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G.Skill announced DDR4 RGB Trident Z at CES 2017. The modules require NO ADDITIONAL WIRING (unlike others out there). Here is a link with more info and G.Skill's Press Release. G.Skill Trident Z is already available HERE at Newegg! Also, check out the RGB lighting functions in this official G.Skill Video.
doesntevenMATer posted a topic in Member WorklogsMy first water cooling build was a roller coaster of a learning experience to say the least. It seems like every time I'd get a package of parts in the mail I'd realize that I'm missing yet another piece or I'd find some new component that I absolutely had to have. When all was said and done I called my baby GrayGhost. After finishing "him" I began browsing the modding forums and getting the itch to do a case mod. This is my first attempt to mod a case into something that carries my design aesthetic and hopefully keeps a decent build quality although modding with limited tools and space is always a huge obstacle. GrayGhost 1.0 I am a designer by trade so I am planning on building a system that is a bit different and interesting yet manages to remain understated and quiet. Recently the Parvum R1.0 and Corsair 600C have caught my eye because of their inverted motherboard layout. The only problem being money is tight and I told myself I would not buy a new case until after the Broadwell-E processors are released. Until then I dug around I realized I already owned a Define R5 and a Cooler Master Elite 110. I wouldn't have any issues chopping up either of them since they were only collecting dust. Needless to say, due to size restraints, I decided to begin a modding project using the Fractal Design Define R5. Hardware: Case: Fractal Design Define R5 CPU: Intel i7-4770k Mobo: Asus Z97-AR RAM: G.Skill Sniper 16GB 1866 DDR3 (2x8GB) GPU: Asus GTX 970 Strix (x2) SSD: Samsung 950 Pro M.2 512GB SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD: Samsung 840 EVO 120GB HDD: Western Digital Green 3TB PSU: Corsair AX860 CPU Block: EK Supremacy EVO - nickel GPU Block: EK Full-Cover - nickel (x2) GPU Backplate: EK retention backplate - black (x2) Radiators: Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis 280GTS (x2) Fans: Noctua NF-P14s Redux-1200 PWM - 140mm (x6) Reservoir: Barrow quartz glass - 170mm Pump: EK D5 vario Top: EK-XTOP Revo - Plexi Fittings: EK & Barrow - matte black Tubing: Alphacool HardTube 10/12mm Carbon Coolant: Mayhems X1 - custom mixed color Lighting: Darkside Connect UV LED's & NZXT Hue+
drougnor posted a topic in ReviewsWhen G.Skill came on the scene, they rapidly became known for providing excellent computer memory at prices that were amazingly low compared to the competition. To this day, they have kept that trend going, challenging the other big manufacturers to keep their prices competitive and give us, the end user, a wonderful selection of rock solid memory to put into our boxes. Check out the full article HERE.
Hello everyone! My name is Martin Katler aka "SKRiPT", a case modder from Slovakia, but this is the first time I post a worklog on the msi forum. Here's my latest project: Project Monochromatic My goal for this mod is to present a beautiful contrast black & white on the theme of the MSI Krait Gaming series (MSI Z170 KRAIT GAMING). The hardware: MB: MSI Z170A Krait Gaming CPU: Intel Core i5-6600K Cooler: Thermaltake NIC C4 GPU: MSI GTX 960 2GD5T OC RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V: DDR4 3000MHz 8GB Case: Thermaltake Versa H35 Fans: Thermaltake Riing 12 White PSU: Thermaltake TR2 500W Gold Let's begin! More photos coming very soon! Components▼ All hardware in detail. Motherboard: MSI Z170A Krait Gaming & Intel Core i5-6600K GPU: MSI GTX 960 2GD5T OC RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V: DDR4 3000MHz 8GB Cooler: Thermaltake NIC C4 PSU: Thermaltake TR2 500W Gold Fans: Thermaltake Riing 12 White Case: Thermaltake Versa H35 Please stay tunned for more info soon... This week I want to start with modding(painting, cutting plexiglass, etc).
Mosquito posted a topic in Member WorklogsVictorian Desktop My wife’s laptop is no longer working happily, so she’s asked for a desktop. Well, I can’t leave well enough alone, so why would I build her one in a stock case (of which I have several laying around), when I could do another scratch build project?! This case will be another wooden scratch build, as many of my projects are. I have some old cast iron pieces that will be incorporated into this project as well. It’s going to be built out using solid mahogany, and will be finished in a way to emulate a lifetime of use. I don’t really want it to look brand new, as the cast iron parts are not, and we like the look of them as they are. A special thanks to G.Skill for sponsoring the memory for this project!