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  • [Sponsored] AMD ThreadRipper 3960X Aorus Build by Duality92

    Hey guys, this is one of my builds for CES this year, both for Aorus, but here's the first one

    Thermaltake View 71 Modded (Removed parts, cable tucked, painted window, some vinyl work, shaved front I/O, etc.)
    Thermaltake 1200W ARGB
    32GB Ram RGB Aorus
    RTX 2080 Super Aorus Xtreme Waterblock
    SSD Aorus 1TB PCIE 4.0, NVME (Copper heatsink model, de-heatsinked)
    Thermaltake watercooling with PETG 16/12 and CPU/GPU in parallel
    CableMod power and power LED along with PCIE screws
    Fans are 140mm Riing Trio












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  • #2
    That's one nice build. Loving the green on this one. Like the fact you haved used dummy DIMMS for the full lighting aesthetic, looks great...not to mention calming for those with OCD lol.

    Great build
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    • #3
      Subbed for sure

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      • #4
        So purdy

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        • #5
          Looks great, I like the case and the mods you made to it. Strikes a fantastic balance between being bold and angular while still elegant.
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          • #6
            I have only just noticed on closer inspection that the case has fairly large gaps between the top tempered glass and side panel glass. Noticed this on a few other case designs as well. Now of course its all personal preference but I have always preferred "Closed" cases for my own builds but the semi open case design does lend itself to a semi futuristic look for a lack of better wording as it escapes me right now haha.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
              I have only just noticed on closer inspection that the case has fairly large gaps between the top tempered glass and side panel glass. Noticed this on a few other case designs as well. Now of course its all personal preference but I have always preferred "Closed" cases for my own builds but the semi open case design does lend itself to a semi futuristic look for a lack of better wording as it escapes me right now haha.
              Yeah that's kind of where I'm at as well. If the rest of the build/aesthetic lends to that look, then I quite like it, but I don't think I'd rock such a style myself. Maybe in the future, who knows.
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