Originally Posted by TFL Replica
Dear lord! I can barely bring myself to look at it! What the frick is that?
lol it was when i was testign a LOT of different parts and had no test bed >.>
Originally Posted by kev_b
Nice electrical tape mod, I'll give you a 10 for creativity.
i was using good tubing, crap thermaltake pump and res. it wasnt possible to make it all stay in one spot. which is where the tape mod came in
no parts died on this ghetto test bed ^_^
why thermaltake you ask? well a couple years ago, i got interested in watercooling and my dumbass spent 200 bones on a garbage thermaltake kit and temps were all good and fine but i wuickly realized:
A: the quality was turrible.
B:it looks turrible compaired to self build waterloops.
C:thermaltake has only made a few good products, EVER.
once i read the stats on my p500 pump, i almost puked in disgust. its like 500 liters an hour and crap psi. thats why i got a swiftech mcp 665-b for $10 more than what thermaltake was charging on their p500 pumps. thier res was alright in the bigwater 760i but paled in compairison to the microres. the block was just TERRIBLE. i replaced that with an ocz hydroflow, now an apgee gtz i got for $40
it was really cool learning all that about watercooling ^_^ just makes me sad i would have easily figured it out in minutes if i asked what parts i would need and bought them and fit em together.
Originally Posted by WarlordOne
He's saying is that all you did was install your components in your case and feed the wires through the premade holes.
It's not bad looking but it's not creative, just stock.
7/10 looks good IMHO. At least you took the time to run your cables behind the board.
corsair obsidian comes with all those holes premade?Edited by coreyL - 2/23/10 at 10:31am