• Case: Thermaltake Core V71
• Motherboard: AsRock Z97 OC Formula UEFI
• CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K OC’ed 3.5Ghz to 4.0Ghz
• GPU: Sapphire Vapor X AMD R9-290 4GB GDDR5
• RAM: Avexir 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 1866Mhz CL 9
• PSU: EVGA 1000 G2 Watt 80+ Gold Cert. Single 12V
• Storage 1: Plextor M6S 256GB SATA 6.0Gbps SSD
• Storage 2: 2 x 500GB Seagate 7200RPM 32Mb Cache SATA 6.0Gbps on RAID Mirror Intel RST UEFI
• Heatsink: Corsair Hydro Series H110 280mm Closed Loop Water Cooling System
• Optical: Asus SATA DVD-RW DL 24x Lightscribe
• NZXT Sentry 2 Touchscreen Fan Controller
• 2 x Corsair 120mm Blue LED Case Fans
• 3 x Corsair 140mm Blue LED Case Fans
• 4 x Thermaltake 200mm Blue LED Case Fans
• 1 x Bandi Tech Slot Switch
• 4 x Blue Soldered LED Strips
• 5 Meter Yellow Soldered LED Strips
• Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit
• Case Soldered LEDs with back switch
One of our best looking Signature PCs and a very great performer as yet. The Royal Steel Signature PC uses the Thermaltake V71 as its very versatile house. Visualizing ascetics on it took a great part of the build. When you're client wants his PC to look "majestic" you really gotta think hard, and deliver even better; this is what we accomplished with Royal Steel.
Powered by the gamer's 1st choice CPU, the i5-4670k and the best bang for buck GPU, Sapphire's R9-290 Vapor X there is nothing that will BSOD this royal beast. Our lucky owner will use this to pOWN gaming noobs and fast threaded applications from the MAN. Though as you can see, it pays to work for the MAN.
This is also the third PC we've included in our 2015 Signature PCs calendar. To have the highest quality pictures we could use for our calendar we solicited the photographic talents of our friend Mario Stephano Fong Photography. Click Here to learn more about his photography.
Other PC facts:
· Builder: Ishla Alicea
· Modder: Paul Bangdiwala
· Builld Date - Monday, September 1, 2014
· Build yours: Starts at $849.99
HINTS FOR BUILDING A SIMILAR PC:
This case has so many ways to be built, you really need to think up your strategy before you go on it!
You'll need to remove the complete upper fan controller to install another 200mm fan.
To do a push-pull configuration on the Corsair H110, you'll need to get creative. First mount the radiator with both 140mm fan attached, then screw in the 200mm.
This PC, was a Royal Pain... to build. jk