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First of all love the build, just a couple questions
1. that plastic case full of fittings, is that a kit you bought or is that a bunch of fittings you bought and put them in that case until you used them.
2. how the heck to you get the crystal links into the fitting between the blocks.
thanks.

No i bought them sapeperatly. The crystal links you stack from the bottom up then press so the crystal link closes the space.
What you see in the box are spares and for if i change the case. between the block i use Bitspower muli link adapter C47 or the mini version C48
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when you say from the bottom up for the crystal links are you talking about the gpu connections? if you are then i already get that i was meaning to ask how you got them in between the cpu, motherboard, and ram blocks. never used any fittings beside barbs and tubing, just cant seem to wrap my head around how to get those together other than on the gpu's.
    
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How did those 62mm rads fit in? I'm considering an SM8 with 80mm rads, do you think you could've gone larger with no problem?
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How did those 62mm rads fit in? I'm considering an SM8 with 80mm rads, do you think you could've gone larger with no problem?

I dont now the exact size but the fit well from the door view you have on the right, left and back about 2" of free space. What do you mean by larger larger then 480! . I have 3 XSPC 480 with 16 fans now still running at 1500 rpm and when i'm gaming for about one gour the temp of my graf are about 42 at 90 load. i can hear the system almost not. I think when i redo my Aquero 5 Pro modification (placing it to the back together with the poweradjuster i will redo the cabeling and managing the programm from the Aquero 5 Pro (tunning). I dont no the size of the M8 so i cant help you with that awnser. If i had to by another case i probably get a pedestol so i can lower the radiators under my system.

Mayby you can llok at the buildlogs from other casebuilders so you now wath radiators the use.

The best way is to match the fans an the radiators who gives the best result "you have to read the tests like i did "look on you tube for the bundimania he is a german who pu alot of test on the you tube canal. so you can find out what is the best for you (ant you wallet).

Its now 23:31 and i'm going to bed tomorow early work at the firestation.

Speak to you later "an take your time to watch those test before you by something" my Englisch is not so good but i think you understand me.

greatings from Holland

Henry
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when you say from the bottom up for the crystal links are you talking about the gpu connections? if you are then i already get that i was meaning to ask how you got them in between the cpu, motherboard, and ram blocks. never used any fittings beside barbs and tubing, just cant seem to wrap my head around how to get those together other than on the gpu's.

I lay down the board and place the cpu block. from ther i connect my rotaries en pu a crystal link in the rotarry i then push the ramblock "with the rottarie's already installed towards the CPu block and block the crystal link by tiden the scrwes of the ram watherblock.

watch the you tube film from singularity computers beast II (i think that he shows that i think from part six of the build log)

greatings Henry
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I dont now the exact size but the fit well from the door view you have on the right, left and back about 2" of free space. What do you mean by larger larger then 480! . I have 3 XSPC 480 with 16 fans now still running at 1500 rpm and when i'm gaming for about one gour the temp of my graf are about 42 at 90 load. i can hear the system almost not. I think when i redo my Aquero 5 Pro modification (placing it to the back together with the poweradjuster i will redo the cabeling and managing the programm from the Aquero 5 Pro (tunning). I dont no the size of the M8 so i cant help you with that awnser. If i had to by another case i probably get a pedestol so i can lower the radiators under my system.
Mayby you can llok at the buildlogs from other casebuilders so you now wath radiators the use.
The best way is to match the fans an the radiators who gives the best result "you have to read the tests like i did "look on you tube for the bundimania he is a german who pu alot of test on the you tube canal. so you can find out what is the best for you (ant you wallet).
Its now 23:31 and i'm going to bed tomorow early work at the firestation.
Speak to you later "an take your time to watch those test before you by something" my Englisch is not so good but i think you understand me.
greatings from Holland
Henry


Thanks for looking out! By larger, i meant thicker but between your response and some other great people here, I've got it figured out biggrin.gif
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I lay down the board and place the cpu block. from ther i connect my rotaries en pu a crystal link in the rotarry i then push the ramblock "with the rottarie's already installed towards the CPu block and block the crystal link by tiden the scrwes of the ram watherblock.
watch the you tube film from singularity computers beast II (i think that he shows that i think from part six of the build log)
greatings Henry

okay thanks ill take a look.
    
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The last days of the year i havent been updating mutch. but that doesnt mean that the build have stopt.
I bought a new ssd as a replacement off my old Vertex 2 120gb ( nothing wrong with it but it is very slow compared to my new Samsung 840 Pro 256gb). It suprized me that the size off the Samsung is very small . I wanted the full version kit but the are not available out her at the moment. so i bought the basic kit wich comes with a program disk and aditional software\ link. i installed the software and found out that i must download the norton ghost software for cloning my system disk. that was the easy part. when i started norton ghost for cloning my other ssd the program show's a message "you need a license to be able to clone your disk" shh...... f...... cost 69 euro. i thouht i may use the program for free for 30 days but no. i took out my older version of windows 7 ultimate 64 bits and install that one. I then overclockt my system to 4.6ghz with a voltage off 1.420 volt. there are many things i have to do untill my system is finisht:

build in another samsung 840 pro 256 (in raid 0)
build in a icy dock station
build in my 4 power adjusters (2 for my pumps) and 2 for my fans ( for the fans i still have to figger it out how to connect them)
sleeve my cables (already got my sleeving stuff from MDPC)
build in some lightning (orderd one ccf to see how it looks )
build in my auqua flow device

so thats all for now.







Edited by TATH - 12/25/12 at 4:15am
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840 is looking good man! Post pics of the Icydock when you can!
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