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Project: RAD GT -- Custom Acrylic Case Worklog

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radodrill, that case came out great!

 

Can't wait to see the finished product in all it's "glory"....

 

Thanks a lot :):D :nod: :D:)

 

Once I get all the hardware and lighting in there she'll be a site to behold.

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W00T I received a sponsorship package from DangerDen Today.

 

Here are the goodies:

DangerDen1.jpg

 

2x Black Ice X-Flow Xtreme III radiators with 1/2" barbs

DangerDen2.jpg

 

2x 8800 GTX/ULTRA waterblocks with stubby SLI barb and single-slot bracket

DangerDen3.jpg

 

2x Brass Fill-ports, 24x Plastic snap hose clamps, and 20' 1/2" ID Tygon tubing

DangerDen4.jpg

 

LGA775 TDX CPU block, i875 Maze4 chipset block, Maze4 Chipset block, Lucite 680i top for Maze4 blocks (not exactly sure which top is best for the southbridge of the DFI 680i; so DD was nice enough to send both tops so I can use what fits best)

DangerDen5.jpg

 

Finally the variable speed D5 pump

DangerDen6.jpg

 

I'll have more progress updates soon; Just wanted to share pics of the new gear.

 

Sponsors:

DangerDen.jpg A_C_Ryan.jpg PTS.jpg

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nice stuff :)

 

Most Definitely :D

 

How much sweet talking did that take lol. Nice looking rig super uber nice parts :)

 

TBH none :cool:; I sent them links to my worklogs (only had the MB panel finished at the time) and a short narrative on what I was doing and they offered to send me all the waterblocks, fill-ports, tubing and discounts on the Rads and pump.

 

I only now received the supplies since they had the project on hold until I made my final decision on what hardware would be going int the case (i.e. what chipset blocks would be necessary).

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W00T I received a sponsorship package from DangerDen Today.

 

Here are the goodies:

DangerDen1.jpg

 

2x Black Ice X-Flow Xtreme III radiators with 1/2" barbs

DangerDen2.jpg

 

2x 8800 GTX/ULTRA waterblocks with stubby SLI barb and single-slot bracket

DangerDen3.jpg

 

2x Brass Fill-ports, 24x Plastic snap hose clamps, and 20' 1/2" ID Tygon tubing

DangerDen4.jpg

 

LGA775 TDX CPU block, i875 Maze4 chipset block, Maze4 Chipset block, Lucite 680i top for Maze4 blocks (not exactly sure which top is best for the southbridge of the DFI 680i; so DD was nice enough to send both tops so I can use what fits best)

DangerDen5.jpg

 

Finally the variable speed D5 pump

DangerDen6.jpg

 

I'll have more progress updates soon; Just wanted to share pics of the new gear.

 

Sponsors:

DangerDen

DangerDen.jpg

 

A.C.Ryan

A_C_Ryan.jpg

 

Petra's Tech Shop

PTS.jpg

 

 

 

Nice one dude! Looking good!

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Wow, you are really getting hooked up there, congratulations you deserve it.

 

Hit, you didn't need to quote all the pics ;)

 

Thanks a lot; I'm pretty stoked about the gear they sent me.

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Shows the value of posting a nice well done work log.

 

I've never done watercooling but you can be sure that when I finally do, Danger Den will be the 1st company I look at.

Just seems like they are our kind of people. (Kewl and Krazy)

Hat's off to you and your sponsors rado!

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Shows the value of posting a nice well done work log.

 

I've never done watercooling but you can be sure that when I finally do, Danger Den will be the 1st company I look at.

Just seems like they are our kind of people. (Kewl and Krazy)

Hat's off to you and your sponsors rado!

 

Thanks a lot SoundX :D I had designed the case and figured I might as well post worklogs as well. When I contacted DD it was very early in the project; so they must have liked the design/concept and seen potential in it.

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