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Hey folks! I am DJ Madrid a.k.a. Kryptek PC Modz from the Philiipines and this time I just want to share quickly this newly born all-in-one liquid cooler. The MasterLiquid Maker 92 from Cooler Master. So my first impression to this all-in-one cooler was like a car turbo and then the design was simple and insane that you can tilt the body from horizontal to vertical. It is a pleasure to have this and i would like to say thank you to Cooler Master especially to those people who helped me behind this, for the support and for sending me of your great stuffs. So, let's start the unboxing! Damn.. So first who faced out is the radiator fan with a protective plastic, it is 95mm fan and look like the Silencio FP Fan or the MasterFan 120 Air Pressure.. Accessories box Now, you have a new option in a compact liquid cooler that can tilt to fit multiple dimensions (from horizontal to vertical). Sleeved FEP tubing, for me this tubing is better than the non-sleeved FEP tubing. Less leaking and great tubing. The smallest pump-radiator combination designed Cooler Master. "Peel of the label before you use it" Clean Copper Based Design, Precision machined Microchannels maximize the water contact surface, to quickly dissipate heat. The base is finished with clean and clear appearance. Tried tilting to 45deg of angle. 90deg of angle. Air Pressure fans, fan blade design inspired by helicopters. They move the air less distance but pack more force into the space in front of the fan. And that is my quick output with this new All-in-One Liquid Cooler for Cooler Master. Thank you!
MetallicAcid's TJ07 (working title) Proudly sponsored by: Södertälje Specialsnickeri AB Sweden Welcome to my third project!! In this project, I have planned this project to include the Silverstone Temjin TJ07S, a timeless classic of premium case. I have had an ongoing community driven planning phase over a couple of months, where I have received feedback from the public, and tried to turn that feedback into a 3D render. I have really enjoyed the entire process, and learnt many new techniques along the way. I know that this particular case has been modded probably 1,000,001 times now, so creating a TJ07 that stands out from an already well saturated crowd is already hard enough to do. To make this build even better than my previous projects is an even bigger challenge. Update 2014/03/06 Hello everybody! I know this has been a long time coming :P It is with great excitement that I announce that the project has now officially been started! I am building this project for Demis, a friend of mine. He had fallen in love with the project, and the ideas which I had visualized with the aid of SketchUp and Skindigo - 3D modelling and rendering software. There had been discussions between Demis and I regarding the colour and overall theme of this build, and in the end we both thought that a blacked out stealth build, with subtle gold highlights, with an overall monolithic feel with a simple exterior and neat interior was the best option for this project. The colour scheme comes from the X79 ASUS motherboard. I would like to now show you a visual representation of how this project will probably look like: This project may take some time to complete. This is a good thing in my opinion as it means that I can plan every detail to perfection, and execute those plans into reality with ease and minimal stress. This will be a watercooled project, but in stages. Stage 1 for the watercooling will include just the CPU, with the GPU being air cooled. Stage 2 of the watercooling will include a 2nd GPU with both being watercooled. So you can expect a Rev.1 and Rev.2 of this project over the coming months. Here comes a list of things that I plan to do with this mod: Fabricate Custom made midplate Custom made reservoir wall Acrylic window for top of case Acrylic windows for side panels Modify Extend window for top of case Window opening on side panels Pass-through holes in midplate for hard tubing New power button Sleeve PSU Prepare for painting TJ07 case Custom made midplate Custom made reservoir wall Paint TJ07 case Custom made midplate Custom made reservoir wall GPU shrouds Install Cold Zero parts Water cooling parts PC components I hope you have enjoyed the news. We are both super excited about this project, and want to see it to perfection. I hope you stick around for future updates! With best regards,Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen Update links: Update 1 - Parts ordered and modding begins.Update 2 - Midplate ProgressUpdate 3 - Angled plateUpdate 4 - Cold ZeroUpdate 5 - Motherboard fittingUpdate 6 - Top window cut outUpdate 7 - GPU shroudsUpdate 8 - Side window complete and Icemodz sponsorUpdate 9 - Acrylic windows milledUpdate 10 - Silverstone sponsor and unboxing Strider ST1200GUpdate 11 - Installed front panel, glued into place and installed vandal switchUpdate 12 - EK DeliveryUpdate 13 - Soldering guide and molex completeUpdate 14 - PSU cables sleevedUpdate 15 - Inet joins as sponsorUpdate 16 - EK lends a handUpdate 17 - Hardware updateUpdate 18 - Another hardware updateUpdate 19 - Case is back from powder coatersUpdate 20 - Sponsor update/fans installed/EKWB monoblock installedUpdate 21 - Sponsor updateUpdate 22 - EKWB GPU blocks and reservoir installationUpdate 23 - Piping up the loopUpdate 24 - Final photos/Project finished
HEY GUYS! hope y'all are having a kick feces generator monday! or at least getting better! :D I'm planning out my custom loop, I'm a novice with custom loop :lol: and needed some inputs on tubing and fitting mostly, here are my components: EK D5 X-Top Acetal Pump Top CSQ w/ Alphacool VPP655 Variable Speed Pump Installed EK Supreme LTX Intel CPU Liquid Cooling Block - Acetal CSQ EK-MultiOption RES X3 150 - Liquid Cooling Reservoir (6 Total Ports) EK GeForce 690 GTX VGA Liquid Cooling Block - Nickel CSQ EK Ultimate Performance CoolStream 240 XTX Series Liquid Cooling Radiator EK CoolStream 280 XTC Series Liquid Cooling Radiator opt: Bitspower G1/4 Thread Flow Sensor I need your opinion on tubing and fitting, how many fitting and how long of a tube generally? thank guys! let me know if i'm missing anything! :lol: