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Old March 23, 2010, 08:58 AM
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Smile Finnaly got started first WC job (New picks almost done)

Almost finished , I hope to be able to purge and leak test by Monday. Just a few more things to work out like how to plug in the 4 pin 12v plug up top and I got a bunch of wire sleeving to do soon as my stuff shows up and a few other minor things.

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2 EVGA 275 GTX
2 Western digital 640 GB black
Fesser 360 w/ 3 Tribwerks 63 cfm ea fans and 3 Xigmatek 67 cfm ea fans in push pull for
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2 MPC 655 pumps (vari speed)
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Ek supreme cpu block
EK mofset and chip set blocks
Corsair 800d
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Old March 23, 2010, 09:53 AM
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Looks good so far! Very ambitious for your first loop.
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Old March 23, 2010, 09:58 AM
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Great-looking project!
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Old March 23, 2010, 10:04 AM
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Looks good so far! Very ambitious for your first loop.
i've been a heating tech for over 35 years so water and heat exchangers etc don't scare me , I did a quicky paint job for now because black is starting to feel like the old beige boxes .I am going to pick up another case soon and do some better modding just need some time to think about what I want . This puter I bought when the I7's first hit the street so it's getting time to upgrade everything . Ideas are welcome.
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nice. what fans are those again? :)
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Old March 23, 2010, 10:30 AM
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nice. what fans are those again? :)
Triebwerk 121 63 cfm ea 55mm x120mm From Dazmode If the 800d was an inch shorter there would be problems (great fans and supper quiet) and Xigmatech 140mm 63 cfm ea from NCIX
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Old March 23, 2010, 12:45 PM
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i've been a heating tech for over 35 years so water and heat exchangers etc don't scare me , I did a quicky paint job for now because black is starting to feel like the old beige boxes .I am going to pick up another case soon and do some better modding just need some time to think about what I want . This puter I bought when the I7's first hit the street so it's getting time to upgrade everything . Ideas are welcome.
No specific ideas, but a question instead. Did you fabricate that box on top of the 800D, or find one premade? Looks slick either way.
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No specific ideas, but a question instead. Did you fabricate that box on top of the 800D, or find one premade? Looks slick either way.
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Old March 25, 2010, 06:45 PM
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Got a little farther on my first water cooling job ,heres some more pics opinions are welcome.
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looking great for a first loop
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