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  • Part two of the gold build went live and you guys had a lot of construction, construction, all criticisms constructed construction.

  • And you guys made some pretty good points.

  • And and I said in that video, I was not happy with the way things were turning out with this build.

  • In fact, I've spent the whole morning so far, even though time is now, the time is right now.

  • Oh, yeah, it's noon.

  • I spent the whole morning again focusing and hyper port have purple light, high purple izing I provoked, focusing very hard about about the boy, the boy above the boy.

  • But as you can see, I moved those fittings that were on the top to the bottom of the radiator and move them on the back side closest to the motherboard trays.

  • So this is where the back of the cases right here and you can see it's a lot more hidden.

  • Your focal attention is sort of brought to the reservoir and the gold couple right here that's holding it to the radiator.

  • Speaking of radiator, you can see I switched it.

  • This is instead of being the 60 millimeter thick, 360 millimeter radiator from Ikea water blocks.

  • This is the cool stream C E.

  • That was the ex C, which stands for 60 mil thick.

  • This is the C E, which is, like 45 mil thick or 40 mill somewhere around there.

  • And then, um, the S E is a slim, which is the 30 mil thick.

  • So I have none of the 2 80 we're gonna using 140 millimeter fans on that.

  • We've got four or five of these that are actually going in this case, so we're gonna see how far we can get on this today.

  • Maybe get some pipes bent, and I also want to paint the shroud on this radiator.

  • This one's got a very rough texture to it, which is why these aren't really scratches as much as it's picked up.

  • Just, well, scratches.

  • But I digress so we can paint this and make it match, and then it will definitely bring a lot more attention to the gold aspects of the case.

  • A lot of you guys also commented on why there's so many different shades of gold happening.

  • Well, that's because for whatever reason, every single brand that we've had a gold products and to us is used a different tent of gold, whatever, as long as it's ah, mostly gold.

  • I'm cool with it.

  • So, yeah, let's see how far we can actually get today going to start by painting the radiator.

  • So a lot of people don't know this about E.

  • K.

  • Water blocks is this is just a shroud on the core of the radiators.

  • So here's what it looks like.

  • Obviously, with all the gold paint on there, that's gold, gold, gold.

  • So I'm trying to figure out my to being run now.

  • Like I said, this is my outlet from the pump, and it doesn't necessarily need to have the double nineties on there I just stuck those on there for an idea.

  • But I've got to get from there to here on this side.

  • And what really would have made more sense is if I had flipped the block over 1 80 So if I come straight up from this fitting right here, it's going to the tube.

  • Will impact on the side here.

  • It's not offset enough.

  • So I'm gonna put this 45 on there with this 90 up like this.

  • So it sort of offsets.

  • That's why I keep a lot of these various angles on hand.

  • 40 fives.

  • Nineties.

  • So the 45 coming off of there and then using the double Rotary 90 we can offset it from that.

  • Now we can come up and do.

  • Our thing is we need.

  • So I'm thinking this is just gonna come straight out and go over and down if I don't say so myself.

  • So we got to somehow figure out to get from all the way back there, I lined it all up on the wrong fitting.

  • This one was supposed to go in that one.

  • So I think I'm gonna have to I think I'm gonna have to flip the block.

  • Okay?

  • It just went It just went to boot.

  • Hey, see?

  • It's okay.

  • Barely clears right there, like 1234 90 degree fittings.

  • But, hey, it works.

  • So I touched up the scratches around that gold panel goes in the back, which means I have to take this all out now, including the radiator to get it in there.

  • Which we have plenty of opportunity for me to screw this up in some way And one of the most common things I get comment wise.

  • When people see this, anything it crosses over the ram is well, cool, J How are you gonna change your ram?

  • You don't need a lot of room to get ramming it out.

  • I mean, it's not It's not really that hard.

  • Don't be afraid to run things over the top of your ram.

  • You have a a few millimeters.

  • They're to be ableto lift it out of the socket.

  • You can then turn it and take it out.

  • So some people might be wondering Chill.

  • Why are you going with a 1600 watt power supply?

  • That's such overkill.

  • Well, the Titans are pretty power hungry when you over clock them, you're gonna get about 332 350 watts of power draw.

