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post #32311 of 106082
Ghetto backplates ftw!!!



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I figured all you cats out there trying to shove multiple CLC kits in ther rig for CPU and GPU mods would appreciate this little guy.


here is a kit from asetek that can help yal out. Also comes in a 240 rad variant.

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Originally Posted by NewHighScore View Post

Almost finished just a few more wires and a couple finishing touches.

That's looking great! *heads over to log now to hopefully see some more pics*
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Originally Posted by Yukss View Post

dude thats crazy and is good and bad.. the reason of watercooling besides to lower the temps better than air is reduce the noise of your rig, by doing that you you still having the noise of the stock fans of those gpus.. altough it look kickass
With his GPU temps being so low from the water block, that fan will never ramp up to a speed that is audible on the stock fan profile. Also like that other guy said before me, he could even step the fan speed down manually, but I wouldn't go as low as 10%.
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Ghetto backplates ftw!!!
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Nothing ghetto about that,you did a good job there Werm. thumb.gif
How about some fullcover stickers made up with inkjet sticker sheets?
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Nothing ghetto about that,you did a good job there Werm. thumb.gif
How about some fullcover stickers made up with inkjet sticker sheets?

I have a friend who knows a friend (tongue.gif) that has a vinyl cutting machine. Might get something done to spruce it up.
post #32316 of 106082
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

That's looking great! *heads over to log now to hopefully see some more pics*
With his GPU temps being so low from the water block, that fan will never ramp up to a speed that is audible on the stock fan profile. Also like that other guy said before me, he could even step the fan speed down manually, but I wouldn't go as low as 10%.

Thanks moddermike! I suck at taking pictures really bad tongue.gif. Once I get my backplates and psu cover I will *attempt* to take lots of proper photos. I still need to sleeve up my fans and trim the cabling too!
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post #32317 of 106082
Hey everyone!

I am getting closed to finished with my (long-time-in-the-works) Switch 810 build, just need to do a couple more things and I am hoping to get there today/tomorrow!

Unfortunately, I am stuck in regards to how I should setup my pumps as I now have two reservoirs... I have both an EK Multioption X2 150 Advanced as well as an XSPC Single-5.25 bay res, and 2x MCP35X pumps. I have the two reservoirs because, well, I was getting so frustrated with the POS EK clamps that I wanted a backup, but managed to get some Bitspower wrap-around clamps that work great, so I have two and would like to use both as I understand it can make filling and bleeding easier, as well as reducing turbulence in whatever res feeds the pump(s).

I have my loop planned as: pump - 240 (bottom) - GPU - 420 (top) - CPU - res

I am not sure if I should have the last part go from the CPU to the EK to the XSPC and have the pump mounted in the drive-bay connected to the bay res via 90deg dual-rotary + male-male fittings, or if I should have it go CPU to XSPC to EK with the pump mounted directly to the bottom of the EK res, as shown in the pictures below.... If I were to do the drive-bay mounting, I could use both pumps, having one fed directly from the res and then feeding directly into the second pump via another 90deg + male-male fitting combo, but as I have yet to get a second GPU I don't know that I really have any possible need for the second pump in my loop, outside of redundancy (and I only have a heatsink for one of them, as I intend on getting the MCP35X2-Housing to do the dual-pump thing "properly").

Anyway, here are some pictures of my setup (haven't connected tubing yet), and I would REALLY appreciate any advice!

Here is the most current picture I have of the overall build (I have since installed the Hydra Pro fan controller in the top 5.25 bay)


Here are the fittings and whatnot that I still have to work with:
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Here are a few shots of the bay-res, from inside:




AND....here are some more pics I have taken recently, with a spoiler tag for all but one so that it isn't going to go crazy with bandwidth:
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[IMG ALT="NEW SWAG!!!
- XSPC Single-5.25 Bay Reservoir with LED, 4x Swiftech 15mm Extension Fittings, 12x Akust Copper BGA Heatsinks and 4x Aluminum Heatsinks, 2x Bitspower 60mm Z-Tank Res Holders, 1x Danger Den Fillport Res (forgot to get the fill-port, doh!), 6x more Monsoon 1/2x3/4 matte-black Compression Fittings, R.A.T.3 mouse, and Bitspower: Y-splitter rotary fitting, ball-valve fitting, 2x 90deg single-rotary, 1x 90deg dual-rotary, 1x rotary extension, 1x 45deg single-rotary adapter, 1x 45deg dual-rotary 1/2x3/4 fitting, 1x thru-panel fitting, and 1x 90deg dual-rotary adapter..."]http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1126463/width/350/height/700[/IMG]





Thanks for looking, and a huge thanks for any advice!


EDIT: Sorry for the bad picture quality, I had my D3100 set to "auto" as I was in a hurry, and I just did a rush-job converting them from .raw to .jpeg via Picasa, so they look grainy :/
Edited by nleksan - 11/17/12 at 3:20pm
   
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post #32318 of 106082
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

I have a friend who knows a friend (tongue.gif) that has a vinyl cutting machine. Might get something done to spruce it up.
It would really complete the look, custom backplates with some awesome sauce stickers. thumb.gif
post #32319 of 106082
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

It would really complete the look, custom backplates with some awesome sauce stickers. thumb.gif

Yeah, its a bit barren but still looks good though smile.gif. Maybe just a "GTX 580 3GB" in white to break up the silhouette. I managed to salvage the 4th one i fudged up. Just needed a few more cuts to clear the rear i/o components, the PEX heatsink, and the ram slots for the top most card. Almost there. I'll be putting a log together later today or tomorrow.



Btw, any one know of a US member that can do custom vinyl graphics?
post #32320 of 106082
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Almost finished just a few more wires and a couple finishing touches.

Looking good indeed thumb.gifthumb.gif

The hard work and patience shows.

Darlene
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