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Dazmode

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Nice , clean build. No clamps.

I think GTZ should be at 90 degrees from your position..??
 

biff

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Sweet! I'm liking this black tubing people are using these days.

WOW that's a lot of work on the sleeving!
 

lowfat

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Difference is only about 1-2c, so you may want just to leave it as is...
Not going to bother likely. It seems to be holding well enough @ 4.4GHz.

Sweet! I'm liking this black tubing people are using these days.

WOW that's a lot of work on the sleeving!
I do like the black tubing as well. And I must say I do love Primochill tubing. It is the first time I've used it in about 4-5 years. And I remember how well it holds to the fitting. It is nearly impossible for me to remove the tubing w/o cutting it off the fitting.

This is actually the third power supply that I've sleeved in the past two weeks. At about 20 hours a piece it is a very good way to pass the time :biggrin:
 

miggs78

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Welcome back to the dark side Lowfat.. As always very clean build. So you used the Stacker case again.. Nice :)
 

lowfat

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Welcome back to the dark side Lowfat.. As always very clean build. So you used the Stacker case again.. Nice :)
The stacker has been sitting in a box in my backroom for nearly a year now. I pulled it out, and really hated the huge hole in the bottom where I had the radiator before. I couldn't just leave it empty :biggrin:

That is one of the prettiest and cleanest builds I've ever seen. Top work lowfat.
yeah great build, lots of patience! well done.
Thanks.
 

Shellburst85

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My Custom Armor Build!

Hello all,

So i finally got some time to post my new liquid cooled rig. its been built for about a month now and it's running great.

Here are the specs.


  • Thermaltake Armor (painted black inside)
  • AMD Phenom x4 9850 BE
  • Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe
  • 8GB OCZ Reaper 1066MHz
  • ATI 4870x2
  • ATI 4870
  • Thermaltake liquid cooling systems (almost 3 of them put together)
  • -Aqua Bay
  • -BigWater 735 with single 120mm radiator (Coolermaster R4 fan)
  • -Dual 120mm Radiator (from another Thermaltake system)
  • -Using Coolermaster R4 fans.
  • -Dual Pump and resevoir System
  • Enermax Galaxy 1000W PSU
  • 2 WD raptors Hard Drives (150GB each)(raid 0)
  • 1 Samsung Spinpoint 500GB Hard Drive
  • LG DVD Drive

This build took about a week to put together once the parts came in. Those red switch covers, cover the switches for the cathodes. 3 UV lamps and 1 Blue cold cathode. In case you all are wondering where the dual 120mm radiator is, it's in the front being held up by the hard drive caddy. This Armor case is the original Armor, not the pre-Liquid cooled one.
 

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