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post #71 of 134
Hey Ryan, I do believe I have the voltage droop problem nailed down to a t! If ya want I'll help ya get the solution set on your board saturday. Text me for some details tonight after 5ish.
 
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Ryzen 7 1700x Gigabyte Auros ax370 gaming 5 gigabyte geforce gtx 1080 ti gaming Crucial Ballistix Tactical ddr4-3000 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Seagate Barracuda 4TB crucial mx300 m2 Asus dvd rw corsair h100i 
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corsair af120 corsair af 120 windows 10 pro 64 bit asus vw 246h 
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aoc 2236vw corsair k40 corsair rm750x corsair graphite 760t arctic white 
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Seagate Barracuda 4TB crucial mx300 m2 Asus dvd rw corsair h100i 
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corsair af120 corsair af 120 windows 10 pro 64 bit asus vw 246h 
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post #72 of 134
if i may you could prob seal teh back and sides of your mount on the card and make it a blower style cooling. It would ensure that your card is staying nice and cool all teh way around and it would be so sick...
post #73 of 134
Cool mod, i love it when people mod the corsair kits biggrin.gif
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post #74 of 134
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Quote:
Originally Posted by royalflush5 View Post

Cool mod, i love it when people mod the corsair kits biggrin.gif

then stay tuned sir...stay tuned!!! its gonna get a little crazy tongue.gif a friend came to see the madness and loved mine so much he wanted his 1090 and gtx260 done up the same way....also got me a new h100 to replace the h60 on my cpu....wish me luck

will be doing as much of a complete write up of the entire process as i can. hope you will enjoy the journey
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Edited by PCEnthusiast85 - 4/19/12 at 10:42pm
post #75 of 134
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H40 modded gts250 DONE biggrin.gifthumb.gif <---this is my friends i did for him today as well as adding in a H60 to his cpu...will have video of everything mostly done tomorrow i hope.. Check back in later

happy modding!! thumb.gif

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post #76 of 134
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this is the last post ill be making until tomorrow night.. shutting er' down and taking out ol betsy (my cpu's corsair h60) to make room for the new H100. here are some shots of everything ive been doing this afternoon.
had a friend ask to have me hook him up with one of my custom loops, so of course i said YES!!

this is his rig: asus mobo, 1055T, 8 gigs crucial ddr3 1600, gts 250, 700 watts, OCZ 60g SSD, 1TB sata, blu ray/dvd/burner.

cleaned,rewired, gts 250 w/ my custom acrylic mount for the NEW h40, custom loop with swiftec micro res 1x h60 and the 1x h40 on the gfx card, mounting the rads and res. now so hopefully she will be testing all night and ready in the morning to go back to its home.

thumb.gif happy modding yal thumb.gif

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post #77 of 134
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Originally Posted by jeffblute View Post

With most of the money spent on tubing, acrylic and other odds and ends I don't see why you would want to go through all of this when you could get a proper water cooling setup.

I must say that I agreed with this comment at first and was thinking that same thing. LOL. Jeffblute, we post on a lot of the same threads. wink.gif

However, I quickly realized that this is not about having a clean looking water cooling set up. It is about doing everything by hand and totally modding everything. It is one ugly beast, but it is also beautiful at the same time, because of all of the work put into everything.

It all some how looks like it belongs together this way.

Nice work man....thumb.gif
post #78 of 134
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i thinks this is pretty sexy....Buddies PC is done!! **added second fans to both radiators after pics. just wanted to show off the sexy corsair 120 rads.
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now time to do epic things to my Rig!! thumb.gif Stay Tuned!!
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post #79 of 134
I have that same drill. Lol.
post #80 of 134
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TEASER PICTURE
the 460s are done. getting ready to mount the other bits...cut a few more lines, hide some wires and get some GOOD HIGH QUALITY H2o.

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