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Thread: Ickle wc'ed Lian li pcA05-b

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    Ickle Lian li pcA05-b (now aircooled)

    Got it built finaly

    Watercooling:
    Laing ddc ultra
    Black ice gt 360 crossflow
    Swiftech storm g4 rev 2
    Ek 8800gtx block
    thermochill res i had lerking about


    Tech specs:
    Asus striker extreme , with thermalright sb and nb sinks (heatpipes + upsidedown = FTL)
    Intel Q6600 @ 3g
    gainward 8800gtx
    4gb dominator 6400
    74gig raptor
    250gig wd caviar
    Antec true power 650
    X-fi fatality (died
    samsung s-ata dvd-rw thingy





    Last edited by Sc4mpi; 10-02-2009 at 03:56 PM.

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    Sound card: Asus xonar d2
    HD Array: 3x ocz 60gb summits (raid 0) & 300gig velociraptor
    HD Controller: Adaptec 2405 SAS controller
    Optical: Samsung 22x dvd-rw
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    Hi there, nice to see another A05-B owner with a triple rad inside I think you made better use of space than I did, but oh well, I had fun doing mine so can't complain.
    Last edited by kuhla; 08-07-2007 at 06:16 PM.

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    Well done Sc4mpi

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    Very neat for such a small volume. Really nice work

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    good job...*-)
    750W Thermaltake Modular PSU
    DFI UT X58-T3eH8
    Core i7 920 @ 20 X 200 1.325V
    CORSAIR XMS3 DHX 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1600
    768 MB EVGA 8800GTX
    1 X 36GB WD Raptor
    2 X 150GB WD RAPTORS
    1 X SpinPoint P Series SP2504C 250GB
    1 X Maxtor 6L300S0 300GB
    16 X NEC DVD Burner
    7 120mm Yate Loon LED Intake Fan
    4 120MM Yate Loon Exhaust Fan
    28" HANNSPREE Monitor


    Watercooling Loop:

    1 X PA120.3
    1 X PA120.2
    2 X Laing DDC's w/EK-DDC Dual Turbo Top
    7 X Yate Loon Blue LED Intake Fans
    4 X Yate Loon Blue LED Exhaust Fans
    1 X Swiftech GTZ
    1 X GPU EK Fullcover Waterblock
    1 X XSPC Dual Bay Reservoir 5.25" with Bubble Window

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    sick impressive! One question though, how the h*ll do you find anything on that screen of yours? You must have had 200 icons. . .

    They say the definition of madness is doing the same thing and expecting a different result.
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    looks very nice Sc4mpi
    what sort of temps are you getting with that setup ???
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    according to core temp and ntune for gpu temp

    cpu 31c idel 36c in bf2

    gpu is 40c idel 42c in bf2 (possibly a bad seating not sure)

    Main rig
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    Cpu: Intel i7 920 @4.2ghz - Ultra 120
    Motherboard: Evga x58 classified
    Ram: 12gb 6x2gb Corsair 7-7-7-20
    Psu: Hiper 880watt
    Gpu: Ati radeon 5870
    Sound card: Asus xonar d2
    HD Array: 3x ocz 60gb summits (raid 0) & 300gig velociraptor
    HD Controller: Adaptec 2405 SAS controller
    Optical: Samsung 22x dvd-rw
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    some updated piccys ,

    Things done

    -Clearflex has been replaced with tygon r-3603 due to the clearflex misting up and generly being rather unflexable

    -addition of a matrix orbital

    - Heatsinks Repainted so they all match

    - wiring redone




    Main rig
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    Cpu: Intel i7 920 @4.2ghz - Ultra 120
    Motherboard: Evga x58 classified
    Ram: 12gb 6x2gb Corsair 7-7-7-20
    Psu: Hiper 880watt
    Gpu: Ati radeon 5870
    Sound card: Asus xonar d2
    HD Array: 3x ocz 60gb summits (raid 0) & 300gig velociraptor
    HD Controller: Adaptec 2405 SAS controller
    Optical: Samsung 22x dvd-rw
    =========================

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    wow, nicw clean build. i like your cable management... ;-)

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    Very nice build!
    (PS:I have as many icons on my desktop as you do.."WE" know where everything is.
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    Rather too many than too few.
    Shows it's used to do things with. Not just an end in itself.
    Nice result.

