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Looks really awesome! Although one thing is bothering the hell out of me. The fan you have for your mobo heat sink, why not make a little shroud or something from wood so it blows down onto it?
 
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Originally Posted by Lord Xeb;13462486 
Looks really awesome! Although one thing is bothering the hell out of me. The fan you have for your mobo heat sink, why not make a little shroud or something from wood so it blows down onto it?
Thanks Xeb! Hmmm well that fan is an exhaust. Even before replacing the TIM on the chipset they never got all that hot while oc'd. I never considered making a wood shroud though. thinking.gif It was just so easy to cut up an old fan and make the shroud for it but after making the tiny frame for the lcd I don't see any reason why I couldn't make a matching fan shroud. It's much more visible back there than I anticipated and I'm about to start tearing it all apart anyway smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Ren-dog;13462249 
Damn. sorry to hear it :/
Thanks well it's not to bad I guess.

I pulled the psu out of the kids rig and popped it into the table... and... nada. I get the green light on the onboard mobo power button when it's plugged in but nothing will power up. So the fantastic 4+1 phase power design MSI stilllllllll uses must have failed on the 790fx-gd70. I'll know for sure later when I pull it all apart. Sad.. wasn't even pushing it. Set it back to the 1.48v I'd been running it at since I bought it a little over a year ago. frown.gif

I'll just consider it a blessing in disguise. This may open the door for an upgrade to Bulldozer down the road. For now I'll just have to pull it all apart, take a look and toss in the Asus M4A79XTD EVO that's in the kids rig until I can get the MSI RMA'd or replace it. Not that I can afford to lol Sponsorship is looking better and better biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by sprower;13470722 
I pulled the psu out of the kids rig and popped it into the table... and... nada. I get the green light on the onboard mobo power button when it's plugged in but nothing will power up. So the fantastic 4+1 phase power design MSI stilllllllll uses must have failed on the 790fx-gd70. I'll know for sure later when I pull it all apart. Sad.. wasn't even pushing it. Set it back to the 1.48v I'd been running it at since I bought it a little over a year ago. frown.gif

I'll just consider it a blessing in disguise. This may open the door for an upgrade to Bulldozer down the road. For now I'll just have to pull it all apart, take a look and toss in the Asus M4A79XTD EVO that's in the kids rig until I can get the MSI RMA'd or replace it. Not that I can afford to lol Sponsorship is looking better and better biggrin.gif

That's a crying shame, man, because the desk is really nice. Can you jump start the Strider? At least then you're only out a motherboard.

Guess you get added to the VRM horror stories list, eh?
post #234 of 287
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Originally Posted by Alecthar;13474650 
That's a crying shame, man, because the desk is really nice. Can you jump start the Strider? At least then you're only out a motherboard.

Guess you get added to the VRM horror stories list, eh?

Thanks, yeap I thought I would be added to the VRM list but I just pulled the heatsink and don't see a thing... Guess I'll know for sure when I switch out the mobo today.
post #235 of 287
sprower, you single-handedly anihilated any interest I had in MY pc build with your table..

seriously, next house I'm reserving a pc-gaming room and I'd like to build something similar to your project! it's so awesome!
post #236 of 287
Also curious ... how do you install the temp sensor into the loop? do you need 2 fittings on each side or what?
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Originally Posted by Cyclonicks;13494471 
sprower, you single-handedly anihilated any interest I had in MY pc build with your table..

seriously, next house I'm reserving a pc-gaming room and I'd like to build something similar to your project! it's so awesome!
Haha I hate to discourage but love that it's an inspiration. Thanks man.
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Also curious ... how do you install the temp sensor into the loop? do you need 2 fittings on each side or what?
Nope it's basically a fat extender. Male on one side and female on the other with a wire poking out the side. smile.gif
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Nope it's basically a fat extender. Male on one side and female on the other with a wire poking out the side. smile.gif

ok makes sense somewhat ... but how would you connect your tubing to the female side? also what size tubing can be used on it?
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Originally Posted by Copenhagen69;13500742 
ok makes sense somewhat ... but how would you connect your tubing to the female side? also what size tubing can be used on it?

It's just a plain jane fitting. I put mine on the rad outlet and screwed a compression fitting into it. smile.gif
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It's just a plain jane fitting. I put mine on the rad outlet and screwed a compression fitting into it. smile.gif

ooooooooh ok, now I get it smile.gif
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