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Mozart tx massive water cooling mod. small update 3-10-07

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by khitsicker, 8 Mar 2007.

  1. cyberspyder

    cyberspyder Canuck

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    You need to sell me that Storm...
     
  2. khitsicker

    khitsicker New Member

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    finished the rad support

    small update .. finished the rad support plate. filed and sanded down all the rough edges and finished it with some 320grit on my orbital sander. i dont know if ill keep it this way though it looks like the dremel slipped more thimes then i though and there are some pretty rough gouges in it. ill prolly end up filling them with jb weld and painting it matte black.

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    ill have more monday when im off from work. but ill give you a sneak peek at another project of mine thats nearing completion as well

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  3. wbdog206

    wbdog206 not me

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    is that an apple mac full of water?
     
  4. khitsicker

    khitsicker New Member

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    >.> <.< quite possibly
     
  5. V3ase

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    MMMMmmmmm im love'in it :]
    Keep working , w8 for updates
     
  6. itsjustacompaq

    itsjustacompaq Member

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    are you making an aquarium? if so, that is completely ant utterly badass.
     
  7. MixWizard

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    lmao thats an idea, never thought of that. Thought could have been a big ass reservoir
     
  8. wbdog206

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    ether way that is slick.

    i like the look of the TT Mozart good job
     
  9. GuardianStorm

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    Thats what i am doing with an old mac shell i have lying around, it is one of the aqua blue shells though :)

    The project is looking good so far, keep it up :)
     
  10. ottzen

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    Ohh! ohh, I know what it is!!
    An aquarium AND a reservoir :D :D :naughty:

    //ottzen
     
  11. casey_cole

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    I'd like to see a goldfish get sucked through a water block :p

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  12. khitsicker

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    lol i had honestly not thought about making it an res.. and somehow i dont think the fish would like the additives.. not to mention all the bio matter that would get sucked into the water block
     
  13. zhangmaster12

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    maybe use the apple as an aquarium but put a resavoir suspended in the middle so it is effectively an aquarium and a resavoir
     
  14. TMM

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    For thermaltake watercooling, which is rubbish ;)
     
  15. khitsicker

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    pretty much. i knew from the start id be modding the back plate. these thermochill rads are so damn big. theres only about a half a centimeter of clerance on the barb side. also i dont know if it comes out in the pics but on the bottom of the case there are pairs of holes evenly spaced. it looks like its for a pump but they shure as heck dont line up with the iwaki mount.
     
  16. Slatter

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    love the mozart man.... good choice
     
  17. Guest-23315

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    very good selection of water-cooling componets.
     
  18. khitsicker

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    thx.. i have alot more on the waywhich is whats holding up progress currently. they will arrive erarly this week though so i can get back to work
     
  19. pantera989

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    just wondering what you have againsit thermaltake watercooling?

    i have the steel versoin of this case with 2x 12x24cm theraltake rad's which fit in fine with no modding with suggests thermaltake designed the back panel around its rads.

    nice job with fitting differnt rads in though? just wondering how 2 of those smaller rads compare to a single 12x24cm rad?
     
  20. bigsharn

    bigsharn Officially demotivated

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    I've heard bad things about TT's liquid cooling, so I don't touch them:p TT cases aren't that bad for modding though (so I've been told)... prefer the look of Lian Li's though

    My two cents on the subject... mod looks good so far, I'm gonna keep an eye on it:)
     

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