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Old 23-04-17, 03:13 PM
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THX !!!!!


In this post I want very, very, but thank you very much Team EVGA for prompt and effective intervention.
There was a problem delivering the EVGA DDR4 memory package that was scheduled in this setup - they are already in place












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Old 23-04-17, 08:56 PM
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Man, I am such a softie for black and blue colour themes. And all of this just makes me so in love with this build. Especially that blue liquid colour... That is just straight up porn in my eyes. Absolutely love that blue colour!
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Old 23-04-17, 09:04 PM
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I'm happy - healthy
Blue color I chose for no reason - Alphacool logo is blue, choosing the color of the liquid I wanted to show gratitude for the support of this project by them.

And now - new RAM mounted, new session done ... new perspective.










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Old 23-04-17, 09:07 PM
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I also write technical data (informative):

Case - Phobya WaCoolT Benchtable black - Aluminium Edition
Motherboard - EVGA Z 270 FTW K
Graphics Card - EVGA GTX 1080 GAMING
SSD - 2 x GOODRAM IRIDIUM PRO 240GB
RAM - EVGA DDR4 2666 16GB (4x4)
PSU - SEASONIC PRIME TITANIUM 650W

Liquid cooling system:
Reservoir - custom SKEEPER
Connectors - Alphacool 16mm (acrylic tubes)
2 x Phobya HPC 360mm
Pump - Alphacool VPP755 rev.2
CPU water block - Phobya UC-2
2 x Cape Cora

6 x Alphacool NB-eLoop 1200rpm
Controller - Phobya Touch 630
Combs - Alphacool

Customs:
Front, rear, aluminum washers, water block nuts, lighting, fillport, sleeve, arrangement of components (power supply, pump, cape cora, graphics card, coolers HPC....).
...... and dozens of hours of work.
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Old 09-05-17, 11:06 PM
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I am slowly starting another be quiet project! Dark Base Pro 900.
After completion of this project it is planned to migrate the components to the next shed - I will shortly give more details.

This unit will supply a small power supply, but with a lot of power - EVGA SuperNOVA G3 1000W.
I also give a link to the test of this power supply - CLICK, which shows that it is noteworthy, even very.

A few pics.











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Old 10-05-17, 12:12 AM
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I am slowly starting another be quiet project! Dark Base Pro 900.
After completion of this project it is planned to migrate the components to the next shed - I will shortly give more details.

This unit will supply a small power supply, but with a lot of power - EVGA SuperNOVA G3 1000W.
I also give a link to the test of this power supply - CLICK, which shows that it is noteworthy, even very.
Seeing as the PSU is actually made by Superflower I would expect nothing less
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Old 21-05-17, 09:43 PM
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That explains a lot - on + course.

In the meantime I finished the reservoir - Reactor rev. 2.1



















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Old 21-05-17, 09:45 PM
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Nice! VERY nice!
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Storage: Intel 600p 1TB NVME / 6TB RAID0 array / 2TB RAID0 array
Water Cooling: Watercool HeatKiller IV blocks on CPU & GPUs / 4 360 rads + 1 240 rad / Singularity Computers reservoir / dual D5 pumps

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Old 28-05-17, 09:38 PM
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THX

Such a small cut before continuing the next project.



For a long time I do not have a desk, table ...... in general no convenient position, where I can comfortably use the laptop.
Watching the desks in stores, with the budget (about 700zł), unfortunately none of my requirements. Something was missing.
So I decided to build them myself, from scratch, the ones I want and which allow me finance.

Required items ordered, delivered:





One of two worktops - 160cm x 75cm x 3.8cm



Wood for supports and cable troughs.



Dimension



We cut to the dimension.





We sharpen the sharp edges.



We drill holes for screws.







Supports ready.



Now we will deal with the top.



We will mark where will be the supports, LED profiles and cable troughs.



The place under the trough milled - the deck is quite thick and can be trough into it, so it will not stand still (though it will not be visible anyway).





The trough slightly protrudes, so in the supports it was necessary to maneuver a place on this protruding part of the trough.

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Old 04-06-17, 10:45 AM
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Troughs for LED profiles made.



... and additional cables.



Backlighting of the desk:

The easiest solution is to stick the tape itself to the back of the tabletop, to bring it to the wall and ready.



but



I want to have no distance between the wall and the tabletop and the backlight does not go down and up simultaneously.
From below, the countertop will be illuminated only on the front and on the sides, while the rear LED strap is to throw light only upward, but not to blind, so I decided to use an angular profile.



We dump the place for him.



Really judge.





We will arm the cap.



Somehow it came out.





LED profiles from below.

After making the channels on the trousers LED profiles, time to cut and trim them.
Their angular joints are not easy to do - the cut itself lasted a few seconds, measuring a few minutes.



At the end of the place insert a plug.






Short section of the second top.




Other electrics / electronics, box cable management.



Fast connection and test (if it works).

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