There's several standard kits of 2x32gb which should work fine. 128gb is not doable with conventional boards, you need either registered or load reduced ram to have 64gb modules with current DDR4 density.
If you're up to a board upgrade there's an Asrock Rack ITX board with 4 sodimm slots, that...
Sorry for the long disappearance. It was completed, but not without a lot of challenges, a lot of revisions, and a lot of personal drama.
Here's the final pics:
Older pics of the previous revision and some hint of battlestation: Devotion Beta.
I had to disregard some...
UPDATE #2: Fan cables & LED's in the works
Work has been slow but steady.
I'm currently doing all the splitter cables for fans, LED's and the sorts. They still have to be sleeved of course!
It is a massive work but it's very important - using as less space as possible for cables is top...
UPDATE #1: Finally received the last hardware, work is getting done
Started doing the first tests with RGBW cables, using MDPC-X Transparency sleeve and MDPC-X transparent AWG15 wire.
The controller is a random addressable chinese one that can be controlled with an app. It's not bad, but it's a...
A huge ITX system that is all about beauty and raw power.
Supported by Watercool
Made with <3 by Enter Plasma
9900K & RTX 2080 with heavy OC in a Shift X
Custom, high end, high performance Watercooling
Custom RGBW Cables in MDPC-X Sleeve
"Fixing" the Phanteks...
Males are available only either to solder or push-in like the ones sold by Moddiy posted above.
The solder ones are used in the cable you posted in the OP, but they don't come with the plastic "cover". That is molded after the cable is done and it's tough to replicate at home unless you have...
I already bought some of those, actually even better quality. Those in the pictures are very ghetto :p
It was one of the ideas but it doesn't really work that well. Mainly because there is no difference in thickness between a very well bent Mini cable and a PCB.
Something really worth it would...
We have a few pretty interesting solutions in the works.
Won't confirm anything at the moment since it's still work in progress, but we might end up keeping more than just one option to give extra variety.