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Old 29-06-15, 01:40 PM
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Nailing it, I think OC3D is in the lead now.

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Old 29-06-15, 02:17 PM
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PS. Whoever can spot the huge oversight (which was totally done on purpose) will earn a teaser for your forum.
Asperatis is on the edge of realizing why me and Joe had an epic facepalm moment when it came to filling the loop. We put it on several forums to get a little engagement before the next update.
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Old 29-06-15, 02:23 PM
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Ahhhhhhh I see - doesnt help Im normally in and out of these threads faster than I am with my missus
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Well perhaps trying to spot our oversight was a little too hard on everyone, after all we didn't notice it for several days! The pump is positioned kind of backwards in the loop such that the coolant flows from the bottom to the top of the reservoir. This made filling the loop very challenging, but, we managed it! just...



Having the coolant flow backwards actually makes for an awesome effect in the reservoir with the Aurora quickly rising from the depths and undulating out of the top.





There are still a few little details to work through before it's ready for final pics but it's great to have one build almost ready for insomnia!
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Old 01-09-15, 05:02 PM
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PARVUM KRAIT alongside some other great mods on MSI's stand at i55!





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Old 01-09-15, 05:36 PM
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That coolant looks extremely wicked in there! Which one is that?
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That coolant looks extremely wicked in there! Which one is that?
It's Mayhems Aurora 2 Silver with just a little bit of oil black added to it, so it's more of a mid grey with dark and bright silver accents.
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Old 29-11-15, 02:13 PM
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The time has come for final pictures of PARVUM KRAIT, although it has been completed for some time the Parvum team has been very busy with the L1.0 launch and the many other projects and commitments we each have going on. So before it's forgotten and the hectic preparation for another insomnia has passed we thought it appropriate to share some final photographs!

Parvum Systems Inverted M1.0
Intel Maxwell i5-4440
MSI Z97 KRAIT
MSI GTX 960 KRAIT x2
HyperX Savage 1600C9 2x4GB
HyperX 3k 120GB
Silverstone Strider 1500W

XSPC AX240 White
XSPC AX360 White
XSPC Photon 170 Reservoir
XSPC Acetal D5 Top
XSPC Raystorm CPU Block
XSPC Raystorm Memory Block
EK HD Adapter 10/12mm Black Nickel Fittings
EK PSC G1/4" Black Nickel Rotaries
Noiseblocker e-loop 120mm x10



Thank you to MSI, XSPC, HyperX, Mayhems, Silverstone, JR23 and all of the builds followers for your support throughout!

















































We look forward to hear what you guys think about the build itself and the case, it's something that we intend to make available in the future as a much more compact alternative to the L1.0. Probably in both inverted just like this one and un-inverted too. See you all again soon and thanks for looking.
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Looks amazing, an inverted black and white case is just the sort of thing I'm looking for!
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