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Lol...that would be funny
post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by streetsports View Post

Lol...that would be funny

Yep! weesteev did it some time ago with a router:
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It's looking like a nice build, I am impressed with how neat you have kept the tubing round the board.
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post #13 of 26
get your money back on scrap alone when that dies biggrin.gif
post #14 of 26
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get your money back on scrap alone when that dies biggrin.gif

True. Thing weighs a ton...hopefully the standoffs are up for the challenge.

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Yep! weesteev did it some time ago with a router:
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IMG_3738.jpg

It's looking like a nice build, I am impressed with how neat you have kept the tubing round the board.

Thanks...I was going to use the phobya 180 degree sli connector to connect the vrm blocks at the corner but I couldn't wait till Monday...my case should be here today so I mite actually get to use it tomorrow...down time sucks lol...

I wonder how that block is mounted to the chip in that pic...does thermal glue hold that well?
Edited by streetsports - 4/4/14 at 3:12pm
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Copper Tubing?
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post #16 of 26
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I really wanted to do the solid copper this time around but just couldn't find the bawls to invest the $...I think I'll do acrylic tube next time which will get me the fittings I need...eventually I'll try the copper though...it definitely makes it look sexy
post #17 of 26
There are blocks for hdd too:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If you have a DDC pump, you can mod a ramblock to cool it (a'la Slinky's monster).

A5 controller (as mentioned before) has a block.


Besides the psu, which is an extremely bad idea and I hear the Koolance unit sucks, that does it for wc. It can get addicting to the point you wanna slap as many blocks as possible biggrin.gif. I currently have nine blocks in my rig (cpu, 4x gpu, 2x ram, & 2x mb).
post #18 of 26
Glad to see you have 2 90 degree fittings from VRM to CPU block, I thought I was an idiot for doing that on my setup.
Edited by xxpantherrrxx - 4/4/14 at 3:55pm
post #19 of 26
Was it derick who watercooled a raid-card? headscratch.gif
post #20 of 26
It was @cpachris in his Big Budget Boomer Box. Massive amount of win in that build.
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