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Im impressed by the boring,its not easy at those depths, Done by yourself?



Yes,

I'm one of those old skoolers who would rather have something come out a 7 or 8 out of 10 and be done 100% by myself, as opposed to farming even part of it out, even if it is a surefire 10 of 10.

I don't learn, or gain any experience, when someone else does the work or uses tools I don't have or have access to.

When it comes to boring deep passages . . . . in acrylic . . .

The trick I have found, besides the experience of feeling when the bit is near to galling and pulling out in time, is to have a spray bottle of lubricant water to cool the bit frequently and lubricate the bore.


D.
Edited by IT Diva - 10/2/16 at 5:51pm
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Cleaning the loop in my s8!


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@ITDiva veryninterestednin the build. How and what exactly is needed to make an acrylic pass through channels. I've been wanting to make one for a long time but don't feel like I would need a Cnc machine to make what I want.
    
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Hi all! During last few days I made a lot of attempts change something in my build:
  • I have added extra 2*140mm fans on front radiator
  • I have changed fans from pull to push mode
  • and blah blah

So, 4 sections by 120mm and 4 silent fans aren`t enough for 6700k and 980ti.


Screen after my Sunday biggrin.gif

So, I am going to add one more radiator and I need advice:
1. Buy something looks like XSPC EX560 Quad Fan Low Profile http://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc-ex560-quad-fan-low-profile-high-performance-radiator-white.html and install it to right panel of the case outside (it will be some strange constructions, it`s photo of my friend, not my!! rolleyes.gif).



OR
2. Buy a Mo-Ra3 9*140mm (why 420 version and not 360 - because I have a lot of 140mm fans)

Mo-Ra will be more expensive, but and more performance!

1 radiator will be cost for me 100$ (because I live very far) while Mo-Ra 3 will be cost 160 $, but for mo-ra I have to pay quick disconnectors probably
Your CPU temps are good, your GPU seems little high. Have you tried remounting the gpu block. Also you could try making both rads intake with push/pull configs. You may have to add an exhaust fan in the rear to pull out the extra hot air. 4x120 should be plenty of rad space if you optimize it. Keep trying different things before you throw more money at it.
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Thanks,

I made the inlet tube for the res to feed the pump, and bored the cable management passages for the pump's wiring.

Here you can see the pump "connects" to the base with a D Plug.

Will be changing out all the C47's to white when the next PPCs order arrives, and also thinking about changing the 4 res "feet" to white instead of the clear.

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Darlene

That is amazing! You do this with a drill press or some sort of jig set up?

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Cleaning the loop in my s8!


Nice tube bend work, love it!
Edited by Questors - 10/3/16 at 11:09am
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So...

Its been a while.....

But not forgotten!



First stage paint on today and I machined the plastic inserts for the side panels!
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Waited so long to finally use this new mousepad and new mouse. Need to replace the keyboard though. Loop is all done. This loop is by far my most favorite. Won't be changing for a good while. Still deciding if it's worth it to open two new bottles of Pastel Ice White and red to top of the reservoirs.

    
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Your CPU temps are good, your GPU seems little high. Have you tried remounting the gpu block. Also you could try making both rads intake with push/pull configs. You may have to add an exhaust fan in the rear to pull out the extra hot air. 4x120 should be plenty of rad space if you optimize it. Keep trying different things before you throw more money at it.

No biggrin.gif temp of CPU it`s not OK, because I have liquid metal under cover, before water cooling I have used Noctua NH-D14 for CPU (max temp was 55°) and for GPU was Kraken G 10 + Corsair H55 (55° max too).
I am waiting from water better temperatures and silent thumb.gif
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Yes,

I'm one of those old skoolers who would rather have something come out a 7 or 8 out of 10 and be done 100% by myself, as opposed to farming even part of it out, even if it is a surefire 10 of 10.

I don't learn, or gain any experience, when someone else does the work or uses tools I don't have or have access to.

When it comes to boring deep passages . . . . in acrylic . . .

The trick I have found, besides the experience of feeling when the bit is near to galling and pulling out in time, is to have a spray bottle of lubricant water to cool the bit frequently and lubricate the bore.


D.

your build looks good! your attitude towards doing things is the same as me, without doing things yourself you will never know how to do anything. just finished getting my s8 going last night and that was the first time i bent a tube, what a nightmare at times and even when you feel like giving up you must push through!

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@ITDiva veryninterestednin the build. How and what exactly is needed to make an acrylic pass through channels. I've been wanting to make one for a long time but don't feel like I would need a Cnc machine to make what I want.

if you have access to a good drill press thats square then you can get away with making one on a drill press and a g1/4 tap for tapping threads for the fittings. thumb.gif
you dont always need expensive cnc machines and so on.
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Yes,

I'm one of those old skoolers who would rather have something come out a 7 or 8 out of 10 and be done 100% by myself, as opposed to farming even part of it out, even if it is a surefire 10 of 10.

I don't learn, or gain any experience, when someone else does the work or uses tools I don't have or have access to.

When it comes to boring deep passages . . . . in acrylic . . .

The trick I have found, besides the experience of feeling when the bit is near to galling and pulling out in time, is to have a spray bottle of lubricant water to cool the bit frequently and lubricate the bore.


D.

Nice work !
I couldn't find a good pic of a high speed twist drill modified to drill acrylic this was the best one I could find you must have either modified yours or have a speciality acrylic drill bit.

maybe you could upload a pic of your drill bit
Just I know that is modifiying the drill rake angle is just about important as going slow and well lubricated and keeping the Acrylic cool.
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