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    Quote Originally Posted by >!eNg_* View Post
    My V1000B อิอิ
    Hay. My friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koonkub View Post
    Hay. My friend.
    Please remove the picture links from your post.

    Four Simple Rules:

    1) No larger than 1280 x 1024 pixel (but 1024 x 768 pixel is preferred),
    2) The limit on the number of pictures is 4 per case (if you want to post more than 4 pictures, use thumbnails or post links without using the IMG tags),
    3) Do not quote images,
    4) Finished cases only, no worklogs.

    Optionally, it would be nice if you could list your water cooling components.
    Quote Originally Posted by SkItZo View Post
    Any worklog of the girl in your avatar?
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    Project Slumber Parties aka PSP Liquid Cooling Work Log

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    Not really a hole case, rather a small unit for my testrig. Build within an hour.

    Eheim Station 600, Alphacool Yellowstone "Classi, ROG Edition", Clearflex 13/10mm, old Nexos triple radiator.




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    O nice, hmm Litle Devil graphics card backplate? I been missing something?

    Still cleaning up my own build, water cooling tubes going around everywhere need get them hidden before posting pics.

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    DOOOD! nice build! that's awsome clean! i aprove!

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    Ok, I finally completed my build







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    and some new pictures from me

    more in Gallery








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    That is absolutely awesome Screamer!!! But how on earth do you get your tubes to not kink??
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    Screamer, VERY nice build and nice pics! I too want to know how you got those tight radius bends without kinking? What tubing did you use?

    Also looks like in your parts pics, that u used some Bitspower swivels, did you find that any of them leaked on you? I'm having some trouble with a batch of their 90's leaking at the swivel and after wetting down my board twice now am VERY leary of using them.

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    Screamer I'm speechless, what a killer build! How many radiators can the case really fit underneath with your PSU? Sure if you needed say an extra 240 it would fit right? Spent some time in your gallary, very impressive!

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    GPU = EVGA GeForce GTX 480 @ 880MHz|1760MHz|4200MHz @ 1.125v
    RAM = 8GB Dominator GT's
    SSD = Samsung 830 Series 256GB
    PSU = SeaSonic X-1250W
    SC = X-Fi Fatality Pro
    CASE = Case Labs STH10
    LCD = NEC MultiSync 1970GX 19"
    OS = Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit


    Watercooling System:
    CPU = EK Supremacy Nickel+Acetal
    GPU = EK FC-480 GTX Nickel+Acetal
    MB = EK-FB Asus M5E Nickel+Acetal
    RES = EK-RES X3 250
    PUMP = Dual Koolance PMP-450's w/ EK-D5 Dual Top CSQ
    RAD = Dual HWLabs SR-1 560's w/Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm Fans
    LIQUID = Distilled Water w/Petra's Pure Silver Killcoil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackstare View Post
    Ok, I finally completed my build

    Nice to see another modded CM around, here goes mine.








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    EK Supreme Full-Gold | XSPC RX240 + EX120 | MCP35x | 3x Koolance Blue Led @PWM | Tygon Black 1/2 | Bitspower Compression | @ FM CM690 I

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    Vantage Solo


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    EK Supreme Full-Gold | XSPC RX240 + EX120 | MCP35x | 3x Koolance Blue Led @PWM | Tygon Black 1/2 | Bitspower Compression | @ FM CM690 I

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    @Barr3l Rid3r

    How hot does your chipset run with these clocks and voltages?
    My guess is you should be able to melt lead on it, cause mine is pretty hot on a 790X with just a slow side fan blowing at it and far humbler clocks/voltages
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    Thanks Guys

    Mudgey, Johnmark
    I use Tygon 15,9/9,5mm. It's very flexible and can be really tight cambered. It's the best tube which I had.

    Regarding Bitspower swivels I had only one bad unit but it was the old version (cube)


    Systemlord
    I have two radiators: 480 in "basement" and 240 in 5,25" bays. At the bottom except 480 will fit another 240 radiator, but will be no place for HDD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Screamer View Post
    Thanks Guys

    Mudgey, Johnmark
    I use Tygon 15,9/9,5mm. It's very flexible and can be really tight cambered. It's the best tube which I had.

    Regarding Bitspower swivels I had only one bad unit but it was the old version (cube)


    Systemlord
    I have two radiators: 480 in "basement" and 240 in 5,25" bays. At the bottom except 480 will fit another 240 radiator, but will be no place for HDD.
    Sweet Screamer! That's how I want to do my TJ07, one 480 + one 240 in bottom single loop. Wish I could do two 480s and mount the power supply externally, but cables might not be long enough.

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    GPU = EVGA GeForce GTX 480 @ 880MHz|1760MHz|4200MHz @ 1.125v
    RAM = 8GB Dominator GT's
    SSD = Samsung 830 Series 256GB
    PSU = SeaSonic X-1250W
    SC = X-Fi Fatality Pro
    CASE = Case Labs STH10
    LCD = NEC MultiSync 1970GX 19"
    OS = Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit


    Watercooling System:
    CPU = EK Supremacy Nickel+Acetal
    GPU = EK FC-480 GTX Nickel+Acetal
    MB = EK-FB Asus M5E Nickel+Acetal
    RES = EK-RES X3 250
    PUMP = Dual Koolance PMP-450's w/ EK-D5 Dual Top CSQ
    RAD = Dual HWLabs SR-1 560's w/Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm Fans
    LIQUID = Distilled Water w/Petra's Pure Silver Killcoil

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    Time to show mine
    My hardware changes to fast and to much to keep a sig up to date. I just gave up on the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobruto View Post
    @Barr3l Rid3r

    How hot does your chipset run with these clocks and voltages?
    My guess is you should be able to melt lead on it, cause mine is pretty hot on a 790X with just a slow side fan blowing at it and far humbler clocks/voltages
    my chipset runs very cool always, it never goes more than 47C

    But My VRM is a bit Hot, it can reach 68C while runnig prime.
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    Almost finished, just a few more adjustments






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    2nd pic... is that a tiny bit of liquid in the block? May be a dumb question/observation, but why isn't it completely full/empty?
    Signatures make my posts look huge... but I'm not humble enough to completely remove my signature, so I kept this note explaining it.

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    What's up XS. Just added the second card to the loop with the same block as the above one. EK plexi+nickel





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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottALot View Post
    2nd pic... is that a tiny bit of liquid in the block? May be a dumb question/observation, but why isn't it completely full/empty?
    was testing, still in progress

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    Man, I love that black and white type color scheme 88EVGAFTW. Good build.

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    88EVGAFTW, on the pump, where does the pump out line go? I've been trying to figure out what to do with the same pump/res combo but with a HAF 932.
    Signatures make my posts look huge... but I'm not humble enough to completely remove my signature, so I kept this note explaining it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottALot View Post
    88EVGAFTW, on the pump, where does the pump out line go? I've been trying to figure out what to do with the same pump/res combo but with a HAF 932.
    Looking at the pics he posted, it goes back behind the HDD cage, up the back and then to the radiator.

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