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    WOW AT LAST!! DETON has showed his rig in FULL GLORY!!! you never showed us that rig! WOOHOO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    WOW AT LAST!! DETON has showed his rig in FULL GLORY!!! you never showed us that rig! WOOHOO
    Haha Yes Geralt is Right at last we managed to see what Deton's Dream Machine Looked Like
    and indeed a Dream Style Machine Nice Work ... very slick

    Cant wait for my 2nd Rad to arrive...then post some pics too

    Geralt...is yours ready for posting after that Golden Paint Job?
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    I'm glad you guys enjoy it. I have some more pic for MF board with fully water blocks on it. Unfortunately, some of the pics belong to the up coming EK blocks review so I don't want to spoil the review. Therefore, I won't release those pictures until the review published.

    @ Hesmelaugh, I use 3/8"ID & 1/2"OD vinyl tubing from HomeDepot (hardware store). It's way cheaper than Tygoon, easy to get at local store. I'm containly changing the setup often, can't afford the $2-$3 Linear foot tubing. I can get 20' of this tubing for under $10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I'm glad you guys enjoy it. I have some more pic for MF board with fully water blocks on it. Unfortunately, some of the pics belong to the up coming EK blocks review so I don't want to spoil the review. Therefore, I won't release those pictures until the review published.

    @ Hesmelaugh, I use 3/8"ID & 1/2"OD vinyl tubing from HomeDepot (hardware store). It's way cheaper than Tygoon, easy to get at local store. I'm containly changing the setup often, can't afford the $2-$3 Linear foot tubing. I can get 20' of this tubing for under $10.
    What model and size compression fittings do you use? I like the way it is set up and maybe for my next rig I will do something similar to this. you have inspired me to actually do some wire management and make it look neat and cool.
    and Damn Proud of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaganader View Post
    What model and size compression fittings do you use? I like the way it is set up and maybe for my next rig I will do something similar to this. you have inspired me to actually do some wire management and make it look neat and cool.
    Bitspower fitting, this one http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=393&product s_id=24276

    Bitspower has new line of fittings called Black Sparkle, it has tinted (black) stainless steel, it's similar to Koolane fittings. They are pretty nice but double the price though

    Yeah, a case with cable routing holes make your case must neater especialy when you have water cooling setup. All the tubing will take up your case space at no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Haha Yes Geralt is Right at last we managed to see what Deton's Dream Machine Looked Like
    and indeed a Dream Style Machine Nice Work ... very slick

    Cant wait for my 2nd Rad to arrive...then post some pics too

    Geralt...is yours ready for posting after that Golden Paint Job?

    there you go:

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    PSU area ( for Deton - still ned glasses???):



    mobo and NB cooling :


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    Geralt, what type of coolant/colour are you using?
    It looks must deep blue than my. I do have 2 UV lights but I decided not to turn use it, it doesn't look good with LED lights, unless I disable all the fan LED lights.

    When you turn the UV light the tubes turn into milky ocean blue.

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    milky ocean blue.... ROFL

    yup same her im usng plain 'ol feser blue but i have only one UV coz other one is dead...... I guess it looks better on pics than in reallity...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    milky ocean blue.... ROFL

    yup same her im usng plain 'ol feser blue but i have only one UV coz other one is dead...... I guess it looks better on pics than in reallity...
    I use Feser blue too but of course not the baby blue one.
    As you see in the pictures, the tubes look clear and blue but with the UV light turned on then it looks solid blue with a tint of white in it.

    Maybe I will try with the UV lights on by themself later on and take some pics.

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    I dont think it'll make any difference my one has exactly the same bule/white coulour under UV ( and i use only uv inside my case atm

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    I had a look once again on your setu Deton and couple of questions came to my mind:

    1. Is it one big loop??( from pictures it appears to be )

    2. Where the heck is pump(s?)?

    3. the 120 rad is it in push or pull config??

    4. on grpx dou you have a swiftech 4870 block or the standart block + ram sinks??

    5. Interior was already painted or this is your own job/ pro powdercoating??

    6. Did you ever considered a plain rad grill instead of the one you have ( cant remember the name)??

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    LOL ...only you notice this......actaully I would like my tubing and cables to be neater than this but I have no choice due to limited spacing, espeically where the pump and the tubing to the reservoir. See answer below.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    I had a look once again on your setu Deton and couple of questions came to my mind:

    1. Is it one big loop??( from pictures it appears to be )
    yes it is, 360 + 120 rads in series, the 120 will handle the CPU & NB before the coolant enter the grfx cards.

    2. Where the heck is pump(s?)?
    beside the PSU stuck behind all the cables

    3. the 120 rad is it in push or pull config??
    pull, the 3 LED fans are pushing and I have another 3 more fans on top in the shroud for pulling. The reason I configed this way because I have only one 120 intake fan at mid section (grfx). This fan mostly to cool the grfx cards by pushing hot air pass thru the vented PCI slots. Can you see it?
    All the fans of 360 rad will exhaust the hot air from mobo heatsinks/ram, naturally hot air rasises.

    4. on grpx dou you have a swiftech 4870 block or the standart block + ram sinks??
    Two MCW60 blocks with ram sinks, because I already had one MCW60 block and it only cost me another $60 for the second one, if I go for full cover blocks it will cost me triple for Crossfire setup and the 4870 non reference block are not widely available yet.

    I also can reuse these blocks all over over again in the future because I already used this block with Nvidia card too. I'll post some pics of these block sometime later on if you interested?

    5. Interior was already painted or this is your own job/ pro powdercoating??
    painted matte black, some parts you see are still bare aluminum (HDD, Mid Intake fan housing, back vertical frame) because these area where I constaint work around it so I leave them bare because paint will easily scratches. Unless you powder coating and baked it then it will last longer but $$$$$$$$

    6. Did you ever considered a plain rad grill instead of the one you have ( cant remember the name)??
    Yes, I though and looked into it before I decided to use Koolance rad shroud. There are none of available grills out there will fit in that top area because the stock opening must wider, the standard fan grills won't cover the opening, only the Koolance shroud does. Unless I custom make one but too much work and it cost the same or less as getting one from Koolance.


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    Here are some pics of my new test-rig. The hardware shown is still the "old" 775 stuff that will soon be replaced by i7.






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    Very nice custom bench there, great job!

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    @ Hes,
    Who manufacture that test bench?
    It's damn nice, it makes my test bench ashame

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    I think he got it custom built?

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