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    Quote Originally Posted by theseeker View Post
    Interesting, you removed the mid-plate?
    noop, I havn't remove it.
    I'll post the work log later coz very busy b4 chinese new year...

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    TJ-07 really looks awesome, especially with powdercoated black interior and a big rad in the bottom section!
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    I've skulked around this thread many times. coveting these TJ07 based rigs. Very pleased to finally be able to post my own here. Not exactly a show piece, but apart from the DOA GPU I encoutered, it was an easy build. It's powered by an i7 920 running at 4.0 GHz 24/7 and SLI GTX 260 C216s and has a 360mm rad below with a 240mm up top.
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    Nice work. These 07's really are elegant..

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    Very Nice...but no clamps
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpower1001 View Post
    Very Nice...but no clamps
    I have them where they're needed (seven in total in there)- wherever there's torque on the fitting. Today I added another clamp to the bottom fitting on the res- you can tell by the pic that it needed it. I find that if the fittings and the tubing are decent, they're often not necessary. I ran my last build for 2 years with only two clamps and it never leaked.

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    Guys, it's his build, if he wants to run the risk let him....at the same time, he should also know the we reserve the right to say "we told you so" should he ever post a "my tubing popped off and fried my stuff" topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post
    Guys, it's his build, if he wants to run the risk let him....at the same time, he should also know the we reserve the right to say "we told you so" should he ever post a "my tubing popped off and fried my stuff" topic.
    I promise I'll make a thread just so you can make fun of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babrbarossa View Post
    I promise I'll make a thread just so you can make fun of me.


    Looking forward to it.
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    @ Babrbarossa

    what toobing is that? it looks fooking ace!
    liking those waterblocks!
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrogamer1990 View Post
    @ Babrbarossa

    what toobing is that? it looks fooking ace!
    liking those waterblocks!
    thanks!
    Thanks- It's feser one uv tubing

    Alimonte- is that an actual murderbox build, or just using their mod parts? Beautiful rig (and nice outdoor, sunsetty pics)

    EDIT- I see a mention of worklog by shazza- beautiful work- I wish I had the patience for cable sleeving.
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    I said it in your work log, but it bears repeating - I love what you've done with this build. In particular, you've done a great job with your loop layout and the tubing flows very nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babrbarossa View Post
    Thanks- It's feser one uv tubing

    Alimonte- is that an actual murderbox build, or just using their mod parts? Beautiful rig (and nice outdoor, sunsetty pics)

    EDIT- I see a mention of worklog by shazza- beautiful work- I wish I had the patience for cable sleeving.
    Thanks Babrbarossa !!!

    Its right here ...
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=207975

    Well Im using Murder Mod parts !! the same ones that are used for MM build by Charles and Nils ...

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    I found this site while pondering a WC setup using a TJ07.
    I must say y'alls rigs are something to behold.
    @theseeker...are those wheels you have on your rig for a LL V1xxx series? If so, did you have to drill & tap any holes?
    If a guy was just going to cool his GPU & CPU, would a single 120x3 mounted in the lower chamber be sufficient?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JGKC9AYC View Post
    If a guy was just going to cool his GPU & CPU, would a single 120x3 mounted in the lower chamber be sufficient?
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    Yes it would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrOzE View Post
    Here's mine!



    Just completed yesterday
    Hi Froze,

    Loving your pics mate. Would you be able to post some pics of the cuts you made to the motherboard tray? I'm buying the same motherboard next week when I build my system and I wouldn’t mind seeing the holes I'll need to cut. I want to try and keep the cuts as universal as I can so it can accommodate different boards in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babrbarossa View Post
    I've skulked around this thread many times. coveting these TJ07 based rigs. Very pleased to finally be able to post my own here. Not exactly a show piece, but apart from the DOA GPU I encoutered, it was an easy build. It's powered by an i7 920 running at 4.0 GHz 24/7 and SLI GTX 260 C216s and has a 360mm rad below with a 240mm up top.
    NICE RIG. absolutely gorgeous, right down to the last detail.

    I think we have a winner, but why do people use 90 degree flow destroying barbs!? I just dont see how anyone could think thats a good idea besides aesthetic value
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    I'm going to cut my motherboard tray for atx 24 and I'm not sure if I should cut upto standard atx size or an inch more as I'm getting the ASUS Rampage 2 Extreme. I wouldnt want hole to show if I were to get a standard ATX board in the future yet I don't want the atx 24 cable to travel to far under board.

    Can someone give me some advice please? Tried asking FRoze as I'll have same setup as him but he hasn't replied and I need to cut my board by the end of the week ready for my bits coming.

    Really hope someone can help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ell View Post
    NICE RIG. absolutely gorgeous, right down to the last detail.

    I think we have a winner, but why do people use 90 degree flow destroying barbs!? I just dont see how anyone could think thats a good idea besides aesthetic value
    Thanks!, although I am sure it doesn't hold a candle to some of the others here.
    I didn't have much choice but to put that one 90 degree fitting in under the bottom card as the straight fittong was causing teh hose to kink a little. I could have cut the case floor, but it would have created the need for alot of fancy finishing work that I didn't think was worth it.

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