White 900D by Danny Boehm

January 23, 2017 | Featured builds & mods | Atila Gobor
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We will kick off the new year with a project from Danny Böhm, that was actually finished in late 2016. Just look at that beauty! Danny builds many PCs, but most of the hardware he uses has quite a dark scheme. This is his personal system and it should be different, white, as white as possible! In the search for hardware, he came across the EK-FB ASUS Z170S Monoblock for the ASUS Sabertooth S Z170 Mainboard, which is in a very cool white camouflage style. It was love at first sight, and it turned out to be an awesome implementation of the EK-FB ASUS Z170S Monoblock!

Danny is a passionate gamer, so he needs the best performance, which you can get out of a Z170. He grabbed an i7 processor and an SLI GPU setup, which with the help od liquid cooling can be easily overclocked to the maximum. He had built a hard core 4K gaming platform that was nicely presented at his YouTube channel called “PC Mate“. High-resolution photos are nice, but a video is even nicer! See for yourself:

White builds are always nice and refreshing… topped off with the electric blue details makes it even more exciting. The Corsair 900D is always a good choice for liquid cooling, especially if you want to house a dual GTX 1080 GPU 4K gaming setup!

Hardware specifications of the 4K Gamer PC:

Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-6700K
Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth Z170 S
Graphics Card: ASUS GTX 1080 Strix
RAM: GeIL Frost White Super Luce Blue DDR4
SSD: SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD 480GB
PC Case: Corsair 900D
Power Supply: MasterWatt Maker 1200
Fans: Enermax UCTVS12P-W T.B.Vegas
Audio: Asus Essence STX II
Cable Sleeve: BitFenix Alchemy 2.0

Let’s enjoy a slideshow as well!

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EK-FB ASUS Z170S Monoblock

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EK-FC1080 GTX Strix

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EK-FC1080 GTX Strix Backplate

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EK-XTOP Revo D5

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EK-RES X3 250 – White

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EK-FC Terminal DUAL Serial 3-Slot

1 reply
  1. Christopher Cummins
    Christopher Cummins says:

    That looks really cool. I love the color scheme. Have you thought about hiding the SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD 480GB Or painting it?

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