Scratch Build – In Progress Projekt Alphatier Casecon with two Monster Radiators

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  1. mapim

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    I could not leave the Grills as they were bevor and added a few mor hours of work for a more pleasing look in my eyes

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  2. cobalt6700

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    Looking pretty cool :thumb:
     
  3. Ending Credits

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    Most people don't have the advantage of being German, though. :D:dremel:
     
  4. mapim

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    Thank you guys,

    Just some small update today
    Alphatier will not scratch my Flor or desk anymore
    I also put some tape on the frame so that the Radiator Paint will not get scratched
    Unfortunately i still wait for the watercooling parts because some key parts are out of stock .
    I is always impressive to look at the 180mm fans compared to a normal 120mm

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  5. mapim

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    Real Live got real and i have actuality to work.
    Just some smal stuff for a while because i still wait for some parts.
    I flushed the one of the radiators
    First with tab water for a few minutes , swiched Ports and cold and warm water. Also some god shaking will get rid of all the bad stuff inside the rad that might bad for the pump

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  6. mapim

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    Custom loop VS AIO

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  7. mapim

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    I build this thing from spare parts, it flushes my radiator with distilled water over night and works rally great.
    Special thanks to my Grandma XD


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  8. mapim

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    The great feeling when you get the Parcel you waited for forever and when it arrives you have to go to work .

    There will be some Updates soon.

    A BIG thank you to Alphacool, Aquatuninig and Hardwaremax for helping me out with the Parts

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  9. mapim

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    What is in the BOX, many,many, many small Boxes XD

    Unfortunately i ran into trouble with my Cam and had to order new Bateries

    But i stilll manged to tak a Pic for the promised Update

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    A pic of the small 150mm Res and a Selektion of the Fittings. This will be also the position the i planed to put the res.

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  11. mapim

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    So many new toys for Alphatier. I played around to find a nice loop route unfortunately not everything that looks good is practical. That is because the quick disconnects need some tube slack to work well. I am really glad i can detach the radiator frame from the Mainboard part it helped a lot today. And that is also the reason i need the 4 quick disconnects. And i also found a good use for the Alphacool packing material. The Foam is really nice to work with[​IMG]

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  12. mapim

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    Got something done Today . Over the weekend i thought hard how to the tackle Alphatier Storage issue.
    After spending another 40 € in the Hardware store i can say I am happy with te result.
    I also got closer to fix me a pump mount.
    Not sure if i use the old 80mm Fan from an old Apple G5 or use the mount that came with the pumptop. What do you guys think.?
    I also blatantly want to show of my sleeving skills XD

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  13. Cheapskate

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    HD mount looks good. :D
     
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    Making a Pumpmount was trickier than i thought, but now it works fine. But i had to order some special Screws to make it work kind of good looking. The idea with glue was not my a best one XD

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