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post #11 of 47
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I call this Fittings in the Dark. I really like the Enzotech 90 degrees adapters. I will be buying their other stuff later on.



I used the aquapipe to connect the CPU block and MOFSET block!














This is how the res and pump will be connected.


post #12 of 47
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I got the top rad mounted. Worked on the loop and changed how the pump and the res connect. Did run the wiring and mounted the SSD. Powered the pump and run a leak test. Enjoy the show

Top rad in the house


The bottom rad was crying for some action so I said sure pal, why not


Well, the PSU said I got get in the pics, after all I do supply power to you all (pun intended)


The loop that goes from the top rad to bottom rad and then bottom rad to res




Side view with the SSD mounted and you can see the res, pump and wiring


Sneak peak of the fill port stuff, never drilled a hole for it on the case because I didn't have to


Bottom side view of the case


Middle part of the case


The GPU,CPU, 24 Pins just had to be seen again. I changed the fittings. I like it this way, it's what I had before the mod began.


And the top players
post #13 of 47
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This photo shows the upper part of the case and the line that tube that goes from the top rad to the bottom rad.
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post #14 of 47
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She is running just fine. I have a few things that I want to do with it. The first is to mount the plexi for window (later on Today), then design some art work that I will use for bottom rad grill and exhaust grill. I will replace the mid panel so it covers the whole bottom portion of the case (possible now since I lowered the PSU) and also replace the top rad acrylic panel using one big acrylic sheet (will also make some sort of design for the fan grills) and get rid of the Koolance shroud!
post #15 of 47
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This is what I intend to make for the top rad using a single sheet of acrylic It will be all black with Redemption in red on 3 sides

post #16 of 47
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Say hello to the window. Didn't have time to move the case around and put proper lighting, so forgive me for the flash.

post #17 of 47
wow hero great job, keep up the good work. Can you tell me what color the powder coat is. Yes I know its red but a little bit of more info whould be great. It seems as there are flakes in it?
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post #18 of 47
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wow hero great job, keep up the good work. Can you tell me what color the powder coat is. Yes I know its red but a little bit of more info whould be great. It seems as there are flakes in it?

Thanks sgtSaveage. It has taken almost 3 months, on and off, but I am close to being done now. The powder had gold flakes in it, so they call it Rockstar Red but I prefer Italian Red, as in Ferrari thumb.gif
post #19 of 47
Thanks for the info on the powdercoating. If you dont mind me asking but how much did it cost you.
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Thanks for the info on the powdercoating. If you dont mind me asking but how much did it cost you.

No problem, it came around $113 Canadian plus driving to the place and back.
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