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Originally Posted by svictorcc View Post

I finished to cut and mount the loop tubes, and started the leaking test as well.
Cross fingers... drum.gif
Just awesome:D
I know how much of a pain tubing can be, and you using tubes with rather large OD in such quantities in such constricted area is a really, really hard thing to do properly - and it looks like you did just that. thumb.gif
post #82 of 140
It looks really great. Can't wait to see fluids flowing.
post #83 of 140
Wow that's a tight fit but looks like you've managed to get everything in there thumb.gif
Looking forward to seeing the temp results~
   
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post #84 of 140
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Originally Posted by Darron View Post

Just awesome:D
I know how much of a pain tubing can be, and you using tubes with rather large OD in such quantities in such constricted area is a really, really hard thing to do properly - and it looks like you did just that. thumb.gif

Exactly, that was by far the hardest tubing loop that i did (ok, this was just the second water loop of my life rolleyes.gif )

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Originally Posted by 4RTEX View Post

It looks really great. Can't wait to see fluids flowing.

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Eggroll40k View Post

Wow that's a tight fit but looks like you've managed to get everything in there thumb.gif
Looking forward to seeing the temp results~

Very tight indeed frown.gif
post #85 of 140
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The leak test passed! wheee.gif
And now i drained it to complete with more destiled water + mayhems X1 smile.gif
I did a bit of dirt during the process, but even that looks good.


post #86 of 140
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Since there wasn't leak, i left the paper towel while swapping water.
I had a hard time to connect the mobo atx cable, really tight fit, as well as management the front temp cable sensors.
Time to assemble the hardware, such as psu, temp sensors, cables etc...









Edited by svictorcc - 5/2/15 at 6:54am
post #87 of 140
With not knowing the case at all, I still can't see how it all fits inside. I mean where is that power supply really??blushsmiley.gif
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With not knowing the case at all, I still can't see how it all fits inside. I mean where is that power supply really??blushsmiley.gif

The psu is right under the mobo.
This case have two chambers, making it less pain to fit all inside.
post #89 of 140
It's unbelievable how you managed to fit all the stuff inside.Did you consider having 45 degree connector on last photo tube on the far left?
post #90 of 140
Very well done! Hopefully nothing goes wrong, that looks like a pain in the ass to work on. You would pretty much have to disassemble everything to get to anything in there. Good job though, I myself have a small case and I know the challenge of trying to fit everything inside. My side cover is off right now, I need to get some different tubing for my corsair H60 so my rad will fit in my case and I can put the side cover on.

Keep it up man!
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