goldfries : R2 Labs - Powered by Ryzen and Radeon

The idea of this build is to fuse my passion for PC, Case Mod and Figurine Photography into a single project. It's not the most impressive, given that I'm very green when it comes to modding and it's also my first time creating a huge diorama and my first time creating a custom water cooling loop - gah the pressure!


That said, the R2 Labs is a science lab for those tiny dolls. The idea of having a fully functional computer as part of a doll house has been in my mind for a while now, in fact I thought of using casings as a doll house but never thought of running a full system, let alone a powerful one and with a custom water cooling loop.


This is also my first time using 3D printed components to serve as a structure for the entire build. The pillars for the lower floor, the radiator holder, the motherboard holder and the PSU holder are all 3D printed.


Anyway the specs are

- AMD Ryzen 7 1700

- ASRock X370 Gaming

- AMD Radeon RX Vega 56

- XPG D41 DDR4 2x 8GB

- Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 120 Air Balance RGB (2 units)

- Thermaltake Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB Water Cooling Kit

- Gamdias Cyclops X1-1200P RGB 1200W 80 PLUS Platinum Power Supply

- SilverStone LS02 LED strips

- Pendrive 256GB M.2 SSD


XPG D41 RAM with Thermaltake Waterblock

AMD Radeon RX Vega 56


Fan Cooler Master Fans? You bet!


Motheroard support structure, 3D printed.

Stairs and radiator supports are 3D printed.

Pillars and PSU holder are 3D Printed.

Bye bye, see you soon!

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