Open air, wall mounted build featuring the Cooler Master MasterFrame 700.
Im very satisfied with this personal build, but there's always room for improvement.
All cables between the pc and the rest go through electrical boxes hidden behind the case and the main monitor in order to get the cleanest look possible.
I personally did all the wall breaking (brick wall) and refilling, electrical wiring, then repainted with a special sand effect gold paint
Initially i used the vesa mount behind the case to hang the pc, but then switched for more safety to 2 threaded rods (originally meant for wall hung toilets) inserted into chemical wall plugs (rated for 80 kg minimum).
The new i7-12700 is cooled through a custom loop, the liquid is mayhems x1 orange (premixed) a little less then 1 liter.
I'm using the gtx 1080 from my previous build until it's worth (personally) to upgrade, probably next gen, the plan is to put a second 240mm radiator below the psu on the left and expand the cooling loop. Did not want to invest in a waterblock for the 1080 for this (hopefully short) time.
All the storage is from my previous pc and is mounted behind the left wing.
I had to drill the upper part of the left wing to put the psu in that position.
I noticed that the pc looked too dark at night, but instead of led strips i went with small single white led lighting (0.5 watt each) directly soldered into a molex cable, there are 7 currently strategically positioned around.
Still unsure on what to put on the left wing for the time being
-currently looking around for something to put on the left wing
-wall mounting second monitor, custom made mount necessary since does not have vesa supports
-hide mounting screws although they are not very visible already
-M2 ssd would be nice but not really necessary
-4000 series gpu? and second part of liquid loop
-who knows what the future might bring