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post #46521 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Cr4zy View Post

He's my updated build in my trusty TJ07 which has seen a lot of changes.
Specs;
Intel 4770k
Gigabyte Z87X-OC
EVGA GTX 680
16GB Vengeance Pro
Asus Xonar D2X
Seasonic 760W

Cooled with;
EK Supreme HF
EK-FC680 GTX
Bitspower Z-Multi
Swiftech MCP35X
BlackIce SR1 480 w/ 4 GT AP15s
MasterKleer UV-Reactive Orange 7/16
Bitspower ShinySilver fittings/stubby 1/2" barbs

I think... *sniff* I think I'm in love.
post #46522 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Sunreeper View Post

HOLY CRAP!!! Sakmeo you have done two things that I've always wanted to do but never knew how! I would really appreciate it if you gave me instructions on how you did such an amazing job.

1) how in the world did you rotate the motherboard and the motherboard tray so cleanly? I've been wanting to do that with my case so badly to show off a GPU block if I get one

2) How did you make that bottom water channel thing that has the coolant go through and attach to another block? I've had the exact same idea after I've seen people use an acrylic lightbox but I thought it was impossible I've obviously been proved wrong.


Excellent work man it looks so beautiful and unique just simply stunning. You've implemented ideas only I've dreamed about just looks awesome thumb.gif

Watch bilud log. Doubt at any stage, please ask again.
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post #46523 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Cr4zy View Post

He's my updated build in my trusty TJ07 which has seen a lot of changes.
Specs;
Intel 4770k
Gigabyte Z87X-OC
EVGA GTX 680
16GB Vengeance Pro
Asus Xonar D2X
Seasonic 760W

Cooled with;
EK Supreme HF
EK-FC680 GTX
Bitspower Z-Multi
Swiftech MCP35X
BlackIce SR1 480 w/ 4 GT AP15s
MasterKleer UV-Reactive Orange 7/16
Bitspower ShinySilver fittings/stubby 1/2" barbs
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I fell in love with the led you're using, makes the block look so much nicer, I have the same CPU block. May I ask what size led I need to use for our block? I'd like getting one. biggrin.gif
    
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post #46524 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Plutonium10 View Post

Well the 900D springs to mind since it has support for dual PSUs. A second PSU would use up an extra 240mm worth of rad space in the bottom of the case but if your cooling is external then it isn't a problem. It also does have 10 expansion slots and can hold 12 hard drives even with dual PSU installed. Unlike the 800D it does NOT have holes in the back for external water cooling but that could be very easily modded. thumb.gif

I have the 900D and when I bought it it was the only case I found that had Dual PSU support. I love it, I have a 480 rad on the top and Im looking to add a second 480 to the bottom.
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post #46525 of 106449
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Cheers mate, I tried to make it as efficient as possible without miles and miles of tubing, still finetuning the build overall and it's always never finished wink.gif

And speaking of never finished...LOL Here's some pics of test fitting the bridge and one card waterblocked.


Just wanted to make sure I had "eyed up" the placement correctly before doing final tubing cuts and finishing off the backplates.
Warming up the Drememl as we speak....time to give my roommates cat a real treat as I make the cuts in the backplate for the vents tongue.gif
 
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post #46526 of 106449
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post

I fell in love with the led you're using, makes the block look so much nicer, I have the same CPU block. May I ask what size led I need to use for our block? I'd like getting one. biggrin.gif

two holes for 3mm LEDs smile.gif
post #46527 of 106449
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two holes for 3mm LEDs smile.gif

Ah so I can put two leds on it? Never really bothered inspecting the block, thanks. biggrin.gif
    
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post #46528 of 106449
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Ah so I can put two leds on it? Never really bothered inspecting the block, thanks. biggrin.gif




Yes, i use them in my block, excuse the microcracks, i really need to get around to fitting my replacement top.
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Looks good, I'll have to get a pair of 3mm leds then! biggrin.gif
    
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post #46530 of 106449
Do the LEDs use a 2 pin, 3 pin, or 4 pin (molex)? If it's two pin like the front panel LEDs where do you plug them in at?
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