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[Wall-Mount][WIP] Red Radium Resurrected!

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Dear members its been awhile!
I'm very sorry for the lack of updates etc.
BUT!
As you know there were problems with the build cause of the riser cables.
THIS IS A TOTALLY NEW BUILD!
So I PRESENT TO YOU!

Red Radium Resurrected











Specs

MAXIMUS VII FORMULA

Intel Core i7-4790k 4 GHz 1150 Boxed

2x Corsair Dominator-GT - DDR3 - 8 GB : 2 x 4 GB

2x EVGA GeForce GTX 980 4GB Superclocked

6x 8x Corsair SP120 PWM Quiet Edition 120mm Fan 1450RPM (2 extra fans in new build)

Intel Solid State Drive 730 Series

WD Black 3TB KIA with last build. Replaced with 4TB WD Black

Corsair AX 860i with Corsair Link

Asus ROG Front Base

Watercooling

1x Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm

2x Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 360mm

2x EK-FC980 GTX - Nickel Plexi

EK-RAM Monarch X4 Clean CSQ - Nickel

Bitspower HDD Acrylic Liquid Cooling Block - Clear BP

EK-RES X3 400 Tube Reservoir

EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel

EK Water Blocks EK-D5 Vario X-TOP


Thanks too

Much and much thanks to Li-Heat for helping me with the riser cables and still are. Good qaulity cables, very helpfull and nice people!
http://liheat.com.tw

MORE PICS SOON!
PS LIQUID WILL BE CHANGED VERY SOON!

I've used most parts of the old build again.
The new build only has some new parts, parts repositioned and instead of carbon it's matt black!
Buildlog below if from the old build but it's exactly the same as the new one!



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Buildlog Old Build

For years i've been following cool projects on OCN and now it was time to start my own one!
In totall secret and unsponsored i've been working on this build for the last couple of months.
I didn't really had a plan so i begun building this from scratch and see where it would lead.

The first thing i needed was a board.
Luckely my dad had a large harboard from his work.


Slowly all the parts i've ordered came to my home,



Loved the box though, some more parts came,




Watercooling parts for the gpu's




Letting girlfriend do the hard part biggrin.gif



Result,



The stock cooler is just a totall beauty.
Still crying a little bit i pulled it apart maybe i will hang it above my bed thumb.gif
The geforce gtx leds are recycled, you can see them on the cards in the finished build.

I also needed a good chair and one that would fit this build,



It was time to lay out the parts,



Measuring out the parts for cutting the acrylic,



Cutting acrylic,


Didn't even know she made this photo ph34r2.gif




Making cuts in the acrylic for brighter glow,


Job done thumb.gif

Time to make the holes for the led strips, cables and the rest.



Time for a little test!


Looking good!

Still needed to fill the empty spots with something.
My girlfiend had a cursus lasercutting that day, the timing couldn't be better!



Nice!
Laying out the parts again.



Now the fun stuff begin, rolling out the carbon fiber.


Not bad for a first timer.

Cutted out all the holes and made strokes of harboard around the build. This is for hanging the build on the wall.


Now that thats done time for SLEEVING! Cables and sleeves where from Coldzero!











This was the most time taking job till now but the results were fantastic! i only cheated with the 24pin.... ph34r2.gif

So after this hard job it was time for a good meal! thumb.gif



Time again for laying down the parts!




Looking good!

Time to put the leds through the board and attaching the parts!




Not the best picture.... but you get the idea biggrin.gif

I still missed something.... leds in the fans! So started this little project!




Time for pipe bending! Got myself a little toy!





Time to finally fill this beauty! I filled it with this. UV Red



But in sunlight the liquid turned green -.- Luckily there were no leaks though thumb.gif






Drained the loop ,cleaned everything and changed the liquid with this!




Nice!

For all the finished photo's off this build check my album!
This project has been taken down cause of the riser cables not working the way it should.
I've rebuilt (red radium resurrected) it and that one is working great!
Hope you liked my log wink.gif

Edited by RicardoBoegheim - 9/26/15 at 1:10pm
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so far so good : and it looks awesome , i would like to see how u actually mount it to a wall biggrin.gif
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Looks awesome, well done!
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Nice build!

what i don't get, how you managed to use 1 raiser-card from motherboard to the bottom, but you have 2 graphic cards right to the motherboard?

EDIT: ah, ok, i see you still haven't managed that problem too. im building one on my own atm. too, also unsponsered. and having the same problem.
so i was thinking about turning the motherboard 90degrees to the left. should be no problem with wiring, also in your solution.
Edited by Klausnh - 6/4/15 at 2:37am
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That isn't going to be so hard. I hope i can make time for it this weekend! Then i'll update the topic straight away!
@Klausnh
Li-Heat is going to test some more with the risers. It takes some more time but i will let you know if i hear more!
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Nice work! thumb.gif
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Nice work! thumb.gif
Thanks! Hope i can get this build to a good end soon smile.gif
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Update again
Edited by RicardoBoegheim - 6/12/15 at 12:19am
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which size of this sli bridge? 14cm?
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The size of the sli bridge is 12cm. Hope i can do a update on the post tonight:thumb:
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