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  • What's up, guys?

  • Just two cents here and we need to build a new computer.

  • We're gonna build ourselves the ultimate 9900 cake editing.

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  • We've teamed up with Emma Cy to show you how to build it thes the parts that we've chosen for our 9900 K building again a huge thank you to em Asai for sponsoring today's video.

  • Now, the main part of this and everything's gonna attach to is our m e g z 3 90 Godlike.

  • This is their flagship Z 3 90 motherboard has all the features we need to unlock all of the features of our 9900 K.

  • It's over clock Kable expandable and even has a live streaming capture card that comes with it, as well as an m dot to expansion card that can plug into your P C I express lanes, giving you a total of five n v m e m 50.2 drives on this.

  • So that's amazing when it comes to a motherboard for a graphics card, we've also chosen the M s I artie x 28 e t i trio.

  • This is a custom PCB over clocking friendly 28 e T.

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  • That's gonna give our gaming performance as well as our rendering performance a huge boost.

  • Now, as mentioned, we've got our 9900 k will be over clocking this because, you know, over clocking, you might be asking yourself why we chose a 99 100 k for an editing rig when there's X 2 99 and much higher core Count CP is out there.

  • Well, that is because of Quick Sink.

  • This has something called Quick Sink, which means Premiere can actually leverage the internal GPU in this chip as well.

  • A czar GPU on top of all the other core workout that's happening, nearing premier to give us a huge edge when it comes to rendering speeds.

  • So we saw a huge improvement with the 9900 K in our small form factor build when we enabled hardware and coding, and it was a huge boost versus not using it at all, even with having a GPU.

  • So that's why we're using that now.

  • In terms of power supply.

  • I am using my r M 8 50 This is a Corsair power supply.

  • We're using a custom sleeve cable set for that to make it look good.

  • Obviously, I mean, this is a little bit of extreme build.

  • We wanted to look as good as possible because it's a showpiece is, well, loza regular desktop PC.

  • Now we've got here some very special edition Corsair Ram.

  • This is the Dominator platinum.

  • It's actually the black and orange with the burnt tops.

  • But I switched the silver tops back on this, making this more of a one on one custom one off as a lot of ones in there.

  • Ram from this filled because we're using our be quiet, silent base 801 case, which is also black and orange.

  • So this is going to tie in a bit of a theme there.

  • Speaking of case, obviously, like I say, we're using the silent based 801 It's a full tower case.

  • It's gonna fit our motherboard or graphics cards.

  • We have plenty of expansion availability on there when it comes to hard drives or add more spinning storage to keep our CPU cool.

  • We're using the NZX T crack and x 72.

  • This is a 360 millimeter a water cooler, which is going to be easy to service because this is a rendering system.

  • We're not doing custom loop or rigid tubes or anything like that because he's of maintenance.

  • And working on this system needs to be a priority if something goes down so we can easily swap it out.

  • We care about lights and stuff around here.

  • We like bling, if that's not obvious already.

  • So we are using the NZX thi hue to lighting accessory kit.

  • We might expand this to also using the under glow for the case.

  • We'll see how that goes, and then storage.

  • This is this is the interesting part here because this isn't an editing rig.

  • You'll see we've actually got three different types of storage here.

  • We are gonna be using a patriot 404 180 gigabyte N v M E S s d.

  • So it's an m dot to SST that will be plugged in directly to our mother board in one of the m 10.2 slots that's gonna house are operating system premier stuff like that that we want to load quickly.

  • We have a Kingston SST now.

  • One terabyte SSD drive.

  • This is our scratch drive.

  • We're gonna move all footage were editing on onto this drive.

  • And that's the only thing that's gonna be tasked with is allowing us to edit off of this drive so it doesn't have to share resource is any other drives.

  • The only read right that's gonna be happening on here is with our project files.

  • And when we're done, we move him off and then the process continues.

  • And then we have got the behemoth right here.

  • This is our C gate Iron Wolf 10 terabyte drive.

  • This is gonna be our storage drive for all of our video project files when they're done, and then we move them from their torn.

  • As so we have kind of a redundant backup on there.

  • So now that all the parts have been discussed, let's go and talk about the tools we're gonna use for this bill how to build a computer like this.

  • You don't really need any sort of specialized tools.

  • In fact, all you pretty much you're gonna need is a screwdriver, and this is a multi bit driver.

  • So it's got a flat head on one side, Philip on the other, and then two different sizes for each as well as a six millimeter in eight millimeter nut driver.

  • So this is usually all you need to get the job done.

  • But because I'm a little bit lazier, I like to use a power screwdriver.

  • So we'll be using one of these today.

  • Um, zip ties and a side side cutters and a magnetic bowl.

  • This is kind of optional tools.

  • It just helps you stay organized.

  • Will be zip tying wires and stuff for cable management, the side cutters to cut zip ties.

  • And then, of course, we don't lose any of our screws.

  • So we have this magnetic tray to put all of our screws in.

  • So now we talked about the parts that we've talked about the tools Let's go ahead and start building it and show you just how to put it together.

