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PaYFrog Customs last won the day on March 14 2017

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  1. [Buildlog] Thermaltake Core x9 - "White Memory"

    It's been some time since the last update on this project. This can be seen in the "Progress Photos" too. Apart from the dust, what happened? - - the radiators (2 x 480 mm / 60 mm) and fans have now found space in the lower chamber. - the wiring was largely completed (io is still missing). - the pass trough by the midplate has been tested; close! - the system has been filled. The final work will be completed in the next few days. Then everything will be removed from the dust again.
  2. [Buildlog] Thermaltake Core x9 - "White Memory"

    Today I have the first update for you. The sidepanels for the lower part of the case are finished. In fact of missing fans I mounted the radiators without them. The pump is allready mounted at the final position. The HDD cage is integrated in the front of the case. I hope you like it.
  3. Dear PC enthusiasts, today I want to introduce to you my second Thermaltake Core x9 build. This time I want to do something other than last time. I allready made some changes, so you can still see the concept. Basement: Concept: The case will be seperated horizontaly. The lower part of the case will be holding two 480mm/60mm radiators. The new cover on each side of the case will hold one of them. Behind the front I will add an HDD/SSD cage, so you can mount them easily. The PSU will get a new position in the upper of the case. Mounted right behind the front, you got a great view on the PSU and the cables. Next to it I will mount the reservoir and go straight to the midplate into the lower section of the case. To get a good view all over the case I will install acrylic plates in the top and both sides. Hope you like this build. Stay tuned
  4. BluePulse - X31 Finished

    today there are pictures of the "Blue pulse" for you. A special thanks for the support of this build goes to Thermaltake Germany. The project was launched in December in a live stream hold fr - so. After the stream there was a still a few little additions. Including a specially for the mod programmed lighting. This has several effect Modi and color from blue to white. The lightning will be shown in a upcoming videoclip. Changes: Motherboard Tray / rear / front cleaned. Power Supply Cover. (SSD Mount and reservoir hole) Sleeved custom cable, (MB and pci-e cards separated) Addressable Leds with different effects. Specs: Intel I7 6800k Asus x99m WS/SE Asus GTX 1070 Strix OC Asus Strix Soar Corsair Vengeance LED 4x8Gb 2666MHz Thermaltake Smart DPS G680W Kingston HyperX 480Gb SSD OCZ 120Gb SSD x2 1Tb + 1Tb + 1,75Tb HDDs Cooling and Case: Thermaltake Core x31 Thermaltake Riing 12 white x7 Thermaltake Pacific PT40-D5 Thermaltake Pacific R360 Radiator 25mm Thermaltake Pacific RL360 Radiator 60mm Thermaltake Pacific W1 CPU Water Block Thermaltake C1000 Opaque Coolant White Thermaltake V-Tubler PETG Tube 500mm (4 pack) x2 Thermaltake Pacific G14 PETG Tube 45-Degree Compression 16mm OD – Chrome Thermaltake Pacific G14 PETG Tube 90-Degree Compression 16mm OD – Chrome Thermaltake Pacific PETG Tube 90-Degree Dual Compression 16mm OD - Chrome EKWB EK-FC1080 GTX Strix - Nickel Video Links: Part 1: https://youtu.be/xlsNN1aSVkE Part 2: https://youtu.be/PBeThBlz1jw Part 3: https://youtu.be/5u4OKjJf4F8 Part 4: https://youtu.be/4ZYesJOcRIU
  5. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    Today I will show you the final pictures of the Thermaltake Core x9. My friend who ownes the build was kind enough to send me some photos. At the time I finished the build there was so many stress that I can´t made them myself. The sidepanels were removed for the photos in order to cancel the mirror effect. The sidepanels where rebuild with acrylic plates.
  6. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    My dear friends, we are approaching the end. Yesterday the Liquid has arrived and today I have prepared the system to fill. If the frame of the screen is painted, the front is completed. On the side walls I am already working. Tomorrow they will be painted. I hope you enjoy it.
  7. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    At moment I can´t find the time to OC my graphic card. Be sure I don´t forget you.
  8. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    It´s an Inno3D ref yes. But I set the powerlimit to 300W so i think it´s ok to burn under air cooler. I can test my 980gtx tomorrow.
  9. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    Hey, this build is for a good friend of mine. The motherboard, GPU, CPU, etc. are existing parts from his old PC. At moment I can´t say something about this. I will OC the hardware after finishing the PC. It isn´t only for aesthetics, I have a "old" 780Gtx, with a Aquacomputer water cooler. If I would try to run it with air the mosfets will be burned after less then 5 minutes..
  10. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    Today I once again taken the time to do something more. Currently there are to do a lot of other things, but the system needs to be done. A huge thanks go to Nanoxia! All angles, whether the G1 / 4 or 12/10 submitted by CoolForce, they have been put to me by Nanoxia. The quality of the fittings and angle is very good. The 12/10 fittings fit very great on the Tubes. Cables for GPUs and motherboard have been laid and adapted to the power supply inside. I hope you like my work.
  11. Guide: How to connect 9 Riing RGB fans to 1 controller box

    Here I have a small video to show the usage of some buttons for the controller. I´m sorry for the quality, it will be better in the future. https://youtu.be/GGbyAEh-49w best regards PaYFrog
  12. Guide: How to connect 9 Riing RGB fans to 1 controller box

    Hello, what exactly is going on with it? How many fans do you run with it an how do you connect it (Motherboard or PSU)? Thanks man, I have a lot of work at my house at moment but will try to Upload it fast.
  13. BuildLog - Thermaltake x9 (nameless; open for names..)

    I have a small update today. I have finished the cables for the graphic cards an the motherboard. The front of the case got a acryl plate wich fits very well.
  14. Guide: How to connect 9 Riing RGB fans to 1 controller box

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