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    Premochill Pre Production Wet Bench Build

    Howdy folks my name is Nick. I am one of the guys that makes up Dirty South PC Mods. First-off I would like to thank Primochill for the opportunity to win such an awesome Test Bench as well as a few other of their fantastic products. Next I would like to thank my Sponsors BSMODS , Frank N. Builds , Enermax and of course Mod/Smart . Thank you for your Generous Contributions we are honored to have your work/products featured in our build.

    Parts List........


    Case = Primochill Wet Bench (Pre-Production Model)

    CPU = Intel i5-3470 3.2Ghz 1155 Socket

    Motherboard = Biostar TZ77XE4 1155 Socket

    Ram = G.Skill 8Gb(4Gb x 2) x2 total of 16Gb DDR3 2133Mhz Ripjaws X Series

    VGA = ??????

    HDD = 1 x WD Blue 7200rpm 250Gb Sata3 6gb(Boot/OS) and 4 x Seagate Baracuda 250Gb 7200rpm in Raid 0

    PSU = Ultra X4 750watt Full Modular(Cable sleeving provided by our Sponsor Frank N. Stein of Frank N. Builds)

    Cooling System

    Reservoir = Primochill CTR Tube Res in Liberty Blue

    Pump = Swiftech MCP 655-B w/ Performance PC's Custom Threaded Pump Top

    Radiator = XSPC EX360 Low-Profile

    CPU Water Block = Bitspower Summit EF Ice Blue Acrylic Top

    RAM Water Block = Bitspower Galaxy Universal 4 Dim Universal Kit Blue/Blue

    Fittings = 11 x Primochill Ghost Compression Fittings(Blue), 7 x Monsoon 3/4" Right Angle Rotary Fittings(Blue) w/ Carbon Fibre color disks, 1 x Bitspower 20mm Extender(Black) and 1 x Bitspower 40mm Extender(Black)

    Tubing = Primochill Advanced LRT 1/2"ID x 3/4"OD UV Blue

    Flow Indicator = Primochill Vortex UV Blue

    Fans = Enermax 120mm T.B. Vegas Trio fans. Sponsored by the good people at Enermax


    Lighting kit = BSMODS 16.5' 5050 RGB LED Strip w/ 22 color Wireless remote with 4 different mode settings. Sponsored by BSMODS

    The MOSFET and South Bridge cooler are the Motherboard are Sunburnt Orange color and that is not going to work with our theme so we are going to remove them and paint them Blue to go with our theme.
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    Going to be covering the I/O panel, Plate that covers on-board sound and SATA ports in Di-Noc Carbon.
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    New Bitspower CPU Block & Ram Block in Ice Blue
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    And of course we had to tear them apart so we could put some Di-Noc on them.
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    Now we mount them to the Motherboard. Nice I like it!!!!
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    The Ram Block and CPU Block are too close together so I have a Kink in the Run from the CPU outlet to the RAM inlet. Going to need to order some fittings to get rid of the kink. Using a back up power supply while I wait for my Cables to get back from Frank N. Stein

    A short unboxing video of 5050 RGB LED Strip

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    Got the first Monsoon 90 Deg. Fitting installed had to use a Bitspower 20mm Extender to get rid of the kink from the CPU Block to the RAM Block.
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    Got a couple more Monsoon 90 Deg. Fittings to go from the RAM Black to the Res.
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    Ok so I am going to relocate the Rad. On the back side of the Rad mounting plate. M4 screws are not long enough to fit through the Primochill 2 piece Fan grill, The Rad mounting plate, The 120mm Enermax T.B. VEGAS fans and then into the RAD. So we are going to use two sets of screws. One see to mount the Fans and another set to mount the fans to the Rad plate. To do this we had to trim a bit off the Shroud on the fan.(Sorry Enermax but things don't stay stock for long around me )
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    Got the last of my Monsoon 90 Deg. Fittings used one on each of my rad ports and for the Pump. Now I don't have these huge loops of tubing. Much cleaner.
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    Ok now we start working on the Power Supply. Going to wrap it in Di-Noc and Frank N. Stein is going to sleeve the cables for me in UV Blue/Black/Carbon Mod/Smart Kobra High Density PET sleeving.

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    Ok we got the Cables back from Frank N. Stein. These look soooo sick!!!!
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    Ok got the PSU in there and all the Cables run. Took my GPU's out of my 900D build for some nice Pics of Franks awesome sleeving work.
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    Well kids that's it until I can save up some money for a couple GPU's. Hope you enjoyed it
    Last edited by Dirty South PC Mods; 09-17-2013 at 07:40 AM.

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