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Old 25-06-13, 05:53 AM
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JonnySupers' Liquid Cooled Hybrid X

Thought I would share my main Rig with everyone.

This is my workstation. I write and record music in my spare time and this is my companion to get the job done. Specs are as follows:

CPU: Intel i7 3770k @4.6 Ghz
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP5 TH
GPU: Sapphire HD 7970 1200Mhz/1700Mhz
PSU:Corsair AX850
Memory: G. Skill Sniper 16GB 2133Mhz
SDD: Kingston Hyper X 120GB
HDD: 2x WD 1TB Green RAID0, 1x WD 2TB Green
OS1: Windows 8 Pro 64
OS2: OSX 10.8.4

What do you guys think? As always compliments and criticisms are both welcome.
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Old 25-06-13, 06:35 AM
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Please add your rig specs to the original post
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Old 25-06-13, 06:37 AM
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Looks good, though the tubing could've been a bit cleaner
It's not bad, but I personally don't like it when tubes cross each other.
And I agree on the specs. I know they're in your signature, but signatures tend to change over time and when people see this post and look at your sig it's useless
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Old 25-06-13, 06:42 AM
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what is hybrid about it?
other than that, looks very clean, you can't ever go wrong with black and white
is there a pump/res combo hidden in the 5.25" bay?
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Old 25-06-13, 07:21 AM
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Thanks guys! So I added the specs. You guys are right would be hard to tell what's in it in a year from now. Good suggestion. The hybrid part is that I run OSX and Windows (I cleared that up in the specs). There is a D5 pump in the bays. This was also my limitation with tubing. I'm not a big fan of crossed tubes either but when I put this system together I didn't have any right angle barbs for the inlet on the CPU block. The next time I flush the system I will add one to clean that up. Thanks again. This forum has the most wonderful community. I'm very proud to be a member.
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Old 25-06-13, 07:24 AM
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There is a D5 pump in the bays.
where is the res? didn't you use one?
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Old 25-06-13, 07:28 AM
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There is a Dual Bay D5 Vario XSPC Res/Pump combo tucked away in there
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There is a Dual Bay D5 Vario XSPC Res/Pump combo tucked away in there
ah so it is a res/pump combo, not just a d5 pump up there :P was already confused.
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Old 25-06-13, 07:35 AM
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You nailed it on your first guess... Man not using a res would suck.
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Old 25-06-13, 09:40 AM
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I think that's a nice looking rig, love the black and white together, I like the crossing of tubes, there is balance of tidy and neat cabling/tubing but it still needs to look full.
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