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WOW, amazing build Henry!!! I'm new to water cooling, but now that I know the price of all those fittings, all I see is $$$$$$$ when I look at your motherboard pics! LOL! Looks great man!
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Ha hope you like it like i do.
And dont tell my wife:thumb:
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WOW, amazing build Henry!!! I'm new to water cooling, but now that I know the price of all those fittings, all I see is $$$$$$$ when I look at your motherboard pics! LOL! Looks great man!

I took a look at your first build nice Corsair 800D was my first beginning of watercooling to. I had then only a H80 as cpu cooler later i bought a H100. My i 7 3820 ran at 4.6 ghz, since i ran out off space for my cables i got on the site off Singularity Computers "great builds". There i saw the singularity beast II . and i still keep building further until my money well dry's out.

greatings from holland
Edited by TATH - 12/25/12 at 2:56pm
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I'm tempted to follow in your footsteps Henry! I'm considering a Caselabs box now too! That's what got me interested in your thread. smile.gif
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I'm tempted to follow in your footsteps Henry! I'm considering a Caselabs box now too! That's what got me interested in your thread. smile.gif


I will tell you right now, Bart, you cannot go wrong with a CaseLabs chassis. They are amazing products with outstanding flexibility and are about as modular a case as you can get. They also offer the ability to "grow" into your case and allow for the expansion of components that is second to none in my eyes. Let me know if you want any help going through the options or what all you might want/need for your particular build. thumb.gif
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amazing build man - love the blue color in those tubes. are you plannig something against corosion?
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until nowe i dont,
if you mean inside then i must say mayby i change the hos for acryl tube. a few builders over here use them but you have to resize them so the dont leak. i wanted to make a copie off the build from singularity computers project beast II but in the build i changed som items like the pump brackets and the rads. i still have to do many things. i dont want to rush the build . ( i take all the time to check things out i have seen many build logs from the overclock net). i also read that the tygon tube stains after a while becouse of that i bought the tygon e-1000 after som mods i changed them back again for the tygon r3603 because i find the wall thiknes not good when you look at the you tube film from singularity i think update 6 you see that the bitspower leaves a gap of ± 1 mil because of the thicknes of the tube. if you use the e1000 tube from tygon you will see that the wall thicknes is thinner and i find it tricky so i changed te hose again.

I like the chrome and the bleu in combination i still hav to do some lightning. i have seen that the koollance blocks for the motherboard have no holes for leds some howe i will light them up later it wil take some time to figger out the best way to do. What i dont like on my build is the dvd drive (white) and i wil change that out for an external blueray one.

i put a link from a friend ho makes his one tubing

sorry for my bad englisch but i'm Dutch


http://forum.highflow.nl/f34/danger-den-double-wide-build-naam-moet-ik-nog-verzinnen-13609/index3.html
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amazing build man - love the blue color in those tubes. are you plannig something against corosion?

until nowe i dont,
if you mean inside then i must say mayby i change the hos for acryl tube. a few builders over here use them but you have to resize them so the dont leak. i wanted to make a copie off the build from singularity computers project beast II but in the build i changed som items like the pump brackets and the rads. i still have to do many things. i dont want to rush the build . ( i take all the time to check things out i have seen many build logs from the overclock net). i also read that the tygon tube stains after a while becouse of that i bought the tygon e-1000 after som mods i changed them back again for the tygon r3603 because i find the wall thiknes not good when you look at the you tube film from singularity i think update 6 you see that the bitspower leaves a gap of ± 1 mil because of the thicknes of the tube. if you use the e1000 tube from tygon you will see that the wall thicknes is thinner and i find it tricky so i changed te hose again.

I like the chrome and the bleu in combination i still hav to do some lightning. i have seen that the koollance blocks for the motherboard have no holes for leds some howe i will light them up later it wil take some time to figger out the best way to do. What i dont like on my build is the dvd drive (white) and i wil change that out for an external blueray one.

i put a link from a friend ho makes his one tubing

sorry for my bad englisch but i'm Dutch


http://forum.highflow.nl/f34/danger-den-double-wide-build-naam-moet-ik-nog-verzinnen-13609/index3.html
Edited by TATH - 12/29/12 at 12:46pm
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Just 2 more day's off duty ant then it is party time. I have enough Champagne to get drunk. But not for i have placed a last picture Off my Rig. This week i had some problems with booting. i found out that the backplate makes contact and the system dont boot. The system is running again and i finnaly am able to game again thanks to my bios update.

I wish avery one happy build days and a happy mod year.















many greatings from holland

Henry Tates
Edited by TATH - 12/29/12 at 1:49pm
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omg that is beautiful! especially that coolant and blocks biggrin.gif
     
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