5900x and 6900xt

1 : Anonymous2021/05/01 10:41 ID: n2fvgy
5900x and 6900xt
2 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:30 ID: gwj41l7

The Monsta push-pull on the bottom looks massive.

How are your fan speeds/noise and gpu temps? And what fans do you use?

ID: gwj52c7

Not OP, but the fans are Corsair ML120 PRO LED White

ID: gwjjkay

There's like $300 worth of fans alone in that case.

Those are decent fans though.

ID: gwkoh6a

And I thought that was a PSU shroud...

ID: gwkvast

It's very quiet I have an aquario 5 fan controller but it's not working right. Sometimes it makes the fans run max speed so I think it's broken. It can keep about 6-8c ambient delta water temp at around 1200rpm but still need to tune fans more. Gpu temps are good about 45-48C

ID: gwkzger

1200 (!) rpm with corsair fans is quiet for you? Wow. But the temps really seem to be good.

3 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:23 ID: gwj85r4

If I ever get divorced this will be my mid life crisis.

ID: gwjgr64

You could have a midlife crisis, build this, and achieve the divorce

ID: gwjidot

This is the way.

ID: gwk6hw6

Literally got divorced recently spent 10k on a pc that is so stupidly overkill, can confirm it was a great idea.

4 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:17 ID: gwj353z

I feel like HR Giger would approve

ID: gwjat5x

I‘m Swiss and yes, he would. I lived in the city in which the „Giger Bar“ is located. 🙂

5 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:55 ID: gwj5xd4

Is that a massive radiator on the bottom!? If so, where is your psu?

ID: gwj794b

This lian li case has the psu behind the motherboard tray iirc

ID: gwjiz4m

what case is this btw?

ID: gwjn7bb

Ah yes, with every o11d build posted here, theres always the "where is the psu?" comment (this is for satire no offense) just like how theres always the "yOu mOuNtEd tHe tUbEs wRoNg" comment on every single aio with tubes up mounted in front

ID: gwj6l3w

Probably under the radiator on the bottom, but I am just guessing

ID: gwjia98

It’s behind the mobo

6 : Anonymous2021/05/01 13:15 ID: gwjcphs

Weird aquarium

7 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:20 ID: gwj7wta

How many radiators do you want? Yes

8 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:42 ID: gwj9pqn

This is sick but I don't agree with the fan choice... I tried the Corsair ML120 Pro and thought they were unbearably noisy... unless you are just running them at low RPM.

ID: gwjhuef

He probably keep those fans under 1000 rpms under load, with that much radiator volume.

ID: gwji0d0

I dunno mate, I tried those fans and they were intolerable at that RPM. Noctua 12x25 are barely audible at the same RPM, they are just in a different league of quality.

9 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:48 ID: gwj5e9j

Wait, why is the 6900XT so thin?

ID: gwj5lyd


ID: gwj5npk

Where is the card itself? The entire body is missing!

10 : Anonymous2021/05/01 13:33 ID: gwjehnr

Ngl, had a techgasm

11 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:31 ID: gwj8s6o

What do you use this computer mostly for?

ID: gwjc1vb

YouTube and Minecraft

ID: gwjde8t

well I hope he is saving up for a 3990X and 128GB Ram with 3090 sli

12 : Anonymous2021/05/01 14:12 ID: gwjisha

Soft tubing is underrated for killer builds like this, it looks awesome! Did you upload this to builds.gg or pcpartpicker?

13 : Anonymous2021/05/01 16:30 ID: gwk1vqw

But where do you insert your penis?

14 : Anonymous2021/05/01 16:55 ID: gwk5gic

I went to a micro center in yonkers, they censord the prices and when i asked the price, "$2500".

15 : Anonymous2021/05/02 15:57 ID: gwobpe6

Omg bro that bottom rad is just ...beautiful 0.0

Side note, worst spot for the LianLi / De8auer plaque ever lol

16 : Anonymous2021/05/01 13:10 ID: gwjc98c

Eyecandy in this day and age. Generally how long do such custom watercooled systems last?

ID: gwjd6g0

They last the same as an air cooled system, just require some maintenance every year or so. The amount of maintenance depends mainly on how much prep you did such as flushing, tubing used, and the liquid.

The main maintenance item is you are combatting growth (think like an aquarium), and the cooling passages in the gp

blocks getting caked up. Color liquids are going to make maintenance much more required and difficult, with the trade off being eye candy.

ID: gwkrh7s

Personally I have had my full watercooled system running in the same case (just swap cp

/gpu) for 10 years now.

I have replaced a pump that died 1 time around 6 years in, I run dual pumps so I was never actually down.

I replaced a radiator that got a pinhole somehow, created a very slow leak, I'd call it a fluke.

I replaced the water each time I got a new component, every 2 years or so. I use a biocide and distilled water and the system isnt exposed to sunlight, no issues there.

When needed I replaced tubing, mostly due to components having different sizes when replaced.

Sometimes the blocks get dirty over time but I've never noticed a performance problem from that.

17 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:40 ID: gwj9lf1

Feel like that alpha cool radiator is a tad overkill but what do I know

ID: gwj9mbm

Great looking build though

18 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:53 ID: gwjaqng

I think a hamster that's been floating in formaldehyde would make a great addition inside that water tank.

19 : Anonymous2021/05/01 14:27 ID: gwjkn1r

Looks fantastic well done.

A pity though that it won’t max out Cyberpunk 2077.

ID: gwlvlh5

Maybe once amd comes out with their version of dlss

20 : Anonymous2021/05/01 16:29 ID: gwk1r0j

How is the 6900xt on water? I've heard great things, some even claim it feels more smooth than Nvidia's 30 series as in the frametimes are more stable

21 : Anonymous2021/05/01 16:38 ID: gwk32g3

All that liquid and chance for leakage would make me nervous lol

22 : Anonymous2021/05/01 17:07 ID: gwk7aj8

Bad build, 5900x, why not 5950x? Daddy said no?

ID: gwktpmv

Should have gone with the 5950 but I started with the 5800 and returned it to buy a somewhat expensive 5900 for around 700 on ebay

23 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:30 ID: gwj42na

Looks great

24 : Anonymous2021/05/01 11:48 ID: gwj5d34

Looks like some alien movie stuff

25 : Anonymous2021/05/01 12:12 ID: gwj77fq


ID: gwj8vue

There are connections at the top (straight) and bottom (right-angle) of the cooler. You can see it better if you zoom in.


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