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[Sponsored] AMD ThreadRipper 3960X Aorus Build by Duality92


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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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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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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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