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    My little kandalf "sentinel" edition
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    ^^^fainted!!!!
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    yeah that is a nasty water setup.. love the color combo and the anti kinks set it off
    Main Rig
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    • Asus Maximus VI Extreme Motherboard
    • 32GB GSKILL Trident X 2400MHZ RAM
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    • Corsair TX850W v2 TX Power Supply 70A 12V Rail
    • Swiftech Apex Ultima w/ Apogee Drive II & Dual 120 RAD w/integrated res
    • 2X Seagate 333AS 1TB 7,200 32MB HD's in RAID 0
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    Your rig is just too smart, good-looking and colourful! Vey positive coloured tubes

    Intel Q9650 @500x9MHz/1,3V
    Asus Maximus II Formula @Performance Level=7
    OCZ OCZ2B1200LV4GK 4x2GB @1200MHz/5-5-5-15/1,8V
    OCZ SSD Vertex 3 120Gb
    Seagate RAID0 2x ST1000DM003
    XFX HD7970 3GB @1111MHz
    Thermaltake Xaser VI BWS
    Seasonic Platinum SS-1000XP
    M-Audio Audiophile 192
    LG W2486L
    Liquid Cooling System :
    ThermoChill PA120.3 + Coolgate 4x120
    Swiftech Apogee XT, Swiftech MCW-NBMAX Northbridge
    Watercool HeatKiller GPU-X3 79X0 Ni-Bl + HeatKiller GPU Backplate 79X0
    Laing 12V DDC-1Plus with XSPC Laing DDC Reservoir Top
    3x Scythe S-FLEX "F", 4x Scythe Gentle Typhoon "15", Scythe Kaze Master Ace 5,25''

    Apple MacBook Pro 17` Early 2011:
    CPU: Sandy Bridge Intel Core i7 2720QM
    RAM: Crucial 2x4GB DDR3 1333
    SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB SSD
    HDD: ADATA Nobility NH13 1GB White
    OS: Mac OS X Mavericks

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterFlex View Post
    Your rig is just too smart, good-looking and colourful! Vey positive coloured tubes
    THX man, I appreciate it, I'ts hard 4 me to get the watercooling equipment, because Im in indonesia, there's no store sell any part of equipment, it takes few months to complete the set up

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    Lancool K7 Metal Boned


    Hardware:
    -Lancool K7 Metal Boned.
    -Corsair HX620w
    -ASUS Maximus Formula SE
    -Q6600 G0 (lapped P12000)
    -2x2 Go Crucial Red Tracer PC6400 Cas4
    -Samsung F1 1To
    -MSI HD3870 OC

    Watercooling/Cooling:
    -Laing 18w+Top EK Acetal
    -Feser X-Changer 360
    -WB CPU EK Supreme+fix S775 (lapped P12000)
    -WB NB EK-NB S-MAX Acetal
    -WB SB EK-SB/NB ASUS4 Acetal
    -2 WB EK-Mosfet ASUS3a Plexi+backplate
    -WB Aquagratix
    -Thermalright IFX-10
    -Tubing Feser rouge 10/13
    -FeserONe black
    -AquaComputer Aquaero
    -6x SilentX Xtrema 120 IXP-74-14
    -1x Enermax Magma 120
    -1x Enermax 92mm
    -Full Koolance 10/13





    Enjoy
    RIG:
    -ASUS Maximus Formula I+Full EK WB/Q6600 G0@9x450+EK Supreme/4x2go G.Skill PI PC 6400/CF HD4850+XSPC Razor/WD Velociraptor 150Go/Samsung F1 1To.
    -CPU Loop: Laing D5/EK Top rev.2/TFC X-Changer 240+2xEnermax Magma/TFC X-Changer 360+6xSilentX
    -MOBO Loop: Laing 18W/Feser X-Changer 360+3xUltra Kaze 2000

