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Case Mod - In Progress Super Monsta

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by SuperMiguel, 31 Oct 2014.

  1. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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    hehe i will plug it soon, and check how many watts im pulling
     
  2. Bartacus

    Bartacus Member

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    Let us know what country you're in so we can look for you when the blackout makes the news. :D This is insanity, but a good insanity!
     
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  3. jodah175

    jodah175 Wannabe Modder

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    While I applaud over the top builds, this goes well beyond that. You went from Ludicrous speed to plaid! XD I'm sure your electric company will absolutely love you!


    ninja edit: Who on this planet still uses 56k?! o.0
     
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  4. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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    Im in USA my electric bill will prob go up $5 if that per month, not that much honestly,
     
  5. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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    So the Monsta is alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJmokKfWiUk

    Sorry for the ****ty video

    Also missing few fittings here and there... Will buy them tonight... Stupid math always wrong :p

    On the previous videos all rads are installed, all tubing done... Running all rads with all 4 pumps, with out any waterblock (ie CPU, GPU)

    Results without any blocks/heat sources

    Flow : ~500L/h

    Room Temperature: 21.85 C

    Loop Temperature 22.7 C without fans

    Loop Temperature 21.88 C with fans

    Running all 80 fans at (6V ~700RPM + 4 Pumps) + Aquaro 6 = 140W using kill-a-watt

    On the video the system was loud because the amount of bubbles it had inside, but now that it has less it is near silent... every few minutes i would hear bubble noise, but not ofter... The only thing i can hear if i get very close to the system is the impeller inside my flow meter... But im sure once i add my blocks it will be gone since flow rate will decrease.
     
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  6. jodah175

    jodah175 Wannabe Modder

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    where in the us so i can move there and get cheap rates? XD Electricity isn't cheap in CT, lolz


    lookin good in the vid though. How long did it take to bleed completely?.
     
  7. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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    about 1h, but i still have air inside, havent found a true way to bleed it
     
  8. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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    Getting there:

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  9. Phame

    Phame COOOOFFFFEEEEE

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    :thumb: Dude, that is mental.
     
  10. SuperMiguel

    SuperMiguel New Member

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  11. Nutman

    Nutman Never stuck with stock

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    You've put in a lot of nice 'n expensive hardware. That's always nice!

    But, are you going to do any actual modding?
     

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