This is simply beautiful
This is beautiful. I'm glad you decided to make your own PC build over an iMac or pre-built.
Uhh. That's a shame
This is awesome. I always thought the vertical position makes much more sense for this type of builds, like the Corsair One. Hey, why don't you suggest them to make a conversion kit for the Loque Ghost
"When your whole life flashes before your eyes, how much of it do you want to not have ray tracing?"
Nice build. Consistent colour scheme is a pleasure for my eyes.
I believe there are an Inwin ,an ASUS and a Cooler Master and an TUF themed cases as well.
Boy this build is neat, so relaxing to see. There are so many water-cooled build but they don't look as organised.
Wow. Just Wow. Where is the rad?
I laughed till I cried
I see, most of the work on Deep Learning has to do with data pre-processing and this depends very much on the type of application so there isn't a specific guide for it. Taking the video as an example, the guy has used his own gameplay footage (sequence of images) as training data and gamepad inputs as target data, there are many ways you can do it but it's a matter of programming, for example you can use Numpy library for Python to export the images and convert them into a suitable format (grayscaling, rescaling, normalizing etc.) and the same for the target. He used an RNN as network, usually used for sequence prediction, and this can be built using some of the popular libraries such as Tensorflow, Pytorch etc. (Keras just uses these but simplifies the programming), the IDE is of your choice, I used Visual Studio with Anaconda, which has most of the libraries needed. I am not sure how he reprogrammed Mario Kart to implement it though. See if the guy has a link to github for that project.
My main point is start with understanding the concepts, (you might need to revise some maths) and then practice with examples. The rest is experimentation.
p.s. I am a Mechanical Engineering Graduate and I used Deep Learning to control an Active Suspesion System as my final year project.
First of all great build, it's amazing how all that hardware fits so nicely in such a compact case.
I am glad to see someone else getting into Machine Learning, this learning material is very helpful to get started:
The way you routed the keyboard cable.
Just out of curiosity can you check if placing the case vertically improves temps? I always thought that having a bottom intake for this type of cases is restrictive and a vertical layout would be more adequate. If only Corsair ONE case was sold separately, that thing even fits two 240 mm radiators.
DAT cable management.
I must admit, I never thought that flexible tubing could look that good if sleeved.
The glass etching is so cool!
Nice build. I think you can greatly improve cable management. I personally use tons of velcro straps. Check these videos, they might help.
Btw nice Full Metal Alchemist gadgets.
If you could glue some fine mesh on the panels it would also be dust proof without affecting cooling too much.
I think they just want you to buy a Define C TG or Meshify C. Otherwise you can go to the competition and get a Phanteks Evolv TG that has glass on both sides.
Your cable management is just ...Wow.
I think it would be cool if you could mod the rear side panel and have a piece of tempered grass or scratch resistant acrylic to showcase the cables
Did you try to have like 2 cable combs sandwiching one of the edges of the gpu cable cutout? I think that might work as long as the combs are pressed against each other but if blu tack works I have no objection.
Everytime I see perfectly straight sleeved cable I shed a tear of joy. Too many times I see messed up and wonky sleeved cables, they should deserve better. +1
Beatiful setup by the way. If you want, get a white extended mouse pad.
Sorry to hear that man but at least now you've built yourself this beast. Excellent cable management, are those white panels removable?
I think your sleeved cables deserve some cable combs to make them straight and sexy.
Good stuff, I see people ridiculously powerful PCs but their setup is a mess of cables. I think you could sent your pictures to Setup Wars on Techsource youtube channel cause your setup has character.
Dude, if you want to add height to the monitor and have a cleaner look I suggest you to get a pack of Capita Legs from Ikea and attach them to a shelf that has the same or more width than the base of your monitor and the same colour of your desk or black. It would hide keyboard and mouse cables as well and I would look great.
Dude, get a white Phanteks cable extension kit. It is fairly cheap and it would look great.
Hi, great build but I wished you could always use sleeved cable/extensions and cable combs to give your builds a more consistent colour scheme and a cleaner look.
I've been looking into Gundam themed build since ages, never found any decent one. This looks sick.
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Hi. First of all, beautiful build, I'm looking forward to see your next case, have you thought to make a slim mini-itx case like the Silverstone RVZ01 or the Fractal Design Node 202? Btw I would like to know where you purchased the switches, usb ports, etc. for your custom build.
It's almost perfect, the only issue is the power supply. Have a look to this one https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/xfx-power-supply-p1650bbefx it's a Seasonic rebrand therefore great build quality and it's not very expensive considering what it offers.
Unfortunately there aren't many white DDR4 ram memories to match your build color scheme, some white Kingston HyperX Fury would be perfect.
For the graphics card, I know that the 970 is the best value for money at the moment, but next year the new GPUs by Nvidia and AMD with DX12 (which will probably be the standard for the next 5/6 years) and 14nm technology that will offer much more power at lower cost and energy.
If you really can't wait I would consider to get a cheaper card like R9 380 4GB or GTX 960 4GB and then make the upgrade (within reasonable price = never more than £/€/$300) selling the 960 or 380 which still be easy to sell. However the GTX970 remains the best choice this year.
Painting the MSi GTX970 is an easy mod you should consider http://cdn.overclock.net/b/b9/500x1000px-LL-b922cd24_IMG_20150412_142103180.jpeg
Yeah I know I'm a litte bit obsessed with color matching :(
I know but I'm an Nvidia fanboy and I should whip myself :( , 2 or 4 GB for the R9 380? I despise stock coolers but yeah, there are cheaper coolers with 92mm fans like CM TX3 EVO.
The Skylake CPUs don't come with a stock cooler which is usually too noisy anyway. It's always good to have an aftermarket CPU cooler to keep temperature reasonable when the ambient gets hot or during heavy usage. The 212 Evo is a cheap but very functional cooler. I get your point , I've already checked semi-modular and non modular solutions but if you look for quality PSUs like Seasonic, Enermax, Antec etc. their price is really high, even 80+ bronze PSUs. So I've chosen the XFX XTR series because it's 80 Gold+ Certified and a Seasonic rebrand, therefore it has a great build quality ready for future upgrades even with high-end GPUs and ensures longer life and stability,. Why should I choose a semi modular PSU when with almost the same price (literally £1 or £2 difference) you get a quality PSU like the XFX XTR?