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

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

  1. RedManc

    RedManc New Member

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    You need not explain anymore! :D
    Its looking great Kier, as for the cover of the red parts, have you just covered them with film and cut it to fit ? a little yellow film might be cool ... :thumb:
     
  2. ciberjack

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    hi man tsih mod is awesome!

    is great the slim line dvd-r, but i have not understand how you can eject the discs without any button?!?!?... :?
     
  3. HourBeforeDawn

    HourBeforeDawn a.k.a KazeModz

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    Awesome and Im glad your doing a manifold setup with the GPUs so each block gets the same temp fluid passing through it.

    Just gorgeous.
     
  4. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    Sorry for the noob question, but I just can't grasp how that manifold setup works?!

    Could anyone explain to me how the water flows through those GPU blocks? :)

    Edit: Spent 10 minutes looking at it, and the second I post this, my mind get's it! :lol:

    But it DOES require a pretty high flow from the pump to fill all 3, doesn't it?
     
  5. kier

    kier -----------------

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    Just a little small update about the cables and the hdd's
    Finally I got my hdd's in, 4TB is enough for this build

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    There's also a OCZ vertex 2 ssd 120 GB coming in for the OS
    So installed all the hdd's and routing the sata and power cables
    A small piece of the power is visible, but this is gonna be sleeved

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    All the power cables are between the hdd bracket and the drive bay

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    So almost no cables visible

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    All the sata's are going to be sleeved and placed like this

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    The power led, usb and other cables are placed behind the slide-out bracket (dont how it's called)

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    This is it for the weekend. Greetings my modding friends
     
  6. kier

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    There's gonna be water passing the in- and outlet from the gpu,s. But not that much I think
    the good thing is that all gpu's gets the same temps like HourBeforeDawn said
    If the passing flow is to much I can always close two fittings from the second gpu
     
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  7. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    I understand how it works now! :)

    I'm just wondering if the last card in the serie get's most flow through it?
    Then the second card would get medium flow, and the first card would get the least flow.

    I'm guessing that liquid will take the shortest route it can...

    Not sure.. But the build looks frikkin awesome! :thumb:
     
  8. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    I've seen people do it this way in numerous builds, so I guess it works fine?

    But I've also wondered about it - I guess the water pressure splits equally into every opening, providing the openings are all the same size?
     
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  9. kier

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    Sorry mate, didnt see this question before :blush:

    I have an external wiring from the original eject

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    The power button on top of the case is going to be my eject, the one in front is my powerbutton
     
  10. kier

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    Update: First loop filled

    Finally all the acryl pipes are connected. Had some difficult issues with a few fittings
    but it came out fine

    Like the connection on the full cover block

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    But..........everything is connected now

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    Made some changes to the GPU loop, instead of the BP rotery snake I've used some more crystal link tubes

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    Time for the liquid.

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    And one loop filled.

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    The plan was to do the second loop also............but made a mistake
    Need to order some more Feser because I dont have enough for the second loop

    So to be continued :thumb:
     
  11. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    The plumbing looks great, really neat and tidy. The coolant reminds me of puss lol.
     
  12. r1sKas

    r1sKas Orange or White? Lets mod!

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    That liquid looks like a banana juice :D

    You got a explendid system over there m8 ;)
     
  13. Gentleman_Dingo

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    I love the coolant color, it works well with the black overlaying the acrylic.
     
  14. kelmannen

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    high class on this one! :thumb:
     
  15. Neilc

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    really enjoying seeing this build coming on - its definitely inspiring me to do my own scratch build.
     
  16. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Very very niiice.
     
  17. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    Really like this and yellow fluid is sooo cool to look at - however, it looks like it could use just a TAD more red dye to match the acrylic 100%, or is it just the camera playing tricks on me?
     
  18. HourBeforeDawn

    HourBeforeDawn a.k.a KazeModz

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    ya the plumbing is fantastic
     
  19. Fizzban

    Fizzban Man of Many Typos

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    A feast for the eyes!
     
  20. Kasius

    Kasius Bringing the dremolition

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    So, so profoundly awesome! :dremel:
     

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