Back side. These cables were hard to tame. I could do better with a bit more time.
Added the EVGA Power Link. Nice little gadget to help clean up the build.
EVGA Power Link detail
The Suppressor PC: Unassuming, modest, silent...
Desk. All black, when all is off I get to see the keyboard because is illuminated, otherwise I see nothing!
Underneath the Desk, all wires zip tied to the desk frame. The black box is the LH Labs LPS - the power supply for the LH Labs Pulse X Infinity DAC/AMP combo (silly name I admit)
The Suppressor Build
A silence and performance focused build. Nothing fancy in terms of aesthetics, but it’s got it where it counts!
Running a 4790k at 4.65ghz @1.225 volts delidded with liquid metal and cooled by Noctua NH-U14s. It rarely reaches the mid 70s under load. Higher frequency than that and it needs more voltage for stability and performance gains are not worth it over the higher temperatures. I believe I reached my CPU's sweet spot. Still, the build is very quiet under load which is what I always strive for.
RGB is not a feature on this build and My Thermaltake Suppressor F31 does not have the side window option. But in the future I plan on getting the TG window upgrade, so whenever I upgrade the parts, I can do something with some nice, subtle RGB effects.