  • So the first thing you're gonna do is prepare your case.

  • Now, there's no one method that's gonna work for every single case that's out there.

  • So you're gonna probably have to check the manual for chamber case you chose.

  • So we'll take off both the most side panels on this because we're gonna need to access obviously, both sides of this case and get these out of the way for safekeeping Because we have a temperate glass side panel.

  • We're gonna put this somewhere where I won't break it inside.

  • Pretty much every single case Manufacturer box is a box of accessories which is gonna have all your screws and the mounting plates that you need hard drives or whatever else in this case, be quiet, Puts everything in this box Dr Sleds, additional Dr Sled screws, zip ties.

  • Everything need is here, so locate yours instead of the side will use that in a minute.

  • But now that we've got our case pretty much ready to go ahead, move on to the motherboard.

  • So before we install the motherboard into our case, there's two things I want to do before that we're gonna install our seep you into the socket because it's easiest to access right now while is out of the case.

  • And we're also gonna install our m dot to envy me SSD onto the motherboard because it's obviously easy to access.

  • Now I'm gonna install it in the bottom portion right here because we're gonna have a graphics card in this top slot.

  • So if we ever have to access this and said, Taking our graphics card out, we'll be able to access it right here much easier, obviously very amusing.

  • Three envy Emmys.

  • Then you would put one in all three spots to install the CPU, pushed down the retention our move it out of the way.

  • But keep your finger on it because it is under spring tensions.

  • You don't want to flip back on.

  • You remove the socket cover and then you'll notice on the CPU.

  • You actually have to indentation on there and those air gonna correlate with two indentations on the socket so it can only be installed one way.

  • No easy way to remember what Intel Si pues is.

  • The lettering is always going to go right side up so smoothly dropping in there.

  • Give it a little wiggle to make sure it's seated all the way.

  • Pushed down the retention cover, push it underneath the retention screw, and then you'll push the arm down under a lot of tension.

  • It's gonna feel awkward.

  • There's a lot of tension there.

  • Move it back under the little lip.

  • Move the cover out of the way.

  • Inter CPU is now installed.

  • Now the envy me installations.

  • Pretty simple.

  • Most of the motherboards are the same.

  • You're gonna remove the cover.

  • Screw This will fold back out of the way.

  • The M s.

  • I m 0.2 slots.

  • Have thermal pads on there so that you can get better thermal transfer of heat from your SSD because a colder Dr performs better.

  • So peel that cover often out of the way.

  • Remove this retention.

  • Screw for your s s d.

  • Keep it in a safe place.

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  • Installations.

  • Very simple.

  • It can only go one way.

  • You'll notice this notch.

  • It's gonna correlate with a notch that's on the motherboard.

  • Put it in at a slight angle, push it down against the thermal pad, and then reinstall your screw toe.

  • Hold the drive down.

  • So we moved to cover from the top piece and then reinstall it in the reverse order that she took it off.

  • And now you have one installed and the m E s S D.

  • Before we install the motherboard, you need to prepare your case.

  • Now the be quiet silent base 801 already has the standoffs installed for us for a standard a TX layout.

  • But your motherboard me there.

  • If you're using a different size motherboard or your case may not have those standoff preinstalled.

  • So reference your manual because ours are ready to be installed.

  • We're gonna go ahead and put a motherboard in the chassis.

  • Now, this motherboard already has an IO she'll cover built into the back of it.

  • So we don't have to install one in the case.

  • If yours has a separate piece of metal, you would install that first and then drop your motherboard in.

  • Now, this case has a center standoff that doesn't have a screw thread in there, but it has a nipple which is gonna hold our mother board in place.

  • So be careful when you line up the motherboard.

  • You don't wanna have to use any sort of force to get it in there.

  • And you don't want the standoff to be grounding anything on the back of the motherboard.

  • So once everything is lined up and then all the screw holes line up with your standoffs, then you can put in your screws and tighten them down finger tight.

  • So I'm gonna be relocating the 1 40 millimeter fans on the front of this case to the top because there are no top fans in this particular case.

  • But I'm gonna be putting the 360 millimeter radiator on the front, so I'm just gonna take these fans off, amount them over here.

  • The nice thing about the be quiet cases, it has this sled that slides out.

  • So if you're installing in a Iot or fans or whatever it may be, you don't have to try and fight with it.

  • If you could just slide this out, mount everything to it and slide it back in.

  • So depending on the cooler that you have, it's gonna be different process for mounting air coolers or different than a iose Iose are obviously very different than like custom water cooling loops.

  • But the process is typically the same on when I do my installations.

  • I like the mount the fans to the radiator first and then mount the radiator where it's gonna go.

  • So in this case, I'm gonna have the fans set as a pool, which means pulling air through the radiator into the chassis, and I'm an amount that to the chassis first and then the cooler to the CPU and be able to do it right for your application.

  • You obviously need to consult the manual with whatever cooler that you're going with.

  • Now, if you're going with a Iot, you need to kind of check for some clearances here.

