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Nice one thumb.gif
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So I had a stab at fitting the first water block this evening, I found that two of the holes from the original cooler are now redundant but that the original Nvidia back plate will go back on if using the original screws, there will 6 empty holes in total but they are tiny screws and the card is inverted so I doubt you will even notice.




I fitted the card and put a couple of gash pieces on to have a first look at how the loop is going to work out I think its going to look ok with just vertical tubing, the pass throughs on the gpu pipework and cpu are going to be close but they are going to workout ok.



This is starting to give some idea of how its going to look, I might even get it fired up over the next week if I'm lucky!

post #43 of 61
Looking good fella, the motherboard is a good choice. thumb.gif
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Drilled the other four pass throughs today.




And fitted some tubing.

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Nice work thumb.gif
post #46 of 61
Have you tested the Lamptron sleeving kit yet? There are lots of mixed reviews about it, mainly complaining about the ATX pinremover being too weak. But on the other hand I don't want to be spending 20€ on the 'original' MDPC-X pinremover alone with the other tools missing. Would be nice to hear your opinion smile.gif
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Have you tested the Lamptron sleeving kit yet? There are lots of mixed reviews about it, mainly complaining about the ATX pinremover being too weak. But on the other hand I don't want to be spending 20€ on the 'original' MDPC-X pinremover alone with the other tools missing. Would be nice to hear your opinion smile.gif

No not yet I've just started the Windows install, once it's up and running and I'm happy with temps etc that's when I will start on cabling and tidying it up.
EVGA manual is shocking after Asus and my ancient DFi although I'm finding the bios ok
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Drilled the other four pass throughs today.




And fitted some tubing.


Great work and measurements. Looks on point thumb.gif

TCO
     
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
I7 5930K @ 4.5Ghz Asus Rampage V  GTX 980  GTX 980 
RAMRAMHard DriveHard Drive
Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666mhz DDR4 4 Gb Q... Dominator Light Bar Kits x 2 Crucial 240 SSD  Seagate 7200 Rpm Baracuda 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Seagate 7200 Rpm Baracuda Crucial M500 512 SSD Crucial M500 480 SSD EK 480mm Coolstream XTX x 2 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Tons of Fittings Supremacy Evo Copper EK  XSPC 240mm Radiator V3 x 2 Swiftech MCP35X PMW Pump DDC x 2 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK Rampage V Mosfet WaterBlock Original CSQ NB Eloops B12 - 2 1300rpm  Phobia 8way 4pin Fan Controller x 2 Ek Single Link CSQ Bridge x 2 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bitspower Z Tank (Clear) 250mm x 2 980 WaterBlocks x 2 Ek DDC Pump Top (Acrylic) x 2 Primochill 3/8" x 1/2" OD Clear Tubing 
CoolingCoolingOSMonitor
Bitspower 12mm Acyrlic Tubing 19" x 4  XSPC 3/8" x 1/2" Compression Fittings x 12 Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit Crossover 324K 
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Bitspower 980ti HOF Waterblock (Clear)  EK SE 240mm Slim Radiator EK XE 240mm Radiator x 2 EK DDC Plexi top x 2  
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Great work and measurements. Looks on point thumb.gif

TCO

Thank you.
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Looking good fella, the motherboard is a good choice. thumb.gif

Thanks!
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