So I have been working on my new build for a while now and decided to post my progress . In order to cut down on noise and the number of fans needed I decided to do cutouts in the pannels. I am using 4 water loops on this build 1 for Mobo, 1 for each video card, and 1 for the ram. I am piping it all in 1/2" OD chrome copper tubing . I am doing all the cut outs with a Scroll saw (rtired and have the time) each one have taken about 12 hours each so far. I don't have a really good camera so I aspologise for the picture quality, The colours are Dark Cherry Metallic and Flame Red , any how here are the spec's
Mountain Mods Ascension Extended case
32 GB Corsair Dominator GT 2133 Ram
2- OCZ Vertex 4 256 GB SSD
2- EVGA 690 GTX video card
Corsair AX 1200 power supply
4 Aerocool Touch 2000 fan controllers W/temp monitoring
Heat Killer Mobo, Video card, processor, and ram water blocks (black&chrome style)
3- XSPC 120mm quad rads
1- XSPC 120mm dual rad (RAM)
4 Storm D5 Vario pumps
2- EK dual pump , dual outlet pump tops W/150mm res
16- Enermax TB Silent fans 8-12 db 45 cfm
Wow. Impressive piece of hardware, and the scrollsaw cutouts are very well done. Don't get a hernia trying to lift it off the workbench.:biggrin:
I'm pretty sure this would fall right through my particle board desk!
damn looks good, whats the measurements of that case?
Wow that is some serious hardware goin' in there.
Instead of 2x GTX690, it needs 3x GTX Titans.
This build is EXACTLY what Titan was designed for!
Question from a noob, would a smaller case such as an 800d suffice for this kind of build, or is there a significant cooling (or anything else) advantage to going with this large of an enclosure or is solely a preference thing.
He's doing four separate custom water loops, so he needs as much space as he can get.
An 800d would work for a couple of rads at the most. He's using 4 rads, three of them are massive quad-rads.
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