Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by RaZoRbLaDe, 5 Apr 2004.
This is a very nice mod!, going to stay tuned to see what final result is ! .
Hehe Like The_Resetter always says: The dutchies are taking over LOL!
well im damn impressed...
looking forward to the finals
Update time !
The case with the watercooling up and running.
From the back.
The pump and a T-piece used to fill.
The use of "anti-bend-springs" and the mounting of the pump with rubbers.
The relais and the hose from the radiator to the pump guided!
Closeup of the ide + psu cables. I've tried to hide them as best as I could. Pic is a bit blurry.
Altough I think that the pictures doesn't match the reality but well...
Stay tuned for next update-goodness.
Damn nice setup. I got the same 3 blocks and have a #$@# time fitting it all in a big tower !!!
That has to be one of the cleanest and most professional looking setups i've seen in a while.
Well done for spending time to route the cables out of the way!!
wow, followed this from the start and it just gets better and better!
This looks really really amazing - i now have faith that my computer can be as clean and organized as yours =)
god i had to go back and see what case you started with there for a second
utterly impressive and damn amazing... clean cut and professional finish
damn mate thats such a sweet mod. SO tidy. WELL DONE!
very clean wiring.
This is the project I have been looking for(for inspiration). I have just ordered my second Lian Li PC-61(same case, but black) and want to watercool it. How did you fit that pump to the top part of the case??
I have a 120mm Blowhole so would that leave room for mouning the pump at the top??
Nice work again!!
It looks great! I love it! When can I come by and steal it from you?
wow I love it
Amazinly clean! I adore your skills man!
you got real skill
Well modded mate
Hope it doesn't get spoilt when you plug in the power cables.
What's with the power in sticking out at the back?
Interesting fan grill/cover design. I like how the front plate is uv, but not transparent. Great work!
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