']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); (function() { var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; ga.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://ssl' : 'http://www') + '.google-analytics.com/ga.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(ga, s); })();
Perfect PCs

Perfect PCs

A showcase of amazing custom pc's and works of technological art from builders and modders around the world.

Send me an email at perfectpcsmail@gmail.com if you don't want your photos on here. I will strive to provide source links for all content that is not my own.

RED VELVET by Boweezie

Amazing mod of the month nominated Corsair 800D build by overclock.net user Boweezie. Photo source links to the build log, which shows the transformation from a stock black case to this beast. Check it out!

'ROBOCOP' by James Walter aka Jameswalt1

This stunning Robocop themed Corsair 900D build reuses some parts used in James’ 900CSQ build. It features a collection of Aquacomputer, EK and XSPC w/c parts and all Bitspower Black Sparkle fittings.

See content source for build log link!

hobbsmeerkat:

System Rebuild Complete~
System is now completely water cooled, and running great~

Specs:
i7 4770K @ 4.4GHz (de-lidded)
EVGA GTX 780ti
Gigabyte Z87 UD4H
16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RAM @ 1866
EK 360 XT Rad
EK 240 XTX Rad
EK Supremacy CPU block with “Naked Ivy” kit
EK GTX 780 ti Waterblock w/ Backplate
Bitspower 150ml tube reservoir with D5 pump upgrade kit.
5x Phobya NB e-loop fans
3x Corsair AF 140L fans
Mayhem “Pastel Red” coolant
Bitspower “silver” compression fittings

Note: Center-right image is from leak/system testing.

Galaxy Hall Of Fame GTX 780 with white EK waterblock
Photo by Heuristic - from the Compact Splash #57 - “Atto” build-log
Galaxy Hall Of Fame GTX 780 with white EK waterblock
Photo by Heuristic - from the Compact Splash #57 - “Atto” build-log

Galaxy Hall Of Fame GTX 780 with white EK waterblock

Photo by Heuristic - from the Compact Splash #57 - “Atto” build-log

Spelling mistake in the title of the last post fixed O.o

jfu-dev:

Upgraded to dual GTX 680 SLI.

Project Marshlands by keenan

Fantastic military themed build in a Corsair Vengeance C70 case. Radiators, RAM heatsinks and GPU waterblocks and backplates have all been covered in hydrographic film. It features MDPC-X sleeving, Akasa fans and several custom parts made by MNPCTech. (Featured on their website!). Click the title for the full build log. 

Bucket List by managerman

Inspired by James Walt’s impressive green themed Corsair 900D build is another fantastic orange PC by managerman. Click the title for the full build log via overclock.net

Electric Orange by Hanoverfist

This amazing Antec DF-85 case-mod includes a whole new machined front panel, professional paint job and lots of hard work. Finer details include a custom engraved Sniper waterblock by DT Waterblocks. Click the post title to see the full build log!

Mayhems Aurora 2
Mayhems make some of the most popular, if not the best, coolants and dyes in the industry. Their pastel range, similar to the Ice Dragon nanofluid, is seen in w/c loops everywhere. Aurora also looks fantastic, but the original coolant didn’t work in complex loops and performed noticeably worse than other coolants. The second revision of the mixture is in testing now and Mayhems claims improvements in flow and reduced viscosity.
Mayhems Facebook
http://www.mayhems.co.uk/
Mayhems Aurora 2
Mayhems make some of the most popular, if not the best, coolants and dyes in the industry. Their pastel range, similar to the Ice Dragon nanofluid, is seen in w/c loops everywhere. Aurora also looks fantastic, but the original coolant didn’t work in complex loops and performed noticeably worse than other coolants. The second revision of the mixture is in testing now and Mayhems claims improvements in flow and reduced viscosity.
Mayhems Facebook
http://www.mayhems.co.uk/

Mayhems Aurora 2

Mayhems make some of the most popular, if not the best, coolants and dyes in the industry. Their pastel range, similar to the Ice Dragon nanofluid, is seen in w/c loops everywhere. Aurora also looks fantastic, but the original coolant didn’t work in complex loops and performed noticeably worse than other coolants. The second revision of the mixture is in testing now and Mayhems claims improvements in flow and reduced viscosity.

Mayhems Facebook

http://www.mayhems.co.uk/

If you don’t follow Laine you should!
If you don’t follow Laine you should!

If you don’t follow Laine you should!

lainedesignbureau:

Throwback - EK Waterblocks photoshoot for ‘Simplicity’.