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    Ghosts TJ07 Murdermod

    Hi guys, this going to be a quick worklog as its already finished.

    This build was basically me moving from my mountain mods horizon to the TJ07 and trying to get a cleaner look than of the horizon. Some photos can be found here of the horizon http://s24.photobucket.com/albums/c3.../Horizon%20i7/

    Hardware in the build:
    Intel I7 940 @ 4GHz
    Asus Rampage II Extreme
    Corsair Dominator 12GB
    ATI HD 4870x2
    Enermax Galaxy 1000W
    Creative Xfi Xtreme gamer
    Compro E900 TV card
    Vertex 120Gb SSD
    2x 500GB Samsung F1
    1x 1TB Samsung F1

    Water cooling:
    TFC 120.4 & 120.2
    2x Laing D5 with x-top
    Swiftech GTZ
    EK 4870x2 & RE2 Blocks
    XSPC black tubing

    Please excuse the poor photography, and bad camera.

    The victim already half stripped out


    Enermax Galaxy fully sleeved. That was a fun week… Also painted the fans and grills black to match. Why enermax use gold I will never know




    Extended and sleeved the front panel board


    Made a sata power connector to get the right length and connector locations.


    And a molex extension for the hidden fan controller.


    Of course all of this sleeving couldn't have been done without a few packages from Nils


    After running for nearly a year the copper blocks were looking a little dirty so they had a nice lemonade bath.


    This was in preparation for the nickel plating I had done. The 4870x2 block didn't come out that well with a few marks over it


    Lots of bitspower fittings for this build, there were a few tight bends to plumb compared to my last build.




    Went for xspc black tubing. Looks great and has quite a good bend radius but I didn't enjoy the bleeding.


    Got rid of my old 25mm thermochill 120.3 & 120.2 and replaced them with these


    Fitting these into the lower section was fun


    Scythe s-flex fans. Only 3 for the 120.4, not enough room for the last one.


    Two D5's with EK X-top


    Res and pump mounting


    Was looking forward to this package for a while, would like to thank Charles again the parts are brilliant quality The res instructions made me laugh






    After receiving the murdermod parts I did a quick build of the system to get the final cuts and wire lengths in place. Including getting the tubing holes ready, this was the cleanest way to get the two loops through the midplate.


    After that all the parts went off to the powdercoaters, who did a brilliant job on it.


    My blu-ray drive couldn't be powdercoated because of a sealed plastic part inside so they wet painted it to match for no extra




    I got all the io plates for the cards done at well, would have look really out of place








    Case all ready. Part of me wanted to keep it empty the murdermod parts really compliment the TJ07 perfectly.










    Time to start fitting all the parts in! First to fill up the lower section with the rads and PSU.


    I did buy some radiator stands to get the height right but due to the radiators being so close to the front curve they didn't sit right. I found a nice solution though, DVD cases, I taped two to the base and they are the perfect height.


    PSU squeezed in. There are a couple of non modular cables I don't need which will be strapped to the top off the radiators.


    Lower section done. Was dark by now so sorry for the photos


    Under the midsection plumbing




    I wanted the hard drives to blend in with the case so I put them in scythe blocks. This would also help with the mounting for the res's. Had to modify the murdermod res holders a little bit to get the positioning right sorry charles




    Next was to get the motherboard ready.






    I was really lucky with the spacing between the two mosfet blocks




    After this I pretty much stopped taking photos and put it all together…









    SSD Mounted out of the way




















    The hidden fan controller and power for the lighting.



    Ooops a balloon creeped into the photo - was my 21st recently.





    The lighting is controlled from in here. I didn't need the front ports and they added a lot of extra wires into the case.







    Where it sits now. About killed me carrying this upstairs to my room!


    Quick room shot


    More photos from the build with stuff I was testing and ones I left out can be found here http://s24.photobucket.com/albums/c3...7%20Murdermod/

    Thanks for looking in, comments welcome
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    TJ07 Murdermod
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    WOW! that is just beautiful!, i cant believe you went through all that work and then just sat the thing on your floor....
    Project: HeadShot
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    Corsair AX850W PSU
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    nice build, but you need a bigger desk so you can put your pc onto it, it's a shame to leave that case on the ground
    Duality: Q9550 - P5Q Deluxe - 8GB OCZ - HD5850 - 4,64TB WD - HX650 - X-fi - Aquaero 4 - Lian Li V1000b II Plus @Dual loops watercooling

    Loop 1 => DDC18w w/ EK X-top V2 - EK Supreme HF - EK FC5850 - PA120.3 - Multires 150
    Loop 2 => DDC18w w/ EK X-top V2 - PA120.1 - MIPS mosfet 1&2 - mips NB - Mips Ramfreezer 4 - MIPS SB - Multires 150

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaByBoI View Post
    WOW! that is just beautiful!, i cant believe you went through all that work and then just sat the thing on your floor....
    Quote Originally Posted by Oli4v View Post
    nice build, but you need a bigger desk so you can put your pc onto it, it's a shame to leave that case on the ground
    Thanks guys, yeah it is a shame to have it on the floor, it would definatly go straight though this desk I'm a little limited on space in here too
    Intel I7 940 @4Ghz - water cooled
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    HIS ATI HD 4870X2 - water cooled
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    Enermax Galaxy 1000W
    3x Samsung F1 500GB HDD
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    TJ07 Murdermod
    LG W3000H 30" Monitor
    Vista Home Premium x64

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    simple beautiful....i thought a while back that theres just too many tj07's out there and cant bring anything new to them but..i was wrong ..this looks very very good..congrats.

