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Hey Guys! Got another incoming project in partner with EVGA, CoolerMaster, Zadak511 and Thermaltake! CoolerMaster was generous enough to throw in one of their most gorgeous computer case, the MasterCase Maker 5T! And I will be calling this project "OverDrive". This is one of the things that I love about this piece of gorgeousness, the top handle. And here's a few more photos of this gorgeousness. EVGA showed their awesomeness again with their support by sending in some of their awesome hardware! I'll be using some of Thermaltake's newest fittings, the Pacific M-Pro fittings. And here's their new Digital Temperature Sensor/Indicator fitting. And here is the second reason why I am soooooo pumped with this project. I will be using a pair of bad-ass looking RAM from ZADAK511. Shield RGB DDR4 16gb RAM! These looks awesome out of the box! Well, the unboxing of it was a puzzle but yet one of the most amazing unboxing I have ever experienced. When I opened the box up, I was surprised that there were some compartments/dividers. I'm like, "wuuuuuuuut is this??" So I started pulling them out and then, well, see for yourself. The thing came with patches, a lanyard, some gloves and a SSD! In case you were wondering "I thought it was supposed to be DDR4 RAM?", well, that's exactly what came into my head when I opened it up. Remember what I said above that the unboxing experience of this was a puzzle? The DDR4 RAM were carefully hidden on top. There was a piece of cardboard that you need to pull aaaaaaaand... Don't they look amazing? So after pulling all those out, I thought that was everything, buuuuuuuut! I accidentally pulled the piece of box where the RAMs where sitting, and what I found was just amazing. It came with Google VR Cardboard! After discovering the VR cardboard, I have spent probably 20 more minutes trying to see if there are more hidden loots in that small box. But sadly, that was all. But still, the loots that came with the box really surprised me. Well, there's more photos to come but that's it for me for now. See you guys in the next update! Ciao!
Welcome to my now complete build log. Hardware is: CoolerMaster Cosmos 2 airbrushed case 2 x EVGA GTX 980's SLI watercooled Asus ROG Rampage V Extreme X99 watercooled Intel i7 5930k @ 4.5GHZ watercooled 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666mhz DDR4 Corsair AX1200i Samsung 850 Pro SSD boot 256GB 2 X 1 TB WD 10,000 RPM VELOCIRAPTORS in RAID 0 - Games 1 X 4 TB WD 7,200 RPM Green - Media Pioneer BDR-S09XLT 16x SATA Internal Blu-Ray Writer 2 x EK Full Nickel GTX 980 Waterblocks EK full nickel Evo Elite CPU Waterblock 2 x Bitspower pump and res combo, upgrade kit and mod tops (black sparkle and acrylic) All bitspower Black Sparkle fittings 2 X Alphacool D5 pumps ALL ACRYLIC TUBING 1 x 360 Alphacool Rad 1x 240 Alphacool Rad 6 x 120mm Noctua PWM Black fans 1 X 140mm Noiseblocker PK2 Fan 2 X 120mm Noiseblocker PK2 Fans LED's Various Mods Mnoctech 120mm Overkill PC Fan Grill Rings, http://mnpctech.com/pc-computer-cooling-fans-grills-custom/overkill-aluminum-mnpctech-skull-arc-reactor-fan-flames-sniper-pc-gaming-honeycomb-grills/120mm-overkill-ring-pc-fan-grill.html Mnpctech Cooler Master Cosmos II Clear Side panel, http://mnpctech.com/mnpctech-clear-case-pc-panels/cooler-master-cosmos-ii-panel.html I decided to go for an acylic top mid plate (10mm thick) due to the strength this would offer and for the support it would have for the two pumps and res I will be mounting to it. I am only running this plate up to the HDD cage as I need those cages for all my drives and I couldn't figure out a clean way to do this without it looking ugly. The last quarter of that mid section will be concealed.