Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Aug 21, 2007.
And G5 Rev.2
Just used a dremil on my Antec 900.
Much better cable routing now.
much better.. very nice
dam, those enermax galaxy are monstrous =P
The pump needs to be moved above the graphics cards, haven't had time to make a bracket yet. A little bit of wiring to do too:
A close fit:
A bit ghetto, I know:
Something went weird with the uv coolant, need to drain the loops and refill without zerex this time, maybe that's what caused it. CPU loop is supposed to be orange lol
JEBUS, thats crazily cool morbias awesome set up
THREE LOOPS?!?! Damn man thats pretty awesome !.
Morbias, I think you are crazy to have your pump like that. Yet, is that actually three loops ????? Also I could not stand having a computer like that, to "Ghetto"(Quote from you).
yeah, I wouldn't like to hang it at the top of a generic case I think it would bend it a little.
The psu is the same length as the gfx cards and certainly doubles the weight of the case.
Also, although its a modular psu the basic connectors are already hard wired to the supply and for everything I use I haven't plugged anything extra in and have a mighty large box full of cables.
@morbias nice computer
MY EYES ARE BURNING; THE BRIGHT LIGHT!!! haha jk but thats a sick set up!
That looks like Carnaval or Circus de Soleil....lol
My Raidmax Sagitta
you can tell the hard work in that rig
lol yeah circus de' sole'
Cheers guys, I need to do something about that ram cooler though, it's too big and chromey, and I'll probably replace the front rad fans with a couple of these.
It's all set up for some filthy e8400 action now, these e6600's suck way too much power, I finally managed to overload my 1000VA ups yesterday which is good for up to 670W
[EDIT]Ultima_Warrior, what happened to your PSU?
Hey guys, been a while since i posted some pics but my TJ07 just arrived the other day and been slaving away at this build for 2 days now mainly because i wasnt prepared very well anywayz here u go:
Tell me what you think and any suggestions would be appreciated
The specs are as follows:
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.6ghz 1.4v(BIOS)
Gigabyte GA-X38_DS5 motherboard
4GB OCZ Reaper PC-6400
XFX 8800GTX with HR03 PLUS
2x 74GB WD Raptors
2x 250GB Maxtors
1x500GB Seagate 32mb cache
Samsung 16x Dual Layer DVD Burner
Silverstone Decathlon 750watt modular PSU
Silverstone TJ07 Black with window panel
Watercooling consists of:
Apogee GTX Bowed
Swiftech Micro res
Swiftech MCP-655B pump
With the Q6600 @ 3.6ghz i get 30 idle and 45 load (Celcius)
Hi morbias i managed to get your RAD mounted to the back of my PC at the moment my PC is lying in bits RMAIng the motherboard to ebuyer monday, yeah turns out its the motherboard not my PSU ill have to update my profile, BTW three loops thats crazy im really having some crazy ideas for my watercooling now ive seen yours. Ive actually decied to use deionised water mix with some blue UV dye as its cheaper than conventional watercooling liquid.
Heres an update on my rig progress, cleaned the watercooling parts and assembled what i can just waiting on a replacement mobo.
last week I got my new MB and new CPU everything is up and running so here are my new pics. I was able to overclock my Q6600 up to 3200Mhz and keep a decent temp on it with my current cooler, this chip can do a lot more but my temps were too crazy to keep.
I changed the NB fan for the EVGA 780I motherboard
I cant get my camera to take a nice pic to show the cathode lights
Nice. Clean and simple!