The Latest picture. Bad Quality but better coming soon
The 2x 200mm Intake fans where the drive bays once were...
The new Monitor and Keyboard upgrade
Well. I cut up the plastic and removed the stupid power button sliding cover allowing me to relocate the hdd led's, but now Im trying to find a good front cover or cool lcd screen for the hole that was left. Also Plan to add a usb 3.0 and type c usb to the front panel where the blank space is above the hdd led.
The new home for my old x58 mobo and w3690 cpu. Addition of a MSI 1050ti 4gb, a Corsair RM850, and a Cougar case. This all running on a Samsung 950 m.2 on pcie adapter card.
With my 1080 installed
The Cooler Master Vertical Pci Adapter, No turning back now!
My inspiration for adding another 200mm intake fan at the front since I dont have any use for driveways. Ended up drilling the rivets and pulling all of it.
It took me 6 stubborn years, but I finally pulled the BFG 280 Gtx's out and replaced them with two MSI 960 4gb in SLI. I pulled the hard drives and booted from a m.2 on a pci-e adapter card WOW fast. Also swapped out the I7-950 for a xeon w3690 gaining two cores and maxing out the performance of my x58 mobo.
Back when BFG Still made graphics cards, SLI was cool, and a 60gb ssd was brand new technology. This is about a year after I build the computer and had just upgraded from a BFG 8800 GT -> two BFG 280 Gtx in SLI
10 Year Build x58 -> x570 5x200mm Fan Edition!
Well I finally pulled the trigger!!! Last time I built a computer it was 2010, Intel was king, and well technology has changed so much... What was i thinking holding on to x58 for so long?!?!
I upgraded from a Asus P6x58d-e mobo to a Gigabyte x570 Master,
from a xeon w3690 to a ryzen 7 3700x.
NIGHT AND DAY.
I also decided it was time and upgraded my solid ASUS VE248H 60hz to a ASUS ROG Strix XG248Q G-sync 240hz and WOW it was time.. so crisp and smooth.
Moving forward I'll be replacing the Wraith Prism with either a Noctua, or (if I get enough views of the build)a custom loop with the EK monoblock for the mobo. This is my VR gaming and video creation machine.