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post #11 of 17
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Cheers Bart,no worries....by the way, just wanted to say that your Build Log is the best thread I have read in years, good stuff thumb.gif

Now back to the drawing board for me wink.gif
post #12 of 17
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So the plans have changed in my mind a few times over the last 2 weeks and now I will not being using an external radiator. I have gone back on what I said in OP about modding, and Im going to jump in Dremel first biggrin.gif

I must say a big thankyou at this point to RavageTheEarth, reading your comments over again made me reconsider my motives, thanks thumb.gif

I have just sold the Sapphire cards that I purchased last month and now can finally get my parts order for watercooling together.


Although I haven't completed the list, still need to choose tubing and fans, this is what I intend to use..

post #13 of 17
Dremel is not too hard, but a jigsaw is preferred. The 800D has hard steel, and it will eat through many dremel discs. It is ten times faster with a jigsaw with a metal-cutting blade. To mod the 800D you need a jigsaw, dremel, and a drill (for rivets).

I understand the want to have matching heatkiller GPU/CPU blocks, but the CPU Rev.3 is an older design and doesn't perform on par to the newer blocks like the Raystorm, 380i, or EK Supremacy ones.

You'll also need a Heatkiller multi-link (10198) for 3 GPUs; I'm not sure why you have 5 backplates ordered. You'll also need 10 fittings, so two Monsoon six-packs.
post #14 of 17
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Thanks for the heads-up sakerfalcon +Rep

I had just turned down an offer from a friend, who said he would cut the panels for me - just called him back - fixed now thankyou.

I had spoken with Watercool about CPU Rev4.0 last week, its due for release soon, but no eta - I figured 3.0 would be ok - will look at something else now ty.

I have the extra backplates on order for a friend wink.gif

More Monsoon kit wheee.gif

I like the look of this CPU block:
Aquacomputer cuplex kryos XT für Sockel 2011, G1/4


Edited by daguardian - 5/24/13 at 1:43pm
post #15 of 17
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ph2 x20be asus m4a785-m sapphire vapor-x 4850  geil black dragon 1066 5-5-5-15-20 
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wd  asus dvd multi-write arctic cooling freezer 64 pro win 7 ultimate x64 
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samsung 42" lcd logitech wireless antec basic 500watt old dell crap 
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wd  asus dvd multi-write arctic cooling freezer 64 pro win 7 ultimate x64 
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samsung 42" lcd logitech wireless antec basic 500watt old dell crap 
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logitech wireless pioneer 7.1 
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post #16 of 17
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Thats a massive difference in prices, thanks alot for pointing that out pc-illiterate +rep


I remembered about the pumps as I was drifting off to sleep last night.....or it went something like "ohhhh %&*#@! I forgot to add the pumps!!"


I just liked the look of that res compared to other solutions, I guess I should look for something made in EU.
post #17 of 17
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Well i have changed my plans again.

Going back to using an external MO-RA3.

I still have not decided on a pump and res, need something that will fit into the 800d , but more importantly , I want something that is quality and will be up for the job, any suggestions are welcome at this stage - I am more confused than ever lol.
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