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Old 20-03-09, 05:10 PM
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Project Nebula: TJ07 Build


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I'd like to thank Crucial for being kind enough to sponsor this project build with their memory modules. Thanks guys!



Special thanks also go to Bitspower for their lovely fittings



Background:

I've been running my PC out of a case for a while now as I've been planning and saving to run it as a fully watercooled system (bar some parts). Now I've got most of the parts and I have an idea what is needed I can finally start on it. I decided that I'll be using a Silverstone TJ07B-W case to house my components. It's a great case that is just built/designed for watercooling in mind and it's not too in your face so to say.

So hopefully by the end of the project I'll have transformed the below...



...into one lean, mean watercooled machine

Below are the full specs of the build:

Hardware:

Silverstone Temjin TJ07B-W

Intel Q9550

ASUS Maximus Formula II

Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR2

BFG GeForce GTX280

Samsung Spinpoint T Series HDD's

Akasa Freedom Power 750W PSU

MCubed T-Balancer bigNG

Cooling:

Swiftech Apogee GTZ

Swiftech MCW-NBMAX

EK-150 and 100 Res

EK-FC280 GTX Acetal

EK-FC280 GTX RAM Backplate

Thermochill PA120.3

Thermochill PA120.2

OCZ XTC Memory Cooler

Scythe S-FLEX 1600RPM Fans

7/16" XSPC Clear Tubing

Laing DDC 18W Pumps

XSPC DDC Clear Pump Top

Going to have all those fans hooked to the TBan and configured for silence :sleep:

The case arrived today and I must say the box is huge.

Over at WCUK a kind member andybones12 really helped me alot to make some rad stands to lift the radiators to the side panel grills.

Here's the design (He didn't have the original measurements so I remade some based on the rad).



I made sure it all lines up with the side grill



Here's the semi-finished product, still got to drill, tap and paint it. I'm pretty sure it'll line up just fine



More updates to come...

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Old 20-03-09, 05:12 PM
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Looking forward to your updates mate The drawings looks good, I guess you had a premade radiator model?
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Old 20-03-09, 05:14 PM
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Looking forward to your updates mate The drawings looks good, I guess you had a premade radiator model?
Cheers

Yep I used the premade models at The Sketchup Components Collection

It's all free files and has lots of really helpful stuff there when you plan builds
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Old 20-03-09, 05:16 PM
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Old 20-03-09, 05:17 PM
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Woow these modelers certainly have skill Cheers for the link
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Old 20-03-09, 05:28 PM
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Those guys have too much time.
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Old 20-03-09, 05:29 PM
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Or magnificent skills.

Really, someone who is able to make drawings like that in sketchup could make a good living out of civil / electrical / mechanical autoCAD drawing.
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Old 20-03-09, 05:31 PM
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Or magnificent skills.

Really, someone who is able to make drawings like that in sketchup could make a good living out of civil / electrical / mechanical autoCAD drawing.
Probably are.

Or too much free time.
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Old 20-03-09, 05:31 PM
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Looking forward to some updates
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Thanks for seeing the light and getting rid of the 1200!
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