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Last Updated: March 17, 2014 - 12:55am
System information
CPU: 
Intel i5-3570k @ 4.5 Ghz
Video card(s): 
Asus GTX 680 (DCUII) Top
RAM: 
4x4 GB DDR3-1600 Corsair Vengeance
OS: 
Microsoft Windows 7 64 Bit
Motherboard: 
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP5 TH
Hard drive(s): 
2x OCZ Vertex 4 256GB (Raid0)
OCZ Vertex 3 60 GB (for frapsing)
4 more random drives
Media drive(s): 
Sony Optiarc DVD RW AD-5280S
Monitor(s): 
Primary: Asus VE278Q
Secondary: LG Flatron W2242T
Beamer: ViewSonic PJD7820HD
Sound card: 
Asus Xonar XD/DX
Case: 
Cooler Master Cosmos II
Power supply: 
NesteQ X-Strike XS-750
Cooling system: 
Watercooling components by XSPC, Koolance, Bitspower, Swiftech, Aquacomputer, Watercool, Modmytoys
Other components: 
Keyboard: Logitech Illuminated
Maus: Steelseries Sensei RAW Rubberized
Gamepad: Microsoft XBOX Gamepad
WebCam: HP HD-4110
Headset: Sennheiser PC323D
Chair: NeedForSeat "Master"
Beamer-Screen: Tronje TRLW-PT 120 16:9
AVR: Pioneer VSX-923-K
Speaker: Canton Movie 125 MX
Description
I always upgraded parts of it till i took the step to do my first watercooling loop. It was damn challenging and i learned that if you want to do a good looking loop you have to have a deep pocket. I now there are still some flaws mainly in the debth of the tubing but that has to wait till i need to change the coolance. I'm still not done yet since i consider doing some custom parts. Now added the ability to use a HD 3D Beamer along with a 120 Inch screen Update 20.02.2014 Custom Window Mod in the making Update 03.03.2014 Its gonna get painted to fit its interior

Comments

Thanks mate.

Thanks mate. Well, i'm a single and got a job so yeah, Time and Cash is mine to 100% ;) Since this was my first loop it took me around 2-3 weeks with all the stuff i needed to order one by one because i ran out of parts. It never works as planned :D At some point there was this point of no return, with so much cash put into it you cant just stop without wasting alot money at the same time.

your loop

the setup you done is very nice man, i myself done some similar with a dual radiator and flow meters. the only difference was with the res and gpu water block. but it very nice man. have you thought of using different tubing? they now have some hard plastic that you can heat up and bend in a custom setup. otherwise this is a very nice setup.

Thanks for the words, some

Thanks for the words, some changes will be done in the near future. Those acrylic tubes were released shortly after i completed my loop. I might try them when i need to change the coolant or maybe never since those fittings were quite a fortune ;)