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SupahZen
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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby SupahZen » Thu Apr 02, 2009 12:36 pm

Here are both of my Koolance systems.


First one is an old Antec Koolance case that i've modified and sold it off about 6 months after building it.


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Second case is my current one and is a Koolance PC3-700 series black that i've mildly modified. :)

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby flybluebus » Sat Apr 04, 2009 4:12 pm

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Case: CoolerMaster HAF 932
PSU: Corsair 1000HX
Liquid Cooling: ERM-2K3U
CPU: Intel i7 965 @ 4.1Ghz
MB: ASUS Ramp Extreme II
Video: 2 EVGA 295's in SLI
6GB Dominator
1x300GB V-Raptor
ERM>CPU>GPU1>GPU2>NB/SB+VoltageReg1-VoltageReg2>Return

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby bradywang » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:40 pm

This what i have go done to date. I have taken a modded a titan water case http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811168001&Tpk=titan%20water the pump died. I have removed the pump and rad installed 1 EHX-1020BK (almost i will be building up about 1 3/8 inch with black acrylic plastic) with a little modding of the shured i can install 2 on the side panel. I will be installing a http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7905/fan-487/Scythe_Kaze_Maru_140_x_25mm_Case_Fan_-_500RPM_Low_Speed_SY1425SL12L.html?id=ZxffUuLV&mv_pc=150 on my next day off I like the fact that this fan is almost dead silent at full speed (500rpm). After i buy a new video card i plan on water cooling that. then the ram N and S bridge V reg on a secont loop.

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby Mark G » Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:33 am

I was very impressed with your build and wanted to ask you where you prchased the Diamong Plate and what exactly it is, It looks very cool and I would like to do a similar build.
Thank you,
Mark G

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby Faust » Fri Apr 17, 2009 1:10 am

This is my dual pump system. the pink one is supposed to be red, but I was out of red dye.
It also has 2x 295 GTX cards. will post more pictures soon.

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby tommytt9 » Wed Apr 22, 2009 1:58 pm

EVGA 790i 2nd Place ModRigs (soon to be first) 3D Mark of 34564

A Great deal of credit goes to Koolance for the performance of my machine.
This is a full time folder with a ppd of over 30,000

loop 1 GPU's (2 x 295's) temp - all 4 cores 40c. under max load running 24/7
loop 2 CPU (Q9650) temp - 35c under max load
loop 2 NB - 40c
loop 2 SB - 38c
Also included in loop 2 ocz Flex @ 2000 and 790i Digital Vreg

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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby Hydrazine » Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:32 pm

Here is my latest computer build. I am using the Koolance case PC5-1326BK, which is terrific just a shame that they discontinued them.
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There is about an inch of depth which makes hiding the cables much easier.
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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby Joneail » Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:07 pm

i was told to put this here as well
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Re: CASE GALLERY

Postby Meijin » Wed Jun 24, 2009 2:04 am

It is computer for gamers - Meijin Liquid Edition (http://www.meijin.ru/portal/page/portal/ptl/shopgdsgrp?prm=qynyyy20&gdsgrpid=59667) with water cooling Koolance:

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Nothing really "custom" here, but it's a unique application.

Postby Gewehr98 » Wed Jun 24, 2009 11:27 pm

It's a plain-vanilla IBM Intellistation 6850 workstation, save for the fact I stuffed two each Xeon MP 3.0Ghz hyperthreaded processors in the sockets, which is something never intended for either these machines or the i860 chipset.

They generate too much heat for the stock stainless steel/copper heatsinks and wind tunnel shroud, but I really like the performance of 4 Xeons running together. SpeedFan and the BIOS reported CPU temperatures in excess of 60 degrees Celsius, so I had to do something. I ended up purchasing a Koolance Exos 2 and a pair of CPU-300-V10 waterblocks, as well as the Socket 603 adapters and a drain valve assembly.

I'm water-cooling just the processors for now. The Radeon X850XT video card and Northbridge may get waterblocks eventually, but they weren't the cause of the real heat problem in the big black IBM case.

Running a leak test for 12 hours prior to firing up the system:

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No leaks, firing up the system and running 4 examples of Toast to max out the processors:

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12 hours later, at the culmination of the stress test, these were my CPU temps:

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System chugging (gurgling?) along, 3rd temperature probe showing Northbridge temp of 41 degrees Celsius:

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It's hit the mid 90's Fahrenheit here in June, and the house air conditioning is holding the indoor temp at 79 degrees Fahrenheit. The Koolance is keeping the computer at 36-37 degrees Celsius, albeit with the fans set at Level 7. They're still barely audible, and the whole rig is considerably quieter and cooler than when it ran straight air-cooled. I had trepidations about the effectiveness of an external water-cooling kit being used in such a hot-running system, but no longer!


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