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AmuseMe

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Turtlewax, why isn't your PCI-E bracket on the video card powder coated :( The first thing I did was take that sucker apart and have it done lol. Just spray paint it :)
 

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This RASA kit seems pretty good. Can you put a picture from the front of the case?

no prob!
Kit performs really well. i5 750 @3.9ghz, idle at 29-32c (22ambient) loads at 50ish.
love water cooling. Going to push this chip a little.



More to come as I complete the build.
 

TokeR

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Finished this build a few months ago. This is my first water cooling build, the pictures were taken pretty recently, I want to make some changed like add the GTX480 to the loop but just going to put that on hold for a little bit.

Something I have changed now looking at the photo is the way the hose connects to the pump I now have these better looking black hose clamps on it instead of the zip ties.


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Just to show what it looks like in the dark:


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Please excuse the poor photography I am not at all good with a camera :haha:
 

turtletrax

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You dont find the aluminum board on top of the PS to sag? If it does sag - what did you make up to hold it in place?

It did initially sag, but with how hard I had my tubing bend to make it from my pump to my rad allows me to basically use the gromet to pressure fit it and hold it up. Worked perfect.
 

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Does this count????? ;)













Had been running a Hyper 212+ on that, but wanted something that would easily switch between platforms when/if I decide to swap out motherboards. This seemed to fit the bill and offers similar cooling to the hyper 212+. (Zap straps = the new Duct Tape.......).​
 

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HTGPC Lian Li PC-C32B water cooled

As the title reads HTGPC Lian Li PC-C32B water cooled
 

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