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So i thought i would bring my Build over here to show u guys what im running. Thank you for viewing.

Nadeshiko - Japanese word which means perfect woman.

The system is divided into two parts.
The Air Exchanger
The Water Compartment.

Air Exchanger:
MM Pedistool - Case
MCR320 x 2 - Gpu Loop
PA120.3 - Cpu Loop
PA160 - Board / Aux Loop.

The Water Compartment:
Koolance RX-402X2 Rev. 1.1 /w Dual DDC in Koolance Sinks - GPU loop
Koolance RX-452x2 /w Dual D5's - Board / Aux Loop
Koolance Tube Customized Tube Res /w Customized HWlux dual inlet DDC-2 - Cpu loop.

3 Loops, 6 pumps, 4 radiators. (tim allen man grunt)


When planning my loops i arranged it like so:
CPU - Uncut performance, lowest restriction, maximized flow
GPU - Low restriction, secondary performance.
Board/AUX - Lets see how overkill i can get...

So I assume like all other forums, thread = pointless without pics right?

This is where i started:


More Pulling reveals more unknown life forms:



Yes i have some unidentified life forms growing in that top chamber.. too bad i have to kill it.

Had to drag the culture chamber outside so i dont recontaminate my room.




Once everything was removed... cleaning and detox began:




My Rads all laying out:




My Air chamber, i will arrange the radiators like so:


Now i will pause on the LC gear, and show u guys the hardware:
(look at my system info for details)

(upgraded the 250 -> 550Ti)


(hmmm i should retake this with OCN in the middle. )







Now back to the build...

Building a tri loop system is NOT FUN.
Infact you get lost not inside the case, but outside..
Parts just magically disappear when you swore you laid it out right in front of you.

It starts like this:


Then becomes this:


Then again this:


Soon you dont have enough floor room even, so you have to stack stuff:


So Back to the air chamber:
The rads are mounted with fans like this:
I ditched the tribewerks... they dont perform up to specs vs san aces.


My GPU radiator sandwitch:
Shroud -San Ace- Shroud



Need to reorganize the next part.
I'll continue on another post... oh sneak peak on the other post is blingy screws:


Needed them for case restoration:

Edited by NaeKuh - 6/14/11 at 1:06pm
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I await the next post, looks great.
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Hey, have you thought about tapping the threads on your koolance sinks to put on 60mm fans? I tapped the threads on those nuts to use 6-32, cuz 3mm is a pain to find around here. 60mm fan fits perfect, and controlled by the mb header, oh yea.
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Hey, have you thought about tapping the threads on your koolance sinks to put on 60mm fans? I tapped the threads on those nuts to use 6-32, cuz 3mm is a pain to find around here. 60mm fan fits perfect, and controlled by the mb header, oh yea.
If your talking about the DDC sinks... they dont require any fan at all.
I'll show u in the next part when i show u the hardware up close
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can i haz?
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If your talking about the DDC sinks... they dont require any fan at all.
I'll show u in the next part when i show u the hardware up close
I've tested them, they get friggin hot to the touch running full speed for extended periods of time.
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can you post screene of your load (P95 /30MIN) temps and ambient ?
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Originally Posted by NaeKuh View Post
Nadeshiko - Japanese word which means perfect woman.

This is where i started:
You sure started with one dirty woman there, NaeKuh...
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The Case:
I had a problem with rust.

Everything and anything which had the potential to rust would rust.


I swapped all my steel screws to anodized alu screws.




Now the Water Part:

The CPU Loop is driven by a Customized Koolance Tube Res /w Dual DDC-2 and a HWLux Top.


The unique aspect about this top is the dual inlet converging to a single outlet:


This goes to a KL-370 -> PA120.3 -> back to res.
I could not use a koolance sink on a DDC-2. The Koolance DDC sink does not support old DDC models. What u see are my custom sinks i had made for myself by bei fei.

I wanted a little bling in the res, so i added a melvin tube at the top + extended tubing down, so when i had a LED shine though the melvin tube, the patch of red would light up a bit.


The GPU Loop is powered by a RX-402X2 Located in the front bay:


This goes from Bay -> MCR320 Stack -> KL-580 x 2 -> Bay

My RX-402X2 has to be the most expensive single unit eq i have.
The bay res + 2 DDC's + the sinks puts it at a very beefy price.


But they do look nice..
The Koolance DDC Sinks are like so:


Its a metal replacement shell, and the pcb is directly cooled by a sink with a thermal pad.
The sink is XSPC Top friendly as long as u have clearance on the sides:


Its a very well made sink.

The GPU Loop is powered by a RX-452X2 located on the floor of the main compartment:


Bay -> PA160 -> full board -> Bay.

The raptors u see is my junk / temp / cache folder drives in R0.
I had 2 free Sata ports and i made use of them.

So all the LC parts installed somehow i managed to clean up to look like this:


The bottom tubing supports are no longer there, i was going to replace it with pvc, but i kinda got lazy.

The one thing i love about my new build, and its not expensive, is the rheobus PWM.


The scythe u see at top is just used for its temp display.
I have each probe inside each core to get a temp reading.

The pwm rheobuss takes the pwm signal off your motherboard, and translates it to 30W / channel headers.

I have it tied to 6 san aces on PWM! My PC sounds like a Car Dyno when your running benchmarks, which is halarious.


Another thing i learned.. its the last time i go after purple.
In my 3 attemps at purple.. i got it once correct on my FC-5, and then 2 fails at UV being purple.... one turned out pink, the other blue.


Ummmm @ this point i dont know what else u would like to see, so if u make requests, i can post it.

The rest of the pictures were mostly testing pictures.
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post
can you post screene of your load (P95 /30MIN) temps and ambient ?
Thanks
i would love to, however my cpu isnt very well calibrated at the levels the system brings.

Meaning she idles 100% of the time below ambient of what my sensors report, including the diode under the cpu board.

So the best u could get is a rise and fall, but u cant take the max load + idle.

Anyhow i'll bring one up as soon as i find time for 30 min..

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You sure started with one dirty woman there, NaeKuh...
LMAO.... i think everyone knows that...
Edited by NaeKuh - 6/14/11 at 1:41pm
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