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Thermaltake Mozart TX : The Big Tower !

post #1 of 5
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Hello !

I just introduce you to another of my MOD based on a Thermaltake Mozart TX case.

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Config :

I7 875K
CM Asus Maximus Extreme III
2x2GB Gskill PC16000 cases.6 ft series
PSU Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1000w
Cg tri SLI GTX480
Intel 80GB SSD Postville

4 rad 240 EK XT + 1 rad 360 Doc slim + 2 rad 120 (un Doc 120 Extreme + un Doc slim)to reach a total of 1560mm of cumulative rad in the case !


So here we go!

Receipt and removal:

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After stripping and cutting grids fans :

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Peinture full white :

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Mounting the drives cage painted in black:

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Installation of the first 2x 240 rad:

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Creating a support of 240 rads on the top and test (there will be 2 to final):

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Installation of 360 rad (with cutting the cage drives):

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Small changes and new color for the cage drives (white instead of black) :

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Mounting (almost) all my rads + config:

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And with the back door in place:

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Front panel :

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Added 120 rad (so I 1560mm rads of cumulative total) and Addition of 12 fans :

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A small bench:

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And voila wink.gif
post #2 of 5
Why not 2 seperate loops?
And just one pump? Which one are you running?

But a very high quality build! nice job!
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post #3 of 5
That's crazy. I like it biggrin.gif
post #4 of 5
I may be wrong but that looks like a rasa 750 pump. I'm rather new to water cooling but that is a lot of loop for one single low-end pump/res combo. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

Beautiful build btw, dont mean to rag on ya with my assumptions wink.gif
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post #5 of 5
its a dream come true...

big size casing = awesome
plenty of radiator = amazing..
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