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Hi,

Watercooled:
Ek Supreme HF with custom flow jet
EK Full Cover ATI 5770 water block - FC5770 Copper Black Acetal
Enzotech 1/2" black nickel compressions all round inc 45 degree
Phobya Balancer 250 Reservoir Black Nickel
D5 Laing pump + EK rev 2 fitment
Triple XSPC RX360 Rad + Enermax TB Silent fans
Primochill PrimoFlex Pro LRT 1/2" ID UV Blue Tube
Koolance Drain Valve + adaptor (G14 to G14)
bitspowers Temp sensor (installed in res at hottest point i.e. back from the loop)
Lamptron 5 LED UV light
UV light led in G14 in Res

Silver Kill coil
Coolant: using Thermochill EC6 Clear UV blue.
1 drop of Mayhems 10ml Dropper Biocide

Pending
Lamptron UV spectrum CCFL built in inverter
Finish connecting from Media lab bay
Custom Side Window Panel

I also have a wired remote control switch so I power on and reset from remote on desktop or i can use a media lab infared remote control to power on or even the iphone WOL - stops the kids pressing the power/reset button while i'm using it















a5ian300zx
Edited by a5ian300zx - 3/8/11 at 3:29am
post #2 of 20
Beautiful rig man. I dig it. Not that the Phobya Balancer 250 doesnt look good, but a liquid Fusion reservoir would really top that off.

I have it, and when the UV cathode is turned on, it really lights up, and makes the tubing glow as well. I also have Primochill blue.

Great job on keeping it clean.
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Beautiful rig man. I dig it. Not that the Phobya Balancer 250 doesnt look good, but a liquid Fusion reservoir would really top that off.

I have it, and when the UV cathode is turned on, it really lights up, and makes the tubing glow as well. I also have Primochill blue.

Great job on keeping it clean.
Hi,

yeah that was my first choice but no one sells it in the UK and also i read number of horror stories of the res cracking and the G14 options was not as good i.e. on this one i have it has 5 G14 thread holes.

frozenq seem like are going to have promotion of 20% off if they get 50 facebook or 50 twitter followers.

a5ian300zx
post #4 of 20
Looks great, very similar to how I hope mine will turn out once everything gets here.
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Looks great, very similar to how I hope mine will turn out once everything gets here.
Post a pic once its done would like to see it, also if you want me to post any more pics then let me know to give you more of an idea on yours.

update: I have connected the front Media Lab bay now so it now display media info like weather, stats, news etc.

I have also installed the lamptron spectrum UV light CCFL (has built in inverter)

Just wanting for my side window to arrive

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Can I get pics of the media bay?? I was thinking of something like that for my HTPC
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Hi,

I will take some pics later tonight - i have had this bay for 3-4 years now and I love it, its the Thermaltake one with no buttons just remote control which you can program to work with different software application i.e. VLC and you can also control the mouse cursor.

The connection for the device it connects to your motherboard 24pin atx using an adaptor, usb header and you can connect the pwr to the motherboard header to switch the device on and off using remote control.

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1156&ID=1485

you just use the Imon software - i don't use their media player prefer Media player classic x64 with i have tuned with certain decoders to make the picture even better.

PS: I do have another two bays which i was thinking of installing the Kama Meter and Coolermaster Musketeer 2.

a5ian300zx
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hi,

sorry the pics did not come out clear of the front medialab bay - but heres a pic with the PC switched off and also of the Lamptron spectrum UV light installed.











i did not want my tubes to criss-cross hence the long tube from the pump to rad, I also have a XSPC bay res and EK 150 res but found this to be better with better fitting option ie 5 x 1/4 fitments and just got rid of two Thermochills PA1202 and PA120.3, I really like the Look of the T-Virus but don't know what the fitment is like, I have my Koolance drain valve connected to the res with temp sensor which does not go over 36 Celsius.
Just the side panel left now - hopefully should have it back by next week.

a5ian300zx
Edited by a5ian300zx - 2/11/11 at 11:23am
post #9 of 20
Cool so the Media Lab stays on even when the rig is off?? I was wondering why you had to hook up the 24pin to it then back to the MOBO. Also you said you can get the weather and such on it, that makes it worth $90 IMO.

Do you know if you can get stuff like folding/crunching stats on it?? If so I may have to buy one of these. I really dig the look of yours.

The "helix" tubes of the T-Virus res are a type of flouresent rods. From my understanding he makes them him self. You can shoot him a PM here at OCN, and ask him any questions you have. He is a really nice guy with fast responses. You can find him in the Artisans section, under Frozen_Q

Love the build, and yes, dont cross tubes. Looks so much better when you dont.
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Originally Posted by goodtobeking View Post
Cool so the Media Lab stays on even when the rig is off?? I was wondering why you had to hook up the 24pin to it then back to the MOBO. Also you said you can get the weather and such on it, that makes it worth $90 IMO.

Do you know if you can get stuff like folding/crunching stats on it?? If so I may have to buy one of these. I really dig the look of yours.

The "helix" tubes of the T-Virus res are a type of flouresent rods. From my understanding he makes them him self. You can shoot him a PM here at OCN, and ask him any questions you have. He is a really nice guy with fast responses. You can find him in the Artisans section, under Frozen_Q

Love the build, and yes, dont cross tubes. Looks so much better when you dont.

Hi,

Yes it stays on with which ever text you you want,

it shows the following
Email check
world News inc RSS feeds
Media information
system information (cpu type/usage, ram/memory useage, HDD usage, OS info, network, speaker, login, cpu clock inc overclock speed)
world weather
graphic equaliser

it can do webcasting too and Macro Learning mode for apps.

Thanks - can you put the "Helix" tubes in any res or just the one they provide.

a5ian300zx
Edited by a5ian300zx - 2/12/11 at 1:57am
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