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Overlord PC water cooling RAD (In progress)

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Overlord PC water cooling RAD (In progress) 


Sorry for the bad quality video. Most of the parts were shot without sun light ( #overcasted ) so there is much noise/low quality. I dont have a proper studio setup and without a bright daylight my video quality suffers a lot.
So first time started working on my very own build. It will surely take time as i make most of the stuff by myself. Finding parts and crafting takes time so please be patient. Feedback is always welcomed so are the ideas.

Q. The first question would be why u are making it ?
A. I am DIY Tech, i am crazy and its so much fun. It will be less in cost and better in performance #Hopefully

*Command and Conquer fans can guess its performance right away

*The amount spend so far on this radiator is around 20$ 
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Overlord PC radiator | homemade | DIY Tech | Custom water cooling part2 The fans
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Overlord PC radiator | homemade | DIY Tech | Custom water cooling part3 The cover
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Overlord PC radiator | homemade | DIY Tech | Custom water cooling part4 The Finale
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Whats next on this project?

Pump modification (the same pump u saw in the video) and Making a custom reservoir (as my pump cant work outta water)
CPU and GPU blocks (Not going for EK will be some ghetto modding stuff)

Next Video will be regarding some looks mod of an air cooler i have.

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Need your help !

As this rad has about 96 joints i dont want to risk my system by putting it on the top of my case. so If u have suggestions about where to put it in the sytem comment down below.
Any suggestion to make the RAD look better ?



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Edited by beret21 - 9/7/17 at 4:59am
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