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post #109941 of 109972 (permalink) Old 01-31-2020, 05:59 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Good luck getting anything from China in this current epidemic closure. China has closed air travel and nothing is being shipped out of Hong Kong. So unless someone has stock, they will have the devil's time getting anything. Barrow is manu'ed in China after all.

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That's true, so it is a bit trickier to get anything with color to it. Check out primochill and see what colors they have in stock before it's gone. I started out with green myself, but switched to clear. But if you run a dual system could always do a blue/green or something like that. No hurry, that stuff can get a bit pricey when you add all the fittings.
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post #109942 of 109972 (permalink) Old 01-31-2020, 11:03 AM
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Good luck getting anything from China in this current epidemic closure. China has closed air travel and nothing is being shipped out of Hong Kong. So unless someone has stock, they will have the devil's time getting anything. Barrow is manu'ed in China after all.

~Ceadder
Yea, and they are a still on their New Year break.

It was just a thought...and I'm in no hurry to get anything at the moment. Was just wondering if anyone ever used one of their rads. They say they are copper and brass. I had a Barrow at first...but it sounded so odd with water running through it. Like someone whizzing on a tin roof. All I had hooked up to it was the pump/res so I know there wasn't any air in it. I sent it back...picked up the Black Ice. It's a bit on the "thin" side, so thought I might be better off with something thicker.

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Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis 360GTS(Red)
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Large amount of room in that box. I'd be tempted to make an intricate water system to fill up much of the space just for fun lol
Here's my Caselabs THW10 reverse ATX (very similar to the TH10A) except I don't have a pedestal. I did try to fill mine up as much as possible which is not an easy task with this case. It has one large loop with two 560 rads, plus a 280 rad, and reservoir on each side.
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post #109944 of 109972 (permalink) Old 02-02-2020, 05:07 AM
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Hi guys,

Some pics of my current build with which overall I am very happy.

This is the main hardware:

- Ryzen 9 3950x
- Gigabyte X570 Aorus Xtreme
- EVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC Ultra
- 32 GB (2x16) G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz CL14
- Corsair MP600 - 1 TB
- 2x SSD Samsung 850 EVO 2 TB y 500 GB
- Seasonic Prime Titanium 850w

Water cooling config:

- 1x Alphacool NexXxos 480 XT45 V2
- 1x Alphacool NexXxos 360 XT45 V2
- 1x Alphacool NexXxos 360 ST30 V2
- Heatkiller IV Pro CPU block
- Heatkiller IV GPU block with backplate
- 15x Noctua NF-AF12x25 PWM
- Singularity Computers pump, cover & reservoir
- Aquaero 6 LT
- Bitspower fittings and PETG tube
- Fluid Mayhems X1 Clear


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Hope you like it!

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Here's my Caselabs THW10 reverse ATX (very similar to the TH10A) except I don't have a pedestal. I did try to fill mine up as much as possible which is not an easy task with this case. It has one large loop with two 560 rads, plus a 280 rad, and reservoir on each side.

Now THAT is exactly what I'm talking about. Old school/new school and it really stands out. Organized, meticulous and yet has that chaotic feel to it. Extremely well displayed, excellent job!
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Hope you like it!
Looks great. What was your camera/lens setup for the last image?

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Here's my creation. So proud of myself.
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Man happen to this forum, used to live on OCN, now it seems pretty dead, every time I jump on less and less activity, the last platform changed really killed off the population..

You guys find somewhere better to rival OCN glory days ?

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Man happen to this forum, used to live on OCN, now it seems pretty dead, every time I jump on less and less activity, the last platform changed really killed off the population..

You guys find somewhere better to rival OCN glory days ?
You should have seen this place a few years before you joined! Some of these WC threads have been around for over 10 years!
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After a long time of absence I have finally started doing something with my build again and I have a goal of updating the build log as often as I can (hopefully once a day). With the build literally standing in a corner collecting dust for more than a year now it’s time I started doing something, and I have to give myself a goal to actually get ***** done. So if anyone is interesting in following a build log where I stumble through all the challenges that comes with doing substantial case mods feel free to take a look;

https://www.overclock.net/forum/1808...l#post26121745

If it’s not your cup of tea then that’s fine too
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