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Try Specialtech mate. Really are the best company in the UK for watercooling.
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post #62 of 170
You could always get these:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12506/ex-rad-208/XSPC_RSRX_120mm_Series_Radiator_Stand_-_Powder_Coated_Black.html
 
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I'm using those XSPC rad stands for mine, they work well and are very reasonable in price.thumb.gif
I had to raise them as well, I just used some foam rubber matting pieces glued to the brackets.
    
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post #64 of 170
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Thread Starter 
Cheers for the links!
Going to do a bulk order soon from Fcpu as I have 10% off from buying my Rad from there...
Check out my other thread I just started. Will be staining my tubing on the outside a similar colour to Ek's Blood Red coolant...
Testing should start in a couple of days for those who are interested thumb.gif
post #66 of 170
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*UPDATE*
TJ07 Arrived today!
Enjoy, Now the fun begins!

Going to start the modding once my packages arrived From Special tech and Frozencpu... so soon.

First mistake... Bought a Rotary tool from America... Completely forgot about voltages applaud.gifmadsmiley.png

Will be doing the modding before I get the case powder coated etc...

Not the smallest box in the world....








EWWWW... silver!


If you notice in this photo, the 120mm fans have spaces in between... which probably means it is more 300 mm mesh so I will have to go 360mm Radiator instead of 240mm on the top. Then remove the mounting system and use a 360 radiator grill thumb.gif


Next week pretty much everything should arrive.. Going to be very very hectic! Slightly scared haha....
Edited by DesktopDoctorNZ - 8/25/13 at 2:13am
post #67 of 170
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Just disassembled my current build in my Thermaltake Level 10 gt... Got my Slr out and took some shots smile.gif Enjoy thumb.gif








Modding supplies will be arriving in the next couple of days smile.gif
Sub for more updates thumb.gif
post #68 of 170
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Still waiting on all my modding supplies :L Should be here any time soon though... Started on some small mods on the midplate and cables etc smile.gif

This is the bottom midplate that comes with the TJ07... It will have the tj07 midplate over this but I didnt want to cut the top midplate and there be another layer to cut through...



Bought some cnc matte black spray paint... I made a fatal mistake with the sides. I didnt hold it further than 15cms away at some points hence the bad layering of paint. I finally got the distancing on the back panel connectors on the DVD drive. Looks so much nicer than the silver

worst shot mad.gif

Best shot thumb.gif

Okay this looks so much more slick and fitting with the colour scheme

post #69 of 170
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Okay its been a busy weekend... lots of stuff arrived but still waiting on my motherboard tray, extension and 360 Radiator grill and reservoir. Will give you a run down of this weekends events smile.gif

Firstly, Got a package from FrozenCpu containing my Carbon Fiber and Pump.

This is what my Power Supply used to look like.



Now what it looks like... Personally I think it looks so much nicer smile.gif



The next day, My Gts Stealth 360 arrived. Going to wait until the 360 Phobya template arrives before I mod the roof and install it so I have the precise measurements thumb.gif



Not to mention my Midplate cover from ChilledPC arrived and so did my 480mm Radiator stand. I had to do some modding to make the stand fit and work correctly.

First off I started by Taping the stand down to the case and drilling the holes out with a 3.3mm Drill bit.

Except upon doing this I realised one of the holes went into the case feet.

So I had to remove both feet, drill out new holes and install them back in like so. Now I could install my 480mm Radiator stand

But then I realised... My radiator discharge and inlet holes will be blocked by the stand... Time to use my dremel tongue.gif

Not the cleanest cuts in the world but considering you wont see it, not too fussed.


Radiator and fans installed (1450rpms) without spray painted hex screws.

Radiator and fans installed (1450rpms) with spray painted hex screws.

Next I realised my fan cables were too big to fit through the stock cable management that came with the stand. Time to whip out the Dremel again.

With fittings



Finally starting to take a bit of shape. My 2150rpm fans haven't arrived yet... Ty Dazmode. I had to use the 3x 1450rpm fans that I got with my GTS360 and put them on there. Looks a bit silly with only 3 but it gives you some idea of what it will look like through the side panel


Edited by DesktopDoctorNZ - 9/1/13 at 5:14am
post #70 of 170
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FINALLY Phobya 360 Radiator grill arrived today.
and guess what else... My ColdZero Tj07 Motherboard tray with Extension panel biggrin.gif STOKED!

Got down and dirty with my Jigsaw wink.gif
Heres the process of the 360 Radiator install up top with the 3x 1450rpm Gentle Typhoons. Overall = V happy with the result considering this is my first time modding thumb.gif

Okay, so first off I got my painters tape and marked out my cutting holes


Then I cut the holes biggrin.gif


the cuttings were quite jagged and the silver didn't suit so I covered everything else in tape and spray painted it matte black. better

Next I mounted the Phobya Radiator grill to the four holes I had cut and threaded.



Mounting the Radiator and Fans were a bit of a stuggle... I ended up mounting the fans (as you can see) to the underside of the rad and the radiator to the grill using 10mm m4 screws to the gril. The radiator is suspended slightly as the metal design of the radiator protrudes out into the case making it not sit flush. Its hard to explain but it looks good tongue.gif

All the silver is now off the case. Ready to be taken to the powder coaters tomorrow and soon after that the build will follow. That should be the main modding finished other than installing other things (like pump etc)

Enjoy! wink.gif
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