Overkill

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Overkill

Parts

  • Case ➡️ Corsair Crystal 570X
  • Motherboard ➡️ Aorus Z390 Master
  • CPU ➡️ Intel Core i9-9900k 3.6 Ghz
  • GPU ➡️ Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 5700 XT Special Edition 8 GB GDDR6
  • Cooler ➡️ Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO
  • RAM ➡️ Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO DDR4 3200 MHz C16 (4x16GB)
  • PSU ➡️ Corsair HX1200i
  • Storage ➡️ Samsung 970 PRO 1 TB
  • Screen ➡️ Acer UM.HV0EE.P01 27” WQHD IPS 144Hz Freesync

Specs

CPU, PSU and GPU MotherBoard, Cooler and RAM CPUID HWMonitor

BenchMarks 🔥

Bootloader

Arch Linux

Hackintosh

Windows

Mods

Custom logos for Corsair Cristal 570X

I designed a 3D printed part for the backside of the PSU for adding a WS2813b strip, instead of white LEDs included with this case.

Instructions
  • You need to sand the original Corsair logos from both parts with 220, 320, 1200 and 2000 sandpaper.
You must check strip arrows, motherboard signal goes this way.
  • Cut 6 LEDs from the WS2813b strip and solder 3 cables to:
    • GND
    • D0
    • +5V
  • Solder 3 female pin headers to them.
  • On the other end you could solder another 3 cables for adding 1 LED to the front logo or leave it without it.
  • Glue the LED strip and screw the 3D printed part to the PSU part.
PSU 3D printed part (Back) PSU 3D printed part (Front) Vinyl added to front logo and glued WS2813b Screwed PSU 3D printed part WS2813b Fully working Patern inside 3D printed part PSU logo Front logo

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