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Old July 12, 2009, 07:18 PM
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Well, That is freaking good looking Dazmode! What hardware is into that Rig?
That the one in a sigL GA Extreme/i920/2xGTX285/Corsair1000w/2x1Tb .... need nice monitor...
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Old July 12, 2009, 07:41 PM
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"I decided to stop wasting my time with this" LOL, I agree! Cable managment and sleeving is the devil!

Nice build, Dazmode... nice to see HWC members building solid, watercooled rigs.
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Old July 12, 2009, 08:55 PM
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The only thing your build is missing is a nice window to replace that one with DazMode engraved in it lighted by some LEDs!
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nice looking build.......
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Very nice Daz. Do you just grab parts from your store, or order everything on top of that?
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Nice Daz! You've inspired me to get moving on the pending update to my boreas 12 loop.
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... hold on.. i need to change my pants.. holy shit!! thats an awesome system... i love it.. 1.2K for WC is a shit load of cash.. im very impressed...
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sweet dude
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that is a wicked awesome system... man.. i wish i had the money to make a comp like that.. its so clean and good looking
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Old December 29, 2009, 01:11 AM
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Excellent work! I hope all of you future WC'ers aren't discouraged away from cooling your rigs tho... It doesn't have to cost over $1,000.

This is a bit of a pricey way to go. Let me give you an idea of what it could cost to water-cool this rig.


Ditch the motherboard blocks. Get a swiftech MCW30 ($30) or something for the north bridge, a couple MCW60 (2x$40) rev 2 or 3 for the GPUs get some clear hosing from a hardware store ($5) buy some sweet compression fittings used from here or OCN ($30). Get swiftech mcp655-b ($73). Use a t-line instead of a res. and get a double 120 rad (feser is $100 or swiftech is $55)

I wouldn't cheap out on the radiator so get a feser dual 240 and I would use distilled water from the grocery store ($2 for a 4L jug)

So all in all you can get awesome cooling for $218 dollars. I know you would have to add shipping costs to these but there are specials out there where shipping for all the blocks and rad should be under $20.
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