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[Project] [Build Log] SystemViper Workstation -Lian-Li V1000 Plus, i7, Bloodrage +++

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by SystemViper, Mar 11, 2009.

  1. lucasweir

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    love the ram and the rad gonna be a bad ass comp
     
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    Loving this project. :D
     
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    yea, i have one more order (waiting on this weeks paycheck) for the rest of the wire management stuff and the top mount rad. then it will be finish it up weekend, waaahooo
     
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    so hey...

    if i take a bucket and put my rad in it and fill it with ice.... like i once did before... in a thread here on TPU...

    i should essentially have the same setup as you. possibly DICE would help even more.

    i bet i can get some 4.5ghz benching in. have you tried?
     
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    The difference is the igloo uses cold outside air also to neutralize the condensation.



    Actually i have been waiting for XS to get back up, I have plans to build a water chiller using an airconditioner and a cooler. And use it on combo with my phase, I even have a play to take a stand up airconditioner(already have) and use he igloo to pump cold dry air into the case like the igloo does now... So lots of plans, but the first is the cold water cooler, rad box :toast:
     
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    Case is still on hold for some watercooling stuff, so i used a few things and built my son't rig, with him, I love teaching him this stuff, he is very excited to work that phase, and he is starting to get beyond the basics of the computer, fun fun
     
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    how old is your son?
     
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    32...:roll:
     
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    Sometimes he sure acts 32, but he is a Big 10, and a gift from god :respect:
     
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    Just ordered the koolance triple rad top and other parts to finally put this baby to bed,
    have the HK LT block and some other cool stuff, so hopefully i will be in the home streatch with
    this build. I also already loaded the OS and started tuning the system on air with a Xig -3 so it will be ready for the last bit of pars to amke it whole...


    finally :rockout:
     
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    Well the Lian Lee build got side tracked when i decided that it better be watercooled.
    I had to step back and made sure i did an upgrade that wokred well
    with this beautifull case,

    SO i went with a koolance shrowd and fan topper to
    hold my swifty 120.3 radiator or I might use a BIX II, not sure yet.

    But what i did do was while i was waiting i installed the OS and
    Adobe CS3 and all my other programs, so when the stuff came in,
    i would be ahead with other area's of hte build.

    The Koolance stuff is very high quality, i love the way it looks
    and the craftsmenship is comp with the Lian Lee so it will match
    Perfectly.

    I will use the black and red fans on top too with black grills

    red tubing and red liquid....

    and several lighting patterns.

    oh yea, what not picutred is the HEATKILLER® CPU Rev3.0 1366 LT CPU Water Block wahooo.. (thanks Binge :respect:)

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    are you going to somehow incorporate the whole pattern thats on the case to the koolance wc ontop of the case

    IMO it would look SICK if its all the same pattern
     
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    Hi, naa, i'll leave the holes as holes and slots as slots.

    But what you will see take shape, is the blending of
    Red, black and brushed alu that will be very sweet, in my eyes
    I got a good gameplan for wrap up now... finally... :rockout:
     
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    Greeting

    I just stumble upon ur old post
    Im using the same case still
    Im wonder how did u turn the hdd cage back side?
    Require any moded?

    Tia~
     
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    probably just drilled out the rivets and replaced them after flipping the cages around
     
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    Dya mean need to drill the base of the casing?

    Thx
     
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    He means just drill out (only) the rivets that hold the hdd cage fastened.
    Example of drilling out a rivet:

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