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Thank you very much. Click on my sig rig and you can check out the rest of the setup.

Awesome, I'll probably steal a lot of your ideas! Now go have fun with it!
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Damn, that's pretty.
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Very nice indeed. Would love to see a shot with the front door on.
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post #65 of 195
Looks good.
Too bad you actually added that small radiator, now you will never know that it does nothing but kills some flow. Not only 120mm rad vs 3x180 has about 15% of surface of the large one, but also it is cooled by preheated air from the case, which alters performance for even worse. Unless sometime later you planned to test the difference. You could try to turn off fan on that little rad and that would be already part of the answer.

As for the rest of the loop, I'm wondering what level of noise are you aiming for. I've seen your caselabs build video, and it seemed really loud (no wonder given amout of fans used there), so I guess you wouldn't mind to turn these 180mm fans on maximum speed. Would be cool if you could test quiet setup too, how loop behaves, on minimal fan speed settings. Then I'm curious how is koolance reservoir, in terms of vibrations. I heard these powerful pumps can be audible.
post #66 of 195
I am still in shock, your custom modded case with 540mm has me rethinking my TJ11 build for 2012 (far cheaper than TJ11), not to mention this build inspires me! I can't wait to see what your temps are like and what db those AP180mm fans put out at low and full speed!
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Looks good.
Too bad you actually added that small radiator, now you will never know that it does nothing but kills some flow. Not only 120mm rad vs 3x180 has about 15% of surface of the large one, but also it is cooled by preheated air from the case, which alters performance for even worse. Unless sometime later you planned to test the difference. You could try to turn off fan on that little rad and that would be already part of the answer.

As for the rest of the loop, I'm wondering what level of noise are you aiming for. I've seen your caselabs build video, and it seemed really loud (no wonder given amout of fans used there), so I guess you wouldn't mind to turn these 180mm fans on maximum speed. Would be cool if you could test quiet setup too, how loop behaves, on minimal fan speed settings. Then I'm curious how is koolance reservoir, in terms of vibrations. I heard these powerful pumps can be audible.
Aerial..Im sorry to disappoint you with my build. I do appreciate you following. All of these parts are available in todays market, maybe you should pick them up and put a build of your own together..at lease that way you wont have to be so disappointed in my build.

As far as niose...I could care less..I game with a headset on..I seem to go for performance over noise. CFM>db. The Koolance RES and two MCP-655 pumps when bled are quite as crap. I cant even hear them in the loop. The flow indicator makes more noise.
I don't normaly respond to post like this, but I put a ton of work into this machine and bottom line it is MY machine. I cant make everyone happy, but I think I can live with the result.

Thank you to everyone else who stopped by to check out the machine
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^^^EXACTLY!! More people need to realize this is "NOT YO STUFF" so dont post saying you should have done it differently IF THE POSTER DIDNT ASK FOR YOUR SMELLY OPINION..
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Aerial..Im sorry to disappoint you with my build. I do appreciate you following. All of these parts are available in todays market, maybe you should pick them up and put a build of your own together..at lease that way you wont have to be so disappointed in my build.

I don't normaly respond to post like this, but I put a ton of work into this machine and bottom line it is MY machine. I cant make everyone happy, but I think I can live with the result.

Thank you to everyone else who stopped by to check out the machine
Which part of my post sounds so offending?..
I'm am just giving you my thoughts, things I really like or other things I wonder why were chosen. I don't get what is wrong with that. Forums are for sharing thoughts on projects, with enough feedback we can get only better. Sometimes I feel like people are so used to just favorable opnions, that they can't taky any criticism.
Isn't really a post that contains constructive feedback better than dozens of "AWSOME111" comments?

Again, as I said, I like most of your work, and I question only several of your minor choices, which I tried to explain. I didn't know you take it as such offence.
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Great job. More pictures
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