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As some of you know I am all about the looks as well as the performance of my systems. I like the lights and flash stuff especially when it comes to water cooling. I have seen threads on some sites that have a lot of participation on their users who like to show off their work. I would like to see what the great people here on OCC have to show off. I want this thread dedicated to those who want to show off their work or want to have it critiqued to enhance the looks and effectiveness of it.




1. Must be your own work and not someone else's stuff.

2. NO FLAMING, any flaming will be removed. This is ment to be fun you can critique but if it is just a personal dislike keep it to yourself please.

3. No worklogs, only completed setups.

4. Please post your specs including your overclock speeds and temps you are getting on water.

5. Keep images at 1280x1024 maximum so that it does not warp the view, also if quoting please omit the images from the quote.

6. Have fun :)


Members of the OCC Water Cooling Club:

1: ajmatson

2: Queenz

3: Puck

4: ccokeman

5: johnnyfive

6: shiver_8

7: slick2500

8: boinker

9: gotdamojo06

10: bubbaxm2

11: Danny_75

12: nanoprobe

13: RobBan-Swe

14: Rud3bwoy

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Guest ajmatson

Well I finally got the rest of the gear I was waiting on for my Birthday. Here is the first rig all setup and put together. I am working on the second one this weekend but so far here is all of the glory of the new case and water cooling gear. :)


System #1:

  • AMD Phenom II X4 965
  • ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3
  • Temp Idle: 29C
  • Temp Load: 42C

Water Cooling Setup:

  • Swiftech Gpogee GTZ Ultra Extreme Water Block
  • Swiftech MCP655 Water Pump
  • Swiftech MCR220 Quiet Power Series Radiator
  • Swiftech MCRES-MICRO Rev. 2 Reservoir
  • Danger Den Fat Boy 1/2" G 1/4 fittings (for all barbs)
  • Watts 1/2" ID x 5/8OD tubing
  • Fluid XP+ Ultra LT Alien Green Cooling Fluid

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Here's mine:


Intel Core i7 860 @ 4.1GHz


Vcore @ 1.312


Temperatures @ 32 Idle / 58 Load




XFX ATI Radeon 5870 @ 1035 Core / 1340 Memory


Core Voltage @ 1.250


Temperatures @ 32 Idle / 49 Load



Watercooling parts:


HW Labs SR1-480

EK Supreme-HF Waterblock Matte Black/ Copper

Bitspower Matte Black 1/2" and 3/4" Compression Fittings

EK Multioption Reservoir 100

Danger Den Summit 5870 Full Coverage Waterblock

Tygon 1/2" and 3/4" Black Tubing

Swiftech MCP-655 Pump




You can also find the whole setup in the worklog section too.

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That's a Silverstone Raven RV01. It's in his sig too. Definitely one of the fav builds I've seen on here. Props to Queenz!

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Very nice Queenz. Slick looking with the black. I should have my new gear here this weeking and I will be re-doing my two systems then I will post my pics. Keep them coming everyone.

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Nothing pretty here, my rig is all business :lol:.


Xeon E3110(server binned E8400) @ 4.3ghz 24/7 w/ 1.38v


- 120v AC Eheim Pond Pump

- Enzotech Saph. Rev 1 Waterblock

- Swiftech 3x120mm Res

- 3x 142CFM Delta Tri-Blade "SHE"'s

- Full 1/2" ID tubing

- EK high flow 1/2" fittings

- Danger Den Dual 5 1/4" bay res

- Ghetto-modded Temp monitor w/ Rad exit and ambient temps.


Water temps exiting the rad stay 2.5c over ambient at idle, but the pump is too powerful and doesn't keep the water in the rad long enough to cool it at load, so it is 6c over ambient full load. Processor idles in the low 30s and full load is around 58c...but due to the huge volume of water it takes a long time to reach full load.


I will be adding a second 3x120mm Rad in series right before the Swifty, and changing to a Heatkiller waterblock.


Excuse the crappy cell pic :P



The case is over 2 feet tall, and yes, its very heavy!

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EVGA X58 3X SLI watercooled


Core i7 920 @ 2.66 Ghz under a Heatkiller rev 3

Idle: 28 C Load: 50 C (Ambient: 25 C)


EVGA GTX 295 Watercooled by EK block

Idle: 32 C Load: 45 C (Ambient: 25 C)


Case: Cooler Master HAF 932






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