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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 5:43 am
by Ace0751
It doesn't matter if the nozzles are on top or on the bottom a rad is meant to keep the liquid at a comfortable temp and disperse the heat. Should of made a thread for this, you're not suppose to put the fans up side down where they blow into the rad especially if the fans are on top. The fans on top need to blow the heat out so turn them around and should have better luck. Try to make a thread and we can help you out more this thread is for showing off your setup.

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 7:55 am
by bmxjumperc
Thanks, at least that's helpful, I created two threads in their respective categories.
RAD & Fans:
viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2567
Pump & Dial Question:
viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2568

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:01 am
by absolut5043
My new Koolance build.

pc specs

i7-2700k @ stock (currently)
Asus z68 pro gen 3
pny gtx 560ti oc2 @factory OC
16gb 1600mhz Kingston Hyper x
120gb pyro SSD
2x 150gb Raptors
corsair ax750

CPU-370
PMP450s
450sPump/Res 60x200 combo
Koolance rads 360 and 140

All black Koolance compression fittings

Black Koolance tubing

Koolance High performance coolant

3 x Koolance 120mm fans

1x Koolance 140mm fans

White fans came with the case which is NZXT switch 810

Thanks to Eric at Hellfire-Toyz for hooking me up with my Koolance products fast! Highly recommended Eric and Hellfire-Toyz!! Awesome customer service!

Temps have been great! CPU idles 24-26c and under full load 33c. GPU idles at 25-27c and under full load 36c (furmark 15min burn in)

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Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:45 pm
by Ace0751
Update build down below

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:07 am
by Play4blood
Hi am almost done with this but i thought i would show it off a lil.
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http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1729979

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2013 5:18 pm
by Ace0751
Just an update to my current build, built this back in November and done what I can with the wiring since everything is open lol. Will try to find longer wires for each device so I can manage the case a little better but here it is. This is a custom case, came in pieces so had to assemble it myself to bad this company is out of business now or maybe expanding. The case is in my sig.

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The name I have for it is Nemesis but a lot of people like the Hulk better since is big and green lol. You guys decide what to call it.

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Sun Jun 16, 2013 11:57 pm
by Mikesnow
Just finished updating mine, tomorrow I get the accent lights I been waiting on and then i'm taking out the Silverstone st-1500 and going to replace it with a corsair axi1200, and custom individually sleeved psu cables on it. I tried my hand at sleeving and I haven't the patience for it, or I got the worse sleeving kit ever or maybe both. Any way heres a build log video I put together of it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdNt5GBseSc

Re: Customer Case Gallery

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:56 pm
by hanumant
Hello,

My personal 4 socket water-cooled server.
4x AMD Opteron 6380 2.8Ghz, 16Cores (Turbo mode) on Supermocro H8QG6-i
64 cores in total with 180 Ghz
Here is some video http://vimeo.com/83923217

I was looking for a case capable to bear supermicro H8QG6-i motherboard, because Supermicro's chassis that they sell for those boards are ugly and it was difficult to plan to use it in watercolled system. So I've stopped my choice on a Coolermaster's Cosmos II case. It is the biggest one I found with a convinient price of about 300 euros. In addition it's very handy for transportation.

All water-cooling components qre from Aquacomputer and EK.
2x 360mm radiators + 1x 240 radiator from Aquacomputer
880 ml reservoir and Fan controller Aquaero XT from Aquacomputer
4x waterblocks cuplex kryos Delrin für Socket G34 - from aquacomputer
All fitting parts and pump EK-DDC 3.25 X-TOP CSQ - Plexi from EK
Fun grill from MPCTECH.

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It had a maximum of 63C during 24hours rendering at 100% CPU load.
So, 63C on first CPU and 61-62C on the second, third and 4th.
Liquid's temp was about 33-35C.

I conceived the loop that the liquid pass through CPU1 and CPU3, than it goes in to reservoir and bottom radiator, than into CPU2 and CPU4, than into the middle radiator and top radiator before return again in the CPU1 waterblock.
I'm putty happy with this results.