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Got some pictures for you guys! biggrin.gif

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What do you guys think?

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I WANT THAT TUBING.

Looks great otherwise, the only odd thing that catches my eye is that one small fan pulling air in on the exhaust of that PSU.

Looking good! thumb.gif

EDIT: And are you just using water? Sorry if it was said earlier.
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Sleeving looks awesome, now comb it, lol.

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Originally Posted by KillThePancake View Post

I WANT THAT TUBING.

Looks great otherwise, the only odd thing that catches my eye is that one small fan pulling air in on the exhaust of that PSU.

Looking good! thumb.gif

It's just plain old Tygon Silver Antimicrobial Tubing. Link

And that fan is to help cool the PSU. I have been doing a lot of mining with my GPUs and the one fan in the PSU isn't enough so that little 80MM fan is there to help. That things pushes a TON of air!
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Sleeving looks awesome, now comb it, lol.

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In due time lol. I'm thinking of sewing them instead...

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Thanks for the link biggrin.gif

I just found it a little odd that it was pushing air into the exhaust, instead of exhaust out the exhaust lol. I'm thinking of adding another fan to mine, as miy psu gets pretty loud at times.
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Thanks for the link biggrin.gif

I just found it a little odd that it was pushing air into the exhaust, instead of exhaust out the exhaust lol. I'm thinking of adding another fan to mine, as miy psu gets pretty loud at times.

There is also a vent on the backside underneath the cable plug ins that the air can come out of. It really does help my power supply out. Also not pictured is the fan that is keeping the PLX chip cool. I think that that was what was causing my computer to shut off during mining was the PLX chip overheating because I removed the fan for the pictures I took earlier today and forgot to put it back, and after an hour of mining, the computer shut off. Put the fan back and it has been going strong for about 3 almost 4 hours now. I need that motherboard block lol.

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There is also a vent on the backside underneath the cable plug ins that the air can come out of. It really does help my power supply out. Also not pictured is the fan that is keeping the PLX chip cool. I think that that was what was causing my computer to shut off during mining was the PLX chip overheating because I removed the fan for the pictures I took earlier today and forgot to put it back, and after an hour of mining, the computer shut off. Put the fan back and it has been going strong for about 3 almost 4 hours now. I need that motherboard block lol.

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Ah I see. As long as it keeps it cool thumb.gif I bet a block would look pretty friggin' epic on that board too biggrin.gif
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Ah I see. As long as it keeps it cool thumb.gif I bet a block would look pretty friggin' epic on that board too biggrin.gif

The block that is made for the UP7 is pretty cool already, I'm just going to make it better biggrin.gif

Not very impressed with the powder coaters this time around... I specified that I needed the last bit of stuff finished by today (dropped it off last Wednesday) and I called them around noon today and they had done two small pieces out of the group of stuff I dropped off. I am going out of town this weekend and I leave tomorrow around noon so I wanted to test the computer before I left because I present next Thursday. They said they would have it finished by the end of today but the shop closes in 6 minutes and I still haven't gotten a call yet...

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The block that is made for the UP7 is pretty cool already, I'm just going to make it better biggrin.gif

Not very impressed with the powder coaters this time around... I specified that I needed the last bit of stuff finished by today (dropped it off last Wednesday) and I called them around noon today and they had done two small pieces out of the group of stuff I dropped off. I am going out of town this weekend and I leave tomorrow around noon so I wanted to test the computer before I left because I present next Thursday. They said they would have it finished by the end of today but the shop closes in 6 minutes and I still haven't gotten a call yet...

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It's overclock.net, of course you''l make it better biggrin.gif

That blows man, always sucks when there are reliability issues with a company. Hope all goes well soon smile.gif
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Fan-Atic ftw thumb.gif


So tempted to pick up a UP7. Missed on one ebay for ~$260 frown.gif.
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