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    Really nice build, brilliant cable tidying !

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    I second that...impresive build...amazing cable management.
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    Very clean system,nicely done
    Last edited by pranko1; 08-28-2007 at 03:11 PM.

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    I'm still blown away by this build. The fact that you got a PA120.3 in that tight space is inspiring.
    Whose fanguard is that? And do you really need 16 socket heads to hold the rad up, or is 8 of them for the fans? What dimension's are you using for the screws?? M4 x8mm or 10mm???
    Last noob question if you don't mind; what good is the orbital for? Or is it just a little bling?
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    Very nicely laid out too, not a bit of space wasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogAn'sRun View Post
    I'm still blown away by this build. The fact that you got a PA120.3 in that tight space is inspiring.
    Whose fanguard is that? And do you really need 16 socket heads to hold the rad up, or is 8 of them for the fans? What dimension's are you using for the screws?? M4 x8mm or 10mm???
    Last noob question if you don't mind; what good is the orbital for? Or is it just a little bling?
    Its actually a Black Ice GT not a PA. If he got a PA in a case that like, it would be amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogAn'sRun View Post
    I'm still blown away by this build. The fact that you got a PA120.3 in that tight space is inspiring.
    Whose fanguard is that? And do you really need 16 socket heads to hold the rad up, or is 8 of them for the fans? What dimension's are you using for the screws?? M4 x8mm or 10mm???
    Last noob question if you don't mind; what good is the orbital for? Or is it just a little bling?
    Fan grill is a aquacomputer tripple fan guard with the holes enlarged to match the black ice rad, as for the bolts, 4 hold the grill to the case the other 12 hold the rad to the grill its not going to move anyware :P. the bolts are allen head m4x8's but they have all be dremeled down to about 4mm so they dont puncture the veins on the rad. as for the matrix orbital was just a bit of bling to add some colour to the front and its good to see what songs playing whilst im gaming

    Quote Originally Posted by SP33DFR34K View Post
    Its actually a Black Ice GT not a PA. If he got a PA in a case that like, it would be amazing.
    It is a black ice gt crossflow 360, there is no reason why you coulnt fit a pa in but you would loose the dvd-rw which i realy dint want to do.

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    Motherboard: Evga x58 classified
    Ram: 12gb 6x2gb Corsair 7-7-7-20
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    Gpu: Ati radeon 5870
    Sound card: Asus xonar d2
    HD Array: 3x ocz 60gb summits (raid 0) & 300gig velociraptor
    HD Controller: Adaptec 2405 SAS controller
    Optical: Samsung 22x dvd-rw
    =========================

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    Mate, do you know if this case can fit a full size ATX power supply?
    I mean...like a 1kw PSU?
    DO you have any side shots?(focus straight on the side of the case)
    Thanx a lot buddy.
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    What kind of paint do you use to spray the heatsinks. Does it have to be heat resistant ?

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    Very tidy install! Good Work


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    Quote Originally Posted by LogAn'sRun View Post
    I'm still blown away by this build. The fact that you got a PA120.3 in that tight space is inspiring.
    Whose fanguard is that? And do you really need 16 socket heads to hold the rad up, or is 8 of them for the fans? What dimension's are you using for the screws?? M4 x8mm or 10mm???
    Last noob question if you don't mind; what good is the orbital for? Or is it just a little bling?

    wtf is a "socket head" ;-)

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    Very nice build. Much better than my A05 build. Hey man, where did you get those top screws? What kind are they. They are nice and clean.

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    do you guys know what size tubing he is actually using?

    i would like to WC my Lian li A05 when i get it also and this is a very good inspiration to look at, so if anyone knows please tell me cause it looks sweet.

    im guessing 1/2"? or 3/8"

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