This build came together really well – Corsair’s white Carbide Air 240 case with MSI’s Mortar Arctic motherboard which is also white, teamed with Asus’ GTX 1070 Dual, white again, and ID Cooling’s liquid cooling unit which has a very subtle white LED logo. All that with the red accents from the RAM and sleeved power supply cables really comes out looking great.
This particular build is on it’s way to it’s new owner Sydney right now and we hope they love it as much as we do.
The Carbide Air 240 from Corsair can be vertically mounted as shown in the photos or rotated 90 degrees horizontally with the square Corsair logo at the front also rotatable to match (hence the green tape holding it in place for shipping).
Checkout the listing here for more details and photos. (link)
This small form factor (ITX) build as configured using our custom PC builder page with built in error checking, live quoting, easy online checkout and literally millions of possible hardware combinations to select from. The Air 240 also comes in black for those interested with 10+ other options to choose from too if this particular model isn’t your style.
Don’t forget you can shoot us an email or drop in to the store any time to discuss your next dream custom PC and we ship nation wide providing our built to order computers not only to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra but everywhere between and beyond.
If you’re looking to configure something similar to the machine shown in these images checkout this link (here)
Case: Corsair Carbide Air 240 White
Motherboard: Intel H270 ITX AC Wifi Edition
CPU: Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700 4-Core 4.2GHz
CPU Cooler: 120mm Enclosed Liquid Cooler
RAM: 16GB DDR4 Dual DIMM Red Series
Primary Storage Device: 256G SATA3 SSD Pro Edition
Second Storage Device: 3TB Hard Drive
Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB OC Edition
Sleeved PSU Extensions: Premium Sleeved PSU Cable Kit – Red
Power Supply: 700w ATX 80 Plus Gold
Operating System: Windows 10 64bit Home Edition USB
Office Suite: Office Home & Student
PC Warranty: Bronze 1 Year On Site Pickup & Return Premium Warranty Service
Fast-tracked: Jump the Queue – Ships or ready to collect in under 5 business days*
Service: Full Assembly, Burn-in Testing, and Setup
One of the most instantly popular cases we can think of, In-Win’s Infinity RGB case which sports the fantastic ‘infinite’ RGB lighting at the front of the case. We found a little spare time to grab some pictures as the PC was being tested… enjoy the visuals!
When the University of Melbourne came to us and asked for 4 liquid cooled GTX 1080’s plus a liquid CPU cooler in a single PC we made it happen.
It sure wasn’t the easiest build we’ve ever done and squeezing 5 radiators and all that tubing in to a single E-ATX chassis but we did our homework, found a solution and the result was one of the highest GPU powered machines money can buy.
Powered by 64GB of DDR4 RAM, an 8-core Xeon E5 CPU, an MSI X99 X-Power Titanium, a 1000W 80+ Gold rated Corsair PSU and of course the centerpiece 4 MSI GTX 1080 Seahawks this beast of a system was built within a Corsair Air 740 E-ATX Case.
If your after a high end custom rig as crazy as this one, get in touch! Head on over to our store page, hit the contact us button and let us know what you need.
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Is RGB a fad? Everything from keyboards to coolers, mouse pads to RAM all come with RGB LED lighting these days and while some love to hate, others just love.
But how much RGB lighting is too much? Is there such a thing as too much? This particular customer went all out with 6 Corsair RGB fans in a single mid tower gaming build plus an RGB remote controlled lighting strip!
Various different LED modes can be enabled as well as the option to stick with a static single color. Although it’s not immediately clear, there is also an RGB lighting strip mounted at the bottom of the case that for the sake of this video was set to white as to not interfere with the full effect of the Corsair fans, but is also fully customisable.
Thinking this is overkill and you just want to spend your money on the components that actually contribute to gaming performance? Or do you think this looks good enough to justify the extra dollars spent? That’s the beauty of Evatech custom computers, you can have then any way you like, it’s all up to you.
Head on over to evatech.com.au and start customizing your next LED or non LED lit gaming PC today.
One of our recent customers requested that we take a picture of the hardware for his build before we opened any of the retail packaging, similar to what people do on popular website reddit when posting their own PC build logs.
We’re quite a transparent business and team, so had no problem catering to a simple request such as this.
Here are the pictures we sent through to the customer.
And a little teaser while he waited for the PC to ship out to him…
While most of our customers don’t get SLI systems, there are of course some that do, and for most of these customers, the regular SLI bridge that comes with the motherboard is sufficient.
Then there are some customers who demand nothing but the best from their hardware, and we can’t blame them. This particular customer was spending over $6,000 on their system, before the 4K monitor they also ordered – so when he asked if we could get our hands on a high-bandwidth bridge instead, we had no problem fulfilling the request.
We can only speculate as to what this absolute beast of a system is going to be used for, but we sure hope it’s for something a little more ambitious than Dota 2 and some school homework!
Sparing (almost) no expense, this build is a behemoth! The 128GB of DDR4 memory took almost a full 24 hours to burn in test alone and housed in a Corsair Graphite 780T chassis it’s physically massive as well.
Red sleeved cabling from the 1000w 80+ Gold rated PSU, red accented Gaming X GPUs from MSI, red LED lit NZXT Kraken liquid CPU cooler and black and red MSI Gaming Pro motherboard come together perfectly in the matte black Corsair 780T chassis with impressive results. Take a look for yourself.
Time you got a new gaming PC? Why not get it custom built your exact requirements, taste and budget! Checkout our homepage to day and explore the millions of possible combinations. Don’t worry if your not too PC savvy, our built in error checking and game library full of performance indicators and hardware requirements make it a breeze.
This customer must have planned out this “Pro” build extremely well to have the colours match up so perfectly. The motherboard, RAM, case, case lighting, fan, and graphics cards (when customised right, that’s 2x GTX 1080s in SLI by the way) are all matching and colour coordinated.
As you will be able to see from the photos, the hardware is all of high quality, with no expense spared on the labour either. We put in our best efforts from the beginning so there is the best possible chance that our customers don’t need to come back to us for support. It keeps everyone happy, and keeps everyone gaming!
Took us some time to blow the dust off the “build log” category, we’ve been crazy busy trying to keep up with the demand for PC builds with GTX 1080s, followed shortly after by demand for the GTX 1070s, and then things finally settled down shortly after the release of GTX 1060s – so here’s one of our best looking builds from the last 2 months of build log silence!