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Been a good while since an update but i have one at least!

Ordered the video card this week. I couldn't have pasted up that deal with the three games included and they knocked the price down on the video card i was looking at.

Decided to go with the GTX 770 EVGA superclocked.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130921

Probably end up SLI later on but for now i just want to get this build going again since it has been a while.

I also order the Nickel plated EK water block for the V-card including the black back plate for it as well. Next week i should be ordering the power supply and going to end up with the Samsung Pro 840 SSDrive for the operating system. I'll keep you update and comments on the build are welcome!

is it too late to replace them with . . .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130945
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is it too late to replace them with . . .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130945

Wow, see now why didn't i see this. Oh well i am sure i will be pleased with the one i got. To be honest i wanted to wait it out for the 780 Ti but i rather get the pc finished. Maybe i can see what kind of black friday or cyber monday deals they will have on that card you listed above. Thanks for the find.
post #73 of 117
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So after this weekend, i didn't really like how the place of the pump was. So being that i ordered a 150 res and i am not going to use the 250. I should be able to fabricate some kind of bracket to mount the pump right below the 150 res when it comes in. All my parts should be in thursday or friday and installed this weekend. I have also hollowed out a mountain dew can and added rubber 1/2inch tube garments to make it seem like the coolant will be flowing from a mountain dew can to the PC.
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nice build man, just shot you over a PM.
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samsung 850 evo 1 tb Seagate Barracude 1 TB 6 GB/s Blue Ray Player/DVD Burner XS-PC RS 240 Radiator 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech Apogee HD CPU Water Block monsoon series two d5 premium dual reservoir Swiftech MCP-655 Variable Speed Pump Bitspower 7/16 x 5/8 Compression Fittings 
CoolingCoolingCoolingOS
Primochill Advance LRT White Tubing 7/16 x 5/8 2 x Noctua NF-F12 Corsair SP120 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit 
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nice build man, just shot you over a PM.

Thanks!

Updated the first post with parts i am using so far. All my fittings are Bitspower rotary.
post #76 of 117
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Got a few parts this morning. Still waiting on more..

Here is an example of what i am thinking about doing with the res. for the system loop.

I am going to make it to where the Mountain Dew can is feeding the watercooling loop. I will cut the bottom of the can out to side the res inside.

Got the GTX back plate today





post #77 of 117
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So i didn't like how the old res was sitting with the pump just off to the side. Here is what i am going to do about it.

I cut out a cardboard rough copy of a bracket i am going to fabricate from my local hardware store to let the pump sit right under the reservoir. Of course i will paint it white to match the case.

Still waiting on Fedex tomorrow to deliver my Newegg package.

The colors are going to click something good with the can in case. Cable management will be red sleeved wires, white case, UV yellow/green laser coolant. Closest i could find to mountain dew color liquid. Really going to make it pop! Let me know what you think!





post #78 of 117
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Woke up to this at work this morning! Loop will be complete this weekend!

EVGA GTX770 superclocked 4GB
Edited by Deepsouth1987 - 1/6/14 at 12:05pm
post #79 of 117
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Update:

Finally got all my parts in this weekend. I installed the new fittings to the smaller res. And installed the water block with the back plate.

Got the bracket I needed to hold the pump just need to spray paint it to match the case.









And the money shot,haha. Looking good!

post #80 of 117
I just subbed.
It looks great so far!
keep up the good work!
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