It is the third time of me messing around with my TT core P5 case now as I just got my hands on a 3950X. Although my last build featured a display behind the distro plate, a large proportion of the display was blocked which limited usability. This time, I'm putting a full size 1080p 19inch display behind the distro plate so it can function fully as an independent screen, hence given the name of AIO (all in one computer, but a PC containing a screen rather than a screen containing a PC). It can potentially function as a home theater/showcase PC as it doesn't require an additional display to run it.
An issue I had with my last build is that the entire system is cooled by an external radiator setup, which not only limits the PC's mobility, but also meaning that there are no fans in the case at all, resulting in poor VRM and ram cooling. With the new design, I've added a 120mm and a 200mm radiator so that the PC can be cooled independently.
Some interesting facts: 1. I've decided to add 3 tiny 30mm fans to actively cool the vrm and memory. 2. Designed and made an m.2 water block as they do run hot under sustained load. 3. Chipset fans do run loud, chucked a water block on there too. 4. Mobo is heavily modded including an acrylic mobo cover, painted VRM cover and water blocks everywhere...
Specs: CPU: AMD R9 3950x (OC to 4.4ghz all cores @ 1.43V, OC to 4.7ghz all cores @1.5V temp is too high to be stable but does pass cpuz test). GPU: Galax HOF plus 2080ti (OC to 2130mhz/8300mhz) RAM: Galax HOF Extreme 4000c19 8g*4 (OC to 3800cl16 @1.5V, OC to 3800cl12 @1.8V unstable but does pass Aida mem tests) Mobo: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master PSU: Super Flower Leadex 1000W titanium Case: TT Core P5 TG White
The build is still in progress..... feel free to leave suggestions
RGB Lighting? Yes
Cooling: Custom Liquid Cooling
Type: General Build
Awaiting new waterblocks
So, no surprise with so many custom made blocks/distro plate, so where has to leak...so it did.
Luckily no components are hurt in this incident, won't put it back as of now until new part arrive, which include a monoblock and a ram block.