Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Yeah, things changed again. I got new merge. It's available now. Probably dot com slash tasty sense. Guys slip up hoodies. We got tri blend. We got a new logo. I digress. Since 2012 it's a rest. A little. He has been asking for that anyway. Way kinds of stuff. Zip up hoodies, Beanies, polos Don't take my word for it is obviously I can't do this ad. So just looking description below when you guys find the link. Thanks. Part two of the gold build went live and you guys had a lot of construction, construction, all criticisms constructed construction. And you guys made some pretty good points. And and I said in that video, I was not happy with the way things were turning out with this build. In fact, I've spent the whole morning so far, even though time is now, the time is right now. Oh, yeah, it's noon. I spent the whole morning again focusing and hyper port have purple light, high purple izing I provoked, focusing very hard about about the boy, the boy above the boy. But as you can see, I moved those fittings that were on the top to the bottom of the radiator and move them on the back side closest to the motherboard trays. So this is where the back of the cases right here and you can see it's a lot more hidden. Your focal attention is sort of brought to the reservoir and the gold couple right here that's holding it to the radiator. Speaking of radiator, you can see I switched it. This is instead of being the 60 millimeter thick, 360 millimeter radiator from Ikea water blocks. This is the cool stream C E. That was the ex C, which stands for 60 mil thick. This is the C E, which is, like 45 mil thick or 40 mill somewhere around there. And then, um, the S E is a slim, which is the 30 mil thick. So I have none of the 2 80 we're gonna using 140 millimeter fans on that. We've got four or five of these that are actually going in this case, so we're gonna see how far we can get on this today. Maybe get some pipes bent, and I also want to paint the shroud on this radiator. This one's got a very rough texture to it, which is why these aren't really scratches as much as it's picked up. Just, well, scratches. But I digress so we can paint this and make it match, and then it will definitely bring a lot more attention to the gold aspects of the case. A lot of you guys also commented on why there's so many different shades of gold happening. Well, that's because for whatever reason, every single brand that we've had a gold products and to us is used a different tent of gold, whatever, as long as it's ah, mostly gold. I'm cool with it. So, yeah, let's see how far we can actually get today going to start by painting the radiator. So a lot of people don't know this about E. K. Water blocks is this is just a shroud on the core of the radiators. So here's what it looks like. Obviously, with all the gold paint on there, that's gold, gold, gold. So I'm trying to figure out my to being run now. Like I said, this is my outlet from the pump, and it doesn't necessarily need to have the double nineties on there I just stuck those on there for an idea. But I've got to get from there to here on this side. And what really would have made more sense is if I had flipped the block over 1 80 So if I come straight up from this fitting right here, it's going to the tube. Will impact on the side here. It's not offset enough. So I'm gonna put this 45 on there with this 90 up like this. So it sort of offsets. That's why I keep a lot of these various angles on hand. 40 fives. Nineties. So the 45 coming off of there and then using the double Rotary 90 we can offset it from that. Now we can come up and do. Our thing is we need. So I'm thinking this is just gonna come straight out and go over and down if I don't say so myself. So we got to somehow figure out to get from all the way back there, I lined it all up on the wrong fitting. This one was supposed to go in that one. So I think I'm gonna have to I think I'm gonna have to flip the block. Okay? It just went It just went to boot. Hey, see? It's okay. Barely clears right there, like 1234 90 degree fittings. But, hey, it works. So I touched up the scratches around that gold panel goes in the back, which means I have to take this all out now, including the radiator to get it in there. Which we have plenty of opportunity for me to screw this up in some way And one of the most common things I get comment wise. When people see this, anything it crosses over the ram is well, cool, J How are you gonna change your ram? You don't need a lot of room to get ramming it out. I mean, it's not It's not really that hard. Don't be afraid to run things over the top of your ram. You have a a few millimeters. They're to be ableto lift it out of