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  1. revenant New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    MSI K8N Neo4 Plat/SLi ~ A64 3500+ @ 2.5ghz (1.49v)
    2x 1gb Corsair XMS C2Pro @ 250 (2.5-3-3-7 1t 2.7v)
    2x MSI 6800GT @ 440/1050 (78.01 WHQL)
    Koolance and DangerDen liquid cooled

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    I bought a koolance pc3-725bk and went all dangerden for the blocks... a TDX and two maze4s... I did a lot of wire management and added some cool lighting...

    I have been very leery about going water cooling, worried about leaks mostly, but when I saw this koolance Exos II + lian-li v1000 pre-mod I loved it and decided to take "the plunge" as it were... anyways, I am extremely happy with the v1000 case, it's the best engineered computer case I have ever worked with... well worth the $$ if you can afford one. Anyways, the koolance exos II performs quite well with this case, because it breathes so well with all of the perferated surfaces. Air comes in from all directions and not only keeps the components cool, but allows a LOT of breating ability for the radiator intake... on full blast those two 120mm fans really move some air... on 1/2 way the machine is all but silent... hearing only a small fan noise... sounds more like "wind" really... not bad at all... performs well... cpu 30c idle and 36c full load... gpus 40c idle and 45c full load. :)

    3Dmark05 score: 10579
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=1232262
     
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    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    Sweet.
     
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    Awesome PC. Love that case, couldn't afford that Lian Li so I went with a PC-65B. I love it, I don't think I'll ever buy anything other than a Lian Li again. Nice job on the wires too.
     
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    Thanks for the comments! :) I am so happy with this build... The v1000 is awesome. I never knew I could be so excited about a case. lol. I am still dialing in the wiring and lighting... I need to get some better images up soon also.. I sort of threw those up and didn't check them... some are not formatted well. I'll post better ones today...
     
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    ok - some better images are up... and added some of the build also. :)
     
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    that is amazing carpet diffent colors working together the water cooling wires well placed im biulding mine i spent $600 on mods alone not to mention the time it doesn't look that good a can appreciate the work that went in it
     
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    UNBELIEVABLE. It looks like a pinball machine man, this is the opitomy of "blacklight" systems.
     
  8. Italy_14 Guest

    Nice Mod

    With everything in it plus it being water cooled, this is possible the best mod on this site. You can't go wrong with the Corsair XMS Ram. That's what I have in my PC. I gave you a 10.
     
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    OOTay New Member

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    very nice build up! i love the watercooling and the UV reactant fliud matches so well and looks saweet!
     
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    i love the mix of uv-reactive red cable sleeves and blue tubing, it provides a great contrast. plus the ram leds look really nice. great case man, very clean and sleek
     
  11. rrpostal Guest

    Very clean. I love the corsair ram. I always throw my extra money into the CPU not the case, but I gotta admit, it's purty!
     
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    Lush.
    Love the RAM, Love the cooling, Love it.
    Am I gushing, stop now. 9/10


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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    I love everything about this computer. Great OC, great colors, great cables. It's what I call a great job 9/10
     

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