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Old August 3, 2012, 02:58 PM
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Did the PWM function actually work as well? I have 2 3.25 DDC pumps and they both list the PCB as 3.1 PWM and have the 4 solder pads
I was never able to test it on the Koolance ones because the solder point broke off. But I'd expect it to work.
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Old August 3, 2012, 07:14 PM
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Picture overload incoming!. Didn't do any work besides mount the blocks. And strip the logos off the rest of the ram.































Got the T-Balancer MiniNG in the mail yesterday. Not sure if I am going to use for this build or not. I already have a T-Balancer classic and BigNG. Doubt I'll need more than one.

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Very nice , which system is that, I really like how the Black fitting make the blue sleeving on the lines stand out ugg makes me want to attempt another build but I would only embarrass myself hehe
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Got a Scythe Himuro Mini in the mail. Completely useless for an SSD but it looks cool.












Mounted it w/ my pump in the case.




Drilled some holes. Putting the case together again. Decided to go w/ a slightly bigger reservoir. Changed things up a bit.




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wow lowfat once again you out do yourself very very nice so far ( hell i was happy with the g34 lol )
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excellent work so far so how long after your finished are you sending it to me ;)
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Old August 12, 2012, 04:38 PM
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Was productive again today. Installed the motherboard tray again, now w/ a bunch of new tapped holes for cable management.




Installed the hardware in to the case. Plumbed and sleeved the loop. I am rather impressed how it turned out.
Kinda went overboard w/ the pics.












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Very nice build so far. Your sleeving is great. Nice pics as well? What lens you using?
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What is this cable for, the one on the left barb?

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What is this cable for, the one on the left barb?
Water temperature sensor. The T-Balancer BigNG will control all the fans in my system based on water temp.

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Very nice build so far. Your sleeving is great. Nice pics as well? What lens you using?
Lens is a kit 18-55 f3.5 IS. I'll upgrade glass one of these days hopefully.
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