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Old 29-04-17, 11:57 AM
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I like how you've done that logo
Thanks


So we started work on the Reservoir today.
It's going to take 8 hours to cut. *Crys*
35mm thick, lazer at 50% power and speed at 0.5.

We don't wanna go too fast, or use too much power as it could melt the acrylic back together after cut, Nice and easy does it.

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Old 04-05-17, 04:30 PM
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Special thanks to ALPHACOOL for the massive support. These guys have bent over backwards to help me out on this.
huge props lads!














Unboxing and overview video will be available later tonight.
Thanks for looking.
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Old 13-05-17, 08:39 AM
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Reservoir update!

I had to completely re-design the reservoir due to sizes and limitations on the inlet and outlet ports.
So first of all i plotted the design on the computer


And got to work on the acrylics






Once they were cut, i took the covers off and placed them together.




I then bolted them together to test fit and get a peek at what it will look like when finished!
And i am in love!




II really hope this works! lol
Air pump and fittings are next to be attached, so fingers crossed!
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Old 31-05-17, 04:32 PM
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Just a quick update.
It works.And it performs on par with a normal custom loop. If not a little better.
I was sceptical, but last night was my first test and now i can't wait to share results.

So.
First test was idle, because for some reason people like that
27c

Second.
2 and a half hours of ESO on max settings and 5760x1080 (ESO is because it's pretty intensive on the CPU)
peaked at 48c


third test was the big one
AIDA64 extreme system stability test

With results that wow'd me, here they are
In the first 20+ minutes it hovered around 55-57c
After 70minutes it never moved above 60c.
i would have left for longer than 70 minutes, but was no need, i got the results i wanted to see.

here's a short clip of the test at 17 minutes in.


I will follow up on this post soon with more details on how everything works, including a video which will describe everything better than i can with pictures and text.
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