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Old 29th Jun 2012, 16:22   #21
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It's usual paracord 550 Type III, approximately 4 mm. There was something in the center, I don't know how to call it, but i had to pull it out.
Should be 7 nylon strings. I'm not sure on the exact numbers but that's why its called "550". Each string has a specific weight limit and the sheathing does as well adding up to 550. A full piece of 550 can hold 550 lbs. Just a little gee wiz :P
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Old 29th Jun 2012, 16:23   #22
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Thank you, GotMod, I`m going to do the same think, but I decided to ask your method at first.

@Krikkit, there are some strong cord in the middle, I use it to pull long wires through the paracord
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Old 30th Jun 2012, 13:25   #23
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Little update:

Nothing special, just replaced all stock lian li's fans.

BitFenix Spectre LED White 140mm at the top. It will also be used as the lights:







Arctic Cooling ARCTIC F12 120 mm for the rad (push/pull). Not the best efficiency, but the look is great:







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Old 1st Jul 2012, 10:46   #24
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This is looking great GotMod? Good call on "ascetics over efficiency" on the fans
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i've got 3 arctic 120 PWM in my case - they pretty noisy for my ears i can tolerate them only at 40-50%
OT: they were cheapest PWM fans i can get... never thought about myself that i so acoustic intolerant as anesthesiologist i'm pretty deaf but this boys loud
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Old 1st Jul 2012, 15:18   #27
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This is looking great GotMod? Good call on "ascetics over efficiency" on the fans
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Looking good so far.
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i've got 3 arctic 120 PWM in my case - they pretty noisy for my ears i can tolerate them only at 40-50% OT: they were cheapest PWM fans i can get... never thought about myself that i so acoustic intolerant as anesthesiologist i'm pretty deaf but this boys loud
I'll check it when the case will be done. I'm more concerned about the temps. If i will be not satisfied with it i'll go for GTs.

//cpu gpu wateblocks installed, pictures soon...
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Very good job! Simple and clean.. I love this kind of mods! Keep it up
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Very good job! Simple and clean.. I love this kind of mods! Keep it up
Thank u.
Seen your build on xtreme. Amazingly illuminated midplate and the rig itself
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Old 2nd Jul 2012, 17:56   #30
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Little update. Installed cpu and gpu waterblocks.

Here are some photos of the blocks i made:

EK-SUPREME HF - ACETAL+EN (NICKEL)



EK-FC580 GTX - NICKEL



CPU installed:





Some pics of gpu mounting process:









And the result:

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Old 2nd Jul 2012, 21:00   #31
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if i'll be e-tailer - i've ramp up prices for _old_ design EK products 50%... at least...
nice parts here!
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Old 2nd Jul 2012, 22:21   #32
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Mount the cpublock as it shoud be !, otherwise it looks great!
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Old 3rd Jul 2012, 10:26   #33
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Mount the cpublock as it shoud be !, otherwise it looks great!
Hmm, I really didn't think it would matter. seen many builds with this way of mounting.
Can anyone explain me the difference if I rotate it, please?
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Have you considered putting a shroud on top of the waterblock? I have no idea why, but I always liked having something covering that 2nd slot. It just seems so...interesting.
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maybe there be better results when WB fins will be perpendicular with CPU core?
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Little update.

Started to mount the rad, but faced a problem. Rad wouldn't fit in stock lian li's holes:


So i started to think how to mount it. One way was to make custom stands and the other was to use XSPC brackets. I stopped on second one:



And when i began to mount it, i came with a genius idea. If i rotate the lian li's stand upside down, the rad would fit perfectly. So i started to do it:






Upside down:



Mounted the rad to the stand and to the case:











Also placed 140 fan at the top:



Pump is also in the place. (Almost out of space for cables). Some pics of the current state:











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It`s pretty! I like colours! 2 fans are good enough for this thick radiator?
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It`s pretty! I like colours! 2 fans are good enough for this thick radiator?
Thanks, Shurika!! I hope it will be enough. If not, i've got a Plan B:



Also started to think what to do with the front panel and how to cover it:



Came up with this design (the letter "M" for Monochrome). Going to use white and black plex (2mm each):



Planning to play with some leds and something else ))

Build at the moment (routing hoses, which will be replaced with white or black):

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Old 13th Jul 2012, 00:05   #40
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It was quite a few posts ago, but your video of sleeving the cables *totally* helped me out. I had tried about 6 different methods and couldn't get it right, but your ideas to 1) wrap the tip in tape, and 2) melt the end around the tip a bit when finished, took me from madly frustrated to sleeving cables. Thank you so much for that video!
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