The DistroCase 350P is a case that lets you see liquid flowing!
Today is the day of display editing. We’re going to combine some of the most impressive hardware we’ve ever seen in a very special build. One of the components that already knows Adrena has already seen it. This is the main board of the Z690 Aorus Xtreme Waterforce, a very impressive motherboard and blocked for use with liquid cooling. Well, this is just the beginning of this unusual device.
High-end motherboards for Intel Alder Lake CPUs are packed with the best. And if a very high price is synonymous with extreme quality, you will hardly have a better motherboard. The main board has a unique design with covers for all corners. It comes with a liquid cooling unit above the LGA1700 socket With a screen that shows hardware monitoring as well as the board’s high-end chipset. This model is similar in design to the AORUS Z690 Xtreme, equipped with 20+1+2 VRM and two 8-pin CPU connectors.
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You cannot connect such a motherboard to any processor. That’s why we’re going with the Intel Core i9-12900KS, simply the best possible option on a 12th Gen Intel Core base.
This is a product designed for those who want the best, essentially keeping the same structures as the Intel Core i9-12900K, but with a selection of the best manufactured silicon and the most stable chips manufactured. This elite Core i9 can go further with more performance than the traditional 12900K.
Undoubtedly, one of the most important parts of special equipment is the case. It is the framework of the components and makes all the difference in the final look. But this time we will use a cabinet that risks stealing attention.
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ThermalTake’s DistroCase 350P has nothing less than a recirculating liquid cooling system built into the case. We have already seen this concept in the ZADAL MOA II Elite, but the difference is that the entire structure is now transparent, making it possible to see the fluid passing through it.
To cool the CPU we are going to use a large radiator, in this case the Pacific C360, which as the name implies is 360mm long.
Filling the cooling system, we will include 6 fans in the radiator. This creates a push-and-exhaust assembly, or loosely translated, a pull-up system, with fans pushing air into the radiator and others pulling air out. The Core i9-12900KS is very demanding on CPU cooling, and it’s the most powerful cooling system we’ve ever used.
Another important element is that, of course, they have a lot of LEDs.
This Aorus font is impressive for several reasons. The first is a design that delivers 1200W of power in a more compact form factor that is common in lower power supplies. Another important point distinguishes our project: the screen. This font has a color screen on the side, with the ability to do things like bring system usage information to more trivial things like animations, pictures, and text.
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Those who follow adrenaline already know: the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics chip is Nvidia’s most powerful GPU for home users, and we have already installed Gigabyte Gaming OC both in the full review of this model and in this game:
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To create a combination with the Core i9-12900KS, we cannot lose performance with slow memory, so we go for extremely fast Kingston Fury Renegade modules, models that work at a frequency of 5600 MHz. The amount is also absurd: we will make a total of 128 GB of memory in four modules, which is more than enough for games and even more specific uses such as rendering and professional editing.
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And in terms of memory, we’ll have dual Kingston Fury Renegade PCI Express 4.0 models with two SSDs. These devices can read up to 7000MB/s and make a perfect combination with our mainboard with liquid cooling on top of the whole structure. Faster SSDs also generate more heat and require efficient cooling to get the full performance of such a device.
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