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pcjunkie209    0
That is one cool paint job, air brushing looks great on the side panels.

The red powder coating will give a good contrast between the colours chosen

Thanks Frozensnail! I think It's time for an update tonite.

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pcjunkie209    0

Ok so it's time for an update on my mod. here we go!!!!!

So a lot of pics. here's fresh back from clear coating.

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I started adding some hardware like the Excalibur fans I painted to match. :)

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Started to lay out some WCing parts.

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Installed the motherboard for placement of surrounding parts.

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FrozenQ res came in so finding a home for that and the pump.

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small space to have the cooling connecting but it will work :)

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Almost forgot FrozenQ is coming out with a new cpu waterblock. It will look similar to this. The one I have is the prototype. To the surrounding edges it will have acrylic with optional etching and such.

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EVGA GTX680's getting cooled

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680's installed........

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running the tubing for the wcing......

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An the fun part filling the system for the first time. I used Mayhems light Red Pastel for this build.

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Thats it for now thanks for looking. Still a lot of work PSU needs sleeving and debating on copper tubing but may have to take out psu shroud for that. Decisions!!! Until next time.

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pcjunkie209    0

Ok so I have some more pics. I got this mod up and running for Sacramento Lanfest so I could show Evga what they got involved in. :) So this is most likely going to be reworked because I'm not too sure I am happy with it. Anyways on with the pics..........

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I had some logos done. Karl Maser does excellent work!

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And what is a mod without the best from Nils!!

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For kicks I took it out for some sun and you can see the graphics better. :)

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That's it for now will be back soon if I decide to make some changes. Until then............

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pcjunkie209    0

Thanks guys!

Alright so I made a few changes to this mod. As you will see I decided to take out the sub-floor. I think it was a fare trade! I have been doing some reading about running copper tubing and finally made the plunge. I pick up a few tools and some 12mm copper tube to start playing with and decided to go for it. Here's some pics.

I picked up a two handle pipe bender, a cutter and used my trusty MNPCTECH mod ruler to get accurate measurements....

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While I had the board out I went ahead and took a couple more pics of the FrozenQ prototype waterblock...

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And here's how it came out... :)

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I also started on the psu.....

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Thats it for now. Thanks for looking. More to come. Until then......

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Ch2pa    0

Very nice modding/painting job :D

What kind of finish will you apply on your copper pipes?

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frozensnail    0

Rigid tubing is a nice touch & takes some doing to get it looking good as it does here. Sure is a very clean water cooling loop!

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pcjunkie209    0

Thank you guys! I'm glad I changed it also FrozenSnail! I'm really digging this copper tubing and it wasn't that hard just a lot of thinking and planning to get it where it is. Thanks again guys!! More pics soon running out of time.

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