Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jan 5, 2016.
i new i will vote november as ROTY as soon as i saw it, but i liked few others: july, december.
January has my vote. Great design!:thumbup:
Thanks for the great support for my build guys some stiff competition.
Personally I loved both October, and November - great builds!
Tough choices. Voted January.
sorry, november, but all those unnecessary right angle adapters were the tipping point. meanwhile he said it was worth ~$7k from the custom work! bet your bottom dollar mike could make something even nicer for that amount
November and Dicember builds caught my attention...
they deserve :thumbup:
Oktober gets my vote.
March is nice too, but cant fit knees under the table.
come back to thread...mike isnt winning
Unnecessary is a matter of opinion:banana:
I said it would cost around 6-7K to replicate, since there is a lot of CNC machined parts, which for most people costs a lot to get made as they do not exactly just "know a guy".
Some guy asked what it would cost, and I replied. There is some stupid high-end components in the machine that is not exactly needed by the average Joe that drives the price way up.
Exactly my reaction as well!
Thanks for the votes everyone! Really tough competition and I loved all of the builds. Also very happy to see another Dane in the competition (ottetal) with his insane cramped build.
I look forward to seeing what crazy stuff the new year will bring!
Thanks everyone who voted August 2015
Man, your build was by far the best of this year, the poll result speak for itself!
Thanks man! I really like how compact yours is as well!
Cant reply to your PM as I do not have enough posts
So I will reply here:
Regarding the many 90´s killing flow rate:
To be honest, I have built so many watercooled rigs that I have lost count, and have never really seen a performance difference with high flow rate. I have my single D5 pump on setting 1 right now, and the water is BARELY moving around, yet I see no performance increase when I pump it up to 5 (monitoring it with the Aquaero).
D5 pumps are beasty, so lots of 90´s are not really an issue.
sorry i forgot about the low post count thing heheh i would have just posted here
my 655 ranges from ~5-15LPM depending on pressure (my loop is not very restrictive so i just keep the flow rate @p2) so there is a pretty big difference...that being said, higher flow rates are only going to net you a slightly lower idle & a couple degrees knocked off load...so if your temps are fine, who cares!
like i said before it looks really sharp, dont mind my joking. my setup is an eyesore in comparison :devil:
Thanks guys for the votes to my january rig, it was a big effort to me. It is nice to see you liked it