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I finally gave in... Internal water cooling for my FT03, here I come!
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post #2252 of 13250
Quote:
Originally Posted by DevilGear44 View Post
I finally gave in... Internal water cooling for my FT03, here I come!
Nice! Looking forward to that.

Parts list/Mods?
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post #2253 of 13250
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Originally Posted by DevilGear44 View Post
I finally gave in... Internal water cooling for my FT03, here I come!
Nice! Post the parts-list please, I´m planning to watercool my Vulcan!
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post #2254 of 13250
Quote:
Originally Posted by DevilGear44 View Post
I finally gave in... Internal water cooling for my FT03, here I come!
pics broken??
 
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Originally Posted by arctg View Post
pics broken??
No, I said "here I come", implying it isn't done yet, and thus no pictures.

I wanted everything internal, so I settled for a 120mm radiator. I was so tempted to buy the Black Ice 160mm radiator for the bottom 2 80mm fan intakes, but decided against it. Maybe my next GPU I'll put a small universal block on it and then I'll have a reason to get the rad.

Parts list:

HWLabs Black Ice GTX 120
x2 Delta PWM fans (25mm thick, 150CFM, 56 max dB)
Akasa PWM cable so I can power the fans from the PSU but have them take rpm and PWM signals from the motherboard
Black Primochill tubing (1/2 x 3/4)
$100 worth of compression and rotary fittings (like.... 8 fittings! Costed more than my CPU block!)
Various other odds and ends (fan grill, fan washer, M4 screws, pwm extension cable, Danger Den fillport, new easy mount hardware for my EK HF, etc)

I'll be reusing my CPU block, my D5 Vario and EK res. It is going to be packed.
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post #2256 of 13250
Quote:
Originally Posted by DevilGear44 View Post
No, I said "here I come", implying it isn't done yet, and thus no pictures.

I wanted everything internal, so I settled for a 120mm radiator. I was so tempted to buy the Black Ice 160mm radiator for the bottom 2 80mm fan intakes, but decided against it. Maybe my next GPU I'll put a small universal block on it and then I'll have a reason to get the rad.

Parts list:

HWLabs Black Ice GTX 120
x2 Delta PWM fans (25mm thick, 150CFM, 56 max dB)
Akasa PWM cable so I can power the fans from the PSU but have them take rpm and PWM signals from the motherboard
Black Primochill tubing (1/2 x 3/4)
$100 worth of compression and rotary fittings (like.... 8 fittings! Costed more than my CPU block!)
Various other odds and ends (fan grill, fan washer, M4 screws, pwm extension cable, Danger Den fillport, new easy mount hardware for my EK HF, etc)

I'll be reusing my CPU block, my D5 Vario and EK res. It is going to be packed.
Well, howdy!

Partner, start that project build log up so that I can sub on in already!
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post #2257 of 13250
Well, I've finally finished my mATX build, so I guess I'm ready to join the club?

Specs:
Custom modded/painted SG03 w/ 2 CM Red R4 fans
Xigmatek 700w Non-modular PSU
Gigabyte Z68MA-D2H-B3
16gb (4x4gb) G Skill Ripjaw PC1333
Intel i5 2500k
Corsair H60
2 ASUS 6870s in CFX
ASUS Xonar Dx
WD 500gb SATAIII HDD
Crucial C300 64gb SATAIII SSD


I'll be honest, I did not need all the power in this setup. However, I was sick of enthusiast PC users and builders telling people that they "can't build anything powerful in anything smaller than a full tower." To that I say, look at what I've just done. Crossfire, water cooling, AND with a non-modular PSU. This isn't to say that I won't be using this rig to it's full potential though. This machine will be at LAN parties with me almost every weekend this summer.

Anyway, on to the good part, pictures (bad quality)!

As you can see I've painted the mesh and insides red. You cant see the motherboard as it's covered in a PSU and wires, obviously. You can (sortof) see the H60 radiator near the front, and the tubes too if you look carefully. I also cut a 5th expansion slot in the case to allow for the GPUs and sound card. The top PCI slot where a crossblow style fan is usually installed currently has a fan controller for the 2 front fans.

At stock, the GPUs idle at 35c, and the CPU idles at 28c.



post #2258 of 13250
Quote:
Originally Posted by SweatyTexasGuy View Post
Well, howdy!

Partner, start that project build log up so that I can sub on in already!
I'm not very good at build logs. I generally just put the sob together and post pictures. Just keep looking in this thread. I'll hopefully have it built and pictures uploaded by Monday or Tuesday.

I've never run a single 120mm loop before (and few here have either, everyone on OCN with a 120mm are using them as a rear exhaust compliment to their top mounted 360mm )

We need an official club for SFF water-cooled rigs. All 4 of us can show off our builds.
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post #2259 of 13250
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Originally Posted by DevilGear44 View Post
Water cooling... it calls my name again! Thinking of a 120mm setup. My HR-02 just can't cool a 4GHz overclock the way I want it to.
What type of temps were you looking at in that case with just a 4ghz oc? I Just bought the HR-02 and I have the FT03 as well. Im thinking maybe it was a bad choice.
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post #2260 of 13250
here's a badass matx I built a while back

AMD 955 Quad
ATi 4870X2
4GB DDR2 1000





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