A Big thank you and an honorable bow to Lian Li for stepping up and providing the Case and PSU for this.
A big thank you to Gigabyte and an Honorable bow for not only supplying the motherboard, but also supplying the keyboard, mouse and headset too.
A big thank you to Apacer and an honorable bow for supplying the memory, ssd’s and M2 drive for the build.
A Big thank you to Zotac and an honorable bow for supplying the GPU for the build.
A big thank you to the guys over at Intel for supplying the CPU for the rig an honorable bow of course for you guys too.
A big thank you to LG and an honourable bow for offering the support of supplying a monitor.
A big thank you to Bitspower and an honorable bow for sorting out the WC components.
A Big thank you goes out to master yoda over at MNPCTECH a big thank you and honorable bow for you sir.
A big thank you and another honorable bow goes to the Black Ice Disti here in the UK thank you for supplying the radiator.
Thank you to Nanoxia to who are the disti for Li-Heat cables for supplying the PCi-E riser
A Big thank you and an bow also goes out to Michael over at To The Wire for supplying the cables for this project.
A big thank you to Dremel for always being around for support on projects, be it bits or perishables that we go through on builds.
Thank you to Liquid.cool for supplying the fluid a bow to you guys too.
So let us start off with the first parts of this build, the case, psu and the gpu.
I will gather from this photo alone you will see that I have gone down the mini ITX route as I know their mum won’t want too much space taken up.
This case is Perfect for the build as it fits the small footprint in mind but also supports watercooling, although not the sort of stuff I want to put into the build lol, but hey I don’t see making it all fit being a big issue.
Also from Lian Li is the neat little PE – 750 SFX psu, this is quite a step up from the normal 600W SFX PSU’s I am used to seeing.
Still enough of a omphh to support the GPU.
Next onto the GPU, if anyone is not familiar with Zotac amp series here is what it looks like stock.
I will post some more tomorrow of the other parts that have turned up, then get onto the actual modding of the case, despite most of it being internal to support the hardware (d5 pump anyone squashed in there lol).
Thanks again to all involved.