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Old 9th Jun 2012, 01:11   #41
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Oh man, late to the show, and soooooo much done already. Double the size for twice the fun.

Very nice ideas and work done to date. Really expanding on the layered look with this one, very nice.

Keep up the wonderful work my friend.
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Awesome. I was right about the tubes. Straight looks muuuch better.
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Old 11th Jun 2012, 08:20   #43
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I cant believe you spent that much on a case then started cutting it to bits.
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Old 4th Jul 2012, 11:27   #44
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Stubbed! Looks excellent so far
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I don't know if it was intentional when you took the pic and I hope you don't mind me nabbing part of it for my av, but I thought it was very cute!

This is looking very tasty. Pin sharp and precise. Nice one, kier

Edit: Also, I love the kit!



But where can I buy one from? Everywhere I look are out of stock I ordered a load of white sleeving not too long ago with the idea of sleeving every last cable in my rig but I'm struggling to find a set of tools to help me do the job.
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How did I not see this before

Going by your last build I know that this is going to amazing and it really is looking amazing already.

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Nice to see other forums with this case on it too. Jim (CaseLabs) did a great job with the case and has great support, on Overclock.net and through the website.

Nice job on the build so far. If you do care, I believe the USB 3.0 header for the Magnum cases have been released. I don't remember exactly. I'll have to go check the thread over at OCN. Enjoy your case.

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Old 6th Jul 2012, 07:32   #49
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Nice to see other forums with this case on it too. Jim (CaseLabs) did a great job with the case and has great support, on Overclock.net and through the website.

Nice job on the build so far. If you do care, I believe the USB 3.0 header for the Magnum cases have been released. I don't remember exactly. I'll have to go check the thread over at OCN. Enjoy your case.

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Jim certainly did a great job, and is a great person. it's been a while since I updated this log.
but I didnt sit still finally have some great new hardware for this build. 2x GTX680 and all waterblocks will be the new EKWB CSQ design
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Pictures!

We (OCN + CaseLabs) are working on a mid-tower case right now. You should be able to see the prototypes at the CaseLabs section of OCN. Hopefully it will turn out great like the other cases. You can go there and contribute by posting what you want in the case (remember, we're still at prototypes). There's been a boat load of stuff posted already. We'll see what Jim can come up with.
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Old 22nd Jul 2012, 10:23   #51
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EKWB Sponsor update!!!

Received this week a great package from EKWB. Again my thanks to Gregor and everyone from EKWB that makes this possible. All beautiful products for CaseLabs build



The EK-Supremacy - Nickel















The EK-FC680 GTX Backplate - Black CSQ

















EK-FC680 GTX - Acetal + Nickel CSQ

























EK-Multioption RES X2 - 250 Advanced











2x EK-CoolStream RAD XT (360)















2x EK-CoolStream RAD XT (240)











A EK-DDC Dual TOP V.2 G1/4 - Black Acetal













Some beautiful EK-PSC Fitting 13mm - G1/4 Black





And some EK-PSC Adapter 90° G1/4 Black





And EK-PSC Adapter 45° G1/4 Black



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Old 22nd Jul 2012, 12:40   #52
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Wow, those plexi tops look gorgeous.
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Congrats on the new gear.

I really like some of the new EK CSQ gear. I ordered some in at work to take a look and I was quite impressed. The design isn't for everyone and it is a shame that they have discontinued the Supreme HF blocks because now I will need to buy the 30% more expensive and less visually appealing (for me anyway) Supremacy block instead while gaining marginable performance improvements.
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I don't really get the new design but it still looks nice. Hopefully they've fixed the nickel plating problems by now. The EN blocks have a problem with staining.
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Update!!!











It has been a while, but here a big big update
First a thank you note for Sicomputers. The GPUs (GTX680) were not available, but thanks to the good and fast service from Sicomputers I got 2 beautiful cards.
And as promised an honorable mention with banner



2 beautiful GTX cards



First tested on air



Time to give the cards a transformation
EK-FC680 GTX - Acetal + Nickel CSQ













And the great EK-FC680 GTX Backplate - Black CSQ



Also placed the EK-Supremacy - Nickel



One GPU placed



For now with multi link, but will not use these in this build.



Really like the backplate.



Placed 2e GPU



Allready installed the radiators with theNorthQ fans



With the EK-CoolStream 360 RAD XT







And then I received a great package from....van Freddy.... Highflow





With (hope so) the latest products that I need for this build.

Offcourse with some Fillports





And 15mm extenders







90 degrees adapters







Smaller extenders





Because I've made the angle in the mobo tray, the 45 degrees rotery's will not fit. Therefore I've ordered some 30 degrees rotery's







and offcourse my favorite adapter, the multi link adapter







I still have some other ideas for the Case labs case, but for this I'll need some more acrylic. Therefore 3mm transparent



And UV red acrylic





Freddy/ Highflow thank you again for the quick service and good products and ... have a great holiday.

Now the explanation why this order has taken place. I'll will make this setup with the solid tubes



From the CPU, 2 pipes going up. Because there's an angle in the mobo I can not use the 45 degree fitting to connect on a fillport



That's why I'm using the 30 degrees rotery





Ordered the extenders to lower the in- and outlet.





To create a corner with the acrylic tubes I use the 15mm extender, 2x multi link and the 90 graden adapter









Now only a multi link, later there will be added a fillport



More multi links



And connected everything



Chapter red acrylic

Previously I had a 5mm thick transparent plate between the case and the pedestal. But I want the red lines run entirely in this build, therefore changed the middle part.

The red acryl.



Cut it.



After this cut the 3 mm transparent transparant acryl "]acrylic[/URL]



Placed like this.



Removed the plastic.











The plate is transparent to get a free sight what happens in the pedestal.



I was not very happy with the front, just didn't like it. Therefore I've sawn a new piece of red acrylic



With the sizes of the detachable front.



Used some spacers.



Also sawn a new plate with the fanholes and the holes for the Lamptron switches



With illuminated edges







The 2 spaces above the HDD coolers are for the Lamptron controllers



The last thing i've did is sleeving the Coolermaster 1500w Silent pro M2



Finished





24 pins



CPU cables



And some GPU cables



Connected everything to see how it looks.







That's it for now...Grtz.
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I know people will complain about using so many angle and bulkhead fittings but who cares, it looks awesome and the plumbing will definitely end up being a feature, just how I like it . Looking great so far my friend.
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Gorgeous as always. Huge fan of the changes to the front.
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Good thing I'm no where near this.... because I'm drooling so much over the final pic that there is enough to fill your whole cooling setup with it ( gross I know but I couldnt find any other way to put it XD) just when I thought it couldn't get better, you had to amaze me yet again ^^ keep up the brilliant work!
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ShIIIIIt !!!!! those W/C blocks are so sexy.. all coming along very nicely indeed.

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What,,, Kier.... and this case.... now thats what i call epic build. Looks so nice, loving the circular pattern watercooling gear, too late im sure but that would have looked so sweet themed into the case mod more, but what you do is always top notch. cant wait for more.
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