Ghost S1 AIO XTREME

H2oGhost

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Hi to all to all of you.

Since my old PC (and the only one I had) got ditched Im now looking into build a new gaming/workstation rig.
Long story short I want the best of 2 Worlds. Small volume and extremly overpowered.
So what I have been looking into is the following parts and if the measurments is correct it should fit.
But the rise a few questions regarding airflow.

Lets see what parts goes into this build, shall we.

1x Louqe Ghost S1 Limestone
2x Louqe Ghost S1 TopHat L
4x Noctua NF-F12 120mm PWM alt. Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-2000 120mm PWM
1x Silverstone SX800-LTI 800W allt. Corsair SF750 (If 750w enough)
1x Gigabyte X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI
1x AMD Ryzen 9 3950X Processor 16 cores / 32 threads / 4,7GHz
1x Corsair Hydro H100i RGB Platinum
1x Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3600MHz
1x Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB m.2
1x Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1Tb m.2
1x Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Aorus Waterforce XTREME (AIO Ver.)

I have not seen a Ghost s1 build like this done before so this would be the first what I know of.
So here is a thought that hit me regarding this build. Should I put all fans on exhaust and just let the sidepanels have natural
intake of fresh air or should I have bottom radiator (gpu) as intake and top radiator (cpu) as exhaust? Another thing is PSU req. for this.
Most 2080ti req. like 650w psu exeption is this GPU that apperently wants a 750w. Should I go with the more expencive silverstone or should a Corsair SF750 be more then enough? Either CPU or GPU will be overclocked.

Thank you in advance for constructive inputs :-)
 

rfarmer

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It will work, also be really tall. The Corsair SF750 should be more than enough.
 

H2oGhost

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Thank you, I have also been looking into the none aio version and custom loop with dual 240mm still in use.