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White Inferno re-build [Watercooling included] - WIP

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Good day gents !

I wanted to share my story/experience of my PC. It all started after a couple of beers (ain't that how it all starts..), my PC got it's window cracked some how
The crack can be seen where my head is


Anyways, the idea of modding my case began growing, and last weekend, well we went for it !

So first off, let's tape and mesure the size of the window


Then, let's take a beer, cuz you know, that's how we get stuff done right ?


First time using both a dremel, and a jigsaw, let's see how we do.


Annnnnnd, done !


Time for so touch-ups, and the rubber U-channel


Okai.. I'm diggin' this !


Maybe some have noticed that there is no more drive cage, and there is a reason for this. I though a reservoir would look way more nice, right ?

Moving on, with the EK-UNI Holder mounted, you can see, I have NO clue what I am doing (or is it the beer ?..)


Perhaps, putting that block would be a good start thumb.gif


Then, reservoir and rad, as well as those nice compression fittings, and the motherboard in the case biggrin.gif
And yeah, I know, I am reseating the block, once again. Turns out those jet plates and insert should be installed before.. rolleyes.gif



Anyways, that's all for tonight folks ! I received my Corsair SP120's, as well as my Corsair AF120 white LED today, as well as my sleeved cable. I do have more pictures, but am having issues as for now, so I will post more tomorrow !

Hope you enjoy this as much as I am right now biggrin.gif
Edited by brenzor - 12/21/15 at 5:25pm
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Just got my pictures to transfer, I have some more goodies biggrin.gif




Now tubing was kinda weird, I wasn't sure how I wanted to go. At first, I wanted my loop to come back to the top of my reservoir, but it looked.. Wrong.

So here it is, this is the routing I chose. Even tho it's simple, I find something very attractive to it's simplicity



I am receiving my R9 390 today, as well as everything needed to finish my build, so expect to see more tonight !


*Bonus pic*
Because one project ain't enough, we built a testbench the same night we did my case, and I can't wait to see this baby plastidipped !
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