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I decided to switch out my clear tubing to black, just deciding on purple or yellow now
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Downsized my case and got new fittings/tubing to go for a different colour scheme, well please with the result!

Just need to find an enclosure to fit the Aquaero to.

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Downsized my case and got new fittings/tubing to go for a different colour scheme, well please with the result!

Just need to find an enclosure to fit the Aquaero to.

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cool build- would the AE fit if you cut a hole in the PSU shroud as that would look so good there
 
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A few bits to tidy up and waiting on delivery of my Mo-RA3 from ocuk in a few weeks :D

Wowzers, that is really awesome, very nice work.

Think few pages back when I posted mine you said you will do a build in it one day, seems you really meant it :cry::p Great stuff and yeah external rads help a ton with this case.
 
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Wowzers, that is really awesome, very nice work.

Think few pages back when I posted mine you said you will do a build in it one day, seems you really meant it :cry::p Great stuff and yeah external rads help a ton with this case.

https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/posts/34692992/ :p

Hahaha! Yeah that build was the last push i needed to actually go and do it :cry:. Fell in love with it as soon as i saw yours and thought damn that is one sick build! I swore on it and i meant it haha and here we are now. I'll admit its been quite expensive making this move but worth every penny, can't get enough of it.
 
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cool build- would the AE fit if you cut a hole in the PSU shroud as that would look so good there

Interesting idea but not something I'd want to do as wouldn't want to mod the case and I don't think there would be sufficient space as a lot of the cables are stashed in there! Thanks for the suggestion though!
 

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First ever attempt at water cooling, up until now every PC I've had has been air cooled. Skipped AIO and went straight to custom loop. It's been a long time coming because I've had problems with my back, but finally got it together this evening:

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Need to get the RGB LEDs inserted into the CPU waterblock and connected up, fancy a small RGB strip down the left inside of the case to give some extra lighting. When I come to get my GPU waterblocked, then I'll change the tubing layout. I was kinda hoping that the vertical bit of soft tubing might stay straighter, but it doesn't want to!

Quite pleased for my first ever attempt, please be gentle ;););)

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And this is what the system looks like now, after I waterblocked the GPU several weeks ago. Cabling since tidied up and paper towels removed :p

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Ooooo! Where did you get the EK waterblock for the EVGA 1080Ti FTW3? I cannot find it anywhere.
 
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Ooooo! Where did you get the EK waterblock for the EVGA 1080Ti FTW3? I cannot find it anywhere.
I bought it from the EKWB online store, but as far as I am aware it's been unavailable for sometime now. I have promised the 1080Ti to a friend as I've upgraded to a RTX3080, so at some point the waterblock and backplate will go on MM.
 
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I would call this "ghetto fabulous" over the term "ugly" and certainly something you don't see every day. This case was never intended to house a 360mm radiator plus the 120 mm alphacool Monsta... but we made it work, conspiracy theory edition... lol

Two large alphacool reservoirs in the 5.25 drive bays. Freezemod pump, heatkiller water block

Old version with just a single 120mm radiator.

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Yeah, I noticed that tape peeled off some fresh paint, I will go back and fix that eventually.
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The top reservoir pulls out easily to fill the system..
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360mm rad is very easy to move around for access to the GPU/motherboard... the monsta 120 is also a tension fit, so it call comes apart very quickly.
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Liking the loops on here.
Have a favour to ask. Are there any hard liners on here that are in the Kent, London, essex or East Sussex area that would be willing to help me with my hard lining please.
I will travel to you and it won’t be for a couple of weeks as waiting on some parts. Drop me a message thanks
I will also provide snacks drinks etc
 
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