My Dream PC is finally on my desk, red matches the monitors, so that is the default pic for this build.
Although Red is my favorite color, I don't really care much for red in this build.
One of my top 2 favorite colors for this build
I'm not going to lie, I really liked the dual AIO Look, but the custom loop has brought temps down a lot and it also looks nice.
I really like the design of this case. I couldn't find a good place for my motherboard sticker, so I put it on the power button.
This is my main monitor, it's a huge IPS panel. Too bad ASUS cheaped out and provided non-functional displayport cables for both monitors! I also have a random green pixel, it's annoying.
I didn't know this one supports 3D, too bad you have to buy a $200 kit to use it. This is a TN panel, you can tell the difference between the two, that's for sure.
I was excited to install my GPU waterblock.
Looks nice, the flow wheel is very useful.
My First Waterloop!
UPGRADE! My Crosshair VIII, Ryzen 7 3700x, and Gskill memory before preparing to test the components.
Everything is almost ready, I need the heatsinks to be installed and I am ready to test.
Awesome, they work! That is the stock cooler from my 2700X.
I swapped out a motherboard without taking my water loop apart. The family PC needed a new PSU, so I donated mine and got the ROG Thor, I am surprised that my PC is so power efficient. Wattage calcuator said I needed a 800W PSU, I haven't passed 400W yet. My OC is 4.3 GHz on my CPU
Even the keyboard and mouse are RGB.
A different angle for you.
I was messing around with the lights. This is what I do when I am feeling patriotic. The front three fans are Red, White, and Blue. They aren't in this pic.
Light Blue and white are my top 2 favorite colors for this build.
Green looks kinda cool.