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CypriUm - The Ultimate Water Loop Case

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by masbuskado, Jul 1, 2009.

  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    nicely done with the brackets man :toast:
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    Thanks man!!! :toast:
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    NP. You going to paint the brackets?
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    yes, black!!!! :cool:
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    awesome, that'll put the finishing touch on it :) Can't wait to see how that is going to look!
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    masbuskado New Member

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    Thanks a lot!!!
    I was planning to do something better but "simple stuff" work better! :D

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    I want to make an invitation but nobody reply to my post... don't know who to contact!!! as always... :p
  7. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    yeah, sometimes it's just better to keep it simple man. However, would you like to discuss what you had planned that was a little bit more complicated?
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    yeap!

    The 3 fan wil turn left or right it will depend where you want the air to blow...
    but the main plan was (I let it for a near future project) every fan can move independently one from the other and also turn left or right! but I wrapped up this baby is almost done with extras... so I'll take some time to finish my 2 other project hopefully win the CM Competition and the other Contest... :D
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    so basically fans that can be rotated you are saying?
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    yeap!
    every fan will rotate on its own!!! and all the 3 fan can move left or right together!!!
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    wow dude, thats awesome, I can just imagine it :rockout:

    Well, I'm out for the night. Goodnight ladies!
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    Testing the New Fan Setting...

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  13. Chicken Patty

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    brilliantly done my friend :toast:

    Looking good, like where the HDD got mounted ;)
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    Thanks!!!
    You may know me now... try to do things a little bit different!!! ;):cool::D
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes I do!! i've followed this log from the very beginning ;)
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    Nice work. Keep it up
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Thanks... I will...!!! ;):cool:
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    Finally after 2 weeks smashing my head in the walls finally found the final CM part... sooo... now this is what you will see in the next pictures 2x Cooler Master Socket 370 Heatsinks but what I'll in the next few post... is a Custom Ram Cooler :D so that confirm my entry to the CM Case Modding Comp. as I don't need anything to enter the NMC-Case Modding Showdown 09 this proyect will be completed after I make the Custom Ram Cooler :D the final piece of the puzzle... so excited...!!! Probably I'll start to build the cooler tonight jejejeje... 11:20pm here in New York... 8/25/2009

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    Here is the Build Log of the Custom Ram Cooler!!!

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    Now I'll paint it black...!!! and will add some LEDs...
    That's tonight... so stay tuned!
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    So here is the Complete Custom Ram Cooler!!!
    Enjoy it!

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    Loookin' good man. REALLY good. So how far is the project completed percentage-wise you would say?
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    Thanks!
    Project is almost done...!!! the only thing left is attach the side panel and connect the lights... so is 92% completed!!! ;):cool:
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    Custom Fan Cooler preview.

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    So I decided to remove all possible heat from the case, everyone knows that the hard drive, PSU and even the Pump radiate heat so I figured out how to keep the loop at a very nice temp by keep cool those components.

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    CypriUm Mega-Update

    - Making the Video Card Bracket
    - Converting the P4 Connector to 4x 3 Pin Connectors
    - Painting and Mounting the 3x 120mm Fan Loop Cooler

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    Nice update!
    Looking really good :rockout:
    Crunching for Team TPU

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