Another project is now complete with the final part of Rebellion now all done. To say this project has been delayed would be an understatement and I am just so happy that it’s finally finished. The final spec on this one is as follows;
- Antec P120 Crystal Case
- Antec HCG 750W PSU
- Antec Prizm 120mm Case Fans and Controller
- Intel 8086K
- ASUS Z390-H Gaming Motherboard
- Seagate FireCuda 510 1Tb NVME SSD
- 16Gb TeamGroup Delta RGB RAM
- Powercolor Red Devil 5700XT
- Custom Alphacool Loop inc. 240 and 360mm Radiators
- Custom 3D Printed GPU mount, Reservoir Holder, cable combs and Logo Panel
This is the first time I have gone with a parallel loop and I am really pleased with the final look. I wanted to show off the Alphacool GPU block and by going parallel and hiding the runs behind the card has let me really bring it to the front. The PowerColor Red Devil 5700XT, with a cut-down backplate, really sets off the build.
The custom GPU mount and dual reservoir holder add another element to the build, subtle but functional and I think its the little parts on this one that really set it off. These Antec Prizm fans really do push airflow and with both a 240 and 360 radiator, there’s more than enough cooling for the GPU and 8086K. Coolant is all Alphacool show coolant so that will need replacing now the final pics are all done.
I had planned to add in some etched panels but given how it looks I didn’t want to interfere with the view of the dual res from the front of the case, or side panel. Antec did include some LED strips as part of the fan package but its too much, the Prizms provide more than enough RGB on this one. I added in all custom cable combs for the individually sleeved cables and the only part I am not quite happy with is the logo panel. I tried to bring over the ASUS font but I think its missing something, I am not quite sure what but overall it’s a lovely-looking system.
I’ve yet to test this one out as I have been so busy with work but I am sure I will follow it up, Elements of this are going into another build quite soon and so I need to crack on, luckily I now have 3 weeks off so there’s plenty of time for that. As always I am so grateful to all my partners, in particular, Antec and PowerColor on this one, and its a big shout out to them. Initially, Antec sent over the parts for this build before Christmas, and fortunately, PowerColor was willing to join me as I finally started to make some progress.
So thats another one done, hope you followed along, now to leave you with a timelapse of th build and some little pics!