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post #161 of 212 (permalink) Old 01-18-2014, 07:55 PM
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I love that black tubing so much

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I love that black tubing so much

So do I smile.gif

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New pictures are very good. Is there a technical reason to choose nickel plated gpu blocks or for the look of the build?

Yeah, nickel plated are all just for the aesthetic, no performance related whatsoever smile.gif
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Looking really really awesome Han, great work as always. And I will admit those GPU blocks are awesome (mine came in on Friday), I'm starting to become more and more a fan of Aquacomputer products. Have been using the Aquaero 6 lately and man what a product.

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That black has me going as well. Almost ashamed to say this but it looks better than a similarly coloured coolant ever could. Such a cookie build you have. thumb.gif
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The build is on the last stage, ive put everything on just need some cables management to do

Thing is , I cant do the eye candy shots anymore since Ive to work the build in my bed room frown.gif my work space has long gone for house renovation

Will have updates in a few days, work and life has been hectic...
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Another day, another updates!
All I can say is that it's nearly there smile.gif
Without further ado

So I have the last order from the US came in, contain some of the last adapters and plugs I need
Also bought a couple of fans just in case ...



I have taken all the tubes off and clean them to remove the tube bits from sawing
and also polished it to remove some scratches during the bending with car wax
The compression fitting can easily scratch the tubes



And I've finished bending the tube from South Bridge to GPU



Another view





And the fan hub has also arrived , I can now control all the fans smile.gif
there will be more sleeved cables coming tomorrow especially for the LED (I will be using NZXT LED I have laying around) and for the fan controller cables



Lastly, I've played around with the cables management
It's not perfect and I'll mess around with it more later



Next stop would be the long awaited leak test, it's pretty nerve wrecking since I've no experience with hard tubing
We'll see how it goes
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Looks great! Can u see the air bubble in the line? I've been think colored acrylic with mayhem fluid would be awesome

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Looks great! Can u see the air bubble in the line? I've been think colored acrylic with mayhem fluid would be awesome
By line, do you mean tube?
Well I cant see a thing inside even when I use the silicone for bending
I have to use strong lighting just to barely see how far has the silicone went through

by mayhem fluid you mean pastel? I dont think you can see a thing with colored tubes with pastel
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Good to know thanks!

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