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I have run into a few issues with this build. One is that due to the amount of fans 17 @ 120mm and 1 @140mm. I found that the best way to manage the fans was with the Corsair Commander Pro x3. Which in an of itself caused some issues due to the fact that each of them required a motherboard USB 2.0 9-pin connections. Per corsair technical support i was told it is "required" that the commanders be plugged into the motherboard. The motherboard I have only provides only 2 on board USB 2.0 9-pin connections. I have attached the "schematic" of the way I have the commanders configured. In addition to the commander pro's that took up the two available motherboard 2.0 9-pin connections i was still left with a total of 6 USB 2.0 9-pin devices that I need to plug in. So i installed an internal USB 3.0 HUB using the secondary UBS Motherboard internal connection. I figured I would do this so i would be able to use the now available UBS ports to plug in the Liquid cooler and or the main power supply. According to Corsair customer support the computer would not be able to recognize the device plugged into the USB hum and it would not be able to be managed in Corsair Link. So if anyone has Suggestions, ideas, experience with this or a similar issue i would love the help. Secondary I have installed the TPM Module. Any guidance on the use and management of it would be greatly appreciated Lastly I have installed the Intel VROC premium Module. Any guidance on the use and management of it would be greatly appreciated. Intel dose not seem to have much. My Build.pdf
Bonjour a tous Je viens sur ce forum car j'ai bien l'intention d'acheter une super-tour Corsair Osbsidian 900D, mais malheureusement pour moi je ne trouve pas le moyen d'acheter les accessoires boitier qui vont avec. Ces accessoires sont : - 900D HDD Drive Cage (CC-8930108) - 900D HDD SATA Hot Swap Cable (CC-8930118) Alors j'espère qu'ici on me donnera une solution. Merci par avance
When I first saw the posting for the Gigabyte 30th Anniversary Liquid Cooling Mod Challenge I didn't know if I would have the requisite skills to compete effectively. After careful consideration and hours of thinking through many possible themes, I have decided to throw my hat into the arena and give this a shot. After looking throughout the Gigabyte site for theme inspiration, I saw the 30th anniversary logo and an idea was born. My project will be called "ÁPEIRO", which is Greek for 'Infinity'. The sponsors of this contest manufacture hardware that allows anyone to build an infinite array of PC designs. The designs are limited only by the imagination of the builder. So what better way to express this concept than one with a theme of 'Infinity'. I used Google Translate to look at all the possible translations for this word and the Greek version sounded simple and yet elegant. The case I will be using for this build will be the Corsair Obsidian 900D Super Tower. I did a previous mod build with this case and absolutely loved the versatility and craftsmanship provided. Unlike the previous mod, this one will be quite different. The interior will be gutted with the drive and 5.25" bays removed. I will fabricate a custom backplate with an integrated liquid reservoir and a custom midplate with RGB lighting. The video cards will be mounted vertically. The whole front panel assembly will be removed and replaced with a custom infinity mirror assembly to match the theme. The top panel assembly and lower side panels will also be replaced with custom vent covers with the 30th Anniversary logo. The color scheme is looking to be Blue and Black. All wiring will be sleeved to match the theme colors. Many of the concepts in this build will be a first for me and I look forward to the challenges that they will present. Here is a parts list of all the components in this build: Main Components: Case: Corsair Obsidian 900D Super Tower CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3 GHz LGA 2011-v3 Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X99P-SLI X99 Memory: 64GB Corsair Vengeance Blue LED DDR4 3000MHz (8 x 8GB) GPU: Gigabyte GV-N960XTREME-4GD GeForce GTX 960 SSD1: Samsung 950 Pro M.2 2280 512GB PCI-Express 3.0 SSD2: HyperX Savage 2.5" 480GB SATA III SSD3: HyperX Savage 2.5" 480GB SATA III PSU: Corsair RM1000i Modular Watercooling Components: CPU Block: EKWB EK-Supremacy EVO X99 Motherboard Block: EKWB EK-FB Kit GA X99 LE Pump: EKWB EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM Radiators: 2 x EKWB EK Coolstream 480 PE Quad 120mm Reservoir: Custom Fabricated Tubing: EKWB EK-ZMT 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Tubing: Mayhems Ultra Clear 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Fittings: Assorted Bitspower G1/4 Compression, 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD Miscellaneous Components: Fan - Radiator: 12 x Corsair ML120 Pro Blue LED 120mm PWM Magnetic Levitation Fans Fan - Front: 2 x Corsair ML120 Pro Blue LED 120mm PWM Magnetic Levitation Fans Fan - Rear: Corsair ML140 Pro Blue LED 140mm PWM Magnetic Levitation Fans PWM Splitter: Swiftech 8-Way PWM Splitter PWM Splitter: Silverstone 8-Way PWM Fan Hub Sleeving: Blue and Black Paracord http://i.imgur.com/ClqO4yX.jpg