-This picture is AS color-accurate as it could be-
The completed system, gotta redo the plastidip on the CPU-cooler once I stop moving it around all the time. Everything is in pull/intake position to eliminate as much dust as possible. Temps are still nice and low so it doesn't really matter.
Sort of messy but it's just about the entire setup. Will grab a proper picture once I've done some cleaning up. It takes time when I keep playing games instead of actually doing chores :/
Spring cleaning, almost complete disassembly for dusting and cleaning giving a nice look at the GPU's white finish.
There are some slightly jagged edges just beneath the edges due to plastidip and masking tape-incompability :D
I initially thought the heatsinks were all white but upon arrival I realized they're brushed aluminium in more of a gunmetal gray. Tbh, I loved it even more.
My new beast of a 2080 Strix OC side by side with my previous dual Sapphire 7970 oc. Going from +800W GPU-consumption to only 250 is way cooler than you'd imagine (pun intended), and still the performance increase is mind-blowing.
Overdid the cabling on the stand itself, it looks and is nice, but nobody's gonna see it except from in pictures.
All the monitors is powered through that one extension cord keeping it compact and simple.
My lovely battlestation, been through a bit of changes.
I wanted to go for purple lighting and white reflective surfaces as I find that combination to be quite visually pleasing. Initially this was all black and purple, it is now turned into something the Joker would take a second glance at :)
Used regular plasti-dip on the top-cover of the cooler, also did the plastic on the GPU-cooler along with the 4 brackets that's there for HDD-expansion. It does catch on the glass panel but it's mostly due to travelling by car, causing the massice heatsink to shift ever so slightly.
Still considering a vertical GPU-kit but it's the choice between capture card or vertical GPU, still on the fence about that one. Did also get my hands on a couple extra RGB-strips. Most noticeably is that the CPU-fans look like something cheap from aliexpress due to too much purple.
Since I play alot of triple-monitor capable games I went for a 2080, mostly because I can't actually responsibly afford the ti, and it does it's job without breaking a sweat. Modern Warfare running stable 100fps cranked on single-monitor and somewhere around 65-75 triple monitor. If I want smooth consistent frames it's single-monitor gaming but for the full immersion I'm dumping the frames