Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by kier, 6 Jul 2011.
That tubing is how watercooling should be done.
This looks extremely nice! Great job! i have been followng this very closely... im glad i did, Well done mate!
Wow! Nice Build! Look stunning....
Thnx you guys, and thank you Bit-tech for the motm nominee
I gotta tell you. You won me over with that pict of your wiring to the mobo a little bit ago. Now seeing the care you've put into the watercooling connector alignments and tubing.... man 'o man.. this is a beauty all around! Not used to broadcasting my vote but you got it!... heading there now
Thank you my friend, I think it's not only the outside, but the inside and details needs just as much attention.
Thank you for the vote
congrats on motm, got my vote, and by the way you're winning
Its the straight pipework that makes the difference with the watercooling.
Another visual feast of a build... You really know how to make a clean system.
I think we should see some Kier and MnpcTech teamwork in the next mod!
I have been browsing these forums for a while now, your case has forced me to register just so I can compliment you on what an amazing job you have done. Your attention to detail is phenomenal and the worksmanship is unsurpassed.
You have gotten me thinking on what case I should try to mod! (probably destroy!)
Keep up the brilliant work.
Thank you very much, just start modding my friend
Start small, measure twice before cutting and read as much as you can.
And I know you will succeed
Colours are right, neat and very clean. Awesome mod this.
Looks great your rig
Out of curiosity would a pair of 420 radiators instead of the 360s have enough room in that case with a PSU at the end?
As a 360 and 280 are comparable in respect to surface, would a pair of 280s give you even more room at the end? It seems to me that the grills in the case sides are 14cm in width. And you only need 4 instead of 6 fans.
Why are you not pulling in the air on one side of the case and blowing it out on the other?
Thnx, and yes it's possible to put two 420 rads and a psu
Only 2 x 280 rads? but there,s a lot of space left then, to much I think
I dont want the "hot" air coming out the first rad into the second one
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I'm not really a fan of the carbon look.
But this is just hands down epic! Which is also why I voted for you in MOTM.
And how you find time to just spit these amazing mods out all the time! Damn!
Looks good !but i dont think the hddcooling is necessary at all :/
Yeh I know but it looks great
the owesomest MOD! really its great!
i have some questions. how u can eject the DVD's???
you have explained how to make the aluminium pannels but u havent told the measures of it...
im buyng this case and i want to make the same mod (with some differences) if i want maked the pannels from you, un can do this? how many it cost me? thx
Great news......did almost all the sleeving, a hell of a job. Only a few more sata and usb
And I was busy with the loop in the lower section. used the Y fitting for draining and to the rad
Almost finished with the BP links
Maybe you've noticed but almost all the red on the motherboard is gone......pci-e, red button and the red sata. Did this with black film
Next step is to make a slot in the tray for some cables like the power led, switch, usb and other stuff
So time for Dremel action
Placed the hardware back
Not finished yet, I mis the yellow line
So I've cut a piece of the yellow acryl
Again used some black film
Paste it and cut out the lines
And placed it on the tray
Still waiting for the last fittings, hopefully next week and then.....................fill up the TJ
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