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Ryzen 7 3700x / RTX 3060TI / ARGB LED / 44" 144Hz Wide-screen Curved Gaming PC

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strongst

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My setup as follows(all custom built, for gaming, video cut, 3D CAD, foto etc...):

- Sharkoon TG5 + 6 ARGB Enermax 120mm fans
- MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
- G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3200 Kit
- AMD Ryzen 7 3700X @ Ryzen 3000 OC Bracket by der8auer (Temp is always ~10°C lower)
- MSI 8GB D6 RTX 3060 Ti Ventus 2X OC @ GPU Clock=1850Mhz, Memory Clock=7070Mhz
- Corsair Force MP510 240 GB, SSD NvME M.2
- Samsung MZ-V7E1T0BW 970 EVO 1 TB NVMe M.2
- Western Digital WD10EFRX 1 TB 3.5 SATA III
- Western Digital WD5000BHTZ VelociRaptor 500GB
- Samsung SSD 840 Basic 120 GB 2.5
- Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB 2.5
- EVGA 750 G6(picture shows old Enermax Cyberbron)
- Enermax Liqmax III ARGB 360 mm
- Custom addressable RGB ARGB led strips
- Custom cable sleeves Red/Black

👉Video👈

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The 3060TI is overclocked, some benchmark pics:
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mit Enermax Cyberbron_1.PNG


mit Enermax Cyberbron_2.PNG


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Here are the input/output devices:
- Lenovo P44w-10 with H/K USB-C Speaker and LG 24GM79G-B
- Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK3 with red switches
- Victsing gaming mouse(12€) or my Microsoft Sidewinder Laser
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My setup as follows(all custom built, for gaming, video cut, 3D CAD, foto etc...):

- Sharkoon TG05
- MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
- G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3200 Kit
- AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
- MSI 8GB D6 RTX 3060 Ti Ventus 2X OC
- Corsair Force MP510 240 GB, SSD NvME M.2
- Samsung MZ-V7E1T0BW 970 EVO 1 TB NVMe M.2
- Western Digital WD10EFRX 1 TB 3.5 SATA III
- Western Digital WD5000BHTZ VelociRaptor 500GB
- SAMSUNG SSD 2.5 850 EVO 500GB
- Enermax Cyberbron 700W
- Enermax Liqmax III ARGB 360 mm
- Custom addressable RGB led strips including 6 ARGB Enermax 120mm fans
- Custom cable sleeves Red/Black

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The 3060TI is overclocked, some benchmark pics:
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Here are the input/output devices:
- Lenovo P44w-10 with H/K USB-C Speaker and LG 24GM79G-B
- Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK3 with red switches
- Victsing gaming mouse(12€) or my Microsoft Sidewinder Laser
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WOW that's amazing
 

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My setup as follows(all custom built, for gaming, video cut, 3D CAD, foto etc...):

- Sharkoon TG05
- MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
- G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3200 Kit
- AMD Ryzen 7 3700X @ Ryzen 3000 OC Bracket by der8auer (Temp is always ~10°C lower)
- MSI 8GB D6 RTX 3060 Ti Ventus 2X OC @ GPU Clock=1850Mhz, Memory Clock=7070Mhz
- Corsair Force MP510 240 GB, SSD NvME M.2
- Samsung MZ-V7E1T0BW 970 EVO 1 TB NVMe M.2
- Western Digital WD10EFRX 1 TB 3.5 SATA III
- Western Digital WD5000BHTZ VelociRaptor 500GB
- SAMSUNG SSD 2.5 850 EVO 500GB
- Enermax Cyberbron 700W
- Enermax Liqmax III ARGB 360 mm
- Custom addressable RGB led strips including 6 ARGB Enermax 120mm fans
- Custom cable sleeves Red/Black

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Your cable management is amazing, sir!
 

strongst

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A few days after the 3060ti release I looked on pccg (Aussie retailer) I had my cash there ready to buy. ($1000AUD). I looked for the cheapest sale, finding one for $749 and I dropped it thinking it was too expensive and not worth it... BOOIIII I was stupid. 6 months later and I'm still crying I didn't just get it.

You build is mean af tho. Amazing job. I would defo look at some gas monitor stands tho and trying to get a similar sized monitor (height wise) to that super mega juicer ultrawide you got there.
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A few days after the 3060ti release I looked on pccg (Aussie retailer) I had my cash there ready to buy. ($1000AUD). I looked for the cheapest sale, finding one for $749 and I dropped it thinking it was too expensive and not worth it... BOOIIII I was stupid. 6 months later and I'm still crying I didn't just get it.

You build is mean af tho. Amazing job. I would defo look at some gas monitor stands tho and trying to get a similar sized monitor (height wise) to that super mega juicer ultrawide you got there.
🤩
I bought it for just 529€ in 12/2020. Today I can sell it for 700+€ if I wish. That is really crazy and mostly driven by the mining scene :confused:
Really nice curved ThinkVision monitor. I think the screen is now so wide that you really need at least three computer mice 🤣
Haha, no, they're for 2 notebooks connected to the monitor as well. The monitor itself isn't that big compared to 55" ones from Samsung for example. Those are really beasts and I don't like it cause you have to sit farer away compared to the 44" with 3840x1200 resolution. Also the fact, that it has much more possibilities to connect devices and charge them too.
 

