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Math Military Modding's real carbon fibre rigid rubing, an update

Math Military Modding is closer to completing the ASUS Strix real carbon fiber rigid tubing build

By Chris Smith | Feb 22, 2015 07:35 pm CST

Remember when we teased that real carbon fiber custom PC project by Math Military Modding? It's now one step closer to completion and we wouldn't be more excited.


We've recently shared Mathieu's take on the MSI GTX970 Krait Edition, but here's an update on the project at hand. Featuring a Seasonic PSU, Kingston HyperX RAM and SSD, EK WaterBlocks cooling components and some beautiful ASUS hardware, his updated project Facebook album has a plethora of images on display, however we've condensed the information down here for you.


This ASUS Strix build sets out to use real carbon fiber as the rigid tubing for the watercooling loop, which makes sense given Mathieu's modding name - Math Military Modding.

Chris Smith


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