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Case Mod - In Progress Project Green - Together with Nvidia [Monsterbuild - The dream of an 18yr old modder]

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by iSw3de, 22 Aug 2015.

  1. iSw3de

    iSw3de New Member

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    Prologue

    Maybe you remember the big project a 15 years old Lucas planned some years ago.
    Too great visions and to much confidence about that future sponsors would come.
    I really put myself in a bad position, which I have regret so many times
    There I was, with one of the biggest cases I've ever seen, what was I supposed to do?
     
     
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    For those who not know about me, this is my previous project (from mod of the year)
    http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/2014/12/23/bit-tech-mod-of-the-year-2014/3

    I have built some mid-sized systems, some smaller ones, and some even smaller. To be able to decide what fits me the most, why not try something extreme? With an SMH10 from Caselabs, it can't go wrong. I can promise that not only will the looks be awesome, but also the power of it! During fall I will also host a modding-series at Nvidias youtube-channel which I am very hyped about!

    The computer is called Green, which is a part of the project, although the project include a much more. I want to create my dream gaming-cave! Below you can find the specs of the computer, and what I am supposed to do.

     

    Hardware
    Case: Caselabs SMH10, double window edition!
    Motherboard: MSI X99 SLI PLUS
    CPU: Intel i7 5960X
    GPU: Tri-SLI Nvidia GTX980Ti
    PSU: Evga 1200W Platinum
    Storage: Intel 730 Series, 240 + 480GB

    Cooling
    Fans: 16x BeQuiet Silentwings 2
    Block: Bitspower
    Reservoirs: XSPC Photon 250
    Radiators: Alphacool monsta 560 + Airplex 480
    Coolant: Mayhems Pastel

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    The inside - This is just some parts of the modding that will be done ;)

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    Let's do this!
     
  2. iSw3de

    iSw3de New Member

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    Let's open up with this!

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  3. exexs

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    The tubbing is just so neat.. gonna watch this one ;)
     
  4. arg-ist

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    Nice…A very beautiful project.
    To see a project , that distributes from the midplate, that made me happy.
    I'm glad as my own Projects. Go on.
    İf you have any problem with midplate, I'd be happy to help you. arg-ist
     
  5. iSw3de

    iSw3de New Member

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    Thanks exexs!

    Haha, not so minimal this time, but gotta try something new

    Thanks arg-ist! Yea, never done such thing before, with a midplate... Hope it will do haha.
    I will check them out. Thanks! :D
     
  6. iSw3de

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    I will do everything to the smallest details. This time, the reservoairs!

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    Two XSPC 270 Photon reservoirs
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    Made out of glass and aluminum (and some POM)
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    One with Mayhems Pastel
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    Aren't those sexy? :eek:
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  7. arg-ist

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    I must warn you about one thing.
    Depth at this place is 20-21 cm.
    it is very diffucult to make 8 watercahanels side by side.


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  8. Hukkel

    Hukkel James' minion

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    Looking good Lucas!
     
  9. iSw3de

    iSw3de New Member

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    You are very much right, I realized I made them 12mm in the sketch, not the 19mm that it needs to me. However, I spend some hours today to fix the issue. And I came up with this!

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    Seems to work out!

    Thanks Tim! :D
     
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    Here comes an update!

    So I realized I needed some sort of fancontroller, and also some pumps...
    I don't know how I forget about the pumps :D

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    A nice little heatsink

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    Sadly there came no pads with it, so I will have to mount it later.

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    These pumps can do all sort of things, which will be awesome!

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    I have mounted them in a dual loop

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    As you might have noticed I got some sleeve today aswell. These are from E22!

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    I love the blue combo, altough I am going green haha

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    Stay tuned!
     
  11. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    Looking very good already, very sleek.

    Always like to see more builds using water channel midplates, is a very good concept :)
     
  12. bakan

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    Nice projet.
     

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