the socket. You can then turn it and take it out. So some people might be wondering Chill. Why are you going with a 1600 watt power supply? That's such overkill. Well, the Titans are pretty power hungry when you over clock them, you're gonna get about 332 350 watts of power draw. We also have a 79 80 XY XY. And here we plan on doing a little bit over clock. You with that will pull 807 108 100 by itself. So you do the math on that. We're gonna be pulling under load over 1000 watts. And it's also the reason, I say, over 1000 watts. You can't just add those numbers together because the CPU 100% load the GPS won't be because the sea if you can't handle a GP load if it's doing stuff, The other reason is just the efficiency curve. Power supplies are most efficient around 50 60% and I want to just keep it. Is attrition as possible? Let's be honest. The next step down, quite honestly, is around the 1200. What? Mark and I just wanna make sure I have more than I need, because the power supply is not going to supply more than is being drawn. I've had a lot of people say, G, you can't force 1600 watts, and now you're gonna blow it up. You can tell who's definitely never really played around with High end hardware Understands how the electricity draw works. Um, it's only gonna pull what it needs, so, yeah, but this is the E J 1600 t to this, a titanium and all the cable that leads from cable mod are sleeved to this because it is a full modular. They're just gonna plug it back here. I do have to get out one Molex cable, though, because I knew that the pump that I had got was a state a pump. But remember, at the start of this build, I showed you guys how I end up having to switch to the D. C, which is a molex means use one ugly cable. Okay, so we're officially at the point of Well, not really no return, but definitely inconvenient return, because I've taken the drives out of my workstation. Now, upstairs, this is just a four gigabyte. That's a gig. So four terabyte drive a C gate. Barracuda, Barracuda. It's a bear cuda. The storage it goes into this machine is gonna matter as much. This is a 960 gigabytes. Hyper X um, savage. Dr. Apparently, I'm smarter than I thought because I thought I didn't order Molex, but I did. So once we get the power supply in here and then get the wiring all handled, then we can fire it up. I know the parts individually. Work the graphics cards. We've tested the CPU. We've used the ram. We've used another builds. The only thing I have not actually tested and did a boot test with on this is the motherboard. And as much as I love a Seuss, I've had some motherboard issues with them in the past that have caused me to literally pull hair out. So my figures across on that. So Okay, let's just get this all done and we'll come back when it's working. I don't wanna talk about it. You have to explain it to the E. I got my flow backwards. I got my flow backwards. You guys remember when I was like, Oh, wait. I did this to Bronco men, idiot. No, I was an idiot. The second time. Not the first time. The first time I thought I was an idiot. I wasn't the idiot. Immediate. Now, not the first time because I forgot we went out of the pump into the red, which means this needed to go into the inn on the pump exactly as we thought it should. And then I was like, Wait a minute. I thought that was the out. And so we've filled it right now or start to feel it. We realized it's flowing backwards. Ah, all right. I fixed it. Now we could do the film montage, get it filled. So we've got our 18 course 79 80 XY. This is a 99 but it's the first Gen 18 core. And it is not Stoddard, but it is delighted as you saw. And we've got a weird mix of thermal pace. We've got K p x underneath the eye HS, and we've got MX four on top, which is definitely not the way it should be. Because, Siri, how many times we've had to take the block off. I used the last of my K p X that I had in that tube. But anyway, open anyone. So whatever. I have got hardware monitor up right now. We're running at 4.5 on all course. We're only running at one point to win votes, so it's not a whole lot of voltage, but it is stable. In fact, we were going to show you right now, said Aumentaron. If you wanna compare your scores something to keep in mind to end like this. The package. It's 81 82 but the chorus nothing ramps up, turned into a tornado sitting in the sixties and seventies on the core. Our score 4438. Let's go and do this So I'm gonna say that score. Let's load up some three D mark and let's see what our three d mark times by extreme stories. Okay, so I keep getting crashes in the, uh, C P. Part of three D marks. So I'd lower it down to, like, 44 And, um, I didn't run the test again. We've got to get this video edited and up for you guys.