyte 360mm Aorus Liquid Cooler

    Other Cooling:
    - 4 x Corsair 120mm LL dual loop RGB fans (1 x rear, 3 x top exhaust)

    GPU:
    - PALIT GeForce RTX 2080Ti GamingPro OC

    Pretty happy with how it turned out. Might add 2 additional ARGB light strips. I have a 2 pack of 40cm Phanteks NEO strips which I can either connect to the Case which has an open ARGB connection and I can daizy chain the 2 strips together, or I can connect it straight to the board as I didnt use either of the board's ARGB headers. The Corsair fans and Gigabyte cooler both have their own ARGB solutions via USB2.0.

    I'll also probably replace the plain black sleeved cables with something a bit more striking down the line (thinking black and blue but that might be too restrictive. Black and white perhaps?)

    Cable management in this case really is a dream.

    Dont mind the rainbow mismatched RGB lighting in the pics. When I took them I hadn't downloaded the Corsair and Aorus software to control the lighting as yet.

    What do you guys think? Attachment 102366Attachment 102369Attachment 102370Attachment 102371


    My god that is a beast. Where did you source your parts if you don't mind me asking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master0z View Post


    My god that is a beast. Where did you source your parts if you don't mind me asking?
    It was a combination of Wootware and Rebeltech.Only Picked up a few fans from Evetech.

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