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Case Mod - In Progress Silverstone TJ11 Carbon.....Final pics

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by kier, 6 Jul 2011.

  1. David

    David Take my advice — I’m not using it.

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    Immaculate finish - looks fantastic.
     
  2. mnpctech

    mnpctech bit-tech sponsor

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    my only challenge is having the time... :cooldude:
     
  3. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    Looks like *insert voice of Homer Simpson* sweeeet beer! Rararagh :lol:

    Love it, simply astonishing! :thumb:
     
  4. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    I missed the last bit...Dam this thing is so neat and tidy. The insides look very mechanical, thats not a criticism, its a complement, it suits the build perfectly. Yet another top build. Excellent work dude. :thumb::thumb:
     
  5. Stark.Jr

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    O.0 no need to say anything more then Perfection!
     
  6. muraded

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    first at all, really good job !

    i just can't understand how the fluid flow inside the graphics card system, can you explain me with a schema ?

    thx
     
  7. kier

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    Your PM has been answered, but for you guys who wants to know
    based on the EK-FC Bridge DUAL Parallel 3-Slot

    [​IMG]
     
  8. muraded

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    thx to you,

    really helpfull to me, cause i want to upgrade my RV02 into watercooled one.

    continue like this ;P

    mura
     
  9. ktkrap

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    Hello,
    You mentioned switching the reservoirs from 140 to the 250, but in the website
    they say the 250 New version has the outer diameter of 60mm (compared to old version which had 50mm).
    Are you using both old versions, which has both 50mm diameter, for the Top and 250 Res?

    Would not want to order the same parts and find the diameters are not compatible... :(

    Thanks!
     
  10. kier

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    Your absolutly right, didn't know that the newer version was 60mm

    Sorry for this
     
  11. peteski

    peteski long live the pc

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    Hi there iv read all this and I just have to say you have done such a grate job and as a first time computer builder and future moder it is such a inspiration.
     
  12. Wing Zero

    Wing Zero Ita-sha owner

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    Kier, how do you do the straight tubing for your WC. is it normal, flexible piping. or is it some form of rigid plastic tubing?
     
  13. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    I'd like to know that, too. All I know is that this stuff has "Crystal" in it's name, so I assume it's quite rigid - which makes me question how you can tighten those push-on fittings without causing cracks in the pipes?
     
  14. Big_malc

    Big_malc Well-Known Member

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    if its like a clear plastic tube the O ring will compress for the seal and the pipe wound not shatter
     
  15. kier

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  16. Cookie Monster

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    The cable managment and WC routing is giving me a strange fuzzy feeling in my pants! My OCD approves.
     
  17. wejjy

    wejjy New Member

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    Im lookin into these for my build, where does the o ring sit? Have to say, this build rocks, the detail is just amazing, everything just 'works', i'll keep following!!
     
  18. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    I would also like to know that - I've never seen an O-ring inside any compression fitting?
     
  19. kier

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  20. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    Oh, NOW I get it. Those compression rings are made especially for being used with acrylic pipes?
    I didn't even know such a product existed..... I thought you were using regular compression fittings for flexible tubing.
     

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