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    Hi guys. Nothing compared to the awesomeness that can be found in here but there ya go





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    the fluid is tfc's..imo the purple kinda jive with the black fitting i guess, was thinking of going either purple or orange...
    $$$ wise...hmmm dont have the faintest idea ... them tubes are Bitspower's sli/cf acrylic connectors actually, so almost no normal tubes here, so i guess practically 98% fittings....appreciate y'al comments,...wasnt too sure of posting here, blinded by the awesomeness of y'al rigs..

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    Quote Originally Posted by prava View Post
    Hi guys. Nothing compared to the awesomeness that can be found in here but there ya go
    bro how that block orientation working out fer'ya ? i always thought the "supreme" should be at the bottom ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezaleina View Post
    hi bro vlad.,finally ur rig can be seen here in XS..cheers...

    thanks bro...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad'sAPE View Post
    the fluid is tfc's..imo the purple kinda jive with the black fitting i guess, was thinking of going either purple or orange...
    $$$ wise...hmmm dont have the faintest idea ... them tubes are Bitspower's sli/cf acrylic connectors actually, so almost no normal tubes here, so i guess practically 98% fittings....appreciate y'al comments,...wasnt too sure of posting here, blinded by the awesomeness of y'al rigs..
    Well that explains alot lol. So basically you hard piped the whole loop. Well done
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    ...btw do anyone know from where i can get (in europe) a LGA1366 Bracket for my Zalman ZM-WB5 block?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad'sAPE View Post
    bro how that block orientation working out fer'ya ? i always thought the "supreme" should be at the bottom ...
    Not bad...I think. The cpu stays at below 60ºC while running Linx at 3.6ghz 1.51V with a dual rad, so I think its doing fine...
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    im sure bill gates has always wanted OLED Toilet Paper wipe his butt with steve jobs talking about ipad..
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    Love it, Please oh please make a build log, or tell me you already have one

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    heres my spaghetti factory:




    koolance 720 rad/res/twin pump on top, black ice 80.2 rad on the back, koolance cpu block, koolance 8800GTX block, danger den 8800GTX block.
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    Vlad'sAPE that's an AWESOME build!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad'sAPE View Post
    My humble plumbing rig...

    obsidian / i7920 / P6t7 / 59s x 2 / 1 x 480 tfc / 1 x 360 tfc / 1 x 240 sr1 / HK3 / EK's Vgas Block / MIPs Mobo Block / 1 x D59 / 2 x ddc 3.25 / 7 x triebwerks / 2 x NBs etc...

    still not complete yet...need some cable management ....
    Nice plumbing work

    Could you please take a picture of your rig from above? I was to see plumbing from the top so I could have an idea for my worklog

    I wish you had a worklog in XS
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    How is the flow with all the 90's?

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    the build is not quite finish ....will take more updated pict soonest once its complete..actually latest, had to swap the sr1 with 2 x 120 tfc's as the sr1 was sucking hot air from the 2nd 59..as for the flow rate, i got 2 koolance flow meter, one for each loop, wasnt too sure on the reading accuracy though, so mainly use it for monitoring and system benchmark. i'd hooked up the meters to the zalman's fan controller and the meter convert the readin from rmp to mLpm...right now, the 1st loop (cpu + D5 + quad rad) is showing around 37++mLpm, and the 2nd loop (mobo + vgas + ddc3.25 + ddc3.25 + 360rad + 120rad + 120rad) is showing around 37++mLpm when one pump off, and around 46++mLpm when 2 pumps are on. havent quite finish bleeding, so the readings might change a bit later on...for the 2nd loop, i only turn both pumps on when benching, and only one pump during normal gaming session..i also have 4 temp sensor that hookep up with the zalman's, 1 for each loop, 1 for inner case ammbience and 1 for the outside case...thats why i'm putting the zalman's iin the case literally, so easy mnitoring through the case window...

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    I built my computer and water cooled it. I just ordered the new Intel 980X EE CPU and a new board.










    EDIT: for the rest of the photos, see this thread
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    added a GTX 260 for physX , I´m thinking of watercooling it soon


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    Looks great man, what is the rear exhaust fan? I need something like that. Would you say the blades are bright white color or more grayish? I bought a Gelid Silent-12 (white blades) but not impressed with it's looks or build quality (plastic feels flimsy).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelt_Knight View Post
    I built my computer and water cooled it. I just ordered the new Intel 980X EE CPU and a new board.

    lots of pics...

    4 pics per post?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelt_Knight View Post
    I built my computer and water cooled it. I just ordered the new Intel 980X EE CPU and a new board.
    4 pics per post... Someone doesn't read the rules.

    Is it so hard to read the first post? I think not.
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    Vad, your plumbing rig looks awesome! With all those 90º and blocks, i was wondering how many pumps do you have Can we have more pics?

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    @prava can you give more pic. And tell the components of water cooling.
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    EDIT: Nice photos, supercopa, but please remember the case gallery is for completed systems only, and not multiple shots posted at different times of the same build. You may want to post these most recent shots in the Parts Gallery - or perhaps start a worklog to show all your photos. Thanks, shazza
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    Quote Originally Posted by supercopa View Post
    Pictures


    Awsome pictures dude. How you get your tubes so clear? Mine are all cloudy, not used or anything.

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    I discovered the hard way that my Thermochill PA120.3 doesn't use G1/4 threads when I put in my compression fittings.

    Also, I'm tempted to get a GPU block for my 5870.
    Though I'll probably get a new board first. This one isn't that great (M4A79XTD Evo)
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    Apokalipse: why not turn pump 90deg in horizontal plane so that it's pointing to cpu block? One 90deg fitting less ..
    Also switch rad inlet/outlet and put stright or 45deg rotary for 2nd tube of cpu wb to get rid of last 90deg. Though of course, there is no actual need in such low restriction loop with high flow pump for even more flow .. just my bad habbits to improve things to ideal

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