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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-04-2020, 08:02 AM - Thread Starter
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[sponsored] Jonsbo VR1 - Kupfer & Bling Bling

Hey,

I would like to introduce you to one of my projects in this worklog.

I admit, this time it won't be the glamorous worklog. The photos were all taken in passing ...
But I think you can still understand the process quite well.

My last project was a Caselabs SMA8. Maybe one of you has followed project "Monochrome" ?

Anyway, after this huge case I wanted something small again.



Some ideas:

- external radiator

- full control and a big bunch of sensors for the watercooling loop

- copper tubes

- try to hide all cables as good as possible

- using a SFX instead of an ATX powersupply to get some roome for watercooling



hardware:

- Intel Core i7 6700K

- Asus Z270 ITX

- 16 GB Crucial Ram

- Zotac GTX 1080ti

- Corsair SF600



watercooling:

- Watercool - HEATKILLER® IV PRO - PURE COPPER

- Watercool - HEATKILLER® IV for TITAN X and GTX 1080Ti - ACRYL

- Watercool - MO-RA3 420 LT black

- Noiseblocker - eLoop Fan B14-PS - 140mm PWM

- Aqua Computer - Aquatube Kupfer

- Aqua Computer - Aquaero 6

- Aqua Computer - Durchflusssensor high flow G1/4

- 2x Alphacool - Eiszapfen Temperatursensor

- Bitspower - various adapters

- Barrow - various adapters


The Case:

For those of you, who didn't know the case I'm working on:




A big shout out to Blacknoise und Watercool.





Both are two great German innovative companies that supported me on this project.

Thanks.

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Update No. 1: bracket for pump and terms and reservoir


I started by taking the measurements off the Aquatube.





I sawed off a piece from a large aluminum angle:




I then simply transferred the dimensions for the reservoir and roughly cut out / drilled the corresponding shapes.




I held it similarly with the pump holder, first transferred the fixed dimensions and then added the "free forms".






After some reworking with a drill, saw, file, sandpaper, the two brackets looked ready and are ready to paint.

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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-06-2020, 12:10 PM - Thread Starter
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Update

As I have already written, the space for the ATX power supply should be used for an SFX power supply + Watercooling components.
So I need to create a panel to hide this stuff.



Expert sketch




I transferred the dimensions to an aluminum sheet and cut it out.




In order to be able to bend the sheet more easily, I "scratched" the marked bending edges with the Dremel.




So its much easier to bend the aluminium and you have a nice angle






To mount this panel I've cutted some profiles and used rivet nuts to use M3 screws for assambling.







That it for now.
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-06-2020, 12:27 PM
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Sounds like an interesting project. I'm currently finishing up an ITX + MO-RA3 build as well.

Also, yes it looks like most of your pictures are MIA.

Darling
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CPU
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Hmm... what is wrong about my uploads....

if I attach the pictures in a post, all picture will be shown two times.
One time embedded during the post and all attachments at the and a second time. (Like the first post)

How can I avoid that?
During my last worklog it was possible to copy any image link and the forum uploaded it again....

Thank you.
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-26-2020, 02:58 AM - Thread Starter
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The Pictures must work now?

Even if i dont know how to avoid that they are shown twice...?



Some pics of the most beautiful waterblock on the marked <3





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Wow you doing all the metalwork by hand? How did you smooth out the curves on those mounting brackets?
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