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Wow! This rig should get featured, it's SO clean! Quite the professional work, my friend! thumb.gif


I concur!

 

Give me a nudge when the weather clears up and you get your final pictures done @Furious Pcs. The spot on the homepage is yours :o

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Well done! Very well designed!
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Build came out great. thumb.gif
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Friggin killer!
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Came out fantastic. Awesome stuff.
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Wow! This rig should get featured, it's SO clean! Quite the professional work, my friend! thumb.gif

Thank you everyone

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I concur!

Give me a nudge when the weather clears up and you get your final pictures done @Furious Pcs
. The spot on the homepage is yours redface.gif

OMG are you serious that would be so cool ! biggrin.gif will definitely @ reply or PM when i take some better pictures in good lighting
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Here you go guys beautiful sunny day, so here are the best i could do with my camera situation un-edited raw photos Hope you like



















































































Plenty of Pictures sorry if there not up to par


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post #94 of 125
Awesome work! When I see this build it makes me want to buy one of those nice cases!
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post #95 of 125
The pictures came out great. You did a great job on the build. thumb.gif
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Awesome work! When I see this build it makes me want to buy one of those nice cases!
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The pictures came out great. You did a great job on the build. thumb.gif

Thank you


Also Build Made Front Page Here On OCN that's totally Awesome in my opinion biggrin.gif
post #97 of 125
It is well deserved to make the front page. It is an awesome build.
post #98 of 125
Reguarding to the resivor, I don't think you have explained on how its being used any where ? Also what can the resivor do?
Can you go through the resivor with me
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Reguarding to the resivor, I don't think you have explained on how its being used any where ? Also what can the resivor do?
Can you go through the resivor with me

The whole front of the case is the reservoir it has 9 ports the top left port is my return line from my GPU blocks the top middle port is where i fill my Reservoir and i have an led stop plug in it. There are a right and left chamber separate from the actual Reservoir which i could have used it to connect my pumps to but when they made the reservoir they didn't correctly tap the G1/4 thread in those two chambers i had to buy the tread tap to fix it, which i will do when it arrives but there just there in case i planned to run my routing a different way. If i used the chambers for my pumps it would have been difficult to bend the tubing to the pumps using those chambers. I chose not to use them the bottom of the Reservoir i use the bottom left as a drain port. For the right side i use the top port for the inlet to the pump and bottom port don't use.. Pretty much the reservoir has extra ports for me to work with if i change the loop around and configure in any which way i want lets say i wanted to add crazy bends or longer runs i could but i like the way i have it set up now. They were pretty much put into place to have the basement and the top portion of the case connected to the runs without having to drill into the case but for a cleaner run i drilled through the case and kept the long run under in the basement as you cannot see it with the side panel on. If you want to see the ports in the reservoir without it connected to the case you could look back to post#24 http://www.overclock.net/t/1575538/build-log-blood-line-custom-parvum-r1-0/0_100#post_24496768
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Other than the left and right chamber in the middle,

The outserside chamber is connected to all the holes right? Acts as one resivor?
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