Whenever I make a setup I tend to follow a theme and for this one I decided to do an Anubis theme. I was always interested in Egyptian Mythology and I decided to include the myth of him weighing someone's heart, which symbolizes the soul, against the Feather of Ma'at, or the feather of truth. The wall panels I found at Walmart and I fell in love with them, I decided to get them instead of NanoLeaf panels because I like to try different products. I had the wall scrolls for a couple of years and I figured that they'd look perfect on either side of my setup. The cable management was a bit of a nightmare because for some reason I decided to buy 10 ft long cables for almost everything, however I think I did the best I could. The monitors I have had in my previous setups and I wrapped the bottom (right side) of the right monitor to make them look similar. The two side monitors I actually use mainly for my messaging apps, Discord and Telegram, however if I am gaming I can throw Youtube on the right one. Now lets get to the meat of my setup, my computer Anubis. Anubis is a custom build gaming computer with a custom watercooling loop.
GPU: EVGA 2080 Super
RAM: Gskill 4x8gb Trident Z RGB
STORAGE: Samsung 960 250gb, Crucial mx300 750gb, Samsung 860 1TB x2, Crucial mx500 1TB, Seagate 5tb HDD
MOTHERBOARD: Asus z390 Maximus XI Extreme
PSU: EVGA Supernova g3 850w
CASE: Lian Li o11 XL
FANS: EKWB Vardars
CPU: EKWB Monoblock
GPU: Heatkiller GPU Block
Fittings: EKWB 14mm Fittings in Black Nickel
Radiators: EKWB PE 360 x2
Coolant: Koolance 702 Blue, About 1.5 Liters
Resivoir: Radikultcustom Front Distribution Panel
Pump: EKWB G2 D5
this is a massive upgrade from my last setup new desk new budget monitor and little things if any one has any recomendations or coments please send a comment the mouse the keyboard i dont know where they are from but in the box under the monitor i left my cables and my wireless headphones I highly reccomend them great battery life im only 12 but i saved and worked for almost everything so i hope u like it if anyone could tell me any moving wallpapers for my background that would be great for some reason dell removed the alienware aw 310 h
Still got a little way to go with it, I'd like to ditch the two tripods and get clamp mounts instead, I wanna grab a headphone stand and a potted plant to tie it all in, and I want to get a bit of mood lighting going too
Recently, I made a custom pc case that resembling a book. It's absolutely nice to look and when you put it on the book shelf, you can't really tell that it's actually a pc. Also, when you put other books with it, it camouflages really well. I have a video on youtube on how I made this pc book case.
Here's the link if you're interested:
YES, I know what you're thinking, the heat! Since this build is very compact and small, the main issues will be the airflow and heat management. The solution is to open the top cover when using it allowing the heat to be released directly to the open air. This pc mainly for web browsing and probably some light office works - no games or overclocking.
Anyway, I have tested the temps and the results are also on another video that I posted on youtube: