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Old 3rd Feb 2013, 22:31   #161
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Hey there!
I'm back with a couple of working days in which I started and almost finished the first loop of liquid cooling (cpu + ram + Aquaero).
I look forward to the times terrifying Aquacomputer I'm calling over and over again for the waterblock for the 670, which looks almost a month and a half.
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Old 3rd Feb 2013, 22:32   #162
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Old 6th Feb 2013, 00:13   #163
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Looking great. The only thing I would change is the fitting leaving the radiator in that last pic, I'd use a 90, not a 45 to make it a bit more inconspicuous. Just my 2 cents.
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Old 6th Feb 2013, 22:02   #164
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Hi!!!
That fitting is 45 because I must open the black grill; if I put a 90 fitting, I won't open the grill.
With the 45, the tube make a soft curve, instead of a "line".
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Old 7th Feb 2013, 10:51   #165
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Ah I see, not a problem then.
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Old 7th Feb 2013, 14:27   #166
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Looks very, very nice.
If I had to complain about one thing, though, it would be that I think it's a shame that, since you fitted the pumps in there yourself, you didn't put the pumps right under each res, so the feed line from res to pump would be dead straight. It looks a bit "cheap" with the tubing bending slightly like that. That's all.
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I'm back.
Between yesterday and today I completed the loop 100% cpu-ram-Aquaero-filter-rad expense.
I drilled well to the grill and the top of the case and I affixed the rubber seals that are used in the cabinet to run the cables from the mobo to the bulkhead behind the latter.
I anticipate that I have in mind a little something with quick release fittings that blacks will try to make sure you can still open the door behind the radiator, once installed the entire system.











Next, I opened the top to make room for fittings for refilling the trays.
I masked the cuts with the rubber glued on the edges of the cut.









Retrace all the primary loop: pump, wb ram, cpu wb, passive radiators, flow sensor, wb Aquaero, filter, tank, pump.









Evidence of lighting.
This morning I mounted the LED strip in the rear bulkhead, the glass panel behind the pumps and the "square" of glass on the bottom of the case.
The photos unfortunately do not return the exact effect real, why is not that a great photographer, indeed.



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Old 11th Feb 2013, 09:58   #170
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Old 11th Feb 2013, 11:32   #171
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Yeah, it's OK. But I feel like you could have done much better with i.e. mounting some pass-through fittings instead of rubber grommets - like these ones:

http://www.aquatuning.us/product_inf...el-plated.html

Same goes for the reservoirs, where I think it would have been much nicer with some fillports instead of cutting out that big chunk of the top mesh. I do realise you didn't have much room to play with, though...
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Old 11th Feb 2013, 16:04   #173
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The glass effect is just STUNNING! and every time i see them res's i just drool!
I agree with nutman on the fill ports, though it looks like they will be hidden anyway....

Awesome skills and ideas too, well done!
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Thank you guys, I thought about the top...suprise next days!!!!
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Finally the waterblock has arrived.
So you just have to take it apart ... I remove the stock heatsink, remove the dough present, a new paste and new pad and go!
I set also the backplate, which does not pierce it, I stuck with my famous powerful adhesive, placed at the head of the screws that secure the waterblock to the board: the estate is great and the aesthetic result also.
For reasons of space between the backplate and the heat sink on the motherboard, I lit the backplate, since I can not stuffing thick plexi, too bad.

























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Thats one gorgeous block...almost feels like a crime to hide it behind a shroud (although I also understand why you're doing that of course )
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Small package, but useful content.
The last connections to complete both loops: believe it or not, and if you remember the first pictures with a thousand thousand connections, I was able to use all of them, and a thousand thousand.
As I was advised by many, whom I thank, I opted for another method of connection for the passive radiators and their connection to the inside of the pc ... quick release couplings, in order to remove a bulkhead tomorrow that I had the need.
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Looks amazing mate! And that case just swallows all that hardware easily eh? (NOT pun intended).
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Hello everyone, profitable weekend.
I completed 100% of the liquid cooling system and started sleeving the cables of aquaero and continuing with the cables for the graphics card.
For next weekend point sets all the LED stripe for lighting and finish all the sleeving.
I would say that lack only the painting of houses (orange opaque) and passive radiators (matte black).
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