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post #21 of 119
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Some paint and a sticker for the red d5:




post #22 of 119
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New board+new waterblocks= new route







Two new reservoirs:




As you can see there are no fans on the white radiator, sadly the new motherboard has lower pci slot, i had to remove those fans to fit the pump and the tubes under the lower graphic card. Later i put different fans outside of the case at the bottom. I really liked the light effect of the enermax cluster but i had no choice.

Now two loops with coolants:








here i am:








Edited by Juthos - 6/1/13 at 6:54am
post #23 of 119
Your work on the blocks and the pumps is great. Very good on the details. Great stuff man. I wish I could a box from Bitspower just like that biggrin.gif Nah no jealousy, I am happy you're getting this opportunity. thumb.gif
 
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Wow this is one heck of a build...so many BP goodies, I'm jelly. wink.gif
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Thanks Hukkel.
I'm still asking why they chose me, pure luck i was in the right place at the right time.

Resuming, this was the back of the case:







and this is the pump with aurora:





I was quite happy with the result, and i sent those pictures to Bitspower but they didn't agree. The problem was not the look but the safety, the engineer who design this kind of fittings said that with extremely long tubing a leak is possible and it was better to replace them with rubber and compression fittings.

Taking apart the loops i lost the grip on the pump and



It was too late to order a new top so i have use the pump with normal stand not the vertical version.

Another problem was that my eu psu obviously doesn't work in Taiwan, so instead of custom length cables for modular psu i had to make extensions and to create a cover to hide the connections between the original not sleeved cables of their psu and those extensions.

So this is the final version of the back:



I left the protective skin on the covers to prevent scratches during the shipping. I cut the front part of the hhd cage to show the waterblock of the disk and put another cover, in this case i removed the plastic, it's stainless steel, polished to look like mirror. I used tygon 2001 for the loop with white deluxe fittings because it's harder then normal tygon r3603 and also with white coolant looks great(with pure water or red coolant sucks it looks dirty)

Mini valve to empty the loop.

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Wow this is one heck of a build...so many BP goodies, I'm jelly. wink.gif

Thank you
post #27 of 119
fantastic work!!!!! italian style wink.gif
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fantastic work!!!!! italian style wink.gif

Thanks buddy biggrin.gif
post #29 of 119
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Second and final batch from the far-east:



no fittings only sleeve





white pump( with red o-rings) and lateral panel of the top radiators finished





everything (almost) installed:











And the graphics cards ?



Bitspower's block for them wasn't ready, so i shipped the cards with their original cooler
.


The second is behind the soft foam:





Ready to go:

post #30 of 119
Now THAT is some crazy packing right there. thumb.gif

I don't like what you have done behind the panel though. I would reconsider that side. If you wanted to use the crystal links you could also just have gotten a longer plexi 12 mm tube from a plexi store or just gotten a copper pipe and painted it white. I have to agree the throughlinking of so many crystal links was a bad idea. But I think you can do a much better job getting that rear part better thumb.gif

How many pumps does your system have? 3 or 4?
 
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