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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-21-2016, 08:27 AM - Thread Starter
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I am sitting here after getting my biggest watercooling loop done and was just looking through all of my "scratch book" photos I usually take during any "upgrade" session I have with my pc's and It's quite funny from start to finish. So here you go, feel free to share your criticism wink.gif

From a CM Storm Scout, to an NZXT H440. From blue heat sinks to white heatsinks. From air to water. From 1 240rad to 1 360rad to 2 360rad's! From soft tubing to rigid tubing.



































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fantastic job my friend, Cant ask for better! I'll be right behind you here some day with the WC builds. definitely jealous hehe

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fantastic job my friend, Cant ask for better! I'll be right behind you here some day with the WC builds. definitely jealous hehe
Thanks a ton! all it takes is time, drive and the o'mighty dollar! Cant wait to see what you come up with!
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haha oh yea thats the fun part, the time and effort after 12 hour shifts LOL no time! I'm looking into going into refrigeration method on mine, I have parts to where I have the unit I just need to consolidate the piping and attempt that without any sweat coming through the lines before use, and figure out where to get fittings that arent expensive as can be lol

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