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    Outstanding build
    System #1:
    i7 975 for bench, W3540 @ 4,4 Ghz HT On, Asus P6X58 Premium, 3x2048 Corsair Dominator 2000CL7, Sapphire 5970 @ stock, Corsair HX1000, 1xOCZ Vertex2 120GB, 3x1TB WD Green
    Cooled by:
    Loop 1: Watercool HK rev 3.0, Laing Ultra 18W /w XSPC Res Top, Thermochill PA120.3 /w Phobya Fans @ 5V Pull
    Loop 2: EK 5970 Nickle, Laing Ultra 18W /w XSPC Res Top, Thermochill PA120.3 /w Phobya Fans @ 5V Pull
    Loop 3: EK Asus NB/SB, Mips Asus Mosfet 1 + 2, Laing Ultra 18W /w XSPC Res Top, Thermochill PA120.2 /w Phobya Fans @ 5V Pull

    4,6Ghz (21x220) 1,42Vcore with Single Stage (HT enabled)
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    Great job on it!!! You fit everything in so well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HazChem View Post
    Great job on it!!! You fit everything in so well!
    thats what she said....

    I know its childish... but i had to!
    Project: HeadShot
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    16GB Corsair Vengeance Low Profile Ram
    Crucial M4 128GB / Intel X25-M 160GB / WD 1TB Black
    Corsair AX850W PSU
    27" Apple Cinema Display (2560x1440)
    Corsair 600t White
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    Nice one!

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    far out, that is amazing

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    Slick case, as always.

    Was it just me or were your two loops built like this:
    1- Pump, Res, MOSFET, MOSFET, Res
    2- Pump, Res, CPU, GPU, Res

    I'd like to think I'm mistaken, but doesn't putting the CPU and GPU in a single loop, while putting the MOSFETs in their own loop defeat the real purpose of having dual loops?

    Or.. maybe I'm just wrong.

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    Great build.
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    nice build.... Any plans to make a window in the side panel?

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    love the build !!!

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    Watercooling: Laing DDC + plexi top and tank | CPU - HK 1366 rev 3.0 LT | GPU - EK Water Blocks EK FC5870 V2 - Acétal Nickel | MB - Foxconn's original | HDD - HK SilentStar HD-Single rev 2.0 | radiator - 3x120mm | tubing - High Flex 10/16mm | red PrimoChill ICE coolant


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    Thanks again everyone

    Quote Originally Posted by Antioch View Post
    Slick case, as always.

    Was it just me or were your two loops built like this:
    1- Pump, Res, MOSFET, MOSFET, Res
    2- Pump, Res, CPU, GPU, Res

    I'd like to think I'm mistaken, but doesn't putting the CPU and GPU in a single loop, while putting the MOSFETs in their own loop defeat the real purpose of having dual loops?

    Or.. maybe I'm just wrong.
    There's a nb/sb block too It works well this way the quad radiator can handle both the cpu and gpu under load. Probably could have got away with a single rad for the second loop. Adding another 3 blocks would have increased the restriction on the loop and added more heat for a single loop.
    1- Res, Pump, Rad, MOSFET, MOSFET, NB/SB, Res
    2- Res, Pump, Rad, CPU, GPU, Res
    My previous build had the cpu and gpu separate (gpu on dual rad) and the temps are actually better now. I think you are right if the radiator was smaller.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpm804 View Post
    nice build.... Any plans to make a window in the side panel?
    Nope didn't want a window on this one, I like just seeing the lit up top section. I don't bother screwing up the side panel though

    Quote Originally Posted by josk1 View Post
    love the build !!!

    ... and the soulfly poster
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    Awesome work Ghost!!

    Gave me some ideas for my Murdermod that will be beginning anytime here.


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    Nice job...

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    It's off, but i need to ask - how are you planing to drain your loops?

    It's awesome build, of course (:
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    Cheers, look forward to seeing your mm then turtletrax

    Quote Originally Posted by spoof View Post
    It's off, but i need to ask - how are you planing to drain your loops?

    It's awesome build, of course (:
    During the building of this I had to drain the loops twice 1st was a leaky bitspower fitting (dual rotary 90) and second was temps showed a bad contact with the southbridge.
    Its actually quite easy, disconnect the fittings from the pump and all the water drains out as its lower than the res and most of the blocks. Then I can seal off the lower section with stop fitting while I mess around with things.
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    Nice job there.
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    Dig how you used the black frosted MM floating res holders on those beautiful Himuros

    Great color scheme and great job all around!
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    Really loved this build, congratulations on keeping the high standadrd TJ07's are known by
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    Congratulations Ghost for an outstanding build, you have done well.

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