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Old July 16, 2010, 03:33 PM
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Very nice build so far.. The pictures are great.
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Old July 16, 2010, 03:44 PM
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Thanks man! It's getting difficult now. The case is smal and so beautiful you don't dare to touch it. :P
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Old July 16, 2010, 03:55 PM
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Amazing pics. It would seem that having dual 240 rads in there is possible too if the power supply is mounted in front of the mobo next to the back end of the video card and with a second 240 lying on top. Is there any chance you can show how much clearance you have in the gap between the mobo and side panel where you mounted the rad?
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Old July 16, 2010, 03:59 PM
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I can do that, I've mounted the rad directly at the sidepanel. I had to move the PSU 1cm to be able to fit the radiator next to it. I'm probably going to mount the PSU in the bottom of the case to. Infront of the MB somewhere. I give you some detailed pictures tomorow. It's 00.00 here right now.
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Old July 17, 2010, 03:27 PM
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Those previous pictures weren't that good. So here's some more.











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Some sleeving you got there Hannes, first time I've someone sleeving like that, and it looks awesome.

The whole thing looks darn sweet!.. Great build.. and Photography off course :)
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Old July 18, 2010, 02:39 AM
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Some sleeving you got there Hannes, first time I've someone sleeving like that, and it looks awesome.

The whole thing looks darn sweet!.. Great build.. and Photography off course :)
Thanks man! I'm trying to be innovative, it's needed in this times when about everyone sleeve their cables. Appreciate that you like it and understand my work! Either you love it or hate it and I'm glad you're on the "good" side.
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nice build!
Water has so many advantages, too bad it more complicated and expensive compare to air...
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Old July 20, 2010, 02:44 AM
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nice build!
Water has so many advantages, too bad it more complicated and expensive compare to air...
Water is Awesome! But next project is probably gonna be aircooled.
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Old July 30, 2010, 02:44 PM
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Bitspower products, sponsored by Coolingstuff

2x 45* adapter
3x 90* adapter
6x stop adapter






Fans sponsored by enermax












The reason of the dissmantle were to be able to have the "enermax" logo in the same direction as the "EkWb" logo. You can also see very well how much space a rad and fans take in this case.




EkWb watercooling components sponsored by.. wait for it ..EkWb!

CPU : EK Supreme HF
Pump : EK-DCP 4.0
RES : EK Multioption 250 RES
RAD : EK-CoolStream-RAD XT 240 | EK-CoolStream-RAD XT 120
Fittings : 14x EK-PSC Fitting 12mm - G1/4 Black
GPU : 5870 fullcover block + backplate
+ Feser one Coolingfluid sponsored by Coolingstuff.se






Be-Quiet SFX 350w PSU sponsored by Misco.se




Beginning to mount some hardware in the Fractal-Design Array (rev 2) Sponsored by no-one else but the eminent Fractal-Design

LC loop


The psu test mounted and with some experimental cablemanagement. I'm going to hide the cables alot more, that's my conclusion.






..And would you like a pen? :P




What's left to do?

# Plexiadapter for 3x2.5" SSDs/HDDs in the front
# Mounting and placing of the PSU
# Mounting and placing of eight white leds
# Pump switch, between EK 4.0 -> EK 2.2
# Reservoar switch between EK Multioption 250 -> EK multioption 250
# Plexi roof/top
# Cablemanagement
# Sleeve Leds, fans och pump
# Fill the LC loop with orange water
# New feets
# Switch radiatorgrill
# etc etc..
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