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  • Frederick Dopfel

Personal Computer


I have been building my own computers all my life, and designing them for performance (even if I don't use that performance) is one of my hobbies. No longer constrained by budget, I wanted to build a machine without compromises that allowed me to express my handiwork, and allow for upgrades over time. I've designed an incredibly powerful machine, with a fully custom triple-radiator hard-line water cooling loop, enabling completely silent operation, even when at maximum load. I've added a number of custom mods as well, including a display for my SSDs, sleeved cabling, hidden Bluray burner drive, and software-controlled LED lighting. Specs below:

Components:

i7 4790K processor, overclocked to 4.4Ghz

GTX 980 Ti, overclocked to 1.2 Ghz

256 GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD (OS)

1 TB Samsung 850 Evo SSD (Programs and files)

2 x 4 TB SSHDD (Media storage)

1.5 TB HDD (scratch disk)

16 GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM

Wireless AC networking / dual gigabit ethernet

ASUS Xonar DSX Sound Card

LG Bluray RW drive

Corsair HX 750i power supply

Cooling:

Corsair 900D case (modded)

Corsair Commander fan / light controller

Transparent EK D5 pump

EK TitanX all copper water block

Swiftech Apogee XL all copper CPU block

Custom PETG tubing / black nickle fittings.

1 x 360 mm all copper radiator

1 x 140 mm all copper radiator

1 x 420 mm all copper radiator

EK 400 ml reservoir

3 x Noctua NF-F12 120 mm fans

1 x Corsair SP140 140 mm LED fan

~8 ft 5050 LED lighting

2 x blue cathode lighting

Peripherals:

LG 34UM95 34" 3440 x 1440 21:9 ultra-wide monitor (on vesa mount)

THX-certified 5.1 surround sound system

CM Storm cherry MX Blue mechanical keyboard

Logitech G700s wireless gaming mouse

Fingerprint scanner

Xbox One Wireless controller

1080p webcam

microphone

Doxie document Scanner

Oculus Rift CV1


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*The banner background was generated from my personal photo of one of my favorite places, Stinson Beach. For more information on how I generated the painting, see DeepStyle on the Recent Projects Tab

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