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Project TITAN - Highly modified Cooler Master Cosmos C700P

It's been a while since I've posted anything...

I have been busy though. I've been building this computer for the last two years and the design has evolved quite a bit over that time.

Current specs:

Cooler Master Cosmos C700P (Not much left to the original case)

i9-7900X
ASUS WS X299 PRO/SE
8x 8GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB
2x EVGA GTX 1080
1x Samsung 960 EVO
1x TP-Link AC1900 PCIe
1x Corsair HX1200i

Watercooling:
1x Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 XT
1x Aquacomputer Passive Heat Sink
1x Koolance HXP-193 Compact Plate Heat Exchanger

Hot Side:
1x Aquacomputer D5
1x Aquacomputer D5 Next
1x Koolance RP-452X2 Dual
1x Aquacomputer Inline Flow Meter
1x Aquacomputer Cuplex Kryos Next
1x Aquacomputer Airplex radical 2/360
3x Noctua NF-F12 iPPC-2000
2x Heatkiller IV
1x Heatkiller Tube 200

Cold Side:
1x Aquacomputer D5
1x Aquacomputer Inline Flow Meter
1x Heatkiller Tube 200
1x Aquacomputer airplex radical 2/280
2x Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-2000
1x Aquacomputer G1/4" Filter with Stainless Steel Mesh
1x Active Aqua 1/4hp Chiller
1x Heatkiller Tube 200

Here is the build over the past few months:











Motherboard Assembly:





Remote Terminal:



Getting pretty:



No radiators - Running purely off the external chiller:



External 280mm Radiator - Opposing Noctua NF-A14 and Delta Fans - Air flow direction switches depending on system load:



Wireless Antenna Array:



Chiller:




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External 280mm Radiator - Opposing Noctua NF-A14 and Delta Fans - Air flow direction switches depending on system load
Why? What does changing the airflow direction do?

Really cool looking build. I like that wire guide plate. What is the remote terminal? It is just a wifi connected monitor, or something more sophisticated?

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Why? What does changing the airflow direction do?

Really cool looking build. I like that wire guide plate. What is the remote terminal? It is just a wifi connected monitor, or something more sophisticated?
Thanks!

I have a Siberian Husky so changing airflow direction helps keep his hair out...

Edit: The real technical reason lol... the Noctua fans are for low system load and keep everything quiet... Go over 75% Thermal capacity of the water cooling system and the SUPER LOUD high flow Delta fans kick in to bring things back under control. They are pretty much a failsafe in case the computer is unattended and the chiller fails for some reason...

The remote terminal is a 7" 1080p field monitor with the receiver for a Amimon Connex bolted on back. The transmitter (Usually almost a mile away strapped to a large hexacopter drone) broadcasts 1080p encrypted with nearly no latency... HDMI in and HDMI out...



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Wow, this is insane. Is 1200 watts enough for all that?

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