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Project: Lian Li PC7323 Water Cooled

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AsEeL, 16 May 2004.

  1. AsEeL

    AsEeL What's a Dremel?

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    First of all
    My English suck :duh:
    But i hope the pics will clear it out.
    I posted the first version of my case months ago but made a new wc setup sinds then.
    I did not realy modded the case but made a nice wc setup
    I'll hope you enjoy it anyway

    This is the case :)
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    First step was to make tree 120mm fanholes.
    You see the result here :)
    The attaching of the fans is only for the pic
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    Then a had to place the rads and coolblock on the cpu and GPU
    I put the res against the mobo and the pump on the floor.
    All tubing was made and the 240 mm rad and 120 mm rad were placed fans on :)
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    This is a closer look on the 240 mm rad with alu titan fans on it.
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    I put a bit of green collord water in it
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    In the dark it already has a nice look!
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    Made some improvements and put fanguards on top of the rads.
    And also new vidiocard was placed.
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    Everything cleaned up.
    Looks very clean and gives a freezy feeling
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  2. czechmodder

    czechmodder What's a Dremel?

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    lookin really nice there, very clean. that case is especially cool looking.

    i noticed your pump goes directly into your cpu. have you considered pumping into the rad first and then into the cpu block? you might get lower temps that way. just a thought
     
  3. AsEeL

    AsEeL What's a Dremel?

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    When the water comes back in the res its cooled by the second rad
    So i think the temp will be the same... ?

    Res - Pump - CPU - 240 mm rad - graka - 120 mm rad - Res
     
  4. SJH

    SJH Minimodder

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    Great job! :thumb:
     
  5. BlueMax

    BlueMax What's a Dremel?

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    very clean looking. I like it a lot!!! :rock:
     
  6. SFOD-D LoneWolf

    SFOD-D LoneWolf What's a Dremel?? :p

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    Plain beauty!
    I LOVE IT!!




    Cheers,
    Mike :rock:
     
  7. Acid Burn

    Acid Burn ..look but don't touch..

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    Very nice! I think it would be even cooler if you attach the fan grills on the inside of the box :) And you GOT TO love those lian li cases! :jawdrop:

    Love your color choises :baby:
     
  8. Litecore

    Litecore What's a Dremel?

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    ay caramba! now that's green dye just as it's suposed to look like ;]
    you sir, just made my dreams come true !

    if/when i watercool my next rig. i'd like it to look as pimp as your :D
     
  9. slater

    slater Mummy Says Im Special

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    I like :thumb: Very efficiant layout and use of space:)
     
  10. -Xp-

    -Xp- Minimodder

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    Looking very sweet, I want that case!

    It is looking a bit empty at the top, but packed at the front middle. Any chance of fixing up the wires for us?

    Order of components in a watercooled system is hardly relevant. Yes, you ideally want the radiators before each waterblock, but in reality the water temperature is very low for sytems with high flow rates (like yours), so the order will make little difference, as long as there is something to keep the water cool in the loop.

    Anyway, keep em coming, love your case so far...can't wait to see the windowed side panel.
     
  11. _ferry_

    _ferry_ What's a Dremel?

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    looks realy clean and fast, only a lot of tube's but i don't know if i dislike it. Well, i think i like the tubes :) good job. What kind of window is there? or is the sidepanel just normal?
     
  12. Chrizzle

    Chrizzle What's a Dremel?

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    Looks great.
     
  13. dastt

    dastt What's a Dremel?

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    love how u mounted ur res. keeps everything tight but also looks very clean.
     

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