Well Done Matt and this is a Nice Article that came across my news alert!
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Corvette-Themed PC Is As Fast As It Looks | GM Authority
Corvette-Themed PC Is As Fast As It Looks
There are a plethora of car enthusiasts out there who want one thing, and one thing only–power. More power often equates to better performance and speed. Blistering zero-to-60 times and 200-plus-mph top speeds can make a gaggle of speed demons melt like butter on a warm pancake. There’s another aspect of life outside transportation that draws equally passionate speed demons–computers. And sometimes, interest in cars and computers intersect, such as they do for Matt Herman, a C7 Corvette owner who built a Corvette-themed PC that requires its own radiator.
While Herman has a 700-horsepower, supercharged Corvette in his garage, he now has a computer in his office that he claims is in the top one percent of all high-end desktop computers–in the world. That’s a bold claim, but you wouldn’t doubt his claim look at the specs. Beefy parts include Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX, MSI X399 MEG Creation motherboard, 32 gigabytes of G.Skill Flare-X F4-3200 C14 memory, and much more. Onboard storage includes two 512-GB hard drives and one one-terabyte hard drive.....................more
Thanks Kyle on posting the Article about my PC...It was very cool to see that!Matt,
I recall when you installed your first edition of the Navtool it seems to be labor intensive but I went to their website and they list it as a 2 out of 10 in terms of level of difficulty. In my mind, when you installed the original I would rate as a 7-8 out of 10, what sayeth you? How long would I anticipate to install and did you road map the new installation or since you installed the original, you didn't have to do as much? I didn't see a rundown of the installation process.
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In regards to the Navtool....they are full of crap on the ease of install.....I would rate it as a 7 or 8 of 10 for difficultly and time required. It took me a whole day to do everything...install the cameras, run all the wires, and then install the navtool itself. The new 5.0 version was a repeat of the original Navtool install, but it went much faster since I was a little wiser the second time...the wiring harnesses on the 5.0 are different vs. the 3.0 so one particular wire had to be rerun from the passenger side to the driver side behind the console...I have found that using a coat hanger was the best way to fish that wire...
I hope that helps.