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    Wow, incredible.
    You should put this in the build log section with details.
    Would love to see how you setup the aquero too.
    Asus P6T, I7-920, 6gb ocz xmp, 4890, Raid 0-1 Terabyte, full watercooled - Triple Loop 5 radiators

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie3dfx View Post
    Wow, incredible.
    You should put this in the build log section with details.
    Would love to see how you setup the aquero too.
    Thx
    I've done it in a french forum...
    Here is the link for the 1st post with a lot of pictures:
    http://www.nokytech.net/forum/showpo...23&postcount=1
    And here, the entire post where you can see some benches:
    http://www.nokytech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=113117
    What do you want to know about the Aquaero?
    RIG:
    -ASUS Maximus Formula I+Full EK WB/Q6600 G0@9x450+EK Supreme/4x2go G.Skill PI PC 6400/CF HD4850+XSPC Razor/WD Velociraptor 150Go/Samsung F1 1To.
    -CPU Loop: Laing D5/EK Top rev.2/TFC X-Changer 240+2xEnermax Magma/TFC X-Changer 360+6xSilentX
    -MOBO Loop: Laing 18W/Feser X-Changer 360+3xUltra Kaze 2000

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    Wicked graphicss... !!! congrats!!!!

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    Top Notch work Mr Rob!
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    Mmmm I have something to contribute!

    Specs: 1/2" fittings, DD CPU block (MTX? I forget the name), DD 8800GTX full block, BlackIce Extreme II, DD pump, DD fill port. CPU block = brass top, 8800gtx block = aluminum top.

    Your standard DD setup. I'm pleased with it... a couple changes will be made, and since I just hooked this up today the wiring is a little messy. Things to fix at a later date. The tolerances for the radiator were pretty close... about 5-6mm on each side of the 5.25" bay... see below. Also not pictured is the fill port on the top.

    When I clean it up and finish the last touches I'll add more.

    Dinosaurs are chortling.
    Lian Li PC1200B, Custom Water Cooling, Lamptron FC5 Fan Controller w/ 4x 120mmx38 Deltas
    i7 930 @ 3.8ghz, Rampage III Extreme, 12GB G.Skill PC2000, BFG 260GTXOC, PNY Quadro 380FX
    (1) HP LP2475w 24", (2) Dell 2007WFP 20", Corsair AX1200 1200w, 3Ware 9650SE Raid
    (2) 500gb Hybrid Seagate Raid 1, (2) 2TB WD Red NAS 64mb Raid 1, (5) 1TB Hitachi 32mb Raid 5

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    I was hoping to get some nicer pictures with a DSLR but it looks like this build won't be fully finished for a while (One of the ram modules needs RMA'ing, going to get a new 80mm and 40mm fan but right now P&P would cost more than the fans combined, ect )
    So in the mean time, here are a couple of P&S pictures

    First ever water cooling attempt and I think it went very well and I'm very pleased with it
    (Click for bigger version)









    And two more brief ones, the pump:



    And some of you might remember a DOH! thread, which was when I realised that I have my rad attached to the front side panel and my drain port attached to my back side panel which effectively means my water cooling loop is holding my side panels together which makes it a bit harder to get into the case
    However I found a solution and it works quite nicely (Shame it involves an extra 3-5ft of tubing but the restriction is negligible imo and necessary :P:

    Sub-Silentio: Stable 3.83Ghz:
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    | Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 2.83GHz ....... | Lian Li V2010 ........... | DDC3.2 w/ XSPC Top ... | Bios .. 1104 |
    | EVGA GeForce GTX 280 1024MB ........... | Zalman ZM1000-HP ........ | TFC 480 .............. | Vcpu . 1.36V |
    | Asus Striker II Extreme nForce 790i ... | Razer Lachesis .......... | Zalman ZM-F3 ......... | V nb . 1.50V |
    | Corsair XMS3 DHX DDR-1600 7-7-7-20 .... | Razer Lycosa ............ | D-Tek Fuzion V2 ...... | V sb . 1.50V |
    | WD 300GB Velociraptor ................. | Hyundai W240D-PVA 24" ... | EK-FC280 ............. | Vmem . 1.90V |
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    All suggestions welcome - Overclocking tips here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/Forums/...d.php?t=208522

