Hello Fellow Modders I'm Nick. I just won Primochill's Pre-Production Wet-Bench
This is the Pre-Production Model, the final model will undoubtedly have some changes to it. Keep posted for video reviews, up close pics and to see what happens with it.
First off I would like to thank my sponsors
Enermax Technology Corporation
mod-smart.com | Innovative/Original/Now
And of course Frank N. Stein Thank you for my spot in your Booth at Quakecon 2013 and for Sleeving my Power Supply Cables.
Thank you very much for your support. It is greatly appreciated. :up
Processor - Intel i5 3470 3.2 Ghz
Motherboard - Biostar TZ77XE4
Ram - 16 Gb(4Gb X 4) G. Skill DDR3 2133mhz Ripjaws series RAM
Video Card - ??????
HDD - Seagate 250 Gb x 5
PSU - Ultra X4 750 Watt Modular(Sleeved by Frank N. Stein This mans work is sick wait till you see it later.)
Fans - Enermax T.B. Vegas Trio 120mm x 3(Thank you Enermax for your generous contribution to our build :up )
Water Block - Bitspower Summit EF Ice Blue Acrylic Top
Ram Block - Bitspower Blue Acrylic RAM module with Blue RAM sinks
Reservoir - Primochill CTR in Liberty Blue
Fittings - Primochill Ghost Compression 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD Anodized Blue
Monsoon 90 Deg. Rotary 3/4"
Bitspower 20mm Extender
Tubing - Primochill Advanced LRT in Brilliant UV Blue 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD
Pump - Swiftech MCP655 /w Bitspower mod kit(Blue)
Radiator - XSPC EX360 Pure Copper Compact High Performance Radiator
Fluid - Primochill UV Purple Intensifier Fluid
Sleeving - Mod Smart/Kobra sleeving in Black/UV Blue/Carbon (Thank you Frank N. Stein for sleeving my PSU for me.)
Lighting System - BSMODS.com 5050 Waterproof RGB LED strip with Wireless Remote
Power Switch - BSMODS.com Security Key Switch
Radiator Grill - Primichill 2 piece Rad Grill in UV Blue
The MOSFET and South Bridge cooler are this Sunburnt Orange color and that is not going to work with our theme so we are going to remove them and paint them Blue to go with our theme.
Taped up the Stainless rod that runs through the MOSFET heat sink and the contact point.
Going to be covering the I/O panel in Di-Noc Carbon as well as the Plate that covers the on-board sound card.
New Bitspower CPU Block & Ram Block in Ice Blue, XSPC RS360 Radiator and Primochill 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD Advanced LRT UV Blue Tubng.
Now we take the CPU Block apart so I can Put some Di-Nock on the Black part.
Now we do the same for the Ram Block.
Got the CPU and Ram Block in place.
First set up once I got it back home. The Ram Block and CPU Block are too close together so I have a Kink in the Run from the CPU outlet to the RAM inlet. Going to need to order some fittings to get rid of the kink. Using a back up power supply while I wait for my Cables to get back from Frank N. Stein
A short unboxing video of BSMODS.com 5050 RGB LED Strip
Got them installed not too shabby effect with the lights on.
But when we turn off the Lights.
Really Digging the effect of the Enermax T.B. Vegas Trio Fans. :up
Had to order some fittings to fix the Kink in the Tubing run from the CPU Block>RAM Block.
Ordered 1 Monsoon 90 Deg. rotary fitting(Anodized Blue) and 1 Bitspower 20mm Extension(Black they don't make Blue )
Yay another unboxing video
Got the first Monsoon 90 Deg. Fitting installed has to use a Bitspower 20mm Extender to get rid of the kink from the CPU Block to the RAM Block
Got the Swiftech MCP 655-B installed with the Bitspower Mod kit in Blue
got two more Monsoon 90 Deg. Fittings to go from the RAM Block to the Primochill CTR
Ok Got two more Mosnsoon 90 Deg fittings to go from the Primochill Pass-through to the CPU Block.(had to use a 40mm Bits power exstender to raise the fitting on the Primochill Pass-Through so its just as high as the CPU block fitting.
Ok got the last three Monsoon 90 Deg Fittings for the Pump and the Radiator.
Picked up a Primochill Vortex Flow indicator.
Here is an unboxing video.
Got the PSU in Ultra X4 750 Watt Full Modular
And of course This can't stay stock so we are going to cover it in Di-Noc
Now the cables are going to be Sleeved by the one and only Frank N. Stein. But I think the ends need to be sexified just a bit.
Cables just came in from Frank N. Stein super sexy I'm sure you will agree.
here is a little unboxing video for your viewing pleasure.
Frank this sleeving work is just phenomenal!!!!
Sleeved the Pump wires with some of the leftover Mod/Smart Kobra sleeving Frank N Stein sent me
I pulled the GPU's out of my 900D build to take some nice pics of Frank N Stein's sleeving work.
And now we fill the loop and leak test(always leak test with all the cables disconnected from the motherboard and GPU's. If possible use a different PSU for leak testing.)
Well guys that's it for now going to take me a couple months to save up the cash for the GPU's thinking of a couple GTX 760's.....
Hope you enjoyed watching as much as I have building. C-ya Later.