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"Deadpool" Corsair 800D Water-Cooled Rig (Finally DONE!)

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The Goods
-Corsair 800D Case modified by LazyMan of West Coast Mods
-Crosshair IV Extreme
-AMD 1090T CPU
-2x EVGA Geforce 580 GTX's
-8GB G.Skill Flare DDR3 2000 RAM
-OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD (Boot)
-OCZ Vertex 2 320GB SSD (Game Files)
-Samsung F3 1TB HDD (Pictures, Movies, Music, etc.)
-Corsair AX1200 Power Supply

What makes The Goods run cool
-EK Supreme HF Nickel+Acetal CPU Block
-EK FC-580's Nickel+Acetal VGA Blocks
-MCP-355 Pump with XSPC Acrylic Top
-EK Bayspin Resevoir
-XSPC 360 Radiator with a total of 6 fans for push/pull configuration (Gentle Typhoons)
-XSPC 240 Radiator with 2 Fans (GT's as well)
-Lamptron FC-5v2 Fan Controller
-A whole mess of Bitspower fittings

Finally, after about 6 months of ordering parts, doing countless hours of water-cooled research, and finally getting my GORGEOUS custom modded case back from LazyMan at West Coast Mods, its time to put this sucker together...after realizing that I was working with 99% Black and Red parts, it took but only 3 seconds to realize this monster needs to be appropriately named "Deadpool"

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Edited by Ponte - 3/26/11 at 10:31pm
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post #2 of 17
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As you can see here, LazyMan did a wonderful job installing the 360 and 240 rads as well as putting the fans on them:
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post #3 of 17
I love the name.
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post #4 of 17
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Now folks, I'm at a bit of a crossroads here in terms of tubing

As you can see, I already fitted the tubing from the CPU block to the top of the EK Serial, but that's about as confident as I am in which tube goes where.

Here's a shot of my case, to give you guys an idea of what I'm working with:



Hard to see, but the in/out holes on the 360 RAD are facing towards the front of the case, 240 holes are facing towards the back.

I'll have the following pump located on the bottom of the case above the fan:


I'm trying to figure out the best possible configuration for my tubing. I'm pretty sure there's only one way to do it, but I could be wrong. Keep in mind, I have a EK Bayspin reservoir up front that's filled from a fillport on the top of the case.

If anyone wanted to possibly draw out the correct loop configuration, I made a VERY...VERY crude MS Paint diagram of the layout that I currently have



Any help would be greatly appreciated, as well as any suggestions for this build.
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post #5 of 17
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Bump for some help on the tube routes, would love to get this baby all rarin' to go and get those pics up tonight
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post #6 of 17
Here are a couple rough ideas for your tube routing. I think it would be better for flow if you spin your 360 rad 180 degrees and have the holes at the rear. And you can also move the pump around to a different area to minimize tubing. Make sure that pump can push all that water around cause your loop is pretty large. I think maybe an MCP655 might be a little better for your setup.

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You planning on running hacked drivers to enable SLI on that motherboard?
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post #8 of 17
^^^
That motherboard already uses the Lucid Hydralogix chip
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Wish I could have posted more of a step-by-step of the progress, but between out-processing out of the Army and applying for college, I've had to kind of do everything at once. But I can happily say, with many thanks to all of those that helped me here at overclock.net, and with all of the immensely helpful articles, I have a fully-functional, fully-stable OC'd death machine

Here's a few pics:

Intricate fittings leading from the fillport installed on top down to the reservoir...this definitely took a considerable amount of time to get just right:



A look from the back:



The fillport custom installed by LazyMan:



Red Prolima Vortex 140mm fan:



Fully running:



Easy drainage connected via t-line setup (Bitspower rocks):



Cable routing done the best I could without further modifying the case. Routing the 360 rad to CPU tube behind definitely removes clutter from the front of the case as seen in the pictures:



The current workstation



Boba Fett digs my rig (a.k.a. shameless plug of my paintwork ):



Destroying everything and anything I throw at these beauties :



A few basic stats:



Computer has passed OCCT and Linpack 64 tests for both 2 hours a piece with 0 errors, CPU temps could NOT raise above 49c (Thanks to the 6 Gentle Typhoon's on the 360 and the 2 on the 240....and EK's excellent blocks). Graphics tests can't raise GPU temps above 34c, and computer in OC mode has run Prime95 for a solid 26 hours straight with 0 errors.

No problems with leaking/flow/etc. I've been reading a lot on EK Nickel blocks producing some rather unfavorable results, so I've been keeping a close eye on my res and everything is in order. I've got maybe about 1 drop of PT Nuke in my loop, as well as 1 silver kill-coil for safe measure. Will report if anything goes awry. Other than that, I can not be happier with this rig. Once again, thank you so much Overclock.net

*Special thanks goes to LazyMan for the amazing 800D mods, as well as charliehorse for answering all of my pump/gear questions*
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what website u order your liquid cooling parts from?
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