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[Build Log] Silent Watercooling 800D

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* BUILD SCRAPPED *
NEW CASELABS BUILD, Will update with a link to new log.



Introduction
why hello thar!, this is going to be my first worklog ever. biggrin.gif
Going to be build a quiet as possible full watercooling loop in an Corsair 800D case. Going to be bringing my old build in a new case with new internals and watercooling parts.
Using Sound-Dampening Material to keep the case as quiet as possible, but trying to keep the case as cool efficient as possible.
Im also using this build for Gaming pretty much and future proofing myself.

Computer Parts

Old Build:
CPU: i7 2600k
MOBO: Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z
RAM: GSkill Sniper Series 16GB (4x4) 1866 mhz
GPU: SLI MSI GTX 680 2GB
PSU: Thermaltake Grand 1200w
SSD: 2x Patriot Wildfire 240gb (480gb)(Raid 0)
Case: Corsair Obsidian 650D

New Build (will probably make changes)
CPU: i7 3770K or 2600k(already have) (might just keep my 2600k due to barely increase in performance)
RAM: Corsair Dominator GT (not sure which one yet tongue.gif)
GPU: SLI MSI GTX 680 2GB (already have)(will probably sell for 2x GTX 690's, they look too sexy -.-)
PSU: Corsair AX1200 Sleeved (already have)
SSD: 2x Patriot Wildfire 240gb (480gb)(Raid 0) (already have)
Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D (Bought and Shipped)

Watercooling Accessories for the 800D
CPU Block: Swiftech Apogee HD (already have)
Pump: Swiftech 655-B D5 Pump (I have 2, but not sure if i wanna use 2 -.-, any suggestions?)
Radiator: XSPC RX 360, XSPC RX 240 (bought)
Fittings: All bitspower fittings only, i love them too much.
Fans: 13x Gentle Typhoon AP-15s (thanks to the OCN community for recommending it to me <3)
Reservoir: XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir/Pump Combo for D5 Pumps(already have), or a Bitspower Multitank-Z 150 or 250
Sound Dampening: AcoustiPack Ultimate (already have)

If I am missing anything please let me know, also i want to know peoples thoughts on what i should do on this build :], money is nothing for me, so be creative.
Will Update this Thread with Pictures
Edited by tamngoman - 5/22/12 at 6:30pm
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reserved for final pic :O
Edited by tamngoman - 5/4/12 at 5:46pm
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The Old 650D biggrin.gif
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Update 5/4/2012

Aquatuning.us Packaging biggrin.gif

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First Look at the Fans

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Came with the Fans, Phobya Gummie Bears, they taste amazing :O

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13x Gentle Typhoon AP-15s

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Holy Fan Blades Batman!!! thats a lot of fans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! think it'll be enough? gunner2.gif
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Originally Posted by shadowhero18 View Post

Holy Fan Blades Batman!!! thats a lot of fans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! think it'll be enough? gunner2.gif
oh yea, it should be enough :]

Update 5/7/2012
Sry the pictures are taken with a Samsung Focus Camera... lol. Will need to fix my dslr so i can take better pics.
Applied the Acoustic Sound Dampening and Started to Disassemble the 800D for the 240mm Rad Mod


Dampening Material is pretty thick, i think its 2-3 layers, depending on how much you need.

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AcoustiPack on the Window Side Panel

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AcoustiPack on the Back Panel
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AX1200 :]
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Sleeved Cables from Corsair!, good sleeving, a nice closeup for you guys
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the power supply came pre-sleeved?? woa! thats awesome!
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Originally Posted by shadowhero18 View Post

the power supply came pre-sleeved?? woa! thats awesome!
yep, its a new accessorie that corsair added to the ax-XXX psu lineup. the sleeving is nothing compared to mdpc-x but its really convenient.

Update 5/7/2012
Started Working on the RX360 and Gentle Typhoons AP15s


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Push/Pull :]
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Running into a Problem with the Push/Pull Setup, when im trying to fit it into the 800D, it blocks my Motherboard :[, should i get the koolance fan shroud? or just go with a pull?
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I would roll pull only, you'll only see temps drop 3 or 4c from another fan.
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Originally Posted by crackerssss View Post

I would roll pull only, you'll only see temps drop 3 or 4c from another fan.

3 or 4 when idling, a lot more when its put under stress though. i think he'll get some massive cooling out of that
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