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PaYFrog Customs last won the day on March 14 2017

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  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. At moment I can´t find the time to OC my graphic card. Be sure I don´t forget you.
  8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.
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