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That is immpressive! A lot of stuff in a small space.
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W520
(9 items)
 
FrankenPad
(13 items)
 
 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
i7-2760QM NVIDIA Quadro 2000M 16gigs (4x4) 1600 DDR3 Samsung 840 EVO 256gig 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Samsung Spinpoint M9T 2TB DVD-RW Debian 8.2 15" 1080P LED 
Mouse
Trackpoint 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Core 2 Duo (Merom) 2.0 Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 4G Samsung Intel X40 
Optical DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
DVD Linix Mint 14 15" SXGA+ ALPS ANSI 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
90w power brick T60 4:3 UltraNav Intel HD Audio 
Other
Atheros 9820 
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Originally Posted by shogunlogun View Post

That looks awesome biggrin.gif
I just built a PC for a friend using the same case. When I put it together I was thinking, "how the hell would you water cool something in this case?!"
Well sir you just showed my how and I am impressed! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by tipo33 View Post

That is immpressive! A lot of stuff in a small space.

Thanks guys. i am very happy with how it turned out. Although I didnt fit the radiators in that I need for quad watercooled SLI like I had imagined. This was serious fun.

Compared to the stock pictures, I have a stuffed baby. As per my wishes ^___^

aside from:
1) forgetting a o-ring...terrifying moment when water starts leaking from a pressure test.
2) there is apparently an 'in' and 'out' port on that reservoir. had to turn the loop around to get rid of bubble city
3) after modding was finished, I had to literally bend the frame back into place so I could reattach the panels.
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