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[Build Log] R²D² ... aka "R.squared D.squared"

Hi all,

This project has been on the backburner for ages. But since my entire work industry has basically shut down for the foreseeable future, I'm finally getting it done. I'm going for an R2D2 theme so colours will be white, blue, and silver. Based around a Thermaltake Core X9 (hence the "squared" in the name"). There's nowhere to hide stuff in this case so my goal is to just make everything nice to look at, even the most basic components and cables.

Some of the components listed will be replaced eventually (like the res and the monoblock for example) but I'm using some stuff I already have to get things going. I will update the component list as I go. I have about 90% of the parts, still waiting on a few smaller bits.


Main Components:
Case: Thermaltake Core X9 Snow Edition w/ tempered glass side panels
CPU: Intel Core i9 7900X, Delidded, liquid metal, Rockit Cool copper IHS
Motherboard: Asus Prime X299 Deluxe
RAM: 32GB (4x 8GB) G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz DDR4
GPU: Nvidia RTX 2080 Founders Edition
SSD's: 1TB Samsung 970 Pro NVMe, 500GB Samsung 860 EVO, 256GB Samsung 850 PRO SSD
PSU: Seasonic Snow Silent 1050W


Water Cooling and Accessories:
Bottom Rad: Black Ice SR2 420 Satin White push/pull
Bottom Rad Fans: 6x Corsair ML140 Pro RGB
Top Rads: 2x Black Ice SR2 480 Satin White push/pull
Top Rad Fans: 16x Corsair ML120 Pro RGB
Pump/Res: EK XRES 140 Revo D5
2nd Pump: EK XTOP Revo D5 RGB
CPU Block: EK Monoblock (looking at replacing this)
GPU Block: EK Quantum Vector (currently waiting on RMA)
Front Case Fan: Thermaltake 200mm ARGB
Rear Case Fan: Corsair ML140 Pro RGB
Fan and RGB Control: Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 XT, Quadro, Farbwerk 360
Other: Aquacomputer MPS400 Flow Sensor, 2x Calitemp digital water temperature sensors, 7x Splitty4 RGB Fan boards, Hubby7 USB internal hub
Filter: Aquacomputer Stainless Steel Mesh (For use during initial setup of loop)
Tubing: EK HD Acrylic 12mm/16mm (all bends done with 90° fittings)
Fittings: all Bitspower chrome fittings, plus one EK T-block for drain port.
Coolant: Mayhems Pastel White w/ Mayhems Non-Stain Blue Dye
Cable Sleeving: I will tackle this towards the end of the build but will be doing my own using MDPC-X sleeving


First job was cleaning up my CPU, I delidded when I got it ages ago but wanted a fresh application of liquid metal and thought I'd try out this copper IHS...














Here's the empty case with the rads in the background:






Mounting the Farbwerk 360 and Quadro controllers to the bottom of the case:












Cable management here is only basic and will all eventually be re-done and fully sleeved:










I'm pre-wiring up the rads and all their fans so each one can be easily installed or removed with only one connector for the fans and one for the RGB. Still waiting on some fans and Splitty4's for the top rads but here's the bottom one all done:












The bottom rad in position. And for anyone wondering, the 2.5" SSD's are mounted underneath the motherboard tray:






The drain port on the bottom rad:






One pump in position. The res/pump combo will sit next to it once the mounting bracket arrives:








GPU waterblock has been RMA'd due to some corrosion issues so it's air cooled for now. Not sure if I'll go for an EK or Heatkiller block yet:






Top rads in position. Still waiting on some extra fans so just a test fit for now:






A mixture of blue and silver thumbscrews will be used throughout the build:










And some white ones for Aquaero. This 5.25" bay mount will be cut out with a dremel eventually for a much cleaner look:






Test fit of the Aquaero:






A look at the complete case to give you an idea where this is going. Most parts will eventually be painted white and there will be lots of blue and white RGB. Please ignore the loose 5.25" cover lol:





Plenty more to come over the next few weeks. Once the rest of my fans and splitters arrive I will be able to mount the top rads properly and start building the loop. Any black parts that can be painted will be done in white, but I don't think I'll mess with painting the fans. Then comes the mammoth task of costum sleeving everything in the entire case!

