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I'm really proud to announce that my caselabs th10 magnum will be shown during the computex at the bitspower booth.






A couple of years ago i had enough of regular big tower, and i finally decided to buy a caselabs. I live in Italy so shipping cost and customs fees were a pita but when i finally saw my brand new case I though " who cares it's worth it", and after two and a half years i still think the same.

My original plan was to use a double socket board with brand new sandy bridge-e xeons, but when i discovered that oc was basically impossible, i turned to this( with this move i also saved 2500€):



And this is the very first version of my th10:








For a very short period of time i even used aurora tharsis red:



And then the 680 was released and after the 480 hc and 580 hc this was inevitable:



So i completed my collection:



Turn it on:



A look to the front:



With the release of this:



The time had come for a major restyle, starting with the rad on the top:



Naked:



Completed:



Some changes on the motherboard:



A couple of flowmeter:





So this is the 2.0 version triple loop:





For this kind of build at least a sli is required:



Some BIG news directly form Taiwan:



I was lucky to have those before ppcs, frozencpu, and the great Tom Logan of Time to live customs:



I also decided to move from:



to:



Another hardware update:



With the biggest waterblock i've ever seen:





This huge case allows me to revive an old 560, with some work :



For the first time i painted the waterblocks of the motherboards to fit my deluxe white and the deep red blood fittings:




also the backplate of the classifieds:



and a d5 cover:



First with just one classi:


then with two:



Some serious sleeving is required:





And this is the 3.0:









I wasn't satisfied, the cpu area was too messy so i started my relationship with c47 and acrylic tubes:





and with di-noc:


The next step was to remove almost all the rubber tubes:



















I didn't remove the rubber tubes on the vgas loop because of this:



poor quality control by swiftech, and i don't understand why they keep doing this:


Edited by Juthos - 6/25/13 at 12:30pm
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I usually send pictures to Bitspower to show my progress, after i finished my last refresh they asked me some original pictures for a commercial promotion, and after a couple of weeks they requested to ship my rig to Taiwan because they wanted to show it @ computex 2013. I was at the same time proud and shocked, my system weights almost 50 kg. I gave consent to ship it and we started to discuss how to change my systems.
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Sir your membership in the plumbers Union has been approved. Just beautiful work man! Mikey likes it!
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Sir your membership in the plumbers Union has been approved. Just beautiful work man! Mikey likes it!

Thanks cheers.gif

Soon tons of pictures
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Great stuff! That is awesome. Your build really has cleaned up bu using the acrylic piping instead of the tubing.

I will need to ship a similar package soon. Please keep us updated on how the tubing withstood the travelling. I am mostly scared for that. That the loop will leak and it will become one big mess.
 
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Great stuff! That is awesome. Your build really has cleaned up bu using the acrylic piping instead of the tubing.

I will need to ship a similar package soon. Please keep us updated on how the tubing withstood the travelling. I am mostly scared for that. That the loop will leak and it will become one big mess.

Thanks Hukkel
The guys from bitspower asked me to empty the system before the shipping because they were scared as well, i also removed some parts of the loops and placed in a different box. Later on i will post a picture to explain it better.
You will ship your rig from Dutchland to ?
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Cool stuff, nicely done :)

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Cool stuff, nicely done smile.gif

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Thanks Hukkel
The guys from bitspower asked me to empty the system before the shipping because they were scared as well, i also removed some parts of the loops and placed in a different box. Later on i will post a picture to explain it better.
You will ship your rig from Dutchland to ?

Yeah when it is finished it will be shipped from The Netherlands to the US and/or Japan depending on where the trade show will be.

I am going to build a case for traveling. Perhaps emptying the loop is a good idea. But @ Bitspower one would expect them to know how to fill a loop etc. But @ the company I am building for I have a hard time thinking that tongue.gif
 
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Yeah when it is finished it will be shipped from The Netherlands to the US and/or Japan depending on where the trade show will be.

I am going to build a case for traveling. Perhaps emptying the loop is a good idea. But @ Bitspower one would expect them to know how to fill a loop etc. But @ the company I am building for I have a hard time thinking that tongue.gif

It's a good excuse to force them to pay you a plane ticket biggrin.gif.
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