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Old 19-06-15, 09:09 PM
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---'Parvum KRAIT'---



Hi everyone. We have been very lucky in getting a chance to work on further projects for MSI. This time in a larger ATX sized Parvum case. Giving us a chance to explore the larger form factor first hand while showing off some awesome MSI hardware.

This build is possible with the support of MSI, Hyper X and XSPC.


Case - Custom Parvum ATX
CPU - Intel Unknown
Motherboard - MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition Intel Z97
Memory - Hyper X Unknown
GPU - MSI GTX 960 2GD5T OC
SSD - Hyper X 3K
PSU - Silverstone Strider 1500W




First we will take a look at the core components for the build. Naturally these will form the theme on which we build around, complementing the harsh aesthetic contrasts of MSI's hardware.























Not giving too much away here but stay tuned and all will be revealed.

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Old 19-06-15, 09:11 PM
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Seems very promising, can't wait for what's next !
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Old 19-06-15, 09:12 PM
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Finally we will see the ATX Parvum!
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Old 19-06-15, 09:47 PM
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Finally we will see the ATX Parvum!
The ATX Parvum can take several forms, ranging from Magnus to what we will do for this project. This will be an opportunity for us to build in one, in a slightly less extreme way, and that will certainly influence what we do with larger form factor cases in the future.
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Old 19-06-15, 09:59 PM
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White is my weakness so I'm looking forward to seeing how this will shape up
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Loving how it looks and the pictures really stand out... the snake on the motherboard made it all abit more "Uhmff!" so to speak

Although, that 1500W PSU?, is it just me or? ...
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Old 20-06-15, 09:29 AM
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Although, that 1500W PSU?, is it just me or? ...
We do have quite a lot of fans, 300W for the system, 10x100W for the fans, 25W for the pump, 25W for the LEDZ, little 150W overhead to give the PSU a chance... but your right we probably could do with another one just to be safe.

lol jk, going for some killer overclocks.

Ok, legit this time of the PSU's we had ready to go into builds it made sense to put that in this one where there was plenty of room and it would look nicely proportioned.
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Lets take a look at all of the water cooling components we shall be using in PARVUM KRAIT. With literally several black nickel fittings from XSPC and EKWB to hand building a clean and distinctive loop should not be a problem.









What else but gloriously white XSPC AX radiators to bring the harsh KRAIT contrast through into the rest of the case.







The pump which shall be used is an D5-Vario with a stealthy black XSPC acetal top.



With such an expansive radiator area it would probably run quite happily with no fans, but just in case we found 6 or 10 Noiseblocker NB-eLoop's





Something missing here...





That just leaves blocks for the memory and CPU, XSPC's raystorm blocks complimented the motherboard well while not over-powering the standard heatsinks and detailing. The graphics cards won't be including in the loop as we wished to retain their KRAIT branding.





Definitely no case hints to see there ^ this might just be another one though

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Mhhhh it's gonna turn so epic, can't wait !
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Old 22-06-15, 09:44 PM
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More Parvum! <3 Show us more!
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