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Looks like a really nice clean case, subbed smile.gif
cant wait to see what you do with it!
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Looks like a really nice clean case, subbed smile.gif
cant wait to see what you do with it!
I'm hoping it will turn out good! thumb.gif

Goodies galore! This came in the mail and I was quite happy. rolleyes.gif

The watercooling goods!


Beautiful big pump with g1/4 taps.


Look at all that shiny


This is like having the avengers assemble!


An idea to see how everything will fit. So far so good. Yes the radiator looks tight but that's just because there was nothing holding it up. Was about 10mm clear from the GPU. With the waterblock there will be 15-30mm clear.


Now I need to really pull the dremel out and the 3D modeling so I can print some stuff! Stay tuned. More this weekend maybe?
Edited by akpoly - 4/1/14 at 10:45pm
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post #13 of 99
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mad.gif Of all the things I had checked and double checked, I forgot to check the mounting plate size for the GPU waterblock! mad.gif

So the EK block I bought doesn't fit. I found a Swiftech and Koolance one that may fit. Or I can wait for the EK block they are designing specifically for the GTX 750 variants. confused.gif
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So I found out from EK that their GTX 750 block is in testing right now and should be released in 6 weeks. The outlet/inlet ports will be on top of the card using their acetal terminals. I have about 25mm clear from the top of the card to my side panel. So now the question is, will the terminal fit in my case? questionmark.gif
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post #15 of 99
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This project isn't dead! I'm waiting for replacement parts to come in on Monday. But for now, a teaser of what I'm working up for the 3d printed parts.
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post #16 of 99
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Uh oh. CPU block mounting plate interferes with the msata.


Well just a snip should fix it.


Beautiful heavy little thing.


Sir, we have our patient ready. We can make him better.


Screwdriver. Alcohol. Allen wrench. Thermal paste.


I think we did it sir.
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post #17 of 99
So awesome!
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This is my UMX1 watercooling system.

I am sure this is helpful for yoursystem.

I am korean. Thanks.
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This is my UMX1 watercooling system.

I am sure this is helpful for yoursystem.

I am korean. Thanks.

Wow I love the back plate you made for it. Beautifully done.
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This is my UMX1 watercooling system.

I am sure this is helpful for yoursystem.

I am korean. Thanks.

That is nice and clean! I have a bit more stuff to fit in than you to put in but I hope I can make it look half as good. Do you have the CAD file to cut the pack panel? I am interested now in getting that back panel CNC'd like you did. I'd have to change the fan grills because I still plan on using it as an exhaust but good work there!

How are your temps? I see you only had a single radiator.
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