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[Case Gallery] Euphoria - Watercooled CM 690 II Advanced system

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by aquariuz, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. aquariuz New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Mobo - EVGA Nforce 780i SLI 775 board
    CPU - Intel Core2Quad Q9550
    RAM - 4GB (2x2) Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR2-800 (OC to 1100)
    GPU - 2 X EVGA GTS 250 512MB
    PSU - PC Power & Cooling S75CF 750W
    HDD - 150GB Velociraptor
    Case - CM 690 II Advanced

    Watercooling parts:

    Single loop -

    CPU block - Fluid XP's Vortex XP block (AKA DTek Fuzion Ver. 1)
    GPU blocks - 1) Swiftech MCW60 block 2) Danger Den Maze4 block
    Radiators - Top Rad - Swiftech 240mm, Bottom Rad - Black Ice Extreme 2 240mm
    Reservoir - Danger Den Rad Reservoir
    Pump - Danger Den CPX1
    Fluid - Feser One Orange
    Tube - Primochill 1/2" ID 3/4" OD

    Mods:
    Custom painted power supply; CCFL Lights on the top of the case.

    NOTE: This build is actually over a year old, built somewhere in mid 2010 but I have never uploaded the build to this site. Also, please do not judge based on hardware, as if you read below, this build was made using components I had laying around the house. With that, please rate and comment :) Thanks for looking.

    Here's another Watercooled system that I put together, this time for my personal use This system was assembled to allow me to have a much more portable unit for the purpose of Lan Parties.

    This build consist mainly of some of my older components. 90% of the parts came from my old Folding machine that I no longer do due to financial constrain. The only new parts in this system would be the case, the PSU and some of the watercooling parts. Please do not mind the horrible paint job on the PSU. That was done in a rush to finish the build ASAP for the Lan Party.
  2. ass4 New Member

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    I voted 1/10 because:

    the watecooler is a bad choise
  3. Mickael New Member

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    I voted 1/10 because:

    Xunning case
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    asusstriker New Member

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    I voted 10/10 because:

    I am voting 10 because of the people that voted 1, a counter balancer vote if you will.
  5. aquariuz New Member

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    Asusstriker, Thank you for your vote! :) And thank you to everyone else too for their "reasonable" votes! Ass4, why did you say the watercooler was a bad choice? And to Mickael, wat in the world is Xunning case??

    To voters, please comment as well to your votes so I may know where to improve. Thanks.

    EDIT: Well, just realized those two got banned lol.
  6. 1nf3rn0x

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    Very nice 9/10!
    Yes also some people like to troll the community by making bogus accounts and voting for stupid reasons :)
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    wow SEXY build IMHO, thumbsup!
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Interesting water color. Mayhem dye?
  9. Zekiel New Member

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    I voted 2/10 because:

    I don't like you PSU paint job and your color scheme and the color of your cooling fluid. It looks like olive oil!
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    I voted 8 of 10.... great looking visual build. Also fairly functional.... but if I were you I would have spent more money on better water cooling equipment (I.E. Water block for video card)

    But I love the color scheme
  11. aquariuz New Member

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    Feser Orange Liquid Coolant ;)
  12. aquariuz New Member

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    Thank you Rain! :) Well like I mentioned in the Build notes, this build, along with all the water cooling components, was done using old hardware laying around the house. Gone are the times when I can afford to spend a large amount of money on computer components, especially water cooling parts :D So I make do with what I have. Anyways, there isn't a full body waterblock for the GTS 250s lol.
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    Awesome water cooling rig.

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