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The cables are indeed stuffed at the back of the case and there's no space at all. The side panel sits tide as well due to the cables 😁
Yeah I can see its quite a bundle lol

Once you get rid of those SATA drives you can definitely make some more room.

Hopefully I will get round to posting my build soon, just waiting for a GPU to come along.
 

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This is a great video on how not to mount your AIO:

Yeah I know this, but since I don't recognize any strange behavior(vaporized cooling liquid) I won't turn the radiation upside down cause this requires that I cut out some parts of the lower case otherwise the fittings won't fit into the lower case 😁
 
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    My setup as follows(all custom built, for gaming, video cut, 3D CAD, foto etc...):

    - Sharkoon TG5 + 6 ARGB Enermax 120mm fans
    - MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
    - G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3200 Kit
    - AMD Ryzen 7 3700X @ Ryzen 3000 OC Bracket by der8auer (Temp is always ~10°C lower)
    - MSI 8GB D6 RTX 3060 Ti Ventus 2X OC @ GPU Clock=1850Mhz, Memory Clock=7070Mhz
    - Corsair Force MP510 240 GB, SSD NvME M.2
    - Samsung MZ-V7E1T0BW 970 EVO 1 TB NVMe M.2
    - Western Digital WD10EFRX 1 TB 3.5 SATA III
    - Western Digital WD5000BHTZ VelociRaptor 500GB
    - Samsung SSD 840 Basic 120 GB 2.5
    - Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB 2.5
    - EVGA 750 G6(picture shows old Enermax Cyberbron)
    - Enermax Liqmax III ARGB 360 mm
    - Custom addressable RGB ARGB led strips
    - Custom cable sleeves Red/Black

    👉Video👈

    Screenshot_20210626-203002.jpg

    Screenshot_20210628-204100.jpg


    Screenshot_20210626-203046__01.jpg



    The 3060TI is overclocked, some benchmark pics:
    1.PNG


    mit Enermax Cyberbron_1.PNG


    mit Enermax Cyberbron_2.PNG


    2.PNG



    Here are the input/output devices:
    - Lenovo P44w-10 with H/K USB-C Speaker and LG 24GM79G-B
    - Sharkoon Skiller Mech SGK3 with red switches
    - Victsing gaming mouse(12€) or my Microsoft Sidewinder Laser
    Screenshot_20210626-204251__01.jpg
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    Your cable management is amazing, sir!

    That's what I think so to
    Thank's, cables can be easy hidden on the glass side, nice holes overall
    Screenshot_20210628-204100.jpg


    but if you mean the back of the case, it looks more like a over stuffed box😅 Not so much place for all the hardware and cables, especially when you have a non modular power supply 😐
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    A few days after the 3060ti release I looked on pccg (Aussie retailer) I had my cash there ready to buy. ($1000AUD). I looked for the cheapest sale, finding one for $749 and I dropped it thinking it was too expensive and not worth it... BOOIIII I was stupid. 6 months later and I'm still crying I didn't just get it.

    You build is mean af tho. Amazing job. I would defo look at some gas monitor stands tho and trying to get a similar sized monitor (height wise) to that super mega juicer ultrawide you got there.
    🤩
    I bought it for just 529€ in 12/2020. Today I can sell it for 700+€ if I wish. That is really crazy and mostly driven by the mining scene :confused:
    Really nice curved ThinkVision monitor. I think the screen is now so wide that you really need at least three computer mice 🤣
    Haha, no, they're for 2 notebooks connected to the monitor as well. The monitor itself isn't that big compared to 55" ones from Samsung for example. Those are really beasts and I don't like it cause you have to sit farer away compared to the 44" with 3840x1200 resolution. Also the fact, that it has much more possibilities to connect devices and charge them too.
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    My setup as follows(all custom built, for gaming, video cut, 3D CAD, foto etc...):

    - Sharkoon TG05
    - MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
    - G.Skill DIMM 32 GB DDR4-3200 Kit
    - AMD Ryzen 7 3700X @ Ryzen 3000 OC Bracket by der8auer (Temp is always ~10°C lower)
    - MSI 8GB D6 RTX 3060 Ti Ventus 2X OC @ GPU Clock=1850Mhz, Memory Clock=7070Mhz
    - Corsair Force MP510 240 GB, SSD NvME M.2
    - Samsung MZ-V7E1T0BW 970 EVO 1 TB NVMe M.2
    - Western Digital WD10EFRX 1 TB 3.5 SATA III
    - Western Digital WD5000BHTZ VelociRaptor 500GB
    - SAMSUNG SSD 2.5 850 EVO 500GB
    - Enermax Cyberbron 700W
    - Enermax Liqmax III ARGB 360 mm
    - Custom addressable RGB led strips including 6 ARGB Enermax 120mm fans
    - Custom cable sleeves Red/Black

    View attachment 5348439

    View attachment 5348441

    T

    Your cable management is amazing, sir!