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"Magnum": Watercooled 350D Haswell Build
by Oliver
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Description

There is way to much to explain about this build, so anybody who wants to know exactly how I built this, I kept a build log on a forum called overclock.net, here's the link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1399480/build-log-magnum-watercooled-350d-haswell-build#post_20160092

There is also a COMPLETE list of all parts (Watercooling, Components, Sleeving, Accessories) on the first post of the build log. If anybody has additional question, I would be more than pleased to answer them in the comments below, or in a PM. This was loads of fun, and my third build ever, first water cooled build! I think it turned out pretty well! Thanks for looking!

--Oliver

UPDATE: More pics up of behind the scenes of Magnum, and the process of building it! Also I put a mild 24/7 overclock on it and it's remaining rock solid at 1.2V!

Update 2/19/14: It's been running solid for almost half a year now, still good as new!!! I'm planning on getting a new 2560x1440 IPS Korean Monitor for it in the fall, or sooner if I don't end up doing my next project I'm saving up for that will happen this summer. So yesterday night, I had a night of overclocking with this beast. It was quite a nice, still night, hovering around 3.3 Celsius, so I threw open my windows, turned off my bedrooms heater, removed the side panel, and cranked the fans all up to full blast!!! At stock speeds, the coolest cores were down to 11 degrees Celsius, which even impressed me!!! I brought it to 4.5 immedeatly, which it handled fine, than 4.8, which took a couple tweaks and crashes before I got it to boot up, and then took it to 4.9, yet I couldn't quite hit 5 GHz. I have a feeling I will some day, but my hands were getting numb in the room, since my room was 12.8 degrees Celsius. I put up a new pic at the end of all of them. It shows all of my records I took during the night. Also, here is a link verifying my computer hit 4.9GHz: http://valid.canardpc.com/d9nt6x Overall, I had a ton of fun!!!!

Part List
Details
Intel Core i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor
CPU Clock Rate4.3GHz
CPU Temperature While Idle32.0° C
CPU Temperature Under Load53.0° C
EVGA GeForce GTX 770 2GB Superclocked ACX Video Card
GPU Core Clock Rate1.11Ghz
GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate7.01Ghz
GPU Temperature While Idle24.0° C
GPU Temperature Under Load36.0° C
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LookTopHats [2 Builds] 32 points 8 months ago

11/10 would bang...

 
 
Starlana [2 Builds] 10 points 8 months ago

Me too, lulz

 
 
RyneSmith [4 Builds] 20 points 8 months ago

This is awesome my friend very nicely done! The color scheme looks amazing, the sleeving job is top notch and to top it off the pictures are fantastic

Great job!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 10 points 8 months ago

Thanks! It was my first time sleeving, but like I said, I did my homework, and it certainly paid off!

 
 
RyneSmith [4 Builds] 6 points 8 months ago

What videos/site did you use for reference?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 59 points 8 months ago

