- Jan 29, 2018
Hello everyone!I want to show my watercooled build. This PC based on a custom case "observer slim" by Kviker and external radiator mo-ra3 360LT, which is placed in the loggia.
Current desktop look.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700
MB: Asus rog strix x370-i gaming
GPU: Sapphire Radeon r9 nano
RAM: HyperX Predator 3000mhz 2x16gb kit
ST: Corsair MP500 240gb m2 NVMe + 2 sata (120+240gb)
PSU: Silverstone SX700-LPT
CPU: Heatkiller IV
GPU: Bykski monoblock
Rad.: MO-RA 360 LT
Pump: D5 Vario+ЕК Top, Barrow DDC +barrow top and res
Con: EK-Tube ZMT 10x16, 10x16 Feser tube, q-freeze and EK fittings, quick-disc. fittings Koolance
The main target of this build is creating the max cooled and at the same time quiet (preferably zero noise) PC.
Just one screenshot from OW for show temp:
CPU work on 4ghz (1,35v), GPU have modified BIOS and can eatting 400 watt + overclocked(1100\500mhz), RAM work on 3200mhz (16-18-18-38).
Average temps in gaming: 19-23c CPU, 18-22c GPU.
Average temps in stresstest (aida64+unique): 33-35c CPU, 28-33c GPU.
During testing on the street around 0° C, in the loggia 8° C, in the room 26-28° C. The liquid in the circuit has a temperature of about 13 ° C during games and 20 ° C in stresstesting.
With noise, the situation is more controversial. While working (I'm working in Photoshop and Vegas), I'm in total silence, because there is not a single movable element in the case (all the moving cooling parts are in the loggia, and the power supply has a semi-passive mode). But during gaming, the fan in the power supply wakes up and breaks the silence. It's still much quieter than almost any normal PC, but still not complete silence. The second source of noise when gaming is VRM zone on CPU. But in the future, GPU will be updated to a newer one.
Time for photospam!
I'm done with building in case (up to the release of the next generation of video cards), but cooling module now in alpha version. I don't care about look of this at all now, but planned upgrade this in future.
That's all I wanted to show you today. Thanks for watching and sorry for bad english!