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    me haz one too



    sorry for the bad pic but its from my old HD2 :p

    Another one with a bit more dust on it



    another one




    i'm waiting for some watercooling parts to refresh my WC setup and i ll post again

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    this is probably a stupid question but i'm assembling my bench right now and i can't figure out what one of the parts are... it's like a flex fan mount, but not flexable nor is it in the manual



    is this a fan mount?

    EDIT: very nice looking test table! really like black
    mine


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    this is the flexfan v2, you can place the washer in the upper part of the fan mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimas View Post
    this is the flexfan v2, you can place the washer in the upper part of the fan mount.
    aah i see... i thought it wasn't flexible since i wasn't aware how rigid it was.. it does flex! lol

    thanks!

    by the way... i love your bench tables dimas! beautiful work

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    Finally finished my build a few days ago and managed to get a couple of pics. PC specs below. I could not be happier with the Dimastech Easy Dual v2.5. Super simple to work on and lots of options to accomodate watercooling equipment

    There was absolutely no way I was going to be able to shoehorn the fans and radiators inside the case. Early on I decided I was mounting everything on the outside of the case, and I believe it turned out great aesthetically and functionally. I love having the Swiftech MCP35X pumps built-in to the radiators because it simplified the installation a great deal.

    Currently playing Battlefield 3 at 2560x1600 on Ultra settings and this thing doesn't even break a sweat. All 6 radiator fans and the 2 Swiftech MCP35X pumps are on PWM control, which makes for an incredibly quiet machine.

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    Case: Dimastech Easy Dual v2.5 (black)
    PSU: Silverstone Strider 1500w
    Mobo: ASUS Maximus IV Extreme
    CPU: Intel 2600K (currently at a quick and dirty 4.8GHz overclock, still need to tweak things and see how much higher it can go)
    RAM: Corsair Dominator GT (2x4GB) DDR3 2000
    SSD: Intel 510 250GB
    GPU1: GTX580 3GB w/ EK Backplate
    GPU2: GTX580 3GB w/ EK Backplate
    GPU3: GTX580 3GB w/ EK Backplate
    Monitor: Dell 3008WFP
    Cable Extensions: BitFenix Alchemy cables (red)

    Watercooling Loop
    CPU Block: EK Supreme HF Rev. 2 - Acetal
    GPU Blocks: 3x EK-FC580 Acetal (connected via EK-FC Bridge Triple Parallel)
    Radiators/Pumps: 2x Swiftech MCR320 Drive Rev. 2 Radiators with built in MCP35X PWM Pumps
    Reservoir: EK-MultiOption RES X2 - 250 Advanced
    Fans: 6x Scythe Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm
    Tubing: Primochill LRT 3/8" ID--5/8" OD
    Fittings: Bitspower Carbon Black Fittings (ordered these direct from Bitspower in Taiwan...was a HUGE PAIN getting them to reply to order request emails)
    Coolant: Distilled Water + PT_Nuke PHN + Feser Base Corrosion Blocker



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    Dimastech Easy Dual v2.5 (black)-----Silverstone Strider 1500w-----ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-----Intel 2600K-----Corsair Dominator GT (4x4GB) DDR3 2000-----2x Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD's-----2x GTX Titan 6GB SLI-----Dell 3008WFP

    Watercooling Loop: EK Supreme HF Rev. 2 - Acetal-----2x EK-Titan Acetal connected via EK-FC Terminal Dual Parallel-----2x Swiftech MCR320 Drive Radiators w/ built-in MCP35X Pumps-----EK-MultiOption RES X2 - 250 Advanced-----6x Scythe GT 1850rpm Fans-----Primochill LRT 3/8" ID - 5/8" OD (Red)-----Bitspower Carbon Black Fittings-----Distilled Water + PT_Nuke PHN + Feser Base Corrosion Blocker

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    Got mine on Friday. (Australia, Perth)




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    Quote Originally Posted by DrEvil View Post
    Got mine on Friday. (Australia, Perth)



    nice to see some good pics from Australia, and you've been fast on istallation ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    Looks good !
    Hehe thanks! I would have to admit your DimasTech bench was definitely some inspiration!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dimas View Post
    nice to see some good pics from Australia, and you've been fast on istallation ...
    Haha thanks. Was a little anxious and ended up finishing the build earlier then expected. This bench was a breeze to assemble and was actually enjoyable. Will definitely recommend and possibly order more products from DimasTech

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    They look like nice benches that's for sure I only just bought a DD Torture Rack (EATX version) and loving it

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    Edit: Updated pics to the latest.
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    Mine

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    Gonna get it powdercoated when i upgrade system......thinking maybe pastel orange. Also waiting on Corsairs sleeved cables. I have sleeved extensions but theres not much room inside for psu cables let alone psu cable+extension cables.

    Current set up is: MSI P55-GD80 - i5 760 @4ghz - Asus DCII GTX580 - Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz C8 - GTX360 - EX360 - AP15's - EK Blocks Nickel/Acetal - 2x D5's in Koolance RP-452X2.

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    Mine on the way

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    still under construction. water+sleeved cables are the next tasks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noob.com View Post




    still under construction. water+sleeved cables are the next tasks

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    A few years late but finally no more stack of mobo boxes. Lol

    Been hittin' the start button million times with mobo on top of box which made the board kinda bend out. When the button started to give up this bench table make the mobo's spine straight like an arrow




    Awesome work Dimas
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    TAh2o.JPG

    this is the latest version. Dumo, I'll loan you mine if you want to mount a bigger rad.
    The ac unit is staying here though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trans am View Post
    TAh2o.JPG

    this is the latest version. Dumo, I'll loan you mine if you want to mount a bigger rad.
    The ac unit is staying here though.
    Is that the new Super-Mini "Stealth" version I've been hearing about?
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    Awesome Pics Guys. I must upload pics from my Dimastech Benchtable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    A few years late but finally no more stack of mobo boxes. Lol

    Been hittin' the start button million times with mobo on top of box which made the board kinda bend out. When the button started to give up this bench table make the mobo's spine straight like an arrow

    Awesome work Dimas
    Nice bench table Dumo! I know you have more Intel stickers than that, you should be able to wallpaper your house by now

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