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[Case Gallery] Liquid Fusion

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  1. BigJunit New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    AMD X2 5200+ @ 3.0Ghz / Nvidia Geforce 8800 GTS OC2 / 2GB OCZ Platimum DDR2 / ASUS Croshair 590 / 160gb Seagate / 400gb Freecom External / Duraband 5.1 Surround Sound / Razor DeathAdder Mouse / 22' HP Widescreen / Custom Watercooling / Custom Temp Monitoring & Fan Control

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    Stripped case / Repainted / Custom Window Top & Side / Custom Front Panel / Watercooling Installed / Custom Led Ligting / LCD Display On Side Panel / Custom Cable Managment

    My first watercooled case. Very happy with results and was well worth the 4 months of summer missed out on due to be locked away in the garage. I wanted to build a system with average specs that would never suffer from overheating and be near silent. I only use one 120mm fan on radiator @ 5v and the PSU fan so the system is almost silent and the CPU temp under full load has never exceeded 35'c. So I am very happy

    Comment positive and negative welcomed , Thanks For Looking
     
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    Beautiful 10
     
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    very,very,nice..now make one for me..:)
     
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    That is one mean looking case! Looks sweet!
     
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    nice build, man. really clean. watercooling is tidy and looks very efficient. good lighting. 9/10
     
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    It looks sweet, did you use tubing for the wiring? Looks like you did, good idea, gets them darn cables out the way and looks nice!
     
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    looks really good 10/10 =]
     
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    perfect. 10/10
     
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    Awesome!
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    10/10
    looks beautifull
    btw, 7600gtx???
     
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    Very nice and looks kick ass but i think it has too many tubes.
     
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    Nice,...blue always looks trick.9/10
    The tubes are part of the whole mod,they work 4 me.
     
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    10/10 Bru...
    Like the sands of the hourglass this the case mods of our lives.
    Gr8 job with the plexi glass and water cooling btw.
    Tubing mixing with the blue light looks astonishing.
     
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    Excellent work! Very impressed with the wire management :)
     
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    Wow thanks for all the positive replys, very much appriciated.

    @ Alcpone - the tubing round the wires is actually air hose for fish tanks, it does seem to work well and is just the right size.

    @ pt - Yeah my bad, 7600 GT OC
     
  16. BigJunit New Member

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    For anyone interested in the lighting / wiring in the case I have posted a short guide Here

    Hope you find it useful
     
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    yeah specs are a bit of a let down to the system, but are not that important to me.
    I enjoy the design and build part of the project and dont use the system for anything special, just a small amount of gaming and downloading.

    Perhaps the next one will be alittle higher spec, but not much as I have no need for a high end machine.
     
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    pt not a suicide-bomber

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    the specs are great in my opinion, but that 7600gtx is a typo right?
     
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    yeah should read NVIDIA BFG GeForce 7600GT OC 256mb

    Whe I move eveything to a new case I hope to build shortly I hope to upgrade the CPU to an AMD 64 X2 and hopefuly drop in a Nvidia 8800 320mb (not sure which one yet) That should beef things up abit.

    Thats why I brought that motherboard - should be good for about 4 months LOL
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    No NO its BAD ASS!!! 10/10
     
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    I voted 5/10 because:

    man u need to do a cable management and make something diferent :p
     
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    Liquid cooling question

    Hey thats a really nice set-up there. i was wondering if u have had any problems with your liquid cooling system. i was thinking about getting one for my camputer. im prettty sure i have the same MOBO as u (ASUS M2N32 SLI Deluxe) or pretty close. because right now my CPU at full load is running about 71-73 degrees which is hot (so i have heard) im just worried about space though (I have a Raidmax RX-9 gaming case) it has a lot of space but i dont know if everything will fit inside it. if you have any suggestions for please e-mail me at saltinekraker2001@yahoo.com
    thank you and you have a siiiick comp!
     
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    10/10 VERY VERY nice box love the colors!


    chris
     

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