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Case Mod - In Progress Project Meticulous - Dual Loop Thermaltake Tower 900 Build

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  1. faheemrazzaq

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    I am going to start a new build. Always wanted to build into one of these massive cases and now is the time. Here is the link to the case. Obviously it will be a watercooled hardline build with dual loops.

    Hardware List:

    Case: The Tower 900 Snow Edition E-ATX Vertical Super Tower Chassis by Thermaltake
    CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-5960X
    RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance 2666MHz DDR4 (4x8gb)
    Motherboard: ASUS X99-A II
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti
    PSU: SuperFlower Leadex GOLD 1300W Fully Modular "80 Plus Gold" Power Supply
    Cabling: Sleeved cables to match the build theme.
    Storage: A combination of SSD's and HDD's


    Watercooling loop:

    Coolant: Mayhems Ultra Pure H2O with dyes+biocide to match the theme build
    CPU Cooler: EK Water Blocks EK-Supremacy EVO
    EK 1080Ti full cover GPU Block
    Reservoir: Custom build
    14/10mm Acrylic Tubing
    560mm Hardware Labs Black ICE Radiator SR1 560
    360mm Hardware Labs Black ICE Radiator GTX 360
     
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  2. faheemrazzaq

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    I have the case now but instead of doing photos myself, this animation from Thermaltake will be more useful in demonstrating the capabilities of this case. Gigantic case really.

     
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    Cables sleeved. Here are some pictures. :)

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    The reservoirs are finished. Made out of 5mm clear acrylic. Dimensions are 41cm x 5cm x 5cm. Liquid capacity 0.7L.

    Used the right size drill bit and tap to make G1/4 fitting ports.

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    Old skoool res making i love it :D
     
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    Thanks mate. I wanted to use a really tall res and there aren’t many options for such dimensions. Inspired me to come up with these. They should compliment this case nicely.
     
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    This is the basic layout of the build. I have taken out a lot of stuff from the case to make space for a custom base. Working with acrylic sheets to build everything now.

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    GPU Back Plate is ready; fitted with RGB strip.

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    Installed some castors. Very convenient to move it around now.

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    Some more progress. Taking some shape now.

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    Not the really good idea to put such vacuum cleaner on a floor. I think so...
     
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    Valid but I have no fans at the bottom (Other than PSU, which is mostly off). And I may actually put it on a table. But for meanwhile it is easier for me to work like that. Cheers
     
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    The transparent screen is ready with backlight Leds installed showcasing the Project and Thermaltake logo. Still some tidying up required.

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    Loop done. Almost ready to go.

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