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Case Mod - In Progress [Worklog] Dragon v2.0 Almost done... new grafics card

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by aRkangeL, 20 Jul 2011.

  1. aRkangeL

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    This project is sponsored by:
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    Hardware:
    Cpu: Intel i5 3570K @ 4,7Ghz
    Mobo: Asrock Z77 Extreme 6
    Rams: Kingston Genesis 2000 16Gb
    SSD: Kingston HyperX 3K 120Gb
    VGA: Asus DirectCU II GTX 580
    Sound Card: Asus Xonar Phobues coming
    Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D
    PSU: Antec TPQ 1200W OC edi.

    Waterccoling:
    CPU block: EK Supreme HF Acetal
    VGA block:
    Rad CPU loop: Thermochill PA 120.3
    Fans:Gentle Typhon 1850
    Rad VGA loop: EK-CoolStream RAD XT (240)
    Fans: Phobya 1500 Nano-G 1500rpm
    Pump #1: Jingway DP-1200
    Pump #2: Jingway DP-1200
    RES Cpu loop: FrozenQ
    RES VGA loop: EK-Multioption RES X2 - 100 Basic
    Connectors: Bitspower Carbon Black & Deep red


     
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  2. aRkangeL

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    The mobo will be other but i take some photos with this only to show some ideas!
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    Today i have received some stuff from my friend Stefan from Djungelapa.se

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    Thanks Stefan for your big help!

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  4. KiiYzOo

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    nice one m8 :D
    I like how your writing too :p
     
  5. aRkangeL

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    Thanks,

    Oh my english is very bad!:wallbash:
     
  6. KiiYzOo

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    could just use google translate? :p
     
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    Are the feet you are going to put onto the bottom of the case metal or plastic? and how did you make all those holes for the each of the 24 pin cable to go through, it looks awesome.
     
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    LOL google translate sucks, but when Im sleepy I suck more!

    The case feets its for my other case, the lian Li.

    The holes for the24 pins i made it with some mesh and a drill!

    Now some photos of new arrivals, some of them to use in other project!


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    This is a nice looking mod but I can't help but think the main power cable would look better behind the tube/reservoir instead of in front of it. Sorry. Just my 2 cents.
     
  12. aRkangeL

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    Yeh, I have some ideas to change it!

    Lets see what i can do!
     
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    4 Pumps? two pumps per loop?

    Very nice work so far, but need moar!
     
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    Maybe, im thinking what can I do you it!
     
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    Some specs:

    DIVISION 2 BACKGROUND
    Patriot Part #: PXD38G1866ELK (2 x 4GB)
    Description: Viper Xtreme Series, Division 2 Edition DDR3 8GB 1866MHz Kit
    Warranty: Lifetime


    Patriot’s Viper Xtreme Series, Division 2 Edition memory kits are designed for Intel’s® 2nd Generation Core™
    processors. Engineered for PC Gamers and enthusiasts, the Viper Xtreme Division 2’s utilize a custom
    designed heatshield solution with an outer shield built around a copper core to provide enhanced
    cooling. Each module is tested and validated on the Intel® 6 Series platform to achieve maximum
    performance. These modules are engineered to reach PC3-15000 (1866MHz) at 9-11-9-27 timings and are
    available 4GB kits (2 x 2GB) and 8GB kits (2 x 4GB). Each module is 100% hand-tested and is backed by a
    full-lifetime warranty and industry leading customer service.


    Highlights of Division 2:
    - Tested and validated on P67 boards
    - XMP enabled

    Highlights of the new shields:
    - Copper insert across the DRAM chips & slim profi le extruded anodized aluminum outer piece
    - Slightly lower profi le than previous versions of the Viper heatshields
    - Modules are targeted and designed for performance enthusiasts and overclockers

    Aqui ficam algumas fotos!


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    Can we get more pics of the power supply area, especially of that panel you've made to cover it up.
     
  20. aRkangeL

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    I will do soon



    Today arrived a great PSU!!


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    A great Thanks to OCZ...


    Some Specs!


    850 Watts of Continuous Rock-Solid Power (940W Peak)
    +12VDC @ 71A Single Rail Design
    Ultra-Quiet 135mm Double Ball-Bearing, Thermally-Controlled Fan
    Ultra-High Efficiency (over 90%)
    80 Plus® Gold Certified
    Dual GPU-Ready
    5 year warranty backed by OCZ's exclusive
    PowerSwap Warranty replacement program.
    850W Connectors
    1 x 24-pin Main connector
    1 x 8-pin EPS12V
    1 x 4/8-pin CPU
    3 x SATA

    Modular
    4 x 6/8-pin PCI-Express
    9 x SATA
    3 x Peripheral
    1 x Floppy


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    Great PSU people.
     

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