The beginning of it all. Just me and some two by fours.
Making chain maile
Chain maile for the build's shoulders
Making the helmet
Shaping the cross for the helmet
Helmet assembled for the first time
Sabatons assembled and painted
Helmet with protective glue coat
Gamdias Demeter E1 Optical
Modified Demeter mouse with faux leather sides
Gamdias Astrape M1-650w power supply
EKWB 480mm radiator
Cutting steel for the frame
Lower leg assembly
Completed leg assembly
Welding the frame out of 1 inch steel angle and the motherboard tray from an Antec Sonata.
EKWB pumps, blocks, and fittings
MSI X370 XPower with waterblock
XPG D41 memory kit
Benched and lit up
XPG SX950u SSDs
XPG D41 memory and EK monoblock. Beautiful.
Down to brass tacks
Filling the loop, part 1
Filling the loop, part 2
The epic Thermaltake X1
A great little reservoir from Thermaltake
Cooler Master's latest headset. An affordable gem.
Detailing the headset
Patterning for custom pants
Helmet mounting and fillport
The reservoir setup
Cooling in the neck and upper chest
Parallel cooling, part 1
Parallel cooling, part 2
The torso pump and chipset cooling
King Edvards Knight
King Edvards knight is a 14th century crusader with a great helm and longsword. This build was made possible by EK, Gamdias, XPG, Thermaltake, and Cooler Master.
This build started from an EK sponsorship and the idea that I could build a human sized PC. The final product is nearly six feet tall and has to be split in half for transport (This is possible because of EK's quick disconnects). The build is built on a welded steel frame based around the motherboard tray of an Antec Sonata.