Mission /f/ailed.

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  1. Little Man

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    Pictures on pages 1, 3, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 23 ,25 ,26 and 29.

    Hi all, this is the beginning of my first project; a TJ07 project.
    All criticism and tips are warmly welcomed and are always appreciated.

    System:
    CPU - Intel Core i7 920
    Motherboard - Gigabyte X58A-UD7
    Ram - Corsair Dominator GT 1866
    Graphics Card - TBA (9800GT UFT)
    Case - TJ07
    PSU: Seasonic X-Series 750W
    HDD: Samsung 1TB SpinPoint F3
    Fan controller: Lamptron FAN-ATIC


    Water Cooling System:

    CPU Block - EK Supreme HF Full Nickel
    Motherboard Block: X58 UD7 Nickel Plexi full cover block.
    Reservoir - Ianh StealthRes 225
    Pump - Laing D5 w/ EK D5 X-Top Rev.2
    Rad - TFC Xchanger 480 + 240
    Fans - 4 * Gentle Typhoons 1850
    Liquid - Distilled Water
    Tubing - Primoflex Pro LRT 3/8" 5/8" BLUE
    Fittings - 18* Bitspower Silver Shining 3/8" 5/8"


    Stay tuned for loads of photos, beginning tomorrow morning!
     
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  2. converge

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    looks good man. 480 rad for a cpu only loop :) i wanna see some decent overclocks. looking forward to seeing some pics.

    project: big man?

    feel free to hate it haha.
     
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    haha how about, little man - /b/ :D

    I think i have a golden q9550, only problem is it runs 50C on idle with after market cooler...and thats on stock o____O
     
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  4. zeropluszero

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    chips are usually either high temps or high voltage to get good overclocks. yours must be a high temp.
    that said, i'll gladly trade your cpu for mine.
    little man's big project isnt bad.
     
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    yeah im liking it :) its really time for both of you to get some i7s already!
     
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    I think we've found a winner :p

    MY IDEA :D:D:D:lol::lol::lol:
     
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    i'll send you my shopping list, and you can pay for it.
     
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    Photos!

    Just a few things I've got so far..

    Bitspower True Silver Compression Fittings

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    EK-D5 X-TOP REV.2

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    EK 250 Res

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    Yate Loons

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    PA 120.3 from zeropluszero :)
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    PrimoFlex UV Red Tubing...mmmmm 5 metres... :)

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    AAAANNNNNNDDD MurderMod Sleeve :D

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    50 whole metres of it
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    And probably the highlight of this build for sure..

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    Stayed tuned for more :D
     
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    congrats on finally getting some shipments in, looking good, murder modding your sleeves, man thats going to be an absolute bitch
     
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    nice :thumbup:

    i think tygon black would of looked awsome with the build.
     
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    Thanks man :)

    And guess what!!

    The stock heatshrink is supa glued to the cable, yay! NOT:upset:
    Thanks, maybe next time but i just coldnt pass up the sexy red, its just so awesome :D
     
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    u know my setup Little Man, what tubing u think i should get? colour wise, on my WC setup and my x58 classified, red or black tubing??
     
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    I have that same water in my build!!!!!! connection i think so nice build!
     
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    i also have the same water.
    $2 from woolies :)

    ps im waiting for you to start bitching about sleeving the psu. lol.
     
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    great stuff, going to be an awesome build, keep us up to date mate
     
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    Nice bits
    I'm waiting for you to start swearing about the sleeving.

    Go red tubing and black compressions H20xide. Buy littlemans spares he bought way too much.
    I got some black white and blue dangerden tubing from GAM, I think it's pretty good stuff and it's also quite a nice price.
     
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    Thanks will do.

    First up, gotta whip out the (zeropluszero's) rotary tool and get cutting!

    Does anyone know how to go about removing the sleeve and heatshrink if its glued on?
     
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    Worst case, you could probably gently knife it off.
     
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    cant go black compressions for i am using them as my source of silllverrrr ;)
     
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