Thinking about selling the; Lian Li V2110B - Dual Loop/All Internal

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  1. dmassif

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    SPECIFICATIONS
    CPU Intel Core i7 920 Nehalem 2.66GHz (4 x 256KB L2 Cache, 8MB L3 Cache, LGA 1366, 130W Quad-Core Processor)
    Motherboard ASUS P6T Deluxe LGA 1366 Intel X58 ATX Intel Motherboard
    RAM Corsair Dominator DDR3 6GB PC-12800/1600 (3x XMS3 2GB) TR3X6G1600C8D
    Graphics Card 1 ASUS ENGTX280-HTDP-1G GF-GTX280 1GB, DDR3, PCIE2.0, HDTV, 2xDVI, HDCP
    Graphics Card 2 ASUS ENGTX280-HTDP-1G GF-GTX280 1GB, DDR3, PCIE2.0, HDTV, 2xDVI, HDCP
    Sound Card Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium PCIE Fatal1ty Champion Series
    HDD 1 Western Digital VelociRaptor 150GB 10000RPM 16MB Cache
    HDD 2 Western Digital VelociRaptor 150GB 10000RPM 16MB Cache
    HDD 3 Western Digital Caviar Black 500GB 7200RPM 32MB Cache
    HDD 4 Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB 7200RPM 32MB Cache
    Optical Drive 1 LG GH22NS30 SATA DVD Re-Writer (22x Black)
    Optical Drive 2 LG GGW-H20L Blu-Ray / HD DVD Re-Writer (6xBD-R/2xBD-RE/3xHD-DVD/16x Black)
    Power Supply Corsair HX-1000 1000W ATX Modular Power Supply
    Case Lian Li PC-V2110B Black Aluminium ATX Full Tower

    HDD Cage Lian Li EX-H34B Hot Swap Expansion Hard Drive Rack
    Fan Controller Zalman ZM-MFC1 Plus (6 Channel Multi Fan Controller)

    Loop One
    Reservoir XSPC Laing DDC Top/Reservoir Combo
    Pump Laing DDC 3.2 12V
    Radiator Feser TFC XChanger 360 Triple Radiator
    Northbridge Block EK-NB/SB 5 Acetal
    CPU Block Swiftech Apogee GTZ CPU Water Block
    MOSFET Blocks EK-MOSFET ASUS X58 Kit Acetal

    Loop Two
    Reservoir XSPC Laing DDC Top/Reservoir Combo
    Pump Laing DDC 3.2 12V
    Radiator NexXxoS Pro II - Rev. 2 240 Double Radiator
    GPU Block 1 EK-FC280 GTX SLI
    GPU Block 2 EK-FC280 GTX SLI
    Southbridge Block EK-NB/SB ASUS 1 Acetal

    Sleeving by murderMod
    Fittings by Bitspower (1/2")
    Tubing Tygon B-44-3 Beverage Tubing (Clear 7/16" 11/16" 1/8")


    Front/Rear
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    Fill Port
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    Internals
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  2. AussieTemplar

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    Beautiful! :thumbup:
     
  3. e2ek

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    Very nice. Do you have more photos or a worklog? Can I ask how much this rig set you back?
     
  4. [/\V3NG3R]

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    Holy crap, thats f***ing awesome...

    It would've been nice to see a few log pics though.
     
  5. thmrsh

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    Nice job man
    Very well done
     
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    Thank you!

    Sadly I don't have photos of the journey along the way, finishing this rig was the last thing on my mind recently, I've had to look after several of my cousins while their father recovers in ICU. On top of that, my camera died a while ago, and I really didn't have a lot of time to go out of my way and pinch one. Borrowed a mates camera for these photos today.

    In regards to the total cost, I'd have to review my invoices from the last two months, I lost count :p. Lets just say, too much.

    As I mentioned above, I'm sorry I couldn't have provided an extensive log as I was going to initially. I feel bad because it was this community that gave me all the tricks of the trade along the way. Sorry guys. :(

    Thank you!
     
  7. jruisan

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    Holy shit.

    This is nice.
     
  8. 2_stroke

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    very nice rig :) braiding looks sweet man and love it that you didn't choose a cosmos and also that a top line up of wc gear :)
     
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    dmassif

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    Thank you. :)

    Thank you, I tried to develop an original design although you can probably tell that my main influence was from the murderBox, Charles is a sleeving god! Also a big fan of the work done by Dangals and dingdong555.

    Again I'd like to apologize for my lack of a work log, this community has given me so much and the list of names of those who helped me along the way are endless, you know who you are.

    I'd like to try and make up for it via answering absolutely every single query in regards to all the steps and techniques I used to create what we have here. If I come up short, let me know, PM me I'll provide you with everything I know.
     
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  10. Power47

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    *bows in respect*

    if only i had the skill to make mine look that professional.

    awesome work there mate :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you. I think yours looks fantastic, one of the few UV reactive coolant/lighting setups I actually like.

    The thing is though. I started out like everyone else. This was the first PC I've built completely. I started out small, researched what interested me and worked from there. This is what I present to you!

    I'd actually be interested in writing a few guides if any of the concepts I've used are a bit of a grey area for some. Depends on the interest though, most of the information is out there, you just need to spend some time looking around. Although I guess a compilation of useful things may spike some interest. Let me know.
     
  12. zeropluszero

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    LOVE the wrapped tubing.
     
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    thats an awesome effort. can i ask how you got the srink rap to go over the tubing wihtout melting the tubing?
     
  14. ford ftw

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    Man that looks awesome Cable sleeving the Water tubes, Nice work!:thumbup:
     
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    are you useing an EK full cover block as a T-line?
     
  16. Nippy

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    Man that is really nice :thumbup:

    Great work mate.

    now..... GET BENCHING!
     
  17. Heatpipe

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    Whats going on with your two video card water blocks, why the 15 tubes coming off each port?
     
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    Thank you, I was a big fan of it from the murderBox, hadn't seen a lot of it around, thought I'd give it a try.

    The tubing it self is pretty heat resistance, I just did it slowly, holding the heat gun a fair distance away from the heat shrink.

    Thank you! :)

    Yeh more or less, I didn't think it was such a bad idea, easy for the air to escape from the highest point and that it was a bit harder to fill from the reservoir itself because of how the tubing is situated.

    Yeh I'm nearly good to go, I'll post the initial benchmarks when I get to it then compare it to the overclocked scores.

    The line coming in from the roof to the top GFX block is the fill line. There's one line that comes from the radiator in the bottom section to the bottom GFX Block, a bridge between the two then it goes to the southbridge and ends up back at the pump reservoir. One line in that section goes from the top loop to its radiator in the bottom. The other items are the power cables for each graphics card, there's two 6 pin PCI-E power leads, two 8 pin PCI-E power leads. Kind tight for space, way to much gear in that case! :tongue:
     
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    dmassif

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    Update, the Lian Li HDD Cage has a small chip in the back of it that connects the power data connections, it was shorting the system out booting for one second then turning off to protect itself.

    Hennels will be happy!

    I'll probably get it up and running and get some initial benches happening while I sort out this cage to keep myself amused.
     
  20. Quan-Time

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    wow.. ive been water cooling for about 8 years.. and i must say, thats prolly the most impressive build ive seen in a while. Certainly not the cleanest by any means, but everything just seems to look good / work well together.

    Only thing i could suggest is get the ram cooler anodised black. It distracts from the water res..

    But yer, high quality build you got there.
     

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