Level 10 GT - Water Cooling Build
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April 3, 2012, 11:36 PM
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Sault Ste Marie, Ontario
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Ugh, 2:30am.... I'm going to be toast tomorrow. This better be worth it.
I took the dremel to the bracket like Lowfat suggested in another thread. (Thanks again for the idea!)
Fits like a glove.
Now ladies and gents, it's leak testing time! Ya there were a few to deal with.
But easily solved by paying more attention to the fitment of the compression fittings on the different components. For example I HAD to use the barbs that came with the Enzotech block. I HAD to use a 45 degree fitting off the top of the GPU block because of the proximity of the PCB to the fitting.... etc.
All sorted out though and all looks good and dry.
First casualty so far in this project are my trusty wire strippers. I broke them cutting #8 machine screws to mount the bottom 120 rad. Gotta deal with that first thing in the AM. I have to install a 2-way radio into a water truck in the steel plant at 9am.
Time for bed!!
My System Specs
Main - Asus Crosshair V / HTPC - Asus M3A79-T Deluxe
Main - FX-8350 / HTPC - PII 1100T
Main - 8GB Corsair Vengence DDR3-1600 / HTPC - 8GB OCZ Reaper DDR2-1066
Main - 2x PowerColor HD7970 3GB CF / HTPC - PNY Enthusiast Edition GTX580
Main - Intel X25-M 80GB, 2 x WD 640GB Blacks / HTPC - WD 1.5TB Green, 2 x WD 250GB
Main - XFX Black Edition 1000W / HTPC - Silverstone DA750
Main - Thermaltake Level 10 GT / HTPC - Silverstone LC13-E
Main - Asus ROG Phoebus / HTPC - GTX580 via HDMI
Main - 3 x VisionQuest 22"er's for Eyefinity (5040x1050) / HTPC - 46" Philips LCD TV
Main - Win7 Ultimate x64 / HTPC - Win7 Professional x86
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