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Gorgeous mod, and love how a guard switch (aka switch cover, switch guard, or as mnpctech calls them "fighter pilot switches") was incorporated ^_^
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Thanks for watching and waiting gang! Right after finishing my Computex 2016 build obligations, the blocks arrived for my client's Star Trek Beyond build, Bitspower's VG-980TIZEX VGA Block Acrylic (Clear) on the ZOTAC GTX980Ti AMP Extreme 6GB Video cards. I hope to start and finish the liquid loop layout this week, and get back to my own build

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I am alive. Thank you for being patient. I had to halt progress on my build to fulfill commitments for Computex. Over the past 3 weeks I bought on 4790K for $225 shipped and $300 for reference GTX 980 on Ebay auctions. Fyi: Prices on used 980s are falling on Ebay as people upgrade to 1080s. I have one more build to finish, and I'll back on the track with this one!


Here is the PC I created for Deepcool's booth at Computex, http://mnpctech.com/deepcool-genome-gamerstorm-mid-tower-atx-gaming-case-review.html

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post #34 of 145
Great work Bill, you're without a doubt in the top of the top tier modders ever.
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Thank you for kind words Stephane! thumb.gif

The extended holiday has bought me some time to work on my build. I recently scored EK water block for the Gigabyte OC force motherboard. It directly cools Intel Z87 southbridge (PCH), PLX PEX 8474 PCIe lane splitter as well as power regulation (VRM / MOSFETs) module. This will also compliment the stainless steel liquid lines nicely.

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Awesome work Bill! Gotta say, the MC Pro 5 is a pleasure to work in! thumb.gif
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That block is arguably the main reason why I keep contemplating picking up an oc force... Such a gorgeous block on that board!
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Hey, Bill. wave2.gif

Not to nitpick here but if you're gonna do EK why didn't you do that with the CPU block too? It looks good right now, but that BP smoked Acrylic is looking out of place next to the smexy EK Acetal MB block. Also those logos, thinking.gif

Now if you could mod the Logos in some fashion so they don't clash, maybe that would make things look better.
Not to spam your thread but this is something I had done to combine two vendor products which were never meant to go together... look if you dare. (Click to show)

Before: Thermosphere on the Left and Swiftech 6950/6870 heatsink on the Right.



CNC Measurements mapped, using Duct Tape to simulate a flat surface.



Milling came next.



Finished Heatsinks.



Fitment of the Thermosphere to the heatsinks. The GPU opening needed to be milled to accept the unconventional block. They were not meant for any GPU block but the Swiftech ones. sneaky.gif





Finished units waiting TIM and Chip pads.



As you can see, the ATX connection side of the cards are pretty nekkid. But I do have something in mind to cover up that much PCB. I went with Thermospheres because I couldn't find EK 6870 blocks. Had I found some and backplates to go with them I would have likely stripped them of their Nickel Plate since EK didn't offer them in Copper iirc. But I'm considering covering up the PCB with Acrylic wraps secured with a couple standoffs at the end of each card, since there are no other mounting points and the wrap will cover the entire back of the cards. cool.gif
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I tend to think outside boxes and no way no how was this build going to PDXLan with a bunch of unsecured heatsinks on the VRMs and DDR5 chips. I will be driving when I am able to attend, but family issues circumvented/ extended this build further than expected. axesmiley.png

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@bluedevil, yes, it's really grown on me, and I'm having fun, which matters the most, don't you agree?

@whitewulf, agreed, always liked this board, and it's part of the reason update stages have been long, as I found sources for these parts thru ebay and friends.

@ceadderman, it doesnt bother me. It's nice having no sponsors involved with the liquid components, no need to appease anyone's expectations but my own. Know what I mean?
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@bluedevil, yes, it's really grown on me, and I'm having fun, which matters the most, don't you agree?

@whitewulf, agreed, always liked this board, and it's part of the reason update stages have been long, as I found sources for these parts thru ebay and friends.

@ceadderman, it doesnt bother me. It's nice having no sponsors involved with the liquid components, no need to appease anyone's expectations but my own. Know what I mean?
absolutely! You should check out my build if you don't mind Sir. smile.gif
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