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Anti Hero's Water Cooled 750D/4670K/gtx 670 sli x2 gaming PC build. **PICS**

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Hey guys, just wanted to post up my first attempt at a fully water cooled gaming PC. It was an absolute blast to build and i'm ready to start another one. Hope you guys like it, any and all criticism welcomed. On to the build...

PC Specs:


Case - Corsair 750D
Mobo - MSI z87 GD65 Gaming Edition
Cpu - 4670K @ 4.5ghz
Ram - 16gb Corsair XMS3 ddr3
Gpu - Asus GeForce gtx 670 direct cu2 x2
Psu - Corsair AX850
Storage - Corsair Force 128gb OS SSD,Samsung 840 256gb SSD, WD Caviar Black 2tb, Iomega 1tb external
Fan Controller - NZXT Sentry LX


Custom Liquid Cooling Loop:


Cpu - EK Supremacy Universal Cpu Cooling Block
Gpu - EK GeForce 670 GTX DCII VGA Liquid Cooling Block x2
Pump/Reservoir - EK DDC X-RES Top 100 w/ 3.25 DDC Pump
SLI Bridge - EK FC Bridge Dual Parallel CSQ
Radiators - EK Ultimate Performance CoolStream 240 XTX Series x2
Flow Meter - Koolance Adapter Display w/ Koolance INS-FM17N Coolant Flow Meter


Fans - Corsair SP 120 performance x6 on radiators
Corsair AF 140 performance x1 case exhaust



Lighting - Logisys 12" RGB adjustable led strips w/ remote x3


Peripherals:


Monitor - ASUS Vn247 and Vs247 as secondary. Stacked configuration.
Keyboard - Razer Blackwidow 2013
Mouse - Razer Deathadder
Mouse Pad - Mionix Propus 380
Headset - Astro A50

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Few shots of the gpu blocks and sli bridge before it went in the case.

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Thanks for looking smile.gif
Edited by Anti Hero - 1/13/14 at 11:32pm
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Nice job,

Pretty similar build to mine except my GPUs are using reference air coolers.

I'd love to have the chance to put a loop like that in my system, mostly for the GPUs as they are the true source of heat and noise in my build.
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Originally Posted by smokerings View Post

Nice job,

Pretty similar build to mine except my GPUs are using reference air coolers.

I'd love to have the chance to put a loop like that in my system, mostly for the GPUs as they are the true source of heat and noise in my build.
Holy crap, I forgot about this thread lol.

Thanks bro, it's definitely way quieter since going water cooled.

Couple more pics that I snapped while messing around with my camera settings.

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Edited by Anti Hero - 3/7/14 at 2:24pm
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Fantastic looking build! thumb.gif
I'm thinking about white tubing/coolant for my rig. What coolant/dye did you use?
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It looks spectacular, so are you running those push or pull on those radiators ?
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Fantastic looking build! thumb.gif
I'm thinking about white tubing/coolant for my rig. What coolant/dye did you use?
Thank you. I really like the white. The coolant is Ice Dragon White nanofluid
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It looks spectacular, so are you running those push or pull on those radiators ?
Thanks smile.gif The front rad is push pull, the top is just pull.
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