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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. n0tiert

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    CoolerMaster Cosmos

    Hi m8´s

    My Rig ATM still look´s kinda naked, any suggestions ?


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    I thinking of given the inside a black paintjob and Watercooling it but i´m litle afraid about leaks ... :confused:
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    lol mounted a cooler from an old Acer laptop on to my HDD:D
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    Nice clean rigs fellas^^^

    Sorry for the odd glare, had to use the flash in my PC room:(
    Cleaned up that corner a bit, so it looks less busy down there. Routed the DVD power through the first HDD bay to make them bright wires hidden:)

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    Looks better man! Love the case!

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  5. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    good job sneeky. Case its awesome. :toast: cable management is much better now.
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    Have plans so that the only wires comming up are from the 24-pin.

    Going to a SATA DVD drive, and somehow getting the GPU wires to come from behind the board. Then I think it will be finnished. May ask MK to make some sort of cover over the 24-pin, hmmmm.
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    @n0tiert don't be afraid of LC...use compression fittings (Koolance, Bitspower, Feser) and test it outsid ethe rig...or with the rig powered down using a seperate supply for the pump. Leaks usally occuring from trying adjust and fiddle with stuff straining a fitting...that's something to avoid...get all the fiddling done with the loop dry...get it the way you want and then if possible hang the blocks outside the case or take it all out if it comes out and run it 24 hours on some papertowel to show any leaks.
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  8. n0tiert

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    I thought about EK´s X2 full coverage and for the Mainboard we have a little watercooling manufacter called Anfi-tec
    the design of the waterblock´s would look equal then..... :cool:
    they have a Solution for my Mainboard, NB, SB, and Mosfet´s coolers
    the thing is what pump, radiator "2x 120 or 3x120" to take ?

    i read already in forums about "laing" any good ?
    could you also give me a connect circuit for best cooling solution?

    thx !
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    No side or front panels lol When I get my haf I will get all nice
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    10/10 mate, wicked cable management, and i like the HDD cooler :D Did it help with temps?


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    10/10 cuz i think that new case from Silverstone is a *itch to cable manage... nice internals... :thumb:

    @ShadowFold

    Cant see anything really :D Scanned photo?! :roll:
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    this is my pc at the moment....

    after building my own (wooden) case, i am in the process of assembling everything together!

    this is after a weeks' work on it!

    you can chk progress in the NEW Project worklog...

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    :laugh: shadow, thats crazy dude. Notice a different in temps like that?
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    Nah but it doesn't get as dusty. My sony camera broke so I had to use my phone camera.. It kinda sucks
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    it does the job bro. dust kills me, I am going to fab just one big air filter and wrap my computer in it :laugh: Or in a bubble like bubble boy :roll:
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    And finally the update.

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    I really need to hide this one better. :p

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    D3mon_Hunt3r Stop making your hardware laugh at me...:(
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    Didn't mean to do that just very happy my long time project (the case and cooling) is finally done. The hardware i have a serious problem i keep changing it... Load of money gone to "waste".
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    I meant that your hardware is just too good compared to mine:laugh:
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    And so is the water, I like that setup a lot D3mon_Hunt3r
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    Got me a new case this weekend
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    Those fans, those Sir is an awesome touch to your pc!
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    They're 2x Silenx 80mm with custom support designed from teh Umbrella Corp logo. :D

    I use Silverstone FM121 (white turbines :)) on the whole setup
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    Awesome build. Props.
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    my antec 900. This had no holes for cable management, I did them with out any tools. Just a hammer and a screwdriver. Got the case for $30 might as well give it a shot


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    Now thats some powertool. :D

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