TJ07 Madness!

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by Blissid, Sep 24, 2007.

  1. Blissid

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    This is my water cooling + modding finished at last, months in the making but finally complete! Pretty penny too, im telling ya.

    Res: 2x EK Multi Reservoirs
    Radiators: 2x Thermochill radiators + high CFM fans mounted.
    1x Thermaltake Icage for HDD's
    NB: Thermaltake Extreme Spirit 2
    SB: Twinkler
    VGA Blocks: 2x EK 8800 GTX Alcatel
    CPU: D-tek Fuzion
    Pumps: Laing DDC w/ Petra'sTech DDCT-01s Top Combo
    Laing D5 Vario/Swiftech MCP655 Inline 12V DC Pump
    RAM: Dominator Airflow Fan
    Case: Silverstone TJ07
    Fan controller: Thermaltake Hardcano 13
    Also added two fill ports to make it easy maintainance.

    PC:

    VGA: 2x Evga 8800 GTX AC3
    CPU: Intel QX6700
    RAM: 2GB Dominator 9136
    HDD: 3x 150gb Raptor
    1x 350gb SATAII
    Mobo: EVGA 680i A1
    Soundcard: Creative Fatality X-fi
    PSU: Galaxy 1000w
    Mouse: Microsoft Habu
    Keyboard: Logitech G15
    Monitor: 24" BENQ FP241W
    Sound: Creative Gigaworks 7.1
    Headet: Razer barracuda

    All up over 10,000 dollars, insane I know but i'm proud of it ;)

    Two seperate loops.



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  2. Simwah

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    please thumbnail those pics....
     
  3. Primüs

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    omg man. $10,000 on your PC? Thats a lot man did you take out a loan or something? I would only spend that much on a PC if:

    1) Its making me more money in the long run

    2) I won an insane amount of money in the lotto
     
  4. OhFoRkMe

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    Is it just me or is it really dusty in there?
     
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    yeah it was, i cleaned it out as I took the photos, for some reason every house I move to has a dust problem :p
     
  6. FiShy

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    what temps??
     
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    my quad core sits at about 42 degrees running at 3.2ghz
    my NB is 30 or so.
     
  8. Suki

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    Nice build.
    Pity to let it down with poor wire management. With a little time and some thought I'm sure you could improve it considerably.
     
  9. Scotty1991

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    Pics of 3D Mark 06 pls :D
     
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    Yup very impressive specs but presentation leaves a lot to be desired.
     
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    nice set up buddy, but if u spend a few hrs on cable management it will look ALLOT better, but well done anywayz :thumbup:
     
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    as if that all adds up 2 10 grand wtf?
     
  13. DavLe.BeRRy

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    I can believe close to it depending on where he bought the parts... maybe 7 grand?

    i call staticice :D i dont have time.

    Nice build but that radiator looks like its seen better days surely it isn't brand new? overclock that CPU more damn it :Pirate:
     
  14. Gaidin

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    water wont do that cpu justice...hehe better off saving a grand and getting a G0 Q6600 :p
     
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    Nice work. Would you recommend the case just for air cooling?
     
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    Yep Djel, i love my TJ07 airflow is brilliant, though my build I removed the HDD cages to make room for the water cooling.
     
  17. DJel

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    Do the 92mm fans generate much noise?
     
  18. Frag

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    Don't want to be a hater, but 10k on a PC to put into that dust?! LOL i think you should have spent 2k of that on air filters and new vacuum cleaners ;P

    Tsk Tsk for messy cables :)
     
  19. OhFoRkMe

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    Blissid, time to cable manage that beast and employ a full time duster
     

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