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[Build Log] Project Chilli

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Having not tinkered with a PC for about 3-4 years i decided it was time for a rig upgrade,but this time i wanted to have a crack at building a rig that looks half tidy.

The original plan was a new mother board,cpu,memory and gpu,but that has now spiralled out of control into a whole new build.

I wont be posting up pictures of all the parts as i think we all know what an empty Corsair Obsidian 900D looks like by now.

Core Parts

Case - Corsair Obsidian 900D
Motherboard - Asus Maximum VI Extreme
CPU - Intel i7 4770K
Memory - Corsair Vengeance Pro Red 16gb 2133mhz
GPU - None (run out of funds and waiting for EVGA 780GTX Classified to drop in price)
Sound Card - None (more funds required for the Creative Sound Blaster ZxR)
PSU - XFX Black Edition 1000w Platinum
SSD - 2x Intel 335's in Raid
Drive - Pioneer BDR-208EBK Blu-Ray Writer

Cooling

CPU Cooler - Swiftech Apogee HD
Thermal Paste - MX4
Resevoir - Primochill 400mm CTR Advanced (Red)
Radiator - Alphacool UT60 (white)
Pump - Laing D5
Coolant - XSPC EC6 (blood red)
Hose - Primochill Primoflex LRT Advanced (bloodshed red)
Fittings - Primochill Ghost Compression Fitting (white)
Fill Port - Bitspower Plug (blood red) & Bitspower Fill Port (white)
Fans - Corsair Air Series


Miscellaneous

Cable ties (red,white & black)
Cable tie holders (black)
Cable sleeving kit (red,black &white)
PSU extension cables

That seems to be about it, heres the current state of the build -


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Edited by Bulld0gUK - 8/31/13 at 11:07am
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Looking good so far bro thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by TheLawIX View Post

Looking good so far bro thumb.gif

Thanks bud thumb.gif
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Had a few bits and bobs delivered today so managed to get the radiator and fans installed -









Also mounted the pump with easy access to adjust the pump speed -







Unfortunately the thread conversion fittings were missing for the pump so cooling side has come to a halt. But still have plenty of cabling to be braided wackosmiley.gif
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