Xtreme Cooled Case Gallery

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by spikes, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. fast fate

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    Thanks Shane :thumbup:

    Just finishing up a re-vamp for a friend.

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  2. shane41

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    Bah my eyes :lol:

    EK push in fittings? The chrome or nickel chrome?
     
  3. mesaoz

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    Like a curly straw drinking a milkshake... I dig it.
     
  4. fast fate

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    Nah - Rocket Science fittings in Salive8
     
  5. _slacker_

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    Ryzen Refresh

    A quick refresh of my fresh system for Ryzen.

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  6. Paulie_AU

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    Looking good mate. :thumbup:

    I should take a decent photo of mine since changing boards and getting the FuryX under custom water....

    Here is with OCF and FuryX on it's little rad.

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  7. _slacker_

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    check your mailbox in the morning Paulie, imma drop a package off around 7amish for you......
     
  8. Paulie_AU

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    Good timing this morning with me heading out just as you got there.! Thanks for the goodies. Will have a crack at repairing the rad.
     
  9. Ratzz

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    That is just sex. Love the use of the copper, great tones, and just looks... expensive... In the unlit photo of the case, the logo looks great.. but then it changed to that awful red.. is that lighting or did you change the colour? Loved the unlit photo :thumbup:

    That looks.. interesting. It doesn't look expensive though, if you know what I mean :( Kinda like a St Kilda street girl.

    Awesomeness :thumbup:

    Yes. You should.

    Now me.. again..


    Does changing the ambient count as extreme cooling? ;)


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    The wire hanging from the window is the external temp sensor


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    Its much warmer inside..


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    I appear to have assisted the cooling somewhat :thumbup: I tried to get it as hot as I could.. 1.52v and max temps 57, 54, 56, 58. Also cranked up the GPU to try and add to the heat..

    EX280 rad, 3x Noctua Redux 1500 RPM rad fans pulling into the case, Raystorm Pro, D5, 80mm Redux aimed at the ram, 200mm Fractal fan extracting on the top of the case, 120mm rear Fractal extracting, side removed.


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  10. Little Man

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  11. VIP3R

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    Nice build :thumbup:

    I really like the case, i use the same one for my fileserver stacked with 10 drives and a h110gtx
     
  12. converge

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    Awesome builds, just spent my night here :thumbup:
     
  14. Manou12

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    My second attempt at hardline

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    Amd 1700x , aorous gaming 5 gtx 1080ti ,480x2 rads
    All in the thermaltake tower 900
    Comments and criticism welcome, still learning so be gentle ha
     
  15. RpKz.^

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    where are all the new setups ??
     
  16. WuzzA21

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    I can't believe you are still building pc's tbh.
     
  17. jpw007

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    First go at water and i am over the moon :D

    Pic is from last night and tonight i filled up and gave a quick leak test. All is good!!

    http://i.imgur.com/bk55Xuc.jpg
     
  18. juzz86

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    Nice setup mate, looks good. I love soft tube builds :thumbup:

    How do you fill the res like that?
     
  19. jpw007

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    Thanks :)

    Put the tower on the side and did it then stood upright after all done.

    Looks like my CPU block isn't on properly which i honesty thought it might not have been.

    Under Intel Burn Test it goes to 80*c where as the GPU's are going full blast at 50*c. Contact musn't be 100%
     
  20. hawpinghaxbag

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    Under water cpus always run hotter then gpus, less die surface area and sometimes unrealistic loads placed on them by stress testing = higher temps
     

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