Thermaltake Core P5 Custom Watercooling Build (PROJECT TT)

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by 1pqlamz, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. 1pqlamz

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    Hey guys:

    Did a cool build with the core p5 recently, figured it would be a waste if I didn't show it to some awesome people like you guys.

    The case itself contains no radiators, nor pumps, they are placed in a separate external radiators+pump unit which I've designed and made using acrylic.

    The distribution block is also my design and I got someone to custom made it for me.

    Specs:
    Cpu: i7 6700
    GPU: Innon 3d 2080ti oc
    RAM: 32G Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2666mhz
    MB: MSI Z170a m7
    PSU: XFX 1000w platinum
    Case: Thermaltake core p5 white tempered glass edition.

    Cooling:
    Water blocks: Bykski CPU + GPU block.
    Pumps: EK dual D5
    Radiators: 4x 200*200mm fridge radiators
    Fans: 4x Noctua 200mm Fans
    Tubes: soft + rigid.

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    Some shots of work in progress:
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    After some heavy OC...
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    You can probably still find me on the Time Spy Graphic score x1 leaderboard

    Might still end up modifying the external rad since the design is kinda flawed (extremely hard to assemble & disassemble).
    New design:
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    So...thats basically it, hope you guys like it [​IMG]
     
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  2. mad_mic3

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    looks sweet as:)
     
  3. johnyfalco

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    Thats incredible. I love it
     
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    1pqlamz

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  5. juzz86

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    Beautiful :thumbup:
     
  6. Umbrella Corp.

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    Awesome build, how come you decided to go with the fridge rads mounted outside, what benefits are there compared to traditional rads?
     

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