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[Build Log] HARAMOSH's NZXT Project

post #1 of 17
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Lets skip the intro and on to the pics! I just started gathering parts to put together my first water loop. This is my second build and I look forward to getting it all together! Posting it up here to get opinions, knowledge and and feedback on the build.

Items I have collected so far:

Black NZXT Switch 810
Asrock X79 Extreme6/GB
Intel i7-3930K
180GB Intel SSD
80GB Intel SSD
2x 2TB WD Caviar Blue HDD
TT BW 850W Modular PSU
Fan-Atic Fan controller
2x GTX 560 Ti
16GB (eventually 32) Corsair Vengeance Ram
DD-M6 CPU Block
Undecided Reservoir
420mm (140x3) Radiator
240 (120x2) radiator

Items still needed:
Swifttech Universal GPU Blocks (mainly because I cant find full GPU blocks for these cards)
Hoses and compression fittings in gold/black
Undecided Pump
ETC, ETC, ETC

More to come soon!
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UPDATE 6/12
started tearing apart the case after testing to make sure all the components worked on air, and received my DD-M6 cpu block and DD RAD=reservoir today as well.

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Both of these items are beautiful! time to mount them up! more progress and pics to come later today!

oh ill post a few teasers up anyways! This shell of the case is getting cut to accomodate the 420 radiator up top and the 280 radiator up front.

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Edited by haramosh - 6/15/12 at 1:56pm
post #2 of 17
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New small update i forgot about, i made a shield/cover for my pump and PSU. it will get powdercoated high gloss black here in the next day or two!
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^^ Please excuse the mess of wires, that will be taken care of
post #3 of 17
Good luck! I dig the cover you made.
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post #4 of 17
Looks great.

Small idea but could you make the other pics display like that do in your second post so people dont have to download them? Thatll be helpful to others. biggrin.gif
post #5 of 17
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Originally Posted by Bonkers View Post

Looks great.
Small idea but could you make the other pics display like that do in your second post so people dont have to download them? Thatll be helpful to others. biggrin.gif

+1 and the build looks great so far!
post #6 of 17
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yea, im on OC'ers.com and the attachment icon displays them where here i had to use flickr to host them. I will redo the pics and host them like i did in the second post. I am assembling it today to do a functionality check on all the parts before putting it under water. It will receive a hyper 212 evo as a temporary CPU cooler until my rads and pump arrive.
post #7 of 17
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went out today and purchased a hyper 212 evo and am in the middle of a functionality check on the unit. everything is checking out great! The temps on the 3930K w/ the Hyper 212 were much worse than the 2500K w/ the H60 however all that will be solved when I install my custom loop in a week or so. Looking forward to it!
post #8 of 17
Here are some 560 fullcover blocks. Pick up a couple of these. Other than that, I'm looking forward to this build, I'm thinking of WCing a 810 myself.
post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by succesfulvoid View Post

Here are some 560 fullcover blocks. Pick up a couple of these. Other than that, I'm looking forward to this build, I'm thinking of WCing a 810 myself.

I will open up my 560's and hopefully they will fit but I have a feeling they will not. I would love to get a full cover block if possible.
post #10 of 17
As long as your cards have a reference PCB you should be OK. Anything else means you have to use universal blocks and heatsinks.
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