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    Talking My Crazy Build

    Wasn't sure where to post this so figured here was as good a place as any... lol
    Just some pics and spec's of my recent build

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    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 1333FSB 12mb Cache (over clocked to @ 3.7GHz)
    Asus P5E3 Premium Wifi @n S775 Intel X48
    8GB's of Corsair DDR3 XMS DHX PC3-12800 1600Hz
    Sapphire Radeon HD4870x2 2GB GDDR5 PCIE 2XDVI 700/900MHZ

    2x Western Digital Caviar 500GB 7200RPM S300 16MB RAID Edition 2's (RAID 0 Stripes)
    1x Western Digital Caviar 500GB S300 16mb 7200rpm (storage drive)
    LG Electronics 20x DVD+/-RW/RAM SATA Black

    Thermaltake Black Kandalf Case (Liquid Cooling System)
    Thermaltake Toughpower 1200w Modular PSU
    Thermaltake Aquabay M1

    Iiyama 24" Wide PLB2403WS-B1 <2ms HDMI TFT

    Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 v2
    Wacom Intuos 3 A5 Wide Tablet
    Logitech X-530 5.1

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    Extra 120mm Thermaltake LED fan on hard drive caddy.
    Replaced upper 90mm internal fan with new Thermaltake LED fan
    OCZ Ram cooler (dual 60mm fans with blue LEDs)
    Asus passive coolers for Mosfets
    Extra tubing for aquabay
    UV LED behind aqua bay
    2x AC-Ryan 30cm UV Cathodes
    4x AC-Ryan UV Blue SATA II Cables
    LOTS of black heat shrink and cable covers




















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    Thats One Crazy Mofo My Friend!

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    Hehe thanks its not finished yet, next plans are for...

    EK supreme CPU waterblock, EK Northbridge, Southbridge and Mosfet's blocks and an EK full cover block for the 4870x2.
    Switftech MCR-320 rad to upgrade the thermaltake one
    Blue UV water hoses, Blue UV coolant

    Then maybe an Alphcool double 5.25" blue LCD pannel to read out temp's etc... should fill the spare bays up
    And another set of UV cathodes.

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    Most excellent man, very nice. Does the blue glow keep you awake at night though?

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    I've got one question to you Rich: have you managed to screw in the pump with more than one screw? coz it was impossible with my Armour...

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    Ah yes, that problem with the Armor. DRILL a new one!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    I've got one question to you Rich: have you managed to screw in the pump with more than one screw? coz it was impossible with my Armour...
    Hahah yes! I got 2 in! Dont know what crazy blind man made the holes but they dont line up...
    It was even a sod to get the thermaltake power supply into the thermaltake case!!!
    And I couldn't fit the top 90mm fan because the of size of the PSU

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    Crazy build just got crazier... I'll post more pics and details later... sneak peak for now


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    rich are you still using p500 pump or you have two loops in there??

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    1 loop, yep still running the stock thermaltake pump.

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    and hows the performance of it?? As far as i can see u have 360 rad gpu block + cpu block + aquabay reservoir.. is that right??coz if it is i wont have to worry about extening my WC for another 240 rad and grfx block

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    I installed a lapped EK Supreme CPU waterblock to replace the standard Thermaltake one, didn't like the stock one but there was no cooling performance gain to be had from the swap as far as I can tell.



    Ive modified the Thermaltake Aquabay M1.
    Originally it had two high flow 3/8" barbs matching the rest of the Kandalf system but then a 6.4mm connecting pipe between the two sides of the Aquabay. So I used the spare 3/8" barbs from the old CPU block and replaced the smaller ones and fitted a new section of tube between the two.
    Yay high flow Thermaltake Aquabay M1!!





    I added a Thermaltake 92mm Blue LED below to the Aquabay to pull in some more air, the 120mm one at the bottom is on the hard drive cage.



    Ive replaced all the stock green tube with Feaser Blue/Clear UV 3/8" Tube and Mixed my own Blue UV Coolant using Feaser products.
    Ive also added another set of AC Ryan 30cm UV Cathodes



    Matches my AC Ryan SATA II cables now



    And yep theres a GPU waterblock tucked away down there but watch out for the full review and install guide on the PureOC homepage shortly



    Im using the stock Thermaltake triple rad that comes with the kandalf but Im gonna upgrade that to a Swiftech 320 at some point. The Thermaltake 500 pump seems to be doing a good enough job, dont know if I'll upgrade that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMcc View Post
    I installed a lapped EK Supreme CPU waterblock to replace the standard Thermaltake one, didn't like the stock one but there was no cooling performance gain to be had from the swap as far as I can tell.

    ....
    can you post your temp report in the cooling forum?
    EK Supreme has high flow restriction and 4870x2 dumping a lot hot heat and I'm asumming you have a 240mm rad and you're cooling a cpu and grfx. I'm estimating about 400w of heat need to be disipates in your loop and your rad is capable from 300-350w max. It also depends on the pressure drop on your pump as well. So your setup is a little bit under power, if you have them in two loops then your CPU and 4870X2 will thank you very much.

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    Deton what formulas do you use to find out how much heat a gpu or cpu produces? I want to learn how to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaganader View Post
    Deton what formulas do you use to find out how much heat a gpu or cpu produces? I want to learn how to do that.
    go to Water cooling guide sticky, I posted a online link PSU calculator, you can select the type of cpu or grfx card and it will tell you the power comsuming and use that as heat load. The explanation and formula how to calculating in the guide too.

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