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    ASUS ROG-TJ11 Diablo III Edtion.

    Silverstone TJ11 Diablo III Edition.




    First i show the old case that i will move all hardware to TJ11.( Pics take by HTC phone)



    LIAN LI V1000
    ASUS RAMPAGE II Extreme with EK motherboard block.
    ASUS GTX580 Di CU II with custom block by me
    One D5 pump
    Thermaltake 1200W PSU.
    SSD Crucial C300
    Dominator 12GB With EK block.
    .....

    Now TJ11 brand new.



















    This case i use two Watercooling loops.

    2 Black Ice GTX 280 Radiator.
    I made a chassic to hold 2 RAD. and i call that is unit One. Unit One can easy install and uninstall. Easy take out.













    Tow D5 and RP 450 from Koolance.



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    All fittings is Bitspower 90 Rotary Adapter and SLi Connectors.









    Other work.



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    Just tell about my troble with EK VGA BLOCK. Because this case use 2 ASUS GTX 580 Di CU II. So i oder two block.




    This is what i say. They don't make 2 hole back. So how to SLI connect?:duh::wallbash:





    Back only 10mm so i can't drill 2 hole.



    Not only difficult SLI connect but also difficult for who want set up water loop CPU---------->Chipset Block---------->VGA. Or possible when you accept look very bad.

    .:duh:

    But finaly i found way to connect 2 Block together.
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    Back to my work.
    I relace EK RAM waterblock top with new IN and OUT




    The ruler from Bit-tech. Won MOTM( July ).



    I continue use Interconnect plate on this case. And use hard tube.
    Measurement





    The Plate to connect PUMP, RADIATOR and VGA.



    This is all i mean.



    The Reservoirs

    I custom this Reservoirs. Acrylic and Super Glue( CHCL3 with Arcylic you never worry about leak)

    You see it not transparent because i use planers
    Reservoirs is many layer. Connect from 2 PUMP to 2 loop. Sorry my English so i can't explain more..









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    Update!
    Reservoir cover









    RED Led test.



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    Update my work.





    This is my ways to solve SLI Connect EK CU II Block. 2 90 rotary per card:wallbash:.

















    Add Red line.





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    Upgrade 12G RAM 4Gx3.





    Sleeving cable.











    Hard tube.





    Next is test leak and light.





    Front of case i design Diablo face. pattern use Acrylic







    But i feel inappropriate. so i replace this. You will see effect when finish.

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    Because i have no time to take all photo of phase worklogs. So i show when finished. Sorry about that. And sorry for my bad English so not much explaination.

    This case i use Interconnect Plate agian





    Light up.






























































    Me and TJ11. Now ship to my customer.



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    All the way from Viet Nam

    Very nice job.
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    Cooling: Koolance 380i CPU block | Swiftech Hydro Copper GPU block | EK X3 150 Reservoir | EK X-TOP D5 PWM drive | PrimoChill PrimoFlex PRO LRT Bloodshed red | Alphacool NexXxos 240mm XT45 | Alphacool NexXxos 280mm UT60 | Bitspower Fittings | 4x Bitfenix Spectre Pro 120mm | 2x Bitfenix Spectre Pro 140mm | Lamptron FC-5V2
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    Great job
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    Superb acrylic skills... nice concept and nicely done
    The best part is the custom plate that moves the water all around the case!

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    Awesome job man..........looks great.....btw anyone told you that you look a lot like the younger jet li, :p
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    Holy mother of god, that is one awesome case mod...well done my friend.

    Your interconnect plates are made of pure awesomeness....

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    Holy mother of god, that is one awesome case mod...well done my friend.

    Your interconnect plates are made of pure awesomeness....

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    That is possibly one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.

    EDIT: That's like $250 in fittings alone... So beautiful.
    Last edited by The Jesus; 01-12-2012 at 04:34 AM.
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    I am afraid to ask how much money and hours went into this! Great job; you're like the king of ROG mods!

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    Dude, your ultimate creativity is amazing! Have no words...
    Someone didn't take their happy pills today!

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    Beautiful! I think the workaround for the SLI plugs is actually quite handsome.

    The only thing that occurs to me--and it wouldn't look good on this build, but perhaps on another Diablo-themed one--would be to have two reservoirs, one blue and one red to match the traditional Diablo health/mana reservoirs in the UI: http://merlanfrit.files.wordpress.co...05/diablo1.jpg

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    build of the year

    if the fluid doesnt gunk, the owner just needs to "dedust"


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    That interconnect plate is pure brilliance!

    Amazing build!

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    I don't like red! But on this case and the way you did it!
    I just love your Diablo case! It just looks beautiful!
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    Very slick, I love the clean and straight lines on this build. Amazing acrylic work.

    This system I would expect to see on display at the next BlizzCon!
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    Outstanding work

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    Trying to come up with ways to improve it... but I'm drawing a blank. The only thing I could think of would require Bitspower to change the color of their logo!

    Flawless work there, I'd be devastated if this didn't make it to MDPC.
    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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