just thought id share an update and a few pictures of my recent work. I finally got more than 3+ block configuration on my motherboard, (2x RAM, VRM, and CPU) and I absolutely love it. I had been wanting to do a multi link, Bitspower C48 setup with single rotary 90degree fittings for a very long time, but never had the proper hardware to do so. I almost recently bought the Rampage V before even selling my X99 deluxe solely based off my assumption that EK would no doubt be making a motherboard block set for it... But I couldnt justify spending a ridiculous amount of money just for that, however I was tired of making compromises. Thats why I was thrilled when EK released a VRM block for the X99 deluxe, 4 blocks was sufficient to achieve the industrial like theme ive always liked in configs like these.
Now I know this type of build design and theme is extremely common now and somewhat played out, however just like it that much and I moreso seem to come across them in largest form factor builds. Im a big fan of Singularity computers and their philosophies, and im having fun excercising alot of their techniques in this build, and im accepting only 100% satisfaction after I finish this.
This is only somewhat of a prototype/test fit, as ive changed a few of my plans. Im waiting for a few parts to arrive, mainly a new chassis divider and bottom mounting plate. Im going to use 16mm tubing for the pump-to-mobo/GPU-outlets, and maybe use 90 degree dual rotaries for that line of tubing to increase flow a little bit(DDC pumps). I originally was going to mount the pump/res units to the wall, but now im going to mount them to the floor of the case instead, but a little farther apart than they currently are, and raise them up a little too. Also im mounting a 240mm rad to the front bays of the case, instead of the original floor mounted, 360 rad I originally intended (I want to mount the PSU in its normal spot). Lastly, im going to drill a few 20mm holes in the new chassis divider for Bitspower panel fittings. 2 above the reservoirs for sure, im not decided yet whether im going to have the tubes that are leaving the GPU/Mobo configs to just run through the cable routing holes or run them thru panel fittings.
Any ideas, suggestions, or constructive criticism is more than welcome
ThanksEdited by Nichismo - 11/12/14 at 2:02pm