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    Woohoo! Another LiLi V2010







    This has been dismantled though, and I'm currently planning on implementing a new loop + my GPU loop
    Project RAE
    Intel Q9550 @ 3.4GHZ | Foxconn Blackops X48 | 2x1GB Team Xtreem DDR3 1600mhz | Powercolor Radeon 4870 in Crossfire | 250GB Western Digital 16MB SATA |Corsair HX1000W Modular PSU

    Watercooling:
    Dtek Fuzion V1 with Quad-Core Insert
    Swiftech MCW30
    HWLabs GTX II 360
    Feser 1/2 ID 3/4 OD UV Blue
    Swiftech MCP655
    Alphacool 10" Reservoir

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    SilverStone TJ09 Build w/dual loop WC + powdercoating

    This is my first custom case.... my last PC being a dell.

    I went with Powdercoating (candy blue) over chrome on this TJ09 beauty.

    As a first timer I researched a lot. BUT my main motivation was to see if I could affordably build a case with the nice look of a Digital Storm case... without the $5000+ price tag. And sure I was able to. My total project cost was about $real low... I got a lot of nice deals and rebates to work with.

    Here are the Specs:
    - Silvertone TJ09 case
    - Zalman ZM-MFC1 Plus fan controller
    - Scythe fans (3) for radiator (1900 rpm)
    - Silverstone 2400 rpm fan for the internal case fan
    - Silverstone fan for the hard drive cooler insert
    - Koolance waterblocks for CPU and GPU water blocks
    - 2 x Swiftech micro reservoirs rev. 2.... one for CPU loop, one for GPU loop
    - 3 x Black Ice Pro radiators (2 used for GPU loop, 1 for the CPU loop) from Danger Den
    - 2 x Swiftech pumps
    - blue cold cathode kit light
    - Corsair Memory cooler
    - 1200W Coolmax PSU (on sale at newegg for $199-- good deal I thought)
    - 9 x black kink coils
    - 9800 GTX video cards... stripped nude w/Koolance water blocks used
    - Q6700 processor 2.66 GHZ... have it running at 3.33 GHZ
    - 4GB DDR3 OCZ ram platinum edition
    - bitspower + koolance fittings... used both compression and fatboy fittings
    - feserone liquid cooling non-conductive (blue)


    Performance Difference:
    Before:
    - CPU: 39-45 degrees Celsius @ 0% load @ 3.33 GHz
    - CPU: 46-60 degress Celsius @ 100% load @ 3.33 GHz
    - GPU: 56-60 degrees Celsius @ 0% load
    - GPU: 60-70 degress Celsius @ 100% load

    After:

    - CPU: 28-33 degrees Celsius @ 0% load @ 3.33 GHz
    - CPU: 33-40 degress Celsius @ 100% load @ 3.33 GHz
    - GPU: 32-36 degrees Celsius @ 0% load
    - GPU: 37-42 degress Celsius @ 100% load

    Thoughts: The water cooling of the CPU and GPU are amazing even with good overclocking.

    Other thoughts:

    - Make sure that if you powder coat (looks beautiful)... get your powder coater to apply thin layers... otherwise it will be difficult to put back to together. My powder coating was done well but too thick so I had to dremel here and there at joints to make sure screws fit. But it was my powder coater's first timedoing a PC case (normally does motorcycle parts only)... and cost me ONLY $75 for sandblasting + powder coating...he did a good job.

    - Install drain for liquid system... I did not for aesthetic reasons... but this is a pain in the buttongas if you wanna change your liquid, etc. if you dont have a drain. Actually I notice all water cooling systems have issues when you wanna drain them.... OR I am just a novice idiot.... OR I haven't seen a good one yet.

