One of the best Ghost S1 builds I've ever seen. Love how clean it is and the color scheme. Basically how I want my Ghost S1 build to look like if/when I get around to it.
It's the Louque Ghost S1. They do periodic batches and even sell on Amazon. Said next batch would be Q1 2020 so it should be back in stock soon.
This is AMAZING! Think you will ever release detailed build instructions? My father-in-law (a wood worker) and I have been talking about building a wood case for years but have never settled on anything but this is so good. Really looking forward to your version 2. PS, walnut is my favorite wood.
What case fan are you using? Looks thicker than your typical slim fans
Funny coincidence, my first and only build was in 2011 with a Carbide 400R too. It's long been sold years ago but I have a tentative build planned with the SG13. Your build looks real nice.
This is basically perfect. If I ever get to build a PC again it'll basically look like this. Awesome job. I haven't built a PC since 2011.
Awesome build and setup. I too have a very small desk in the corner of my 1 bedroom apartment I share with my fiancee. I've been waiting for the Cryorig Taku because I'm afraid if I had the 202 setup like yours, one of my cats would knock it off the table. But if the Taku takes any longer to come out I might go vertical 202 like you.
Look at the part list. Dell U2515H
The cable management in the case and on the desk are impeccable.
Very clean and great build. Whenever I get the chance to build a PC again, it'll definitely be in this case.
Super clean build. Those pictures are hella professional +1
I'm in love with this build but I already have a girlfriend...
Everything about this is A+++
Great build. Paul's Hardware YouTube channel just released an instructional video on using plastidip paint to change that rainbow PSU cable end into a nice matte black finish instead. You should definitely consider doing that.
"Develops heavy assets... other packages" So what's this beautiful machine really rendering eh?
Nice build. I went from a Corsair 400R to a 250D a year ago. I was thinking about the SG13 until Fractal announced it's Node 202 case.
Thanks for the advice but I think I'll stick to SG13 mini-ITX. Don't worry about the dimensions for me :)
Nice build. I liked your "because I can" reasoning. Good enough for me.
Pretty basic build you got here. Just some advice, maybe bump up to a Titan X for MAXIMUM Redditing :P
Really like your cart. That's exactly the kind of deal I'm doing with an mITX build. A tiny studio apartment doesn't leave room for a proper desk setup. Nice build +1
What is this? A build for ants!
Megapixels isn't everything but my D40 is a 7 year old camera compared to the D3200 which is only 3 years old. The extra MP still helps :)
I wouldn't consider that a downgrade plus that's a sweet deal.
That's a whole 18.1MP more than what my Nikon D40 can do.
I like the casual title and casual description with those casual components and casaul price +1
That last pic looks like a Fractal Define case in the bottom though... What's that about?
Always a good day when a skemble build gets posted. +1 as always.
Looks good to me. That 114c is definitely an error. I've had that issue with Asus boards in the past, though they're still my favorite.
I'm eager to see the finished build. I was contemplating this case but I settled on the Rosewill U2-S instead. PS, my planned build also has the same name as your build :)
Beautiful build and pictures. Love the sleeving and management.
That's a great site. Thanks. I'm looking at the TAMRON 70-300MM F/4-5.6 SP DI VC USD. Someone in my area is selling one like new for $260 so that's another option for me. San Francisco is pretty good about getting excellent stuff on CL.
Thanks for the lens recommendation. I have been looking at lenses with greater zoom so I can capture better nature shots from a distance. Along with maco lenses as well. Those are my main two subjects.
I don't like color LEDs either, I was planning on going with white. The case I have in mind is Rosewill's Legacy U2 (with window). It's a silver ITX case.
Nice. I just use a Nikon D40 with its stock lens. I really need to invest in another lens and a tripod. I've been comtemplating whether or not to add some LEDs to my future build.
Love how clean this build is. Pics are great too. Nice blackout and nice lights +1
Nice parts, nice pics, nice build. +1
I understand that. I do have good mini ITX 970 options available. In my case, I'm picking up ASUS' option.
That's just one of the reasons I wanted it. Good price, semi-fanless mode, quieter 120mm fan, plenty of wattage, and gold rated. I was planning an SG05 build for a long time until Silverstone announced the SG13 and then I planned for that but I have made one final change and will use the Rosewill/Jonsbo U2 case instead.
This is such a nice little build. I really like the SG05 and this is the first build I've seen with this SFX-L PSU (which I really want for my next build) +1
Any internal shots of the build itself? I do like the desk. I especially like that wooden keyboard holder, where'd you get it?
First off, this is the best cable management in an ITX case I have ever seen so kudos for that +1
Second, I'm from Panama and am currently living in California. So that's a pretty neat coincidence. Why'd you move there? I've been playing with the idea of going back in my later years but I'm not sure just yet.
Looks good. Thanks.
Sweet case. Saw it featured in an NCIX video just a few days back. Got any internal pics?
Love the color scheme here.
It also looks like you live in a peaceful country side of town. That's pretty nice too.
The build is good, but I'm more impressed by that room gawd damn
What a beautiful build and setup. +1
I liked it before and I still like it now. +1 (again)
This is really cool. I originally interpreted the title as "Rest In Peace Servers" as in you killed 13 servers somehow for some reason. It makes now. Nice cable management indeed. +1
I love this build and I love your setup and room. +1
This is such a nice little compact build. I love it. Also like your custom work.
I was surprised to see this redesign. Saw the maintenance message, refreshed later, and bam, got this beautiful site. Really impressed.
This build, that setup, and especially that wall decal are all great. Nice work