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    Silverstone TJ11 v-edition

    Silverstone TJ11 v-edition

    Hi all, Just recieved the TJ11 and like to share my build.
    The build will be clean and black.

    Hardware:
    case: SilverStone TemJin TJ11
    Processor: Intel Core i7 920
    mainbord: ASUS Rampage III Extreme
    memorie: Corsair Dominator GT 6GB
    graffic card: ASUS ARES/2DIS/4GD5
    Harddisk: 2x Intel X25-M Postville 80GB
    3x Western Digital Caviar Black 640GB


    The first pictures with all hardware mounted:















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    And some more pictures:






































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    Did some cable work:








    Mounted the ssd,s and sleeved:


    Last edited by vin_tech; 02-06-2011 at 10:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vin_tech View Post
    case: SilverStone TemJin TJ11
    graffic card: ASUS ARES/2DIS/4GD5
    Some super expensive hardware present...
    So, is there anything you'd like to tell us about the case?
    And what WC components are you going to use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zalbard View Post
    Some super expensive hardware present...
    So, is there anything you'd like to tell us about the case?
    And what WC components are you going to use?

    What can i tell about the case?? see the pictures and you see..
    About the watercooling i looking arround what i will use.

    (sorry for my bad enlish)

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    Wow, first build log with this case in here. Very excited to see how it turns out. Did you make the SSD mounts or are they part of the case already?
    sigh

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    I have been tempted to buy that case but I cannot part with my TJ07 and I was expecting more from the 11. The MB mounting makes no sense to me.
    However, I look forward to your build and wish you success!
    Last edited by theseeker; 03-20-2011 at 05:32 AM.

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    I love that case. I'd get it, but like the TJ07, they're just out of my price range.
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    Not a bad looking stock case, Cant see to much potential for modification though for watercooling radiators.

    Be interesting to see what kinda Murdermod type logs pop up.

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    Thanks for posting this Vin

    I really like this case a lot

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    Great hardware and great pics, just waiting for the h2o

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    would love to see some pics!!!! All I see is the photobucket exceeded bandwidth messages. . . .
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    Eager to see how a TJ11 WC build looks, there's no shortage of space in them that's for sure.
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    That case is pretty amazing
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    Dear Vin Tech.

    Thank you so much for your detailed pictures on the SiverStone TJ11.

    The thing is that I'm waiting for the SiverStone TJ11 to show up here in Sweden so I can buy it.

    I ordered The ASUS ROG Rampage III Black Edition Motherboard that are planed to be installed in the SilverStone Temjin TJ11 (SST-TJ11B-W).

    Here's my computer as it is today (except for some more accessories), but there will be changes in time.

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    Looking great mate!
    But.. where are the new photo's hehe?!

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    Water cooling the Asus ares:











    560 and an 280 rad on the bottem:





    And some more build pictures:


















    When finished there come some final photo,s

    Sorry for my bad enlish.....
    Last edited by vin_tech; 04-11-2011 at 12:34 PM.

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    there are so many things about this build that I love. I'm not sure I could say them all in one post.

    maybe I'm a sucker for green, but I really like where this is headed.
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    So you're saying I could use my own pee as coolant?

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    Now I'm in love with sleeved tubing... in one or two of the pics, you can see the tubing kinda browned before the sleeve goes on. Such an improvement!
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    Amazing project.
    TJ11 is great for extended LC.
    Are you planning any mesh fan guard on the Asus Ares?

    MCP355 12V (Laing DDC 1T + ) will certainly be enough?
    What is the flow you expect to accomplish?

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    that is one extremely clean install

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottALot View Post
    Now I'm in love with sleeved tubing... in one or two of the pics, you can see the tubing kinda browned before the sleeve goes on. Such an improvement!
    Yes the tubing has getting brown, and it is new tubing running one week.

    MCP355 12V (Laing DDC 1T + ) will certainly be enough?
    What is the flow you expect to accomplish?[/QUOTE]

    No there are 2 koolance pomp,s 1 on the pictures and one in the koolance pomp bay(not a picture yet), The flow is extreme good.

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    Wow! Astonishing... May I ask which brand and model the ram-sinks are? And for the depth of your pockets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by amagriva View Post
    Wow! Astonishing... May I ask which brand and model the ram-sinks are? And for the depth of your pockets...
    They are koolance ram blocks http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...product_id=860
    Brillany project not normally a fan of green!

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