  • We also have a 79 80 XY XY.

  • And here we plan on doing a little bit over clock.

  • You with that will pull 807 108 100 by itself.

  • So you do the math on that.

  • We're gonna be pulling under load over 1000 watts.

  • And it's also the reason, I say, over 1000 watts.

  • You can't just add those numbers together because the CPU 100% load the GPS won't be because the sea if you can't handle a GP load if it's doing stuff, The other reason is just the efficiency curve.

  • Power supplies are most efficient around 50 60% and I want to just keep it.

  • Is attrition as possible?

  • Let's be honest.

  • The next step down, quite honestly, is around the 1200.

  • What?

  • Mark and I just wanna make sure I have more than I need, because the power supply is not going to supply more than is being drawn.

  • I've had a lot of people say, G, you can't force 1600 watts, and now you're gonna blow it up.

  • You can tell who's definitely never really played around with High end hardware Understands how the electricity draw works.

  • Um, it's only gonna pull what it needs, so, yeah, but this is the E J 1600 t to this, a titanium and all the cable that leads from cable mod are sleeved to this because it is a full modular.

  • They're just gonna plug it back here.

  • I do have to get out one Molex cable, though, because I knew that the pump that I had got was a state a pump.

  • But remember, at the start of this build, I showed you guys how I end up having to switch to the D.

  • C, which is a molex means use one ugly cable.

  • Okay, so we're officially at the point of Well, not really no return, but definitely inconvenient return, because I've taken the drives out of my workstation.

  • Now, upstairs, this is just a four gigabyte.

  • That's a gig.

  • So four terabyte drive a C gate.

  • Barracuda, Barracuda.

  • It's a bear cuda.

  • The storage it goes into this machine is gonna matter as much.

  • This is a 960 gigabytes.

  • Hyper X um, savage.

  • Dr.

  • Apparently, I'm smarter than I thought because I thought I didn't order Molex, but I did.

  • So once we get the power supply in here and then get the wiring all handled, then we can fire it up.

  • I know the parts individually.

  • Work the graphics cards.

  • We've tested the CPU.

  • We've used the ram.

  • We've used another builds.

  • The only thing I have not actually tested and did a boot test with on this is the motherboard.

  • And as much as I love a Seuss, I've had some motherboard issues with them in the past that have caused me to literally pull hair out.

  • So my figures across on that.

  • So Okay, let's just get this all done and we'll come back when it's working.

  • I don't wanna talk about it.

  • You have to explain it to the E.

  • I got my flow backwards.

  • I got my flow backwards.

  • You guys remember when I was like, Oh, wait.

  • I did this to Bronco men, idiot.

  • No, I was an idiot.

  • The second time.

  • Not the first time.

  • The first time I thought I was an idiot.

  • I wasn't the idiot.

  • Immediate.

  • Now, not the first time because I forgot we went out of the pump into the red, which means this needed to go into the inn on the pump exactly as we thought it should.

  • And then I was like, Wait a minute.

  • I thought that was the out.

  • And so we've filled it right now or start to feel it.

  • We realized it's flowing backwards.

  • Ah, all right.

  • I fixed it.

  • Now we could do the film montage, get it filled.

  • So we've got our 18 course 79 80 XY.

  • This is a 99 but it's the first Gen 18 core.

  • And it is not Stoddard, but it is delighted as you saw.

  • And we've got a weird mix of thermal pace.

  • We've got K p x underneath the eye HS, and we've got MX four on top, which is definitely not the way it should be.

  • Because, Siri, how many times we've had to take the block off.

  • I used the last of my K p X that I had in that tube.

  • But anyway, open anyone.

  • So whatever.

  • I have got hardware monitor up right now.

  • We're running at 4.5 on all course.

  • We're only running at one point to win votes, so it's not a whole lot of voltage, but it is stable.

  • In fact, we were going to show you right now, said Aumentaron.

  • If you wanna compare your scores something to keep in mind to end like this.

  • The package.

  • It's 81 82 but the chorus nothing ramps up, turned into a tornado sitting in the sixties and seventies on the core.

  • Our score 4438.

  • Let's go and do this So I'm gonna say that score.

  • Let's load up some three D mark and let's see what our three d mark times by extreme stories.