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Hi everyone! I hope you are staying safe and healthy Until today, I was using my B700 V2 (RS-700-ACAB-B1) to power up the following system: Intel Xeon E3-1245 v2 (close to i7-3770) 16Gb HyperX Fury DDR3 1600MHz Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 G1 Some Asus B75 motherboard 3 HDDs, 1 SSD Things were rather smooth, I had nothing to complain about, until I tried to upgrade to GTX 1080 Ti GameRock by Palit The system started, but there was no video signal from the video card. I was able to get into the BIOS once after I switched off all my SATA devices, so I tried to re-plug the video card, check if I connected it properly - all in vain. When I tried to re-plug my SATA devices and use my CPU's graphics to get into the OS, I was able to do it but the 1080 Ti was not showing in the device manager. I tried plugging the video card into my friend's PC with a be quiet! Pure Power 9 700W PSU and it did work. I also tried to plug it into another friend's PC with a be quiet Dark Power Pro 850W PSU and it did work, while another 1080 Ti (from MSI this time) did not work at my end for some reason. Do you guys think I should change my PSU as it's insufficient for such a build (I know it's not balanced but I can't afford to swap the system completely at once) and I should change it? I was sure that B700 v2 will be enough to power up a 1080 Ti. Please let me know your thoughts and if there are any reasonably priced PSU I should swap my B700 v2 for - I'd be glad to know your opinion Thanks!
Hello! My name is Drew, I'm a case modding hobbyist. For this build I wanted to do something more simple and clean, I decided on a monochromatic theme with no RGB. I decided on using chrome tubing for the first time and I designed a custom sl600m distro plate for the case as well. The distro plate was created by 3D scanning the case and then modeling around it. i wanted minimal tubing runs hense the secondary chamber in the plate. The goal of this build is to be able to easily swap out coolant colors and for it to stay just as clean as with just black. The build features the following specs: Cooler Master SL600M Ryzen R9 3900x 32gb DDR4 Corsair Dominator Platinum Ram Nvidia GTX 1080 ti MSI x470 Gaming AC Motherboard Watercooling parts include: EKWB Alphacool My own custom work If you have any questions on the build please let me know! Initial product Shot Vinyl Wrapped CPU Block The custom distro plate that i had designed. Picture of the plate getting milled. After getting it made by Clockwork Industries. Picture of the plate installed and some tubing ran. Loop Complete Started loop filling with purple fluid. Going to be changed to black. New Cables from Mainframe Customs Build should be done the weekend of the 21st, stay tuned! FINAL PHOTOS: There isn't enough space for all of them so be sure to check out the reply to see the other two photos.