Watercooled Desk-2X-PC: Ryzen 9 5900X and Core i5 in a water-cooled desk

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From the community comes a project that integrates two water-cooled PC systems in an extremely impressive way into the desk of the ComputerBase reader, which is set in scene with the help of RGB lighting. Ryzen and Core-i, Maxwell and Ampere as well as a MO-RA3 420, more is only possible with great difficulty.

A desk and two PCs merge

With his extremely impressive project “Watercooled Desk-2X-PC”, the community member “Hilzerak” shows what is possible with the right planning and the necessary manual skills. In his detailed reader article, two computer systems are created piece by piece, which are housed in a desk. From the first sketch to commissioning.

For the realization of the desk PCs use the following components:

Project – Watercooled Desk-2X-PC

  • System number 1
    • AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
    • 32 GB DDR4-3600 from G.Skill
    • Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming
    • Corsair Force Series MP510 with 1.92 TB
    • be quiet! Dark Power Pro 11 1000 Watt
    • Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti
  • System number 2
      < li> Intel Core i5
    • 16 GB DDR3-RAM
    • ASRock Fatal1ty Z97 Killer
    • Samsung SSD 860 EVO 1 TB
    • be quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 850 watts
    • Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti

Um To implement the elaborate water cooling in the 2,400 × 1,000 mm desk, the author relies on components from Aqua Computer, Aquaero, EKWB and of course the Watercool MO-RA3 420. LED strips, several I/O areas and a 2,400 × 870 mm transparent ESG glass plate are just some of the impressive key data of the ambitious modding project.

  • Project “Watercooled Desk-2X-PC”
Project – Watercooled Desk-2X-PC (Image: ComputerBase-Forum)
< img src = "/wp-content/uploads/741740ac772b70217d18e72bafe01d77.jpg" /> Project – Watercooled Desk-2X-PC (Image: ComputerBase-Forum)

In a short YouTube video, the ComputerBase reader demonstrates what it all looks like in the end. In the reader's article itself there are numerous other photos from the initial planning to the final assembly and commissioning. In addition, the community is discussing the unique project in the thread, which has now grown to two pages and around 40 comments.

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