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Modding Project: Stealth Mk II

Discussion in 'Modding' started by Krony, 30 Jul 2011.

  1. Krony

    Krony New Member

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    More of a few pics of a finished build than a project log so i thought i would post it in here, it was my first real build.

    Component list:
    Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth X58
    CPU: Intel Core i7 950 @ 4.2GHz
    Ram: 3x2Gb Corsair Dominator DDR3 PC3-12800C8
    GPU: SLI eVGA GTX 580 3Gb
    Drives: OS: 240Gb Vertex 3, Steam: 120Gb Vertex 2E, Storage: 1Tb Samsung F3, Backup: 1Tb Samsung F1
    Monitor: 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2493HM
    Sound Card: Creative X-Fi Titanium
    Speakers: Creative T7900
    Headphones: Sennheiser PC 350
    Mouse: Razer Copperhead
    Keyboard: Razer Lycosa Mirror
    PSU: Antec High Current Pro 1200w
    Case: Antec 1200

    Cooling parts:
    Fan/pump controller: Lamptron FC2
    Pump: Laing MCP355
    Res: XSPC 200ml pump top
    Rads: 2x 120.2 XSPC RX
    CPU block: Swiftech Apogee XT Extreme
    GPU blocks: Koolance VID-NX580
    Tubing: Tygon black
    Fittings: a selection of EK/Alphacool/Bitspower
    Fans: 200mm Antec Badboy (top exhaust), 10x 120mm Scythe GT's (AP-15)(push/pull on rads + 1 on HDD cage and 1 on side door)

    The gear
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    Motherboard with cpu block fitted
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    Close up of cpu block
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    Back of the case modified to accept the rear rad
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    Front rad in place
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    Rear rad fitted
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    Another shot of the rads in place
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    Some pics of the front being built up
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    The 3Gb cards before being stripped
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    Waterblocks fitted next to my old 1.5Gb card
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    Pic of an aluminium bracket I made for the gpu’s
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    And a couple of finished pics
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    Last edited: 31 Jul 2011
  2. oatey4519

    oatey4519 can't be arsed...

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    Nice job there..
    Very clean and sharp.
     
  3. Guest-23315

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    The bracket is a nice touch :thumb:

    I remember using a pencil to prop up my X1800 ages back.
     
  4. Krony

    Krony New Member

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    Hehe, i work for a bearing manufacturer so i just bought some aluminuim bar and drilled and tapped it at work :)
     

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