Sunday, December 21, 2014

PC: Custom watercooling on gaming rig (Part 6)

Ok time for some recent final pictures shall we?

First of all the left side of the case where you can see the Reservoir, the PSU along with the custom cables. I also thought about installing the default 80mm case fan with it's base, just because why not? Some more airflow hitting the extra mobo pcb with the power caps certainly can't hurt. I saw it also gets hot so a bit help is always nice imho.

 Here you can see some more details of the cable management, PC speaker mount, and how tight did the PSU fit on the Apogee Drive II 90 degrees fitting :)

Here's some upper to right side of the case. You can clearly see the GPU rails tied on the chassis skeleton, plus some upper overall view.

This is the right side of the case where you can see the GPU, the huge radiator, and the spiral cable wrapping for SATA slim cables and some USB3.0 cables on the bottom.

Here are some supplemental images of the left side in angles in order to see the cable management of USB2.0 header, and front panel leds, fan cables+extensions etc.

This is the front side of the case with the slim Bluray & Dual 2.5" SSD/HDD combo along with the back side of the case checking out the mobo and GPU.

Last but not least, this is the case with the lid closed like a glove! It doesn't touch or interferes with anything inside the case and you can still see some of the innards from the tiny airflow holes.

I'm certainly thinking about future acrylic window on the sides or the upper part in order to be able to check out and admire easily my rig but for now I'm all set.
I'll update with more pics when I'll have more mods done :)

I really hope you liked my build and despite I wasn't very thorough in every process of this making-of, I did my best into taking pics as much as possible.

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