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Poll Results: What are your favorite photos of my build (top 3)? http://www.overclock.net/t/1500433/build-log-parvum-systems-s2-project-orange-horizon/160#post_22820546

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  • 28% of voters (6)
    Photo 1
  • 14% of voters (3)
    Photo 2
  • 47% of voters (10)
    Photo 3
  • 33% of voters (7)
    Photo 4
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Photo 5
  • 4% of voters (1)
    Photo 6
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Photo 7
  • 23% of voters (5)
    Photo 8
  • 9% of voters (2)
    Photo 9
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Photo 10
  • 14% of voters (3)
    Photo 11
  • 19% of voters (4)
    Photo 12
  • 4% of voters (1)
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21 Total Votes  
post #231 of 241
that dont sound good maybe try a new gasket, or you may have a slight crack that opens up on higher temps, the only way to find out, is take it out and put warm water in it and monitor it, or get a new tube, if your using the 100mm one it shouldnt be that expensive, i cant get hold of the white cap or clear versions here in the uk, only black cap, performance pc do one but will cost me $60 shipping. i just cant decide what res to get now.
post #232 of 241
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Originally Posted by DrakanX1 View Post

that dont sound good maybe try a new gasket, or you may have a slight crack that opens up on higher temps, the only way to find out, is take it out and put warm water in it and monitor it, or get a new tube, if your using the 100mm one it shouldnt be that expensive, i cant get hold of the white cap or clear versions here in the uk, only black cap, performance pc do one but will cost me $60 shipping. i just cant decide what res to get now.

I think I never installed the gasket, that might explain why!
post #233 of 241
Thread Starter 
This project has been listed in the Forbes Magazine under the The 30 Most Amazing Customized PCs of 2014! This photo was taken from this [article]


Edited by easynator - 1/30/15 at 9:45am
post #234 of 241
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This project has been listed in the Forbes Magazine under the The 30 Most Amazing Customized PCs of 2014! This photo was taken from this quote]
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I think I never installed the gasket, that might explain why!

might explain it, but there should be one just double check, easy fix then.thumb.gif
post #235 of 241
Could you please tell me what radiators you used? I'm trying to find thin white ones for my build.

I've always been a fan of orange and your build is amazing. Great job!
post #236 of 241
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Could you please tell me what radiators you used? I'm trying to find thin white ones for my build.

I've always been a fan of orange and your build is amazing. Great job!

If you look on his 1st page you will see, but there ocool (alphacool) st30 and then he painted them. hope this helps.
post #237 of 241
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If you look on his 1st page you will see, but there ocool (alphacool) st30 and then he painted them. hope this helps.

I didn't know he painted them. I was looking for white slim ones. Guess I'll have.to paint my own too lol.

Thank you
post #238 of 241
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I didn't know he painted them. I was looking for white slim ones. Guess I'll have.to paint my own too lol.

Thank you

As @Mads1 said, I painted them. The process is pretty simple and only take a few hours.

Here is what I did last night for my other project. I primed the radiators with two coats. I'll paint them in white or purple tomorrow (2 more coats) and then you add two more clear coating. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


post #239 of 241
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Originally Posted by easynator View Post

As @Mads1 said, I painted them. The process is pretty simple and only take a few hours.

Here is what I did last night for my other project. I primed the radiators with two coats. I'll paint them in white or purple tomorrow (2 more coats) and then you add two more clear coating. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Wpuld love to see them in purple. Looks great!
post #240 of 241
Thread Starter 
I am interested to know how I could use a custom switch, like a vandal switch, to turn on and off the LEDs from my fans. I used the Enermax CLUSTER Advance UCCLA12P in this build and would like to easily turn on/off the lights from the fans. Each fan currently have its own little switch. I know nothing about wiring, soldering and electricity circuits.

I believe I need a latching switch, but I don't know what else I need to achieve my idea. Who can help me?

I bought a brand new fan so I can do some kind of prototype. I also wonder how many fans I could use on a single switch...








Edited by easynator - 1/24/16 at 2:18pm
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