My first pipe bend. 13ID 16OD frosted acrylic alphacool piping btw
Xflow rad from alphacool. But I need it white >.>
I put on another coat after this pic. Its flawless. Trust me.
Radeon VII to waterblock fusion?!
Okay now look. THATS HOW EKWB WANTED ME TO PUT ON THE PASTE..... seriously >.>
soooo the rad was awkwardly too close to the front one. So i had to use soft tubing here... :(
Fun fact. All the motherboard, fan, and rad mounting screws are countersunk with blue washers
Reason for the adapter: The 2nd M.2 slot on the MB makes the ssd out up and out from the MB...
Oh thats my main M.2 :3
2nd M.2 in, and graphics card in. and 4 packs of ram...
Last 2 pipes are done. Fun fact: I RAN OUT OF TUBING! IF I MESSED UP HERE I WOULDVE HAD TO ORDER MORE!
..... I had 2 leaks the first time >.> It was the in and out for the front rad. Come to find out the brace was the issue towards the top of the case. I cut 2 holes out so the inlet and outlets would fit through but the fittings werent able to screw in fully. I cut out the entire brace and that fixed the issue. No further leaks. Did have some trouble filling it. Didnt have a way for the air to escape. Bought a exhaust fitting the next day.
SHES ALIVE AND EVERYTHING WORKING AFTER A 14 hour leak test
She cute :)
Check the Update 1 on the build for a list of changes.
I needed a new machine to keep up with video editing and also gaming and streaming. And well I got the threadripper for 400$ on blackfriday. I was concerned about temps soooo first custom loop was in order lol.
Color(s): Black White
RGB Lighting? Yes
Cooling: Custom Liquid Cooling
Type: General Build
I have redone some of the loop. New bends and I guess loop placement. The tube from the front rad no longer enters the res from the top but now from the bottom. Easier filling and draining. The graphics card is not mounted vertically. The drain under the plate has be changed do to the hard tube cracking. All the blocks will be polished later on in the year.
The led strips were changed from 3 different strips to just one long strip to make the lighting look more consistent. Look waaaay better IRL, the camera doesn't do it justice.