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    Component list
    Motherboard: MSI X370 SLI Plus
    CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X, currently at 4.1GHz, will push this once the loop is done
    Ram: TeamGroup Delta RGB 16GB(4x4GB)
    GPU: EVGA 1080 FTW
    PSU: EVGA 850 BQ
    Storage: Intel 250GB m.2
    Storage 2: TeamGroup Delta RGB

    When time ran short on my Mod for the competition I decided to quickly toss together a custom test bench. I've been wanting a test bench for years and never got around to it. Sick and tired of leaving my components lying around while I build I finally took action. Starting with an old Antec case provided by my boy at Party Bros Design, I chopped it up and started to piece this together. Making the frame would be some scrap wood leftover from my basement reno and some black paint to match the rest of the parts. I didn't get many pictures along the way but I decided to include some wiring access holes underneath, and even chopped up the old front panel buttons and found a nice spot to mount them.

    The end result is nothing special by any means, but instead of spending money on a test bench I used my imagination and some scrap pieces to make my idea happen. Now while I am in progress case modding etc I still have a fully functional PC that's in a safe spot and won't get damaged while lying around.

    Future plans are add an AIO cooler and some more fans.

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