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Old June 15, 2010, 09:21 PM
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Over a month with no update This thing is still in the works and am still waiting on Charles and his German Manufacturer on a few parts... Which I ordered back in January I basically did everything that I could at this point, and this product is required to actually finish the build

Anyways, like I said, not to much can go on. I did manage to remove the yucky SilverStone logo and all that white paint they put on the front of the case. Took some cleaning ingrediants, and literally had it all wipped off in under a minute. No residue, and no damage




This little bugger needs to be RMAed, and then I will remove "LAMPTRON FC5" from it aswell. I dont need brand label names on my stuff


You can see that the top tube is not connected anywhere. That is because I am awaiting for another product before I can fully plumb the bottom area. You can also see my T-Block which is used for draining. It tucks away nicely right around the corner of the other rad


Here you can kind of see where the tube is going. It is indeed going into the other radiator.
Thats right, I have it going Pump>SR-1 360>Feser 240>CPU>GPU>Res>Repeat.


Yeah... that is all.
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Old June 16, 2010, 05:47 AM
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Looking pretty awesome IMO! Keep it up, you're doing a pretty nice job :)

PS: That "Coke" room is indeed scary...Lol
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Old June 16, 2010, 07:13 AM
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Looking veeery solid thus far, sir. It's always cool seeing someone pour so much into a mod

Keep us posted.
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Old June 16, 2010, 08:30 AM
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Thanks for the comments guys. I really wish I could get the last of my parts so I could get this sucker done...
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Nice colour theme! I like it
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Wow that looks awesome. Hey Amuse, using those many 45 degree angle barbs (I think) doesn't it reduce flow, I could be wrong, just never seen anyone have that many attached to each other.

The damn white tubes look sexay :p.. What fans are those, the blades have a texture almost like golf balls, looks sleek really. Have you tested them yet, the noise level and cfm through the rad?

All looks really nice so far.. :)
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Hey Amuse, using those many 45 degree angle barbs (I think) doesn't it reduce flow, I could be wrong, just never seen anyone have that many attached to each other.
Pretty sure he said that was just for leak testing
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Old June 16, 2010, 09:53 PM
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Nice colour theme! I like it
I love the black and white builds. I've been planning on doing one for ever. Not even kiding. They picked up a lot since I planned this build. I appretiate your comment - thank you

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Wow that looks awesome. Hey Amuse, using those many 45 degree angle barbs (I think) doesn't it reduce flow, I could be wrong, just never seen anyone have that many attached to each other.

The damn white tubes look sexay :p.. What fans are those, the blades have a texture almost like golf balls, looks sleek really. Have you tested them yet, the noise level and cfm through the rad?

All looks really nice so far.. :)
The fans do indeed have a golf ball texture They are original 2000RPM Sharkoon Silent Eagles. I have six of the 120mm ones in the bottom there, two 1000RPM ones for the HDD/ SDD mount, and two 1500RPM 92mm ones on the rear of the case. Very expensive for a fan...

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Pretty sure he said that was just for leak testing
Yup, that whole unit was just the pump and fittings to leak test my roataries and angles to make sure there was no leaks from any inner O-rings I have two 90s in this build and use snakes or two 45's in tandem to create 90-degree bends. That way, there is no restriction as two 45s make a nice gentel curve
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The fans do indeed have a golf ball texture They are original 2000RPM Sharkoon Silent Eagles. I have six of the 120mm ones in the bottom there, two 1000RPM ones for the HDD/ SDD mount, and two 1500RPM 92mm ones on the rear of the case. Very expensive for a fan...
Oh really, how much how much :p
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Yup, that whole unit was just the pump and fittings to leak test my roataries and angles to make sure there was no leaks from any inner O-rings I have two 90s in this build and use snakes or two 45's in tandem to create 90-degree bends. That way, there is no restriction as two 45s make a nice gentel curve
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Pretty sure he said that was just for leak testing
Thanks Professor, I missed the comment.. sorriee.. unique of testing those fittings Amuse, well see I picked up something from you too.. :D
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Im sure that way of testing rotaries and snakes has been done, but I havn't seen people do it before - it's a nice little trick.
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