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Scratch Build – In Progress [SPONSORED] Build #01 - CaseLabs Magnum THW10A: Bitspower ROG Monstrum

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  1. CSZModified

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    Intel Optane and Samsung M.2 PCIe SSDs in M.2 PCIe slots.

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    Combine Seagate Barracuda HDD with Bitspower HDD block.

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    The ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti videocard is assembled on a Bitspower GPU block.

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    ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti - Bitspower Waterblock Installation Part #01


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    Removing the heatsink from the Corsair memory modules with the Bosch PHG-600 Heatgun and PCB mounts the Bitspower aluminum heatsink is mounted. A little below shows the 4 memory modules in the full glory of the Bitspower RAM block.

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    Yes, CaseLabs computer case were the best on the market, unfortunately stocks are running low on the Bestcases.eu webshop, but there are still some to buy. We hope that someday somebody will be able to reactivate and make their products available to the market.
    Yes, RAM modules are water-cooled, almost everything. Why? Because that's how I planned my first project. :rock::grin::grin:
     
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    Nice projectlog so far ! Yeah Caselabs made the best cases so let´s prey that they´ll come back one day. When will you upload the next update of the build process ?
     
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    Hi bundymania! :grin:

    I've slipped a lot on this one too, but there were problems, now all the pictures will be available in a nicely sorted way as it comes, because the pictures are back together and I have to organize them and resize the pictures completely. :)
     
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    I apologize to everyone that the project has been on hold for a long time, it will be closed soon and images will be uploaded continuously, but the project log images will be uploaded today and then for a short time nothing will happen, but the good news is I designed the project so that I would like to present it in a video that I want to speed up so that you don't have to watch it for hours. Then comes the finished project pictures, which I would like to pay more attention to, so that the final pictures are of the highest quality that I would like to achieve with a digital camera. Videos are made on a phone and I want to get the best video quality out of it, so that it is neither dark nor clear. What is important to note is that the project is ready and operational, but no problem since the operation, so I am completely stable and I am wondering for the CFX coolant whether the red coolant is discolored or blocks, reservoirs, pumps and other components what they are from the inside. I drain the reservoirs completely and circulate the system with distilled water, preferably for a few hours, then do this process again, then complete dismantling and maintenance, and take pictures of the blocks and other accessories from the inside. If the CFX coolants did not do any damage then I am lucky and have a smooth cleaning.

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    Internal washing of the radiators with Cillit detergent, the pictures do not show how much dirt I washed internally, but the liquid was also colored, then came a thorough flushing with distilled water which was done 6x so the radiators were completely clean inside and I also removed the detergent.

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    After cleaning both radiators, be quiet! Silent Wings 3 120mm PWM High Speed attaching fans to radiators and gluing Bitspower stickers. [​IMG]

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    Measuring and fixing the anchor points of the Bitspower reservoirs on the reservoir mount and measuring the pumps on the bottom cover plate as shown in the pictures. The pictures show you how to build the project step by step. [​IMG]

    -2x CaseLabs Reservoir Mount - Single

    -1x CaseLabs Top and Bottom Cover Plate for MAGNUM THW10 Case, Black
    -2x Bitspower Water TanK Z-Multi Ultra 250 (POM Version) / BP-WTZMU250P-CLBK
    -2x Bitspower D5 Vario Pump / BP-D5VP
    -2x Bitspower D5/MCP655 MOD KIT (Abrasive Red) / BP-D5MA-ARD

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    Installing and securing the PSU Corsair AX1500i to the PSU support mount and a few pictures of the location and cables.

    -1x CaseLabs PSU Support Mount - MAGNUM - Reversed, Gunmetal
    -1x Corsair AX1500i
    -1x CableMod ModMesh Cable Kit - Corsair series


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    Positioning, measuring and mounting of the aquaero 6LT USB controller and aquacomputer Splitter fan hubs on the motherboard tray.

    -1x aquacomputer Aquaero 6 LT USB Fan-Controller
    -2x aquacomputer SPLITTY9 Splitter – 9 Fans/Aquabus

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