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  1. #51
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    Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLunTSmoKeR View Post
    loving that 4890 block, looks really nice!

    Can't wait to see this completed man.

    Keep up the good work!
    cheers - just waiting on another one now!!!

    getting nothing done at the moment as i am still waiting for parts

    got a pair of white ddc tops and a black mounting plate for my supreme on order from EK

    also waiting for my gpu and mosfet blocks from EK [via OcUK]

    in the meantime this beast has arrived
    decided my PA120.3 was never good enough



    heres a test fit...




    got some Acetone from the chemist so i could stealth up the front of the case...


    no logos!


    also, this little lot arrived. I needed some cable braid to finish off my PSU and ended up buying loads to make the order worth while

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    Let me know how that 480 mount works in there. Looks great

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    Man, I really wish I got the TJ07 instead of the TJ10.. I am in the process of setting up my first ever custom loop, and I am going to have to hack my case up just to fit a 120.3 rad in the roof, and it only has enough room for a 35mm thick rad at the very most.

    But you have plenty room in that case for a quad and double rad!!!

    It really does pay to research things before you buy them, and not just purchase something because you like how it looks...

    Good idea with the acetone mate, I might do the same to my case to remove the nvidia logo, then stick it on the OcUK MM and then use the cash for a new case!!

    No-one seems to be interested in a case with an nvidia logo plastered on the front door and right side panel..

    ::edit::

    Do you know whether OcUK will be getting any Bitspower Rotary 45's and 7/16" compression fittings in stock anytime soon?

    I posted in the Product Suggestions forum asking about this, but haven't had a reply yet, I want some of these for my loop, and would prefer to get them from you guys because I get free shipping!!

    I see there are lots of other Bitspower fittings in the shop website now, but none of the ones that I need...
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    we have loads of fittings in stock - its taking the time to list them all

    when they are listed, OcUK will have the biggest watercooling range in the UK

    my 7/16 compression fittings were special ordered from caseking in germany [an ocuk linked disti]

    there will be more on the way soon - watercooling is about to take off big time and bitspower is just a small part of what is coming
    the thermochill quad i have is in stock at ocuk too
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    Now that's what I like to hear mate!!!

    I just wish that my case was capable of housing a quad rad, but as I said before it os only possible for me to mount a slim triple rad in the roof, and even then I am going to have to get it modded, otherwise the rad would have to be fitted with either end hanging over the vent by about 50mm, I don't really know how much it would affect the performance of a rad by having it fitted like this, if it won't affect it that much then I won't bother having the roof modded, as I would have to send it off to Chilled PC to get Tom to mod the roof for me, as I don't have the tools, and even if I did I would end up botching it up anyway!

    I will keep an eye out in the WC section of the site so I can grab some of those rotary 45's and 7/16" compression fittings, they are kinda expensive, but they look awesome imo!!

    Anyway, I look forward to seeing more updates of this project, this rig is gonna be a beast one you have finished with it!

    p.s. any idea if you guys will be stocking the Heatkiller 3 Copper??
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    a massive shipment of heatkillers are on the way
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    Excellent!!

    Can I ask, what did you do with your old 120.3 rad?
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    Always great to see a TJ-07 build!


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    Quote Originally Posted by BLunTSmoKeR View Post
    Excellent!!

    Can I ask, what did you do with your old 120.3 rad?
    its going for sale as soon as i move over to using the tj07 as my main system
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    back in the game!

    bad times this week

    the blocks i have on order still havent showed up

    i ordered two ddc tops from EK
    they sent me one [which looks sweet] so eddy has sorted me out with another that should be here tomorrow for my other pump



    and i have finally finished my cables!

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    oooo the pump looks amazing! and nice job on the sleeving!
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    pump looks awesome on the tray! where'd you get the Radiator mounts? any plans as far as paint?

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    i dont think i can paint any more
    it can stay black!
    i have waited so long to get this project up and running and just keep getting delayed due to setbacks in hardware supply
    mainly watercooling

    EK have been lifesavers and managed to get everything to me really quick, shame the same cant be said for the german watercooling distributors who supply my workplace with watercooling HW

    i digress, the rad mounts are from watercooling UK here
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    Nice Work RJK I wait with baited breath what happens when your blocks turn up!

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    o.o first time seeing those rad mounts :/ anyone know if they're available in the states?

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    MUAH HA HA

    they are here!!!!






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    Nice Very Nice! I am going to have to get my blocks ordered!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjkoneill View Post
    cheers - just waiting on another one now!!!
    Damn, that rad is humongous you system will be ice cold
    Keep up the good work, looking good!
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    theres gonna be a 120.2 behind that helping it out!!!
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    Looks Sweet
    You have very similar idear to what I would like to do.
    Keep up the excellent work mate!

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    looks amazing man...take pics and upload them once you get more tubing done:P
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    Looks really nice, but why do you have the back 92mm as exhaust?
    Why not have them as intake and the top fans as exhaust as they are supposed to be?

    Btw, this looks alot like my current build, I'm going with a black & white theme to.
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    a lot of people seem to be doing black and white

    i have had this build planned in my head for ages - it was going to be originally based around a blackops/rampage x48 and a q9650
    but i got i7 instead

    my current biostar board is amazing, but nothing beats the rampage for support and quality [bar maybe a classified] but i didnt think i could justify the need for one after playing with one for ages at work

    i have literally put the fans like that to remove the air and to look good, its purely an aesthetic thing. chances are i will note down the performance and swap their configuration when the system is up and running

    its still early days yet, i have to do a few little jobs here and there as i have to minimise my downtime with no system. this means doing everything in stages as i make the transition between my current system and this one


    anyway - heres my cpu block sorted!

    i have removed the impingment plate as i tested it with and without and it made little difference - hopefully it will keep the flowrate up in this large loop
    the mounting plate was from EK direct and the block itself was from OcUK



    i think this is the best photo of the build log so far...

    i know its not amazing, but good for a photography n00b
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    here we go...

    the main part of my build is underway!

    managed to get the radiators in the bottom of the case and the main part of the computer on the tray
    i'll let the pictures do the talking...

    Block fittings using a new mounting technique inspired by the heatkiller blocks - much cleaner than the ek mounting hardware







    Radiator work and placement - had to make some last minute changes as it didnt quite work the way i planned















    and heres the motherboard tray coming together...









    and the back coming together - makes painting each pcie plate individually worthwhile

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