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Cooling loop redone ! pc fully built, see pics

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Pie_uk, 19 Mar 2007.

  1. Pie_uk

    Pie_uk British beef, in Britain

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    right lads, here are the updates, some changes to my original set up see below

    green water (feser1), loop change (more efficent) tripple rad added, petra's custom DDC top, x1950xtx from x1900xtx . D-tek fuzion block,


    all i can say now is that i am happy with it and untill i need to get a DX10 card for gaming. i installed a vista theme so i have the looks of vista but the stability of xp for games. this is my pc fully complete and i shall not be changing it any time soon hope you like it

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    what do you think?
     
  2. r4tch3t

    r4tch3t hmmmm....

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    Noice :thumb: Nice and clean. Although, you could use some heatshink on those cables to make them a bit tidier. Love the case.
     
  3. Teyber

    Teyber ******

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    that is awsome! i really like that. What fluid is that? and what temps are you getting with the d-tek fuzion?
     
  4. section8

    section8 What's a Dremel?

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    Wires?! What untidy wires! Good effort mate... what you fill it with?!
     
  5. rowin4kicks

    rowin4kicks a man walked into a bar ...

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    lol that looks great although what quite is the point of lights inside if you dont have a case window?!?!? lol dw bout me

    hope i could have a case of shizz that looks and runs as smoothly as yours lol one day...
     
  6. Guest-23315

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    Care to tell me whatfans you're using Pie?
     
  7. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    2nd'd on the fans, nice set up too :thumb:
     
  8. Pie_uk

    Pie_uk British beef, in Britain

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    u got pm :)
     
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  9. Guest-23315

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    Cool. Might have to get myself some of them.
     
  10. Pie_uk

    Pie_uk British beef, in Britain

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    there ok, bought them for looks, there not silent :worried:

    but they can be controlled
     
  11. keir

    keir S p i t F i r e

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    Hey just wondering if the tubes still look the same, theres no crap floating about is there?
    Just I've seen sometimes with UV dye you get somekind of gunk.
     
  12. Guest-23315

    Guest-23315 Guest

    I think he is using Feser 1, which is a funny non-conductive liquid, so it should be a no.
     
  13. capnPedro

    capnPedro Hacker. Maker. Engineer.

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    That's a TJ07, is it not?
     
  14. trig

    trig god's little mistake

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    i hope so, or his sig is a liar!!
     
  15. Pie_uk

    Pie_uk British beef, in Britain

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    lol, nope no sign of "goop" or anything and its been 2 months.

    no stained tubes either :) !

    and yes it is the Silverstone TJ07 !
     
  16. capnPedro

    capnPedro Hacker. Maker. Engineer.

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    I've been looking at buying that case for the specific reason that a 120.3 rad can fit in the bottom - it sure makes hose routing much easier and you've clearly done an excellent job of keeping both wires and tubes in a neat order. :thumb:
     
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