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Uploaded on Dec 25, 2011
Here is my final build with a powerful watercooling system. Leave a comment if you want - I like to see both negative and positive :) -, or tell me to watch your PC build video. I love to see them!
Thanks for all the feedback so far, much appreciated!
You can barely see it in the video, but I have also modded the PSU (Corsair HX750). I have put a Red Devil fan in there. I did that for a LAN party, for better LED effects, lol. :D Guys, I recommend to not mess with the cooling of a PSU. In late February 2012, it suddenly stopped working while I was playing Alan Wake, I assume it is because of that. When a PSU dies, at first it is hard to tell what really is broken on the PC. That also sucks! Don't tinker with them. :) And really don't open them, it can kill you if it's still charged.
Silverstone RV02 case (modified outside/inside) Corsair HX Professional 750W 62Ampere 90% ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution (16/16 crossfire) Sandy Bridge Intel Core i5 2500-K AMD Sapphire HD6970 Vietnam ALU SE running 920Mhz AMD Sapphire HD6950 flashed to full 6970 running 920Mhz G.Skill 8GB 10666 Ripjaws Crucial Ballistix 4GB 12800 Tracer Red SSD OCZ Vertex2 60GB+ SSD 80GB Intel X25-M Postville + WD Caviar Black 1000GB + Samsung Spinpoint F3 1000GB + external Hitachi 600GB
EK-Supreme HF CPU Nickel waterblock EK Water Blocks EK-FC6970 copper EK Water Blocks EK-FC6970 nickel Alphacool HF 14 Copper Edition EK-DCP 4,0 Pump @ 5V
Flow Meter GMR AFSTL Transparent G1/2' Highflow FrozenQ Liquid Fusion V Series (T-Virus) MagiCool Copper Radiator I PRO 120mm Phobya G-Changer 280mm Watercool HTF4 420mm Feser One Cooling Fluid red + some Feser View active dye