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post #1461 of 1907
This is how mine is looking at the moment. Things I still have to sort out :

  1. Too much tubing within the loop - this was intentional as I was being a bit chicken on my first watercooled build and didn't want to be too short.
  2. Tidy up some of the wiring / braid some of the wires / get some splitters etc
  3. Get some lights going on - some UV strips
  4. Top up the Resevoir
  5. Possibly get a fan controller front plate and hook em all up

Theme is black / white / blue so I will possibly replace the power connections / get an atx extender in the right colour to make that bit look neater. Happy for comments or suggestions

post #1462 of 1907
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Originally Posted by kingchris View Post


YER BABY!!!
Shes a big bugger!!!!!!!!
Just for you Hanover!
Looks nice, I am also considering to go external rolleyes.gif Can you give some link reviews for this baby. It looks aluminium, aren't you afraid of problems with CU WB?
I have to show this thread to my wife to stop complaining of my WC biggrin.gif
post #1463 of 1907
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Better throw my hat in this ring. Brought my case +12 months ago, had to halt the project for a while but its all berries again now. Keeping a build log at this site http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?p=14925806#post14925806
Key points;
* 3 loop build
* 140.3 + 120.2 + 200.... All internalised
* Full management kit on the cooling (aquapc)
* Watercooled revo3x2 max
* big mofo Elysium case

what kind of water block you plan on using on that revo drive?
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this is how my case is set up at the moment until i can figure out how to shove all the wires on the side with the aquarium chiller under the side panel. that lil thermometer in my computer tells me the ambient temp as well as humidity, then it calculates the dew point for me so i know how low i can set my aquarium chiller without causing condensation biggrin.gif
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post #1465 of 1907
copper core so no worrys
link
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/index.php?cPath=7_31_838

its german, but you can soon get the english conversion!

the cost isnt that much more then standard rads, very well put together and runs 4 sections ( water travels through the rad 4 times so huge water contact area, cant remember link but has a high flow resistance but the best of any rad for coolong to fan speed( due to the chambers it runs, and it look dam good!!

if you go for a large rad get the top res as well.
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post #1466 of 1907
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CABLES... they do spoil a good build. Nice build! thumb.gif
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post #1467 of 1907
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this is how my case is set up at the moment until i can figure out how to shove all the wires on the side with the aquarium chiller under the side panel. that lil thermometer in my computer tells me the ambient temp as well as humidity, then it calculates the dew point for me so i know how low i can set my aquarium chiller without causing condensation biggrin.gif

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sometimes a big case ant big enough!
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post #1468 of 1907
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sometimes a big case ant big enough!

Hehehe, I would know wink.gif
post #1469 of 1907
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Hehehe, I would know wink.gif

yes ive seen the build.. biggrin.gif
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post #1470 of 1907
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This is how mine is looking at the moment. Things I still have to sort out :
  1. Too much tubing within the loop - this was intentional as I was being a bit chicken on my first watercooled build and didn't want to be too short.
  2. Tidy up some of the wiring / braid some of the wires / get some splitters etc
  3. Get some lights going on - some UV strips
  4. Top up the Resevoir
  5. Possibly get a fan controller front plate and hook em all up
Theme is black / white / blue so I will possibly replace the power connections / get an atx extender in the right colour to make that bit look neater. Happy for comments or suggestions

Fine with me as long your system is operating at normal temperatures. :3
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