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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    Awesome brian looking forward to the updates with pics of products

    Josh

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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    Rawr

    lol

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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    Watercooling UK are now sending the stuff they have in stock that I have ordered I will still have to wait for the pumps and fans

    I'm on an emotional roller-coaster ride here!!

    At least I'll be able to measure out where I want the reservoirs, and I can use an old 120mm fan to see where I want the radiators to go. Once I have that done, things will start moving along with a bit more speed!!

    Have fun all,
    Brian

    P.s. I have yet again changed my mind about the paint theme... Even I dont know what I want. I'll sort something out :? :roll:

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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    My stuff has arrived!!!!

    The only thing I'm waiting for is 2 pumps, and 15 fans.

    I'll post pics when I have had a bit of a break

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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    Ok, Here's the photos of the new stuff!!

    3mm Plexi:


    Hexagonal mesh:


    Green and UV CCFL tubes:


    Fan Power thingy's:


    Jubilee clips, and barbs:


    1 pump:


    Fan guards:


    Led's:


    Reservoirs:


    group photo!!

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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    That's a lot of hardware! Shiny!

  7. #37

    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    That's a lot of hardware! Shiny!
    Now comes the work.

  8. #38

    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    This arrived today.

    The only componant that isnt going to be water cooled is the RAM (for now) so I thought that this would be a good idea.



  9. #39

    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    Here's some pics of the inside, just for you Gh0st












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    Brian's PC-343 (Found a name and theme)

    This rig will be overclocked to quite a high level, so I'm cooling it all as much as I can to ensure stability while gaming.

    I have asked the Great staff at Watercooling UK to change my original order from the UV green LED fans to the pain green LED fans, and the pumps are now going to be single bay reservoir pumps.

    There is going to be a lot of water sloshing around!! I like that, I like a lot of movement. There will be a lot to look at on this case. It will be interesting

    I'll be buying a 2 more fans; 2 x 80mm green LED for the mobo side of the case. I just realised that I forgot about them.

    There will be 7 fans blowing in, and 9 fans blowing out, that's not including the RAM fan and PUS fan/s.. As well as three water cooling loops. I should be able to store ice cream in there once its done!!

    Have fun all,
    Brian

    P.S. As soon as this lot arrives, I'll be able to start cutting

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