http://pcpartpicker.com/ -- NUMBER ONE KEY TO EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!! http://www.overclockers.com/beginners-guide-water-cooling/ - LCS Guide http://www.overclock.net/t/63349/n-sanitys-guide-to-fans#post662018 – Fan Guide http://www.overclock.net/t/662039/cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion - Cable Sleeving Guide http://www.karbosguide.com/ - Understanding Hardware http://www.overclock.net/t/226970/updated-water-cooling-essential-threads#post_2612995 – LCS http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=63690 – OC’ing Basics http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QUdt9NDcVNw – Building http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VSDkB-3st4&list=PLB38FA4D49509699D&index=1 – Thermal Paste http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5lQ7i-HMPE&list=PLB029F381E29C6002&index=4&feature=plpp_video – LCS Do’s and Don'ts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHNFhTAvvBA&feature=relmfu – LCS Guide Pt. 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lpo3y7B2jMo&feature=fvwrel – LCS Guide Pt. 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krgK2dcxJ5g&feature=fvwrel – LCS Guide Pt. 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnbbZQ2OhEg&feature=fvwrel – LCS Guide Pt. 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNgFNH7zhQ – Thermal Paste Application Guide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lkzjyaga2_U – Aesthetics Guide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPIXAtNGGCw&list=PLB029F381E29C6002&index=1&feature=plpp_video – Build Guide Pt. 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_56kyib-Ls&list=PLB029F381E29C6002&index=2&feature=plpp_video – Build Guide Pt. 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxaVBsXEiok&list=PLB029F381E29C6002&index=3&feature=plpp_video – Build Guide Pt. 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84NvDMMrCNU – Build Guide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URDWRIqY608&list=PL79403189DF14614A&index=1 – Monitor Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHnMcFGkGcA – Keyboard Guide http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx - Choosing PSU http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/printpage/Understanding-All-Voltage-Configurations-from-the-Motherboard/995 - Voltages http://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/49-monitors-for-specific-purposes - Monitors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpVyn2izhRo – SSD Guide http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7wOl7XS4ps – Top 10 Tips http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K02P5I8BsE&list=PLB029F381E29C6002&index=2 - Maintenance http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0VNiWtQqb4 – GPU Shopping http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/guides/2012/11/14/top-ten-pc-modders-tools/2 - Modding Tools http://www.bit-tech.net/modding/2008/03/14/a_modders_guide_to_acrylic/1 - Guide to Acrylic http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/the-watercooling-guide-from-a-to-z.180876/ - Water-cooling Guide http://www.million-dollar-pc.com/ - Gallery

That's pretty everything I've seen/read.

 
 
RyneSmith [4 Builds] 17 points 8 months ago

Holy crap haha thanks

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 5 points 8 months ago

No Problem

 
 
balldrix 2 points 1 month ago

1+ for awesome resources!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 1 month ago

Glad to give them!

 
 
alextargaryen [1 Build] 8 points 8 months ago

She's a beauty!! This is one of the hottest PC's i've ever seen!! Congratulations! +1

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thanks!

 
 
xxvolwarexx [1 Build] 6 points 8 months ago

EPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 7 points 8 months ago

That was the goal!

 
 
Hakumisoso [2 Builds] 5 points 8 months ago

Straight tubing = +1

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

I couldn't bring myself to go flexible, this just looked too good :)

 
 
aroupra [1 Build] 4 points 8 months ago

Dude thats one crazy build +1,one question how did you fit a custom water cooled loop in a microATX case?

 
 
Scaroza [2 Builds] 7 points 8 months ago

It's a Corsair 350D, it's designed for use with water cooling hence the removable hard drive bays etc. It's also a fairly big case for something that only takes mATX boards and smaller.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I get that question alot! Came from about 6 months of planning, and about 6 more months of research on how water cooling works, and the most efficient type of loops. I have 2 240mm radiators, one 30mm thick, one 60mm thick.

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l13199l [1 Build] 4 points 8 months ago

wow, such a nice build! and these pictures are top quality

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Thanks! The pictures were just the PC, a bedsheet draped over a posterboard, natural light through a window, and a nikon point and shoot camera! (and a flash for some of the pics).

 
 
8BitPhoenix [2 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

Sorry to bother you, but please could you give me the model of the Camera. it looks fantastic! Also, the bits where the front was in focus and the back was not, does the camera do that automatically or was that a manual thing? Great build, really great cables too! +1

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

It's the Nikon Coolpix L120, and the focus thing is sort of manual. You point the center of the screen where you want it focused, and it focuses to that point, I hope it helps!

 
 
8BitPhoenix [2 Builds] 1 point 3 months ago

Yea thats great, thanks man! I was juts wondering, can you turn that feature off and just use it to normally take picture with the whole thing in focus?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 3 months ago

I THINK so, not sure, there are different modes such as landscape, sports, still shot, portraits, meuseum... so on... it's mostly auto stuff that changes settings.Bottom line I highly recommend it.

