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Hey boydyboyd, There's a place over here in Santa Ana, CA called Datoptic. Besides the 5 hard drives there, I have a external hard drive with 4-1TB seagates in a raid 0. It connects with e-sata. My friend has a NAS from there that has 4-1TB in raid5, it has it's own linux server so you can run torrents, videos and some other stuff straight off of it. Their webpage is datoptic.com and they have some pretty cool stuff, especially if your into storage.
Yeh i just looked and they have some nice RAID arrar stuff. I need to get a NAS set up for my home when i have some money, fed up of using my ipod to transfer files form my laptop to my PC. For some reason i can't seem to share them easily.
post #32 of 48
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Here's another update. I've been doing a little bit each week. Been real busy with work pulling in about 17 hour days...sometimes it sucks having your own business.

Anyways, I went online last week and saw that they came out with the mosfet and nb/sb coolers for my board, so I decided to pick those up.



Here it is installed.

Also put the processor in

Just in case you haven't seen the socket for the i7, I thought it looked pretty cool.




Here's the board installed.

I did some of the sleeving on the PSU, but the tool broke and my new one comes today. I'm also waiting for the t-barbs so I can hook up the fill ports and put the pumps in, all of the other tubing is done. I should be able to finish it this weekend and start leak testing.

Do you guys think I should drill a whole in the top of the case for the fill ports or should I have them sitting in the case so it stays clean?
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PATRIOT TORQX 64GB 128MB CACHE SSD LG BLURAY BURNER WINDOWS 7 PROFESSIONAL 64BIT SAMSUNG 22" 
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ENERMAX 850W DANGER DEN DOUBLE WIDE 
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post #33 of 48
thanks for the update
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post #34 of 48
those bitspowerblocks look freaking sweet.
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Finally have time to do another update.

I've been up and running since monday night. Had some problems with the fan controller. For whatever reason it doesn't want to work, it will turn on but I can't do anything with it. Not to mention that the y-spitters I was using for the radiator fans doesn't want to let the second fan on either.

Right now I still have the side panels off because I need to do some wire management once I get a working fan controller, if I decide to keep one. I will take a few more pictures when I get another chance but here are some of the last ones I took.


Water pump, resevoir and PSU side. Anyone have some suggestions on cleaning up the psu cables?


Motherboard side

I also had to take out one of my hard drives because I couldn't connect the bluray burner with such a tight squeeze. Next step overclocking.
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post #36 of 48
Ooh...I love the loop colours. The red and blue are both great hues.
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yeah, what dye did you use for the red?
post #38 of 48
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yeah, what dye did you use for the red?
Looks like Feser one.

I use the same stuff.
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post #39 of 48
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yeah, what dye did you use for the red?
Fluid xp blood red and the blue
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post #40 of 48
8800GTX's still kick hard.
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