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Post your WaterCooled PC pics here thread

Varroa

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Here is an updated pic of mine. Since the last time I have removed the CPU loop and added a Coolit ECO instead.

You know, the more I use this case, the more I am beginning to hate it. The wire management sucks and the cooling is mediocre. Before I tried the ECO I also tried a OCZ Ven II and it was SO close to my VGA cooling pipes that I didn't feel comfortable (1-2 mm clearance when facing down) so I got the ECO and I couldn't be happier!

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lowfat

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I hate to post my rig anywhere near that gorgeous Cl(M)ean Machine but I sleeved my PSU (partially) and simplified my cooling loop so I thought I'd post. I never thought I'd ever see time time or patience again to do sleeving so I'm pleased with my small accomplishment.:biggrin:

Sorry for the crappy pics- I wasn't patient enough to get good light.
The aquamarine blue sleeving looks fantastic. Every time I look at my blue/black power supply I've recently done I am very pleased.

Anyways here is my current system. Waiting on RMA'd R3E then i will do a nice clean rebuild.
 

miggs78

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The aquamarine blue sleeving looks fantastic. Every time I look at my blue/black power supply I've recently done I am very pleased.
I agree with lowfat, Babr.. that blue/black combination looks slick.. I love it.. :thumb:
 

OneManHitSquad

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Sugo 03 water cooling

hahaha...CPU , NB , GPU all under water...what?...crazy!...I know!

*1 120mm raditor is not quite enough-had to sandwich it with 2 120 fans *more 90's than i would have liked *fun project *broke 4 shoe horns getting stuff in there *Koolance 100% shutoffs are the bomb *the plan was to get everything "inside" the case










 
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FlyZ

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Redid my loop and installed my AX750.
The PSU is quite small but I figured a little more room wouldn't hurt so a PE-01 was installed.

Still missing 2 rotary 90s to tidy up the loop though...

 
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