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MonsterMawd    36

Finally finished the Deepcool GENOME PC for 2016 Computex, so I can back to my build (Yay!) I scored this new Bitspower Summit EF cpu waterblock cheap on Ebay, and I do like the smoked acrylic top.

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Cooler Master Mastercase 5 got a new front bezel grill laser cut from 1/8" thick Transparent Fluorescent Orange acrylic sheet

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MonsterMawd    36

I am alive. Thank you for being patient. I had to halt progress on my build to fulfill commitments for Computex. Over the past 3 weeks I bought on 4790K for $225 shipped and $300 for reference GTX 980 on Ebay auctions. Fyi: Prices on used 980s are falling on Ebay as people upgrade to 1080s. I have one more build to finish, and I'll back on the track with this one!

Here is the PC I created for Deepcool's booth at Computex, http://mnpctech.com/deepcool-genome-gamerstorm-mid-tower-atx-gaming-case-review.html

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MonsterMawd    36

I realized I missed the deadline, but I will keep updating this project log

The extended holiday has bought me some time to work on my build. I recently scored EK water block for the Gigabyte OC force motherboard. It directly cools Intel Z87 southbridge (PCH), PLX PEX 8474 PCIe lane splitter as well as power regulation (VRM / MOSFETs) module. This will also compliment the stainless steel liquid lines nicely.

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I am new around this forum and this is my first mod that I am watching ! All i can say is that it is amazing untill now :) Keep up the stuning work that you are doing :D :D Looking forward to see the final result :D 

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MonsterMawd    36

Thank you!

it hurt to make the 3/4" hole into the paint to route the 316 stainless steel pc liquid cooling tube from the front radiator, but it just makes sense this way. I need to pick-up a bottle of the GULF Blue paint, so I can touch up the exposed steel in the hole. I modified one of the INLET/OUTLET black rubber grommets from NZXT Phantom to finish the mid section hole. Last night I bent the first SS tube of the loop. The stainless steel compression fittings are my own design. I wanted fitting that discreet in size and matched the tubing.

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Mnpctech Stainless Steel 1/2" OD Compression Hardline Fitting

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MonsterMawd    36

Dressing up the 120mm Typhoon GT fan with machined overkill grill with Blue anodized washers for M3 screws, http://mnpctech.com/screws-anodized-m3-m4-30mm-35mm-40mm-red-blue-green-gold-ek-alphacool-hardwarelabs-corsair-xspc/

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120mm machined aluminum Overkill Ring fan grill, http://mnpctech.com/pc-computer-cooling-fans-grills-custom/

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MonsterMawd    36

Cool, Please post photo after they're installed!

Finished painting the video card waterblocks, bridges, and backplates with Porsche 917 GULF Racing Factory Blue Paint.

Dismantled GTX 980 Koolance Waterblocks

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Basecoat Primer on Koolance GTX 980 waterblock

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Basecoat Primer on Koolance GTX 980 waterblock Bridge

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Porsche 917 GULF Racing Factory Blue Paint

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Koolance GTX 980 waterblocks with Porsche 917 GULF Racing Factory Blue Paint

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MonsterMawd    36

Decided on dual serial for the SLI bridge so I had to cut and bend new SS tubing segments for entering and exiting the GPU blocks. Here is the Koolance SLI Bridge, GTX Backplate and Blocks

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