Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by p0Pe, Dec 31, 2009.
good luck, looks great so far, are you going to cut any pattern in to the top bit?
Thanks Bo$$! And no, the top is going to be plain as you can see in this next little update
How the parts looked before paint
And how they looked after!
The fillport. Sits quite flush
And the aquaero installed, now without screws or anything
Took quite some sanding to get this 2 mm steel plate to get the right shape
Not long until the final shots now
Can't believe I have missed this build
We are nearing christmas eve, and the end result of one and a half years work was celebrated in a dark room in a small town´s photography club. With a coke in the hand, and the intence cold outside the light was turned on, the backdrops rolled down and the camera set to "on". The tripad was set up, dors shut, and then the clicks were going for 3 hours. A little chit chat in between made a good atmosphear, and the thought about having to go outside in -18 degrees to pick a christmas three didnt hurry things up.
Before i go on to the mod, and the final pictures, i would like to thank a few people who have helped me out a great deal with this project!
Dennis from Sign-1 have been really great at helping me with getting my files cut out, in whatever material i might choose, and Bo from skjern photography club for helping me with the setup for the final pics.
But lets get to it:
Mobo: EVGA P55 LE
CPU: Intel i5 750
Ram: 8GB Mushkin Ridgeback
GFX: Radeon 4870x2
PSU: XFX 850W black edition
HDD: Corsair F60 ssd
Controller: AquaComputer Aquaero + powerbooster
Monitoring: AquaComputer flowmeter + temp sensor
CPU block: AquaComputer Cuplex Kryos
Pump: Laing DDC 18W
Reservoir: Custom LUND PomPlex PC-Beto Edition
Fittings: Bitspower Matte black compression fittings
GFX Block: Bitspower 4870x2 blok
Radiator: HWLabs Black Ice GTX 420
Fans: Noiseblocker PK3
But enough of the talk. Lets get to the pictures! I wont say very much, but let them speak for themself. I hope you enjoy them!
That was all from me for now. I am planning something new in 2011, but lets see how far that one gets It have been a pleasure having these worklogs up, and reading all of your comments, so for that, i would like to thank all the users out there who have given me motivation to make this what it have become!
And last, but not least, i would like to give a HUGE thank to the sponsors who have helped making this build what it is!
Looks freaking awesome man! Very professionally done. I like it.
I have to say this is the best pic. It make the PC almost seem monolithic!
that flow sensor is awesome!!
great build as well. looks amazing!!
Thank you very much, for doing this build log, and sharing with us!
Holy crap... I'm jealous. Looks incredible.
Awesome work dude...
Thank you all, and sorry for totally forgetting to come back and say thanks for the support!
I am happy to say that PC-Beto is featured on the front page of bit-tech
I also finished the video of the mod, so that this is up to date! You might have seen some of it before, but this is the finished version!
I know declare PC-Beto officially done
awesome work men.... your build will give some ideas to use in my future build...
Thanks you two! Matrixlord, GL with it I hope it turn out great!
it came out so f#@king crazy!! Love it!!
Wow this is truely amazing! only if they had green tubing that would look that lil bit better
so......when you updating the hardware??
Haha bo$$, i wont
All new hardware will go into the M8 project!
This is still one of the most amazing PC mods I have ever seen. Great work!
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