    Ok the case pics.......

    http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/4f1aeb1b94.jpg
    http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/c53490319b.jpg




    http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/d738289cf9.jpg

    Laugh/comment/etc. It was my first build.

    I am doing an Asus Rampage II Extreme x58 build next.... still haven't a clue about the case I am gonna use. Also I want a LCD in the bays. Gonna make a custom one like Coolermeister did on his Sound + Vision project. Color scheme gonna be black + red + ATI .... not Nvidia this time. Also red interior powdercoating. Gonna be a bombshell.

    Ok... but I gotta save up... this one knocked me back too many beans.

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    @ gotmilk

    Hey the build came out awesome dude. Congrats for it being your first. Let me ask you, what display is that in the front???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken Patty View Post
    @ gotmilk

    Hey the build came out awesome dude. Congrats for it being your first. Let me ask you, what display is that in the front???
    Thanks Chicken Patty,

    The front panel is an AlphaCool LCD... they are pretty cheap.. Also I programmed my own Alphacool lcd script file... I can give it to you to use if you would like.

    I like it... its cool... still would have liked to pony up for a 4" tft lcd.... next time I will.

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    my last edit




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    dug this beauty up from the image-shack, this was my first LC build from way back.

    e6600 @ 3.8ghz
    680i
    7950gx2
    Dominator 8500 @ 1231mhz (680i is BS ram clocker)
    PA120.1 - DD TDX - d5

    enjoy for legacies sake


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    my cubic water cooling rig

    this is my updated sys, msi eclipse, i7 920. wc:2 x 120.3, d5, gtz, mcw30, soon to add a ram wb(does it need? it seems ddr3 is not really hot comparing to ddr and 2.

    photo were taken by iphone not really good quality.
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    CPU- i5 2500k 4.6g 1.25v
    Mobo- MIVE
    Ram- samsung ddr3 1600 4 x 4G
    VGA- EVGA 690 hydro vapour
    PSU- Corsair HX850W

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    Nice setup man

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    Holy Flip Maximuss so many tubes and all yet most of it is still internal (except for the massive awesome looking rad :P) Very nice!
    Sub-Silentio: Stable 3.83Ghz:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    | Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 2.83GHz ....... | Lian Li V2010 ........... | DDC3.2 w/ XSPC Top ... | Bios .. 1104 |
    | EVGA GeForce GTX 280 1024MB ........... | Zalman ZM1000-HP ........ | TFC 480 .............. | Vcpu . 1.36V |
    | Asus Striker II Extreme nForce 790i ... | Razer Lachesis .......... | Zalman ZM-F3 ......... | V nb . 1.50V |
    | Corsair XMS3 DHX DDR-1600 7-7-7-20 .... | Razer Lycosa ............ | D-Tek Fuzion V2 ...... | V sb . 1.50V |
    | WD 300GB Velociraptor ................. | Hyundai W240D-PVA 24" ... | EK-FC280 ............. | Vmem . 1.90V |
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    All suggestions welcome - Overclocking tips here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/Forums/...d.php?t=208522

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    Just finished putting it together last night..

    ** just read no more than 4 photos unless you use thumbnails.. how do you change your images to thumbnails.. never used em before. thanks!









    http://westmichiganmoms.net/files/xs/wc/wc4.jpg
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    http://westmichiganmoms.net/files/xs/wc/wc6.jpg
    Core i7 920 @ 3.8ghz h20
    6gb Mushkin XP3-12800
    Asus P6T Deluxe
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    GTX 260 Physx h20
    PCPC 750w P75QB
    42" 1080p LCD
    Win 7 x64
    heat: doox00

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    doox00 Your setup...it's very very nice =)

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    Swiftech GTZ, Swifteck mcr60, MCR320, EK res. Inside a Cosmo S





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