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Old December 30, 2009, 10:23 PM
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Thanks to p0pe over at RRT for making me this render.


This build might take some time, but most do, don't they? Anyways, this is my "Total Ecplise" build. Because of the color scheme, I only see the name "ecplise" appropriate because of the exreme yet elagent color saturation. See here:


Hey HWC, here comes another build log. One that I intend on finishing, there is nothing stopping this one, and it will be good. This one though, it will take some time. However, because a lot more time is going into this, my attention to detail is going to be much greater. It will be real OCD. Once it starts, the style make look "cliche" or "old", but it is going to be fresh
  • Case: SilverStone Temjin TJ07-B (No Window, adding my own)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 860
  • Motherboard: EVGA P55 FTW
  • RAM: Corsiar Dominator (4GB)
  • Video Card: XFX Radeon HD5870 XXX Edition
  • PSU: SilverStone Strider Pro 850W Modular (fully sleeved)
  • CD/DVD Drive: Samsung SATA OEM (BEBE)
  • HDD(s), SSD(s): Western Digital Black Caviar 640GB, and two (2) OCZ
  • Fill Port: Danger Den Anodized Black
  • Resivoir: EK Multioption 250 w/ BitsPower Anti-Cyclone
  • Pump: Laing DDC 3.2 w/ XSPC Resivoir Top (What, two resivoirs? This is because this top provides better results in pressure and flow than just the normal XSPC and EK Tops)
  • Radiator: HWL SR1 360, SR1-240
  • CPU Block: HeatKiller 3.0 LT
  • Video Card Cooling: EK 5870 Nickel Plater
  • Tubing: PrimoFlex tubing 7/16 (white)
  • Fittings: Teb(10) BitsPower Straight fittings, Two(2) BitsPower True Silver Compressions, One(1) BitsPower Black Matte 45* Rotaries, Two(2) BitsPower 45* Rotaries, Two(2) 90* Rotaries with barbs
  • Fans: Six(3) 120mm 2000RPM [Classified], Two(2) 92mm 1500RPM [Classified]

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Old December 30, 2009, 10:47 PM
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Things to Still Buy
  • Some rotaries
  • Parts from Charles and his new German supplier (not Nils)

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  1. Install the EK 5870
  2. Dissasemble the case for the millionth-and-first time; to install rads. PSU, and replace the screws.
  3. Drill out holes for the Hammond Boxes
  4. Install the Hammond Boxes
  5. Install the SR1-240, SR1-360, and PSU

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Almost done reserving space.
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There, all five spots!
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Old January 21, 2010, 07:30 PM
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Got some stuff in the mail today, to bad it wasnt the PSU... Decided to sleeve my fans and put them back into the package to keep em' clean! Just need to wait now for the rest. Here are some teasers for now

Hm... Remember this picture:



I think I might be on to something? A theme maybe?









That it for now. The fans will be unvieled later on, along with some other goodies. take care for know 'nucks.

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Old January 21, 2010, 07:36 PM
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I will be following this and may even start my own for the Lian Li build....seeing as I have two of them now.
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ooooh I've got a good feeling about this one, subscribed!
good luck with this one man, can't wait
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Old January 22, 2010, 07:12 PM
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Are you using paracord?
I have no idea what it is. My friend had some lying around that he wasn't using and I thought it would work perfectly. I only plan on using it on the fans as I don't have very much.
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