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post #11 of 59
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CaseLabs order placed smile.gif

Could get GunMetal grey which I couldn't from BestCases.eu, while also being a little bit cheaper.

Accessories are 3-4 weeks, and case batch will ship on May 15-22, so I have quite some time ahead of me smile.gif
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post #12 of 59
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Few changes in the build :
- I will go with one GPU for the time being. According to Tim Dettmers, parallelism is not achievable in every situation, and I prefer to see how things go. This being said, I keep the same PSU, cooling, etc... so that adding extra CPU should be easy.
- Went with EVGA for the 1080 Ti
- Went with EVGA for the PSU as well, which has an even better rep than the Corsair.
- Decided it was time to upgrade my 27"screen for 32" 4K awesomeness smile.gif


I have 2 big orders left :
- The rads
- The EKWB stuff
Edited by Jubijub - 4/9/17 at 4:27am
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post #13 of 59
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YOLO, I decided to take 2 cards still smile.gif

Screen received and installed, this thing kicks ass so badly smile.gif

Watercooling.co.uk order placed

I guess I will wait to receive the case and install the components inside before I place the EKWB order, as I would need to see where I need 45 and 90° adaptors
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post #14 of 59
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Electrical wiring, first draft smile.gif

https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1dyzr4_8MmA-KUQk38MWM8JjDoSa97teL4iVne-VrzIs/pub?w=1004&h=1506



I realized I forgot to buy the cable to power / signal the flow sensor biggrin.gif
Edited by Jubijub - 4/15/17 at 3:04pm
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post #15 of 59
This is really good looking thumb.gif I've never seen someone do a draft like this for the eletrical wiring in a pc biggrin.gif

But there is a mistake: you can either use Aquabus OR USB for the D5 pumps. If you choose Aquabus you have to configurate the pump via USB and give them an Aquabus ID. Then you can unplug the USB and connect the pump via Aquabus to the Aquaero.
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post #16 of 59
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Originally Posted by Drizztly View Post

This is really good looking thumb.gif I've never seen someone do a draft like this for the eletrical wiring in a pc biggrin.gif

But there is a mistake: you can either use Aquabus OR USB for the D5 pumps. If you choose Aquabus you have to configurate the pump via USB and give them an Aquabus ID. Then you can unplug the USB and connect the pump via Aquabus to the Aquaero.

They told me on the Aquaero topic smile.gif
I was wondering though : does it harm if I keep both plugged? So I don't have to change anything to the wiring if I need to change anything to the pump configuration?
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post #17 of 59
You can leave the usb and aquabus both plugged in.
post #18 of 59
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You can leave the usb and aquabus both plugged in.
Cheers!
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post #19 of 59
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2 orders received today : AquaComputer, and EVGA.

Of course, as I am a huge tool, I realize I ordered the wrong pumps (PWM instead of USB/Aquabus), so I will need to exchange them (not a biggie, my case is probably still 2-3 weeks from arriving). This will also allow me to order to damn sensor cable that I forgot on my first order.
The flow sensor had a bended pin (as you can see below), but support told me this is robust so I could bend it back myself.




For EVGA everything looked pristine.

I reached a point where I can test the components off a case, the only problem would be on cooling the CPU, I have no spare cooler I could use.

All my rads except one on back order should arrive tomorrow.


I also bought a nice Manfrotto background system and a dark background (been pondering on this a long time, I also do photo and had no background to do studio) https://www.manfrotto.us/photo-stand-support-bag-and-spring-complete-set

So nice photos should be coming out soon.
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post #20 of 59
That electrical diagram is a great idea.

Looking forward to seeing the photos of the build.
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