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Updating my Alienware... 900D with Tri-SLI and full watercooling

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Case: Corsair 900D
PSU: Corsair 1200AXi
Motherboard: Asus Rampage V Extreme 2011-3
Ram: 8x4GB Gskill Ripjaws - 2400mhz
CPU: Intel Core i7 5930k 2011-3
Graphics Cards: Tri- SLI evga gtx 970 superclocked acx 2.0

Radiators: 480 Rad on top and 480 rad on bottom
Fittings: Bittspower
Fluid: EK Blood Red
Waterblocks: EK CPU, Motherboard block and Ram blocks

SSD Harddrive and 1TB Normal Drive


At first this was just going to be a new case and upgrade of my existing PC, but I got overzealous and went for a full rebuild. The system is built and running but I am waiting for watercooling parts (Ram, MoBo, Graphics cards) to get it all going properly. Issues with the graphics cards as nobody in Aus stocks covers for them being a non reference part and I was pretty said that EK and Heatkiller don't have blocks. Bad choice on my part! but I got an Alphacool cover today which is on the way.

The whole build looks pretty good but some work needs to be done to get the tubing to look a lot neater.

I have also installed corsairs red modular cabling. Photos to come! smile.gif


On a side note, I don't seem to be able to plug the link for the corsair ax1200i into the motherboard as there are no more slots available for the pin type. I was a little disappointed by that, going to look for an adapter.
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Clicked because Alienware, now I'm left confused.
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Haha I am upgrading from my previous rig http://www.overclock.net/t/1346366/failed-alienware-now-with-beastmodeon-matx-watercooled-build which was getting old and the case and layout was f**king crap! It was messy, outuside the case and all over disappointing, but it was my first build with water cooling haha.
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