This is the unboxing video for the Seasonic x760 Power Supply Unit
In this video I install the Backplate/ motherboard/ processor/ cpu, graphics, card, Fan amd motherboard standoffs
Now all that’s left to get is a full set of fittings
I have just purchased the XSPC Ex 240 for a couple of reasons, As I am only going to be cooling the CPU straight off the bat then a 240 should be more than enough for what I need. It was also partly due to advice given by members of the Overclockers forums.
As I am using a Mid-Tower case I also thought spending the extra money on a thermochill Rad would be a little too much seeing as It’s a large radiator for the size of my case and If need be I will just by a separate 120 Thermochill at a later date.
This model is nice and slimline, a nice size, new cooling technoligy….and British! !!!
I think this is going to be a perfect first radiator as It will not take up tons of room in my case and should be more than enough for a simple PCU loop.
Tech Specs After the Fold
So finally out of the unboxing stage and onto the build, first off…replacing the god awful LED fans, some are a fan of them but personally I don’t like them so I am replacing them with an Apache Black 140mm and a Sharkoon Silent Eagle 120mm
Asrock Z68 Extreme 4 Gen 3 Motherboard – UNBOXING Video for my new PC build
This is just a short video of the unboxing of the nVidia Gtx 560 Sparkle Ti Calibre Graphics card thats going into the big PC build
This is just a quick video explaining my plan to use cable braiding to effectivly black out some of the water cooling pipe/ hose and add a little variety to the system’s CPU Block cooling asthetics.
In this short video I explain about how to control your watercooling pump for your PC via a £5 fan controller.
Here is another video in the series of The Big PC Build for you guys, Aska Apache 140 Fan & Sharkoon Silent Eagle 1000 Fan – UNBOXING
These are the replacment fans for the god awful LED fans that come with the NXZT Phantom 410 White Case