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Thread: I7 3930k, Asus Rampage IV Extreme, HD7970 Xfire and CaseLabs M8

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    I7 3930k, Asus Rampage IV Extreme, HD7970 Xfire and CaseLabs M8

    Hi

    like i said this is my second attemp in world of watercooling
    i made a lot of upgrade

    i keep red theme from my first rig http://www.dazmode.com/_forum/showth...-in-Switch-810

    Hardware
    Case: CaseLabs M8
    Board: Asus Rampage IV Extreme
    CPU: Intel I7 3930K (OC 4.6Ghz @1.344v)
    Ram: 32GB (8x4) G.skill RipjawZ 2133
    GPU: 2 x XFX HD7970 OC 1000 black edition
    HD: 2 x SSD OCZ Octane 256GB, 2 x OCZ Agility 3 240GB, 2 x SSD Toshiba 512GB et 2 x Seagate 3TB
    Sound: ASUS ROG Xonar Phoebus (wait for the ups leave it at my door)

    Watercooling
    CPU: Swiftech Appogee HD Black
    Board: Koolance MB-ASR4E
    GPU: 2 x Koolance VIR-AR797
    Pump: 2 x D5 Vario
    Top: EK Dual D5 serial Top
    Res: EK Multioption X2 250 Advanced
    Rad: 3 x XSPC EX360 (1 x flow et 2 multiport)
    Fan: 6 x Bitfenix spectre pro red led en push and pull sur un rad et case
    Fan: 6 x TFC Triebswerk 55mm (3 sur un rad et 3 sur lautre en pull)
    black Fitting (bitspower et TFC)
    red Tubing
    red coolant
    fan grill and fan filter

    more thing to do
    finishing cable management
    sleeving all cable
    and a lot of small things







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    Man that case is big. Very clean build. curious to see all the rads in the backside s'il vous plait

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    Pas de probleme



    Need to finish cable management but waiting for cable sleeving first

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    Very Nice snef, I am waiting on delivery of my M8. First thing I notice is that I may have to ditch my Bay Res and go with a Tube style Res instead, for rads I am either going with the XSPC rads or a UT60 and a Monster 360

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    Last picture looks sick!

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    nice build. How are the bitphoenix fans for loadness. Cause they look killer (especially on your build will you have them on the top and bottom!)

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    Thanks

    More thing are comming like a third 7970


    Quote Originally Posted by Grey View Post
    nice build. How are the bitphoenix fans for loadness. Cause they look killer (especially on your build will you have them on the top and bottom!)
    Thanks

    They are really good
    Really quiet, not 100% silent but very quiet, official spec are true
    On mainboard side, i have 3 on top rad and 2 on intake bottom

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    If I had an M8 to build in, I definitely would be using a tube res [200mm or 400mm] if possible, no use using a tube res if you're putting in something dinky [made for small enclosures] http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...oducts_id=1839

    If you've got the space, this would be perfect http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...oducts_id=1322

    BTW snef...beautiful build [I persoanally think there should be specific art galleries for geeks (and the like) for PC Art].
    Last edited by brechan69; 06-17-2012 at 04:28 AM.
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    caselabs released usb 3 front
    for sale now on their site

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