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That colour scheme is so good.

Thank you, there isn't that many white and green builds out there biggrin.gif
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I did made it, thanks for your reaction. Everything fit just fine, but there is no place for anything else in. My cpu temp under 100% load are arounf 50/55c .. I think that is good cpu temperature now is ready for Oc right?

That is good to hear thumb.gif
"Everything fit just fine, but there is no place for anything else in."
What do you mean?
It is a compact case, but the HDD/SSDs is installed on the back, and there is room for 2xGFX.

Yes, you should be able to do some overclocking now, fine temps biggrin.gif

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Late to the party but I like what I've seen so far. Keep those updates coming. thumb.gif
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Did you ever finish?
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^ What he said..
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Did you ever finish?
Nope, not yet.
My time have been limited, and I have used it all to get another project up and running (which will get used on this build).
More on that later this weekend with a update but sofar, check it out here;
http://www.overclock.net/t/1439719/extreme-tec-chiller-experiment-with-antec
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Hi, I'm sorry that I haven't posted for some time, but there haven't been that much to post about, since my time have been very limited, and the free time have been used to get another "chilling" project up and running with some TECs.

You can se more of that here, and since the chiller will be used on this build, there will also be some smaller updates in here (but the main info and question will be in the other thread, thanks thumb.gif)
http://www.overclock.net/t/1439719/extreme-tec-chiller-experiment-with-antec

The following was planed for the SG09 build long ago to get some lower temps when at home, but still able to travel with the case without this big side show biggrin.gif


And yes, that is a Phobya External Radiator "Bench edition" stand, along with a D5 pump in a EKWB X-RES 140mm housing that have been spray painted white.
The stand only comes in black, and I ran out of paint on a Saturday, and haven't come much further since frown.gif
BUT it will get painted just as white as all the rest smile.gif
Then pump will also get a slap of paint. Not sure if I should go green on it or white like the rest.
(what do you think?)

On the other side we got a 9x120mm radiator that is 45mm thick, along the 120mm fans from Antec biggrin.gif


I think that the plexi fans are looking really well with the rest, and I will look much better when the radiator stand will get all white.
The fans (there are 47 more of the) are towards the TEC experiment and was sponsored by Antec along some other stuff like a lot of thermal paste.
So a big thanks to Antec thumb.gif

Another package came this Friday including some of the best looking fittings right now (I do to think that acrylic tubing and fittings looks nice, but for me Monsoon fittings and their colors are stuff biggrin.gif )
So thanks to Monsoon for sponsoring some fittings for the chiller project smile.gif


If we take a closer look at the pump/reservoir, you can see that it's not normal water cooling water that is running round in the little loop.

I have always liked the way that some colorful crystals was floating around in a liquid up in chemistry lap.
But most of those crystals was either expensive or very toxic frown.gif
So when I saw that Mayhems had made a similar product for watercooling, I new I had to have it.
The liquid is Mayhems Green Aurora.
(pump settings was "1" = the lowest)

But the Aurora is not ideally for this chiller experiment, so when that time comes, I will have found something more suitable.
The Aurora is for the looks in the SG09 build rolleyes.gif
Not sure if it will work as planed due to the may 90 degrees fittings, radiators and blocks, but I have to test right ;-)
Also to me it is a little to white, so I will properly get a green dye to make it a bit darker (if it works).

Doesn't those beautiful Monsoon fittings deserve a picture in focus?, I do believe so biggrin.gif


Now before we end this update, some of you may think; "that painting will get you higher temps".
And yes, that is correct, BUT the SG09 builds hardware (it will maximum become two R9 290 and a I7 3930k) doesn't really require a radiator like that (I think the 180mm and 120mm rad should do the job), but I really like silence (or my girl does), so I got the radiator just to be sure (it will get quick release fittings so that when going for a Lan, it's easy to disconnect, and I think the two other rads will cool the setup just fine biggrin.gif).

As for the chiller, one of these is clearly not enough for the amount of heat I will put into that loop (properly around 4000W).
But more on that in the other thread biggrin.gif

Next is to get a new PWM DDC pump (the other one burned on me) and get the things installed and hooked up to the loop (needs a few holes to drill) and get the plexi glass windows cut out and installed.
Also some sleeving needs to be done thumb.gif

Just as a closing picture (don't stare to long at it), the structure of the radiator stand and radiator in background:
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Mayhems is about to release a new aurora series wich is more suitable for everyday use (at least what they say) you should check out the pictures of it on facebook thumb.gif
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Mayhems is about to release a new aurora series wich is more suitable for everyday use (at least what they say) you should check out the pictures of it on facebook thumb.gif

I have seen that, may ask into it :-)

But doubt it would be ready for my TEC cooling in therms of cooling performance.
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I have seen that, may ask into it :-)

But doubt it would be ready for my TEC cooling in therms of cooling performance.

The look of the cosmos in a bottle wich a2 gives is worth it imo tongue.gif and mayhems says its close to di water thermal conductivity
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i got a question on your top radiator? how would you connect it in your loop? are you planning on modding your top case or leave it like that with the top radiator expose? after seeing this mod i think of switching to this case but i have no idea on how to do a loop with the radiator on top outside case thnx
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