[INNO3D community builds] Dustin's water-cooled gaming rig!!!

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  1. INNO3DMax

    INNO3DMax New Member Staff Member

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    Today we introduce you to BetterCallSaol51's water-cooled gaming rig . All in all, assembling all the components took several days.

    In addition to the INNO3D 3090 iChill X4, the following components were also used for the hardware:

    Mainboard : MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE
    CPU : AMD Ryzen 9 5950x
    RAM : 64 GB Corsair RAM
    Hard drives : 2 TB and 1 TB NVMe's

    The system is cooled by a Alphacool water cooling.

    A short interview with the Builder.

    Dustin is 27 years old and has been tinkering with PCs for what feels like an eternity. Video games have been an integral part of his life since the release of the PS1. In addition to his family and small son, Dustin is currently spending his time with Hell let Loose, Insurgency, GTA 5 and Forza Horizon 5.

    Why did you choose the INNO3D 3090 iChill X4 for your build?

    On the one hand because of the extremely attractive design. But I was also completely convinced by the performance. In addition, thanks to a custom bios, I managed to get even more power out of the card. Despite the custom BIOS, I never had any problems. The INNO3D 3090 iCHill X4 always ran like a Swiss watch!

    If you could choose one card from the INNO3D range, regardless of budget, what would it be?

    Of course I would take an INNO3D 3090 Ti. Here I not only get a brutal performance for my money but also a brutal design ;-) A detailed test of the INNO3D GeForce RTX 3090 Ti from Hardwareluxx can be found https://www.hardwareluxx.de/index.p...-kaum-inno3d-geforce-rtx-3090-ti-im-test.html .

    What advice would you give to beginners looking to add liquid cooling to their gaming rig for the first time?

    Basically, you should first keep an eye on the costs. Many gamers miscalculate here if they lack the necessary experience. I've often seen builders having to sell their half-finished PC because they ran out of money. If you want to build a computer with plenty of RGB lighting, you should be careful not to mix manufacturers. The INNO3D GPUs can also score here. The current INNO3D graphics card generation is compatible with all common providers.

    You also want your gaming RIG to be featured? No problem! Just write me a PM.
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  2. IvanV

    IvanV HH Assassin Guild Member

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    Sweet rig! I prefer a single colour lighting (or one slowly changing solid colour) to a rainbow-like effect. When I saw the first two photos, I thought "Well, nice, but I've seen builds like that...". Then I got to the unlit photo and thought "Siiic!", the white really looks good. So, as I said, I'd go for a solid colour even when lit. :)
     
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    arb65912 Well-Known Member

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    Wow, great rig!!! Enjoy!
     
  4. Judas

    Judas Obvious Closet Brony Pony

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    these case designs are more cosmetically designed then they are practical... in the few cases in which i tested them, they were functionally worse than flow through designs.... IMO i greatly dislike it. Then again liquid cooling is terrible anyways.
     
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    Mr Cairo DREDD do You require backup .... NO

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    Thats a pretty damn fine 3D Mark score.
     

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