  • So we tried to install this normally so that the writing on the NZX T is horizontal.

  • The problem is, the tubes were interfering with our ram right here, which is kind of unfortunate.

  • But it's okay because we have plenty of slack in our tubes so we can just rotate the cooler in, ah, 90 degree orientation because the bracket is perfectly square.

  • So we could just rotate this So that's out of the way and then we're good to go.

  • So now that we have our seep you installed are motherboard installed in our chassis and are cooler in there.

  • And we made sure we have no obstructions.

  • We could go ahead, install our memories.

  • So now you can see why I went with this black and orange kind of anaesthetic because it matches perfectly with our silent base.

  • 801 Before you install the memory, you wanna make sure the tabs air flipped up and that you orient yourself with this notch in the module that correlates with the notch in the socket.

  • So because we have four modules, it's pretty simple for us.

  • We can just put one module in every single slot.

  • But if you're not running full modules and all of your slots, you want to look at your manual to make sure that you're installing them in the proper order because you have a single channel and dual channel config.

  • Or if you're running even an X Series motherboard, then you can actually have Quad Channel as well.

  • So consult with your manual to see which slots you need to use for your particular memory configuration.

  • So the next thing to do here is install our storage, our one terabyte SST and our iron will 10 terabyte drive.

  • Now, to be quite, case has this removable cage that you can install the drives in because we might add more storage to this later.

  • I'm not gonna install both in this cage.

  • I'm gonna let the SSD get installed in its portion on the back of the cage or the back of the case right here, rather so that we can easily access that because then we have a room here for two of these drives.

  • If we decide to expand it later now, installing it is gonna be dependent on your case.

  • So again, look at your case.

  • Mounting options to determine what the appropriate processes.

  • But the silent base 801 actually has these rubber grommets on here to keep our mechanical drive nice and quiet because mechanical drives tend to make clicking sounds.

  • And having these rubber grommets are gonna isolate that so that we don't hear it on.

  • The nice thing about SSD is because they're so small you could fit quite a few of them into cases.

  • Now, case manufacturers have picked up on this have started coming up with pretty unique options to allow you to mount more SS D's.

  • And because of their small, thin form factor, you can fit them just about anywhere.

  • So, like I said, this one mounts on the back of the motherboard tray, which gives us nice, easy access to it.

  • If we decide that we want to remove it, replace it upgraded or whatever down the line so you can see rsst is now installed.

  • So the nice thing about the NZX Hugh to controller is that it uses the exact same mounting mechanism or whole spacing as an SSD so anywhere that you have an SSD mount.

  • You can actually mount the control box, but it's also magnetic.

  • So if you have a steel case, you could just install this on the back.

  • Your motherboard.

  • Trey, if you didn't have anywhere, that you could screw this down and it would stay.

  • But because we have the mounting option, we're gonna go ahead and mount this on our bracket that goes right behind the CPU.

  • So next we'll do our power supply and get our cable management ready to go.

  • I like to install the graphics card last.

  • So if you're waiting to get to that part, that's kind of like the icing on the cake.

  • We're gonna get our graft.

  • We're gonna get our power supply, and our cables all run through here.

  • And the be quiet case here has this bracket that comes off the back.

  • You mount this to your power supply directly, and then you can put in your power supply.

  • And now there's gonna be a lot of debate on whether or not your fan should be facing down or your fan can face up.

  • It's promising preference at this point, but these cases do have perforation and airflow events on the bottom so you can pull in fresh air from the bottom.

  • But if you're sitting on thick carpet, a really tall carpet that could sort of choke off this particular event right here.

  • So it's really gonna be based on your situation.

  • If it's on a desk or hard surface or thin carpet, then you'd be fine pointing it straight down.

  • In fact, that's the way most people prefer to install it.

  • So this power supply is fully modular, and I have these custom cables to use with this entire supply.

  • Now, the cables I come with their black, which look nice, but I like the way individually sleeve cables.

  • Look, this is a black pair accord, and these are available for the course there.

  • How are supplies?

  • So we're going to do now is I'm just gonna plug in all of the chords I know we're gonna use.

  • We're gonna need our power cable for a PC I express, which is our graphics card are 24 pin for a motherboard, R a p E p s for our CPU.

  • And in fact, we have to a p e p s on this motherboard.

  • So I'm gonna plug in both of those, and then I'm gonna plug in my peripheral on here as well.

  • That way, I can plug in power for our Hugh too.

  • The lighting modules.

  • We might add our fan controller as well as our storage.

  • Now, this is where you can start doing some of your cable management.

  • You can run the cables that you know, we're gonna be going together, uh, and zip tie them now before we put it into the chassis.

  • So these are both my eight pens, CPU power plugs.

  • And I know these are gonna take the exact same route, so I'm gonna go ahead and zip, tie these two cables together, so I'm not fighting with tryingto pull him out of the stack later.

  • Because, as you can see, there's quite a few wires that are going into this build, and it just makes it easier for me to keep track of.

  • I'm gonna do the same thing for the PC I express as well as the savior.