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Case Mod - In Progress Lian Li PC-A77 mod: Project[Thessa] Dual Loop Madness

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by knet370, 19 Jun 2008.

  1. Farmboy UK

    Farmboy UK Hungry for knowledge

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    Really clean looking, just the type of mod i love. Keep it up
     
  2. knet370

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    i think this is the best tubing layout for now..

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  3. nikeunltd

    nikeunltd Epic destruction around machinary

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    really nicee
     
  4. Notional

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    Beautiful!

    So all the dark black glossy stuff is acrylics painted black on one side?
     
  5. knet370

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    the buttom cover near the psu is black acrylic painted flat black. also the shiny black acrylic you see in my previous near the front bay cages will be painted flat black also. depends if i want a mirror effect.
     
  6. MrWizard

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    Actually, I didn't even see that until you brought it up...could be some implications there :thumb:... I focus on the computers posted here...not on photos that happen to have dudes in them.
     
  7. knet370

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    ill be changing my mobo to 780i. im still waiting for my ek nb block.

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  8. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    Nice. The copper Apogee looks great surrounded by the black painted retention plate.
     
  9. knet370

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    my ek nb block arrive today. just waiting for the tubes to arrive.

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  10. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    I can't believe how clean this is looking. I love the EK blocks, I may use some in my next mod.
     
  11. MoRBiD

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    Looks simply stunning.
    Keep up the great work
     
  12. Mr. Guarana

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    B - E - A - UTIFUL :clap:
     
  13. knet370

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  14. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    Very nice knet. It looks as if the components were all meant to be together from the start. It holds a great deal of elegance within the simplicity of the design.
     
  15. knet370

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    thank you sir. my goal is to keep the rig as simple as it can be yet can able to cool my components good and quitely. the lian li doesnt need to be modded heavily. its already a beauty by itself.
     
  16. knet370

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    btw this was my previous watercooled pc..

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  17. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    Nice rig, much like your new one. Very elegant and simple. Love those OCZ RAM coolers, I am modding mine as we speak lol.
     
  18. Guest-23315

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    Please don't use elbows in this build :D
     
  19. knet370

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    there are some situations where elbows are really needed. but in my current project, i've drop mine to using just TWO elbows for tidyness purpose. the d5 pump is a powerful pump and wont break a sweat with the loop layout i plan.
     
  20. Guest-23315

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    Could you use something like the Danger Den or Bitspower High flow elbows?

    Oh, and no hose clamps? Are You using 7/16" on 1/2" then?
     
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