WOW. That's awesome! I love the PSU shroud, that design (cracked rock look) is so cool and how it follows around the case. Tubing bends 10/10, that one from the CPU running to the front rad must have taken a few tries. Love that RAM as well, beautiful!
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Wow that is an amazing setup! Great Work!
Oh... my... God........ It's.... It's Beautiful... tear rolls down face +10000000
Sorry for the delayed response, I probably used 12 tubes, 3' long each.
Ummmm, it's not as easy as it might seem. Order like 3 to 4 times as much as you think you'll need. You'll have a lot of time in it, watch some youtube videos and take your time.
Sorry its been a few days, Do you mean the link between the 2 GPU's?
That top radiator is T H I C C
Wow! looks like this will be an incredible build! Hope everything goes smoothly.
Looks great! Love the color scheme. Very cool case to put together a custom loop in, not something you see very often. I'll definitely keep my eyes peeled for your build revision with new tubing. Definitely a big project you have to set a lot of time aside for. I think I spent somewhere around 12 hours just bending tube until I got it right.
Damn I wish I had known that bending kit existed when I did mine! Might just have to pick one up for future use, thank you good sir.
Question: Can I come work for you? :O
Great looking build, Carbon fiber wrap lookin goooooood. +1
Ahhhh there it is, I was unaware you were using copper pipe.
Hmmm I've never used salt or sand before, I've always used silicon bending inserts. But it definitely turned out great for you.
Wow great job, your bends look perfect. +1
Wow! Great Build! I also have a UV custom loop. I hope those UV led strips last for you. I bought those originally and they got extremely dim after a month. I would suggest Cable Mod Wide-beam UV strips if those do end up dying on you. Again, fantastic build, well done. +1
Both cards are running 8 lanes, the M.2 runs off the PCH
Nooooo, now I'm not going to get featured because of this amazing build! I even got your MNPCtech aluminum cable combs :D You might remember, you re-tweeted my build. http://pcpartpicker.com/b/BwGfrH
Naw man glass desk FTW! I did just order a bunch of cable management things though.
Everything is in the Parts list, Fluid is XSPC EC6 Non Conductive Coolant - UV Green. Lights are CableMod WideBeam Magnetic LED Strip UV - 60cm / 30 LEDs
I have UV tubing and UV fluid and lots of black lights :D
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Absolutely Incredible! I would trade for my PC any day! Although I would have gone with a Newegg Box, Just for the sake of durability. +1
Don't forget the water block(s)! :D
Not really anything to important, if you want to run an M.2 and RAID it doesn't work on some BIOS versions and if you are running SLI and have back-plates on the cards the top slot prevents you from inserting the GPU. I had to bend the I/O shroud to get it to fit.
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Ahhhhh yes, another has chosen the path of Black lighting and UV reactive fluid well done my friend.
A 360mm radiator would be just fine. I ran a FX 9590 and a GTX 980 Ti off a single 360mm rad, temps on both CPU and GPU were quite good, considering how hot the FX 9590 gets. Minimum recommended is 1x 120mm rad per component, preferably 240mm rad per component. If you want to look at that build, it's the Razer H440 build I posted. Great looking build btw.
Usually I'm not to thrilled with soft tubing builds, but I think this looks very nice and clean. +1
Yeah that makes a lot of sence now that you say that, still looks fantastic! Your build has intrigued me, I may look into doing my next custom loop in a D-Frame. Are you completely satisfied with the color of the fluid? I see its not quite the shade of your motherboard heat sinks and sleeved cables. Maybe its just the lighting and/or camera.
Any particular reason you changed the tube going from your CPU to GPU?
Been waiting for you to upload with the loop filled. Really like water cooled builds in the D-Frame, you definitely don't see many of them, especially with this level of craftsmanship. Not only is this build attractive, but the level of hardware in this machine is insane! Hopefully you can keep all that hardware a leash with that 360mm radiator. +1
This build is very interesting, really like how you ran some of those tubes. Not how most people would have routed them, turned out really nice. I also really like that shade of blue, I'm considering switching to a similar color when I upgrade next. Great job +1
Pretty nice setup, I personally favor the PG279Q 1440p panel at 165Hz but that's just me. +1
I second that, fans should probably be running exhaust.
I completely understand how you feel, I spent over 7 hours bending my tubing until I was satisfied and went through 9 feet of tubing. I was very frustrated by the time I was finished, I just wanted to play some damn games already! Well good luck in your future builds. May your Frame rate be mighty and your Draw distance far my friend.
I'm guessing you've probably seen plenty of videos like this one but this is a great video that may be of some use to you.
JayzTwoCents is a well known PC enthusiast in the water cooling community, You might already be a fan of his. His videos definitely got me interested in water-cooling and helped me a great deal bending the tubing for my build. Something that also my help is a tupperware container filled with cool water to place the tubing in for a moment, it will greatly speed up the process.
Just a thought, are you using a silicon bending insert? It's almost impossible to make bends without one. They would look something like this:
If you don't have one of these you will need to get one that matches the inner diameter of your PETG tubing. Do NOT purchase this one without knowing if it will work with your tubing.
Haha, Makes me want to add 3DMark benchmarks in my build photos. All jokes aside build looks very clean, case is very unique. In Win definitely knows how to make damn good looking cases. +1
Owns Acer Predator X34 and 2x Samsung 512GB 950 PRO's... Can't afford 3DMark.
Haha, Well thank you :D
Looks like a pretty solid build, quality components. It's nice to see a build on the AMD side every now and then, still a great preforming chip. You also don't see to many builds with those Intel 750 series PCI-E SSD's either, definitely an amazing piece of hardware. Looks like she could use a hit with the ol' air compressor though.
Build is beautiful, cable management is on point. Definitely a beast of a machine! Great choice on the monitor, I can't get enough of my 1440p, IPS, 165Hz, G-Sync Display. Nice Work!