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    Lamagra TJ07

    Hello guys,

    Im new here as you can see
    Im gonna make my second build in a few years.
    This time with a TJ07 called "Lamagra"
    It's a long project running because slowly building it up, so be patience.
    I've already start this build on the highflow forum in The Netherlands.



    Hardware list:

    * i7 965 XE (ES)
    * ASUS Rampage III Extreme
    * 6GB Corsair Dominator GT 1866Mhz CL7
    * EVGA GTX275 FTW in SLI + Backplates
    * 2x OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD
    * Enermax Revolution 85+ 1250W
    * Silverstone TJ07B Custom (Inverted Vertical)

    Watercooling list:

    * Watercool HeatKiller Rev. 3.0 Nickel/Black
    * Koolance PMP-400 + Phobya Top Silver Nickel + HTS-PMP400
    * Koolance VID-NX275 Blocks
    * XSPC RX480 Radiator + Stand + GT 1850RPM
    * XSPC RX240 Radiator + Stand + GT 1850RPM
    * Koolance or Bitspower chipset block
    * IandH Stealth Reservoir 225mm
    * Primochill 5/8 - 7/16 Red/Clear (also maybe black)
    * Bitspower fittings

    Mods:

    * Leds for power/reset replacement blue -> red Done!
    * Custom Backplate/Faceplate/Midplate Done!
    * Black coating inside.
    * Window placement. Done!

    PS: not all the parts are called in the lists.

    Here a custom pic for the faceplate with GX Typhoon LCD



    So here are the photo's
    With some description if needed..

    The window that I made with the dremel, looks good what I did so far







    GTX275's got some blocks on it





    Also with EVGA backplate



    Some radiators from XSPC





    The HK3.0 Nickel



    The beautiful Enermax Revo 85+ 1250W



    To this..







    Thanks for the help Vincent

    IandH Reservoir 225ML



    The Pump + Phobya Top + Koolance Heatsink
    I must tell this is heavy weight haha
    And btw.. You see there are stubbs but will be replaced to compression fittings.







    Just make a few photo's how it's looks in the case..







    The window is already set but it's not a update worth..

    Hope you like it
    Last edited by Traxtorm; 04-14-2011 at 11:09 AM.

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    I like phobya pump top.

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    Thanks, that you like it

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    How do you like the Koolance DDC heatsink, it looks great.

    Good luck with your project.

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    Btw out of curiosity how much was that whole pump set? I mean, pump + top + radiator + bp fittings, that seems like ridiculously expensive combo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueAqua View Post
    How do you like the Koolance DDC heatsink, it looks great.

    Good luck with your project.
    Thanks man!
    The Koolance heatsink looks nice to me. It's very heavy to!
    Only it's black nickel..
    Maybe a new bath of nickel if that's possible

    Quote Originally Posted by aerial View Post
    Btw out of curiosity how much was that whole pump set? I mean, pump + top + radiator + bp fittings, that seems like ridiculously expensive combo
    Pheww.. pump + top + heatsink (Count to) + rads
    Fittings (Some fittings I've already had from my previous build), I lost count on the fittings.. I changed my mind to get some other one's Compression 5/8 - 7/16 Matt Black & Silver Shiny.

    Well, almost 300 Euro's without fittings..

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    This Laing is so pretty with this Phobya top Waiting for another update.
    CPU: Intel C2D E8500 (4000Mhz@1.17V) / Intel PDC E5200 (4000Mhz@1.4V)
    MOBO: Asus Rampage Formula X48 / Asus P5K-E WIFI-AP
    MEM: 2x2GB Apogee GT 5-5-5-15 (1000Mhz@1,9V) / 2x2GB Apogee GT 5-5-5-15 (980Mhz@1,9V)
    GPU: ASUS GTX285 Ultimate Edition 1024MB / Asus 8800GTS 512MB
    HDD: Intel X-25-V 40Gb + Samsung F4 2TB / 2xSamsung F1 640GB
    PSU: Be Quiet Dark Power P7 550W / Corsarir HX520
    LCD: Dell U2410 / Dell 2209WA

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    Sub'd because of my love for TJ07s

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    Little teaser!
    Also new SLI bridges
    Don't look at the tubing..






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    Well.. nobody know what the idea was?
    Here is the proof!
    It's fit nice only a few more mods and it will be perfect!





    First Vertical mod in the world in a TJ07?!

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    This i have to see

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    Very interesting. Nice hardware and an original tj07 idea. Looking forward to seeing the progress on this project. Good luck
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    Thanks for the comments!

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    Hello again,

    This time a big update!
    Vertical TJ07 mod is done!
    Pic's with board and cards for test!









    Oh yeah.. Classified number 2 is dead..
    So changed to a REXIII (Thanks Father!)
    About the chipset block Im thinking about which one
    Also 2 Vertex 2 60GB SSD's..
    And some others parts changed in time..

    And big thanks for Vincent who's helping me with the casemod!

    Thanks for viewing my log
    Last edited by Traxtorm; 04-11-2011 at 12:00 PM.

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    How do you plan to conceal the cables etc coming out of the top of the case?

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    Im just leaving the cables what it is now
    With a roof looks the case ugly for now, maybe in the future..
    If I sit in my chair I don't watch on the top of the case
    Some tie-wraps for the cables are ok.
    For now Im happy with the vertical mod on the case!

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    Nice done mate, i like to see this build soon :P

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    Your dad is freakin' amazing.
    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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    Thanks!
    Yeah he loved to see this build coming up from the ground
    Well the case parts will be coated and finished on next week monday or tuesday.
    I ordered a Bitspower waterblock for this beauty, also a Samsung F3 1TB and a led strip arrived!
    oh btw... other sleeving is on it's way
    Gonna replace the grey ones to black and red ones to dragonblood sleeve.

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    Well.. another update
    The PSU blows up after a big leak..
    Not much to talk, photo's do the answer








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    nice update, this will be a good build! I'm also wondering how will you hide the cables from the top?

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    wooow good work
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    Intel core i7 980x
    6GB mushkim
    ASUS Rampage 3 Extreme
    EVGA GTX 580 SLi
    LG L246WP Widescreen
    Auzen X-Fi HomeTheater HD
    Corsair HX1000w
    WD Velociraptor 600GB Raid 0 l WD 1TB Black l Intel X25-M 80GB G2
    Silverstone TJ07
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    OCGuate!

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    A small upgrade



    Further there will be a few changes to the loop
    Oh yeah.. there's a i7 980XE in now
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    Hardly a teaser haha. I think I speak for all of us when I say "I know what that is"

    That freak of a GPU takes as many power pins as a motherboard!
    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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