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Originally Posted by dizzledon View Post

some PSU cage covers, great minds think alike..... wink.gif

What do you mean? Are they purchased somewhere?
 
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post #52 of 67
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Originally Posted by dizzledon View Post

some PSU cage covers, great minds think alike..... wink.gif
Heh biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by CattleCorn View Post

What do you mean? Are they purchased somewhere?
You can check out his sig build log, he made something similar for his prodigy.
Edit:Oh, and these are DIY covers made from an old pc case panel, so not purchased form somewhere like that.
Edited by Semiregular - 9/17/12 at 12:59am
post #53 of 67
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It's been 5 weeks already and still haven't head anything of my order (watercooling bits) mad.gif, I might have to change my plans and go with something else instead. frown.gif
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Ok, i went ahead an re-ordered the parts... I guess they lost my order last time or something.
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Ok, i went ahead an re-ordered the parts... I guess they lost my order last time or something.

Lost your order?? Did they refund your first one? I wouldn't place a whole 'nother order without first finding out what happened to the original. thinking.gif
post #56 of 67
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UPDATE



Finally? I know it's been a while biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif

Here is the box:


All the bits laid out.


Aquacomputer cuplex kryos Delrin CPU water block.
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Phobya HeGrease Extreme TIM.
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Koolance angled adaptor 45°s
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The Phobya Multi SATA power cable.
I don't end up using this, since it doesn't do the job and the quality is horrible.
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A pair of tubing cutters, now these are very handy things to have!
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They came in a box but I forgot to take a picture of it

Masterkleer 17,5/13mm clear tubing.


Matte Black Monsoon compression fittings.
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Mayhems Pastel Blue Berry coolant. I don't know how much I'll need this but at least i've got enough tongue.gif


Arctic ArctiClean cleaning kit, always usefull.
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Aquacomputer 240mm AMS radiator.


Pump for the radiator. Now take a look at the power cable.


I also painted the PSU covers.
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I also got some phone pictures taken through out the progress, but i haven't got a proper usb cable for it so i can't get the photos tongue.gif (also phone pic quality = thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif)




THE BUILD



OK, let's crack on with this. Mainboard removed and CPU cleaned.

Waterblock mounting screws in place.

+ Washers and nuts

TIM aplied. I use the pea method.

Waterblock installed.



Didn't take pictures of the radiator installation progress... But here is some pictures of where it's at right now.

I still need more angle adapter fittings so that i can route the loop up and get it up and running.

Something else i noticed is that I'm using 17,5/13mm tubing so the compression fittings don't seem to compress very much, should i be worried?


Can't fit the 230mm fan in the fron anymore, oh well...
I think I'll get a 140mm fan in the front now.
I've got 2 bitfenix fans currently on the radiator, i have ordered proper fans but still waiting for them to arrive.

As you can see the radiator is quite BIG biggrin.gif


OK, well that does it for now... I'm so tired... I'll go and sleep now, you can leave your comments bellow tongue.gif
post #57 of 67
There is not alot of room at front there
What gap have you got to front from Rad ?
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post #58 of 67
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Originally Posted by motokill36 View Post

There is not alot of room at front there
What gap have you got to front from Rad ?

It's less than 30mm, I'm not at home currently so i can't measure right now. I'll try and check if I can get a 25mm fan in there when I get home (I've got some spares)

Edit: I see my brother left his account on and didn't remember to log out...
Edited by AvaIon - 10/20/12 at 12:42am
post #59 of 67
Wow, that'll look classy when it's done... can't wait to see the coolant go in.
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post #60 of 67
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Wow, that'll look classy when it's done...

Sure thing! Cant wait to see that too!
Im also planning a build like this, but here in Brazil we just cant find the components.
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