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I don't know what your blocks are worth, I was just trying to give you a starting point. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by juano View Post

I don't know what your blocks are worth, I was just trying to give you a starting point. smile.gif

Thanks - yeah hard to know exactly what they're worth - the cheapest 480 blocks I've seen that are still available are the EK ones for $110. So I guess "new" price would be 320. The koolance are near the top of the pack according to skinnee:

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Hambone sold his identical ones for 750 a month back I think, but he had to split them and of course that was before the 680 came out.
     
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I'm guessing around 630 is good.

BTW, sorry for my bad spelling, that's what happens when you type on a 4" touchscreen with no autocorrect rolleyes.gif
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Alright time for another update. Here's the loop testing for the workstation. Bear in mind this is not the final loop - it will be tidier with nicer fittings, for now I need to get my workstation up and running, I can pretty it up later.

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Some of the tube is the pink tube that I had mentioned before, that will be replaced. Bleeding of the annoying koolance reservoir was made easier by the dedicated fill ports and by the QDC's. The D5's struggle to push that much air out of the system, so it was much easier to bleed the cpu section and the radiator seperately and then connect them up as a whole:

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Now that it had passed leak testing it was time to take it to the office:

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It was now heavy (and bulky) and I didn't trust the BP crystal links not to loosen up if I didn't take it down the step smoothly, so I found a piece of plywood in the shed to help:

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First boot! Yay! It was just the kitchen that was covered in parts, so was the office, it's a real mess as I still had my old workstation running while I tweaked the clocks on this one.

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I temporarily put the power supply in the top chamber while I did the overclocking tweaking:

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Did a quick bench to see the limit of the chip, I couldn't get past 5.22GHz on water. I tried up to 1.66V, but nothing past 1.56 really helped. 5.22 means it's a pretty average 3930K, certainly no golden chip frown.gif I tried to settle for a 24/7 clock of 4.95, but I didn't like the volts, so settled down for 4.9 instead, I'll see if I can tweak the memory faster than 2133 CL9 later, here's a SS of the 5.22:

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Next I installed the power supplies properly, here you can see the optional PSU support bracket for long power supplies. It's probably not necessary, but why not? It comes with some rubber tape to damp any vibrations:

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Here's the first PSU installed:

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Edited by stren - 4/30/12 at 9:59pm
     
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post #675 of 3824
Looking very good, as expected. I can't wait to see this finished!
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Just a question: cpuld you link me to thr pedestal you used?
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Yes, this. ^ I have not been able to find a pedestal that is large enough for the TX10.
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I can't see it on the website sadly - the only thing I could find was this from the TX10 launch:

Pedestal Assembly (MAC-200) Specifications:
Size: 20.63"W x 8.34"H x 30.38"D (524mm x 212mm x 772mm)
19" Rack Space: 4U
Max Radiator Size: 140.9 (with available Super Mount - Radiator mounts purchased separately)
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 3
Weight: 18 lbs.

Pedestal options:
Front Cover: Flex-Bay (N/C), Solid* (N/C)

* Flex-Bay opening still exists in the frame

MAC-200 TX10 Pedestal Assy: 259.95

However this was before the prices got raised, might be more expensive now. I would email/call Jim for more info
     
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Just a question: cpuld you link me to thr pedestal you used?

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Originally Posted by BOB850123 View Post

Yes, this. ^ I have not been able to find a pedestal that is large enough for the TX10.

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Originally Posted by stren View Post

I can't see it on the website sadly - the only thing I could find was this from the TX10 launch:
Pedestal Assembly (MAC-200) Specifications:
Size: 20.63"W x 8.34"H x 30.38"D (524mm x 212mm x 772mm)
19" Rack Space: 4U
Max Radiator Size: 140.9 (with available Super Mount - Radiator mounts purchased separately)
Flex-Bays (5.25” Bays): 3
Weight: 18 lbs.
Pedestal options:
Front Cover: Flex-Bay (N/C), Solid* (N/C)
* Flex-Bay opening still exists in the frame
MAC-200 TX10 Pedestal Assy: 259.95
However this was before the prices got raised, might be more expensive now. I would email/call Jim for more info

It never was on the CaseLabs store... the only place I've ever seen it was on the FTW PC's site... as you can get it with a custom paint job along with the TX10 straight from them. Their site is closed for the moment I think though, so can't confirm if still there.
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It never was on the CaseLabs store... the only place I've ever seen it was on the FTW PC's site... as you can get it with a custom paint job along with the TX10 straight from them. Their site is closed for the moment I think though, so can't confirm if still there.

Closed until... today. Later today.
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