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Case Mod - In Progress Project: Snow White

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ColdzeroTeam, 10 Dec 2010.

  1. ColdzeroTeam

    ColdzeroTeam New Member

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    Snow White TJ07


    Case: Silverstone Silver TJ07 White.
    PSU: Silverstone Strider plus 1000W
    Motherboard: Gigabyte X58-UD7
    CPU: Xeon i7 X3520 D0
    Memory: Gskill PC12800 Ripjaws CL8
    HDD: 2x Seagate 500Gb 7200.12, Intel X25-M G2 80Gb
    Graphics Cards: 3x XFX HD 5850 in Crossfire X.

    Water Cooling:
    CPU: EK Supreme Cu HF Nickel
    Graphic Cards: 3x EK for HD 5850 (Nickel)
    Pump: Laing MCP 355.
    Radiator: Thermochill PA 1.480 + 1.240
    Reservoir: 2x EK Multi Optinon 250
    Fittings: Enzotec Conpression Fiting G1/4" 16/10 shiny silver adapter
    Fittings: Enzotec Conpression Fiting G1/4" 16/10 shiny silver adapter
    Fittings: Enzotec Conpression Fiting G1/4" 45º shiny silver adapter
    Coolant: Thermochill Blue :D
    Fans: Fractal 120mm x8
    Sleeving: Sleeving Coldzero

    Photos to come soon
     
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  2. ColdzeroTeam

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    NEWS

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    Interior, and the radiator supports
     
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  3. ColdzeroTeam

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    NEWS 10-12-2010

    The HotSwap System


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    Pumps Tray

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  4. mav2000

    mav2000 In Training

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    Very nice. I like the way this is going.
     
  5. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Topnotch :)!
     
  6. Richy1204

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    Look great (Subscribed) :)
     
  7. Razarach

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    nice work :)
     
  8. Editor22

    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    Bravo Cold Zero :)
     
  9. GCOFIELDD

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    Good work man!
    sub'ed
     
  10. Paradox42

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    Wow! Very clean!
    subbed
     
  11. error404

    error404 New Member

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    where can I get the hardware to create my own custom hot swap bays?? :jawdrop:



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  12. masterchief9615

    masterchief9615 PC builder / Modder

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    Great work so far!!
     
  13. paz45

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    Nice like the hot swap.
     
  14. ColdzeroTeam

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    This is looking damn fine piece of work so far
     
  16. ColdzeroTeam

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    News: 15-12-2010

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    Hello today we made some progress, here are some photos, not all of them, tomorrow we will add some more and we are going to start sleeving and assembly de power connections
     
  17. error404

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    just a friendly recommendation (learning from my mistakes :worried: ) Move your radiator as close to the front of the case as possible. I Never put the fans on the rad while I was measuring (I though that I would lose 1 fan at the back because of the PSU ). Well, I end up losing 1 and 1/2.... If I would have placed the rad closer to the front, I would have clear up the 3rd fan.

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  18. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    God I love TJ07s, absolutely awesome, even if they're so popular nowadays.... just means you need a better mod to make it stand out :)
     
  19. perplekks45

    perplekks45 LIKE AN ANIMAL!

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    The hot swap bay idea is brilliant. The color scheme should be great. Sub'd. :thumb:
     
  20. ColdzeroTeam

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    I can fit all the 4 fans. the custom psu plate i did allows me to position it either way, so i can have the psu fan suck the air from the 4th radiator fan.
     

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