I'd love to hear your thoughts, comments, criticisms of the build so far and my plans for it. Thanks for reading

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G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 32GB (4x 8GB)
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Samsung 970 PRO 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD
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Seasonic Snow Silent Platinum 1050W
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EK XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM Pump/Reservoir Combo
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Cooling
EK CoolStream XE 360 Triple Radiator
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EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
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EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
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EK CoolStream CE 280 Dual Radiator
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Bitspower and EK fittings
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12x Corsair ML120 PRO RGB 120mm Mag Lev PWM Fan
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Nice build looks sleek, but that amount of LM is a little spooky

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Thanks mate! Re the LM, do you think thats too much? I used about the same amount last time and got great results.

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Quote: Originally Posted by NoiseBoy View Post
Thanks mate! Re the LM, do you think thats too much? I used about the same amount last time and got great results.
Gonna need to pass it by other users too, but for me when ever I used LM it was always a very thin layer (That looks kinda smooth?).

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Quote: Originally Posted by Awsan View Post
Gonna need to pass it by other users too, but for me when ever I used LM it was always a very thin layer (That looks kinda smooth?).
It might be just the lighting in the photo... Here's another shot.
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Samsung 970 PRO 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD
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EK XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM Pump/Reservoir Combo
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Cooling
EK CoolStream XE 360 Triple Radiator
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EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
Cooling
EK CoolStream CE 280 Dual Radiator
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Nice start. That case looks massive!


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Nice start. That case looks massive!


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Thanks! Yea it's huge, I would have loved a Caselabs but we all know what happened there Next build after this will need to be tiny lol

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Finished off the wiring for the second rad today... Managed to break one of the fans by pushing too hard so I'll have to order a replacement at some point. I'm still waiting on extra fans for the 3rd rad as well.

I'm glad I've taken the extra time to pre-wire the rads, maintenance will be much so easier when each rad and all it's fans come out as a single unit with only four thumbscrews and two cables to disconnect. I'll be re-doing this when I get to cable sleeving but I think it's neat enough for now.










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Intel i9 7900x
Motherboard
Asus X299 PRIME Deluxe
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Asus Strix GTX 1060 6GB
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G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 32GB (4x 8GB)
Hard Drive
Samsung 970 PRO 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD
Hard Drive
Samsung 860 PRO 256GB SSD
Power Supply
Seasonic Snow Silent Platinum 1050W
Cooling
EK ASUS Strix X299-E RGB Monoblock
Cooling
Bitspower Nvidia GTX 1080 ASUS ROG STRIX Acrylic GPU Water Block
Cooling
EK XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM Pump/Reservoir Combo
Cooling
EK Waterblocks EK-XTOP Revo D5 RGB PWM - Plexi
Cooling
EK CoolStream XE 360 Triple Radiator
Cooling
EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
Cooling
EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
Cooling
EK CoolStream CE 280 Dual Radiator
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Bitspower and EK fittings
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12x Corsair ML120 PRO RGB 120mm Mag Lev PWM Fan
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It might be just the lighting in the photo... Here's another shot.
Aha, yea it looks much better from this angle , the first one looked like it had high peaks of extra LM that would spread all around when squished.
Quote: Originally Posted by NoiseBoy View Post
Finished off the wiring for the second rad today... Managed to break one of the fans by pushing too hard so I'll have to order a replacement at some point. I'm still waiting on extra fans for the 3rd rad as well.

I'm glad I've taken the extra time to pre-wire the rads, maintenance will be much so easier when each rad and all it's fans come out as a single unit with only four thumbscrews and two cables to disconnect. I'll be re-doing this when I get to cable sleeving but I think it's neat enough for now.









oh, coming together just fine

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