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LOL! That looks like some awesome mad scientist stuff right there! Love it! smile.gif
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Thankyou. The build should be rolling a bit more now. Should have the rads and motherboard in tommorow.

Just a mess.


I am loving the way everything is coming together. But please tell me you are getting a different cooler for that CPU? thumb.gif
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Very nice and neat build!!! thumb.gif
     
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bart View Post

LOL! That looks like some awesome mad scientist stuff right there! Love it! smile.gif

Thanks. Yeah some how needing to power a couple fans for my laptop gave birth to it!

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Originally Posted by Nebacanezer View Post

I am loving the way everything is coming together. But please tell me you are getting a different cooler for that CPU? thumb.gif

Thank man. Yes I have a different cooler.


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Originally Posted by Lshuman View Post

Very nice and neat build!!! thumb.gif

Thank you it's been fun! Hell of a lot more work that I imagined.
post #85 of 276
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Originally Posted by Solonowarion View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Thank you for the words.

Im powering it using my weird little wood box creation. 450 w psu inside and some other junk.




!!!!! omg you have a timemachine in your house !!!! I Was thinking something like a notebook power adaptor with molex extension!!




Last night i tried to do the same using an aquacomputer D5 pump, but to no avail. The pump can't suck water up if it is sitting on a higher level. Fortunately I didn't broke my pump by running it dry.
Edited by kanaks - 1/12/13 at 12:54am
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Kanaks: get one of these for externally powering stuff (VERY handy) - http://www.dazmode.com/store/product/5a_12v_external_dc_power_supply_molex_for_system_testing
Pair it up with this: http://www.dazmode.com/store/product/36_4pin_extension_cable_w_power_on_off_switch_black

That setup makes external leak testing a breeze! Sorry for hijacking the thread!
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this looks amazing! subbed thumb.gif
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post #88 of 276
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kanaks View Post

!!!!! omg you have a timemachine in you house !!!! I Was thinking something like a notebook power adaptor with molex extension!!




Last night i tried to do the same using an aquacomputer D5 pump, but to no avail. The pump can't suck water up if it is sitting on a higher level. Fortunately I didn't broke my pump by running it dry.

It was kind of a balancing act but I put the pump in a open drawer so it was below the sink. filled the sink up. held the hose under runing water to get the hose filled turned it on then quickly put it in the sink.
post #89 of 276
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Cables are getting there.
I ended up just cutting off the usb 3.0 one as well.





Extending some fan cables.





Ugly connectors. Replacing with MDPC.





Glued the heatshrink to close to blade and was being restricted. Moving it broke a wire off the pcd. Had to break it off and solder back to the pcb and glue it back on.




Redoing molex power.





Sata power.



Heatshrink on the fan pins make it super easy to sleeve.



Longer 8-pin wires.



I ran out of my main colors. Dont feel the need to get more sleeve so we will be seeing a lot more titanium, white and blue.




Edited by Solonowarion - 1/11/13 at 11:06am
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Originally Posted by Voxer View Post

this looks amazing! subbed thumb.gif

Thanks dude.

Cables are finally done.

Front panel connectors.















Sata Powa for WD 1TB cav black and 2 x Samsung 840 120's in raid 0



Molex for Led's for water block and fan controller.



Satas and fan controler.












Can anyone forsee any issues with this pump with a 240, 360 rad. cpu and gpu?
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