 
 
ImElkay [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Absolutely beautiful. The runs are so clean and perfect. +1

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Thank you, all these positive comments really mean a lot to me.

 
 
ImElkay [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Just one comment though. It looks like by having that water block where the tubes connect on the bottom of the graphics card, you won't be able to add anything else into the PCIE lanes. Is that the case or are the pictures deceiving? Excuse me if my terms are wrong, I know virtually nothing about water cooling.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Great question! I actually never thought of that, but you are correct, but I have a usb wifi adapter, and the sound on the motherboard is well above my standards, so the only thing I would add would possibly be a second graphics card, but that I would also put under water, so I would just modify the loop slightly to accommodate for it.

 
 
ImElkay [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Okay, I'm glad I didn't ruin your day or anything by pointing that out. You can buy the watercooled SLI connectors (again, know nothing about water cooling) where you just run the tubes to the bridge and it cools both cards?

If that was hard to understand (probably was) here is a link to a build that did what I am trying to describe. Skip to 16:10 to see what I mean. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtHDqdo5pR0

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

I know exactly what you're talking about, but I think in my case, I would actually connect the two GPU;s by tubing, since the original use of my tubing (rigid acrylic), was to serve as an SLI connector. Bitspower came up with it, and called it crystal link tubing, but then I found this guy in Europe that made longer length acrlyic tubing with same dimensions as bitspower (E22 Tubing), so I bought his tubing, and bitspower's crystal link fittings, and it worked!

 
 
ImElkay [1 Build] 2 points 8 months ago

Okay makes sense. Thanks for the reply.

 
 
MuiaxPCs 3 points 8 months ago

Nice build man. I'm currently building a machine now with a water cooling system. That is the main reason why its taking so long. What kind of coolant do you use?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I am using Mayhems Pastel White coolant. When you fill your loop with coolant, beware that coolant DOES stain tubing and sometimes clog up and make your waterblocks all mucky. If using colored coolant make sure to have a very high flow loop with a good pump. Colored tubing and DI water is recommended, but they didn't make the type of acrylic tubing I wanted in color... good luck and happy building!

 
 
MuiaxPCs 3 points 8 months ago

Yes, this is why its taking so long. I can't make my mind up on what coolant to use. I have read tons of stuff saying whats better and what not to use.Thanks

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 8 months ago

Yeah, one of my friends that watercooled his full tower build uses a mixture of distilled water, antifreeze, and an antibacterial additive.

 
 
Jimmy 3 points 8 months ago

Antifreeze? Water won't go below ambient temperature...

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I didn't use it, so I'm not exactly sure, maybe just to be safe, maybe it absorbs heat better than water?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Actually, it doesn't! I just found that is has about half the specific heat capacity of water (2.2), When I believe water is 4.184.

 
 
Jimmy 3 points 8 months ago

That's my point, you only need antifreeze if you are using chilled water.

 
 
canders [6 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Wow! Great detail even down to the PSU. Awesome. +1.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Thanks! I peeled off the label (tedious), and removed the glue with some goo gone, and carefully put two layers off red carbon fiber vinyl film on it so it was completely opaque (took me 3 tries!). With the fan grill, I kinda lucked out, and forgot to peel off the plastic packaging cover on the corsair circular logo in the middle, so I painted it, and then peeled that off, and voila!

 
 
RedPhoneBooth [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Woah! Nice man! How do you even start custom water-cooling?? How do you know what parts to get and stuff, do you plan it all out carefully beforehand? And lights are awesome btw... Good way to make a computer look cool for cheap...

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Honestly, I started by googling it! I then joined the forum I mentioned, overclock.net, which is pretty much a community of watercoolers, and modders, and asked them questions, one by one, until I had it all figured out. Youtube guides are also a huge help! In my case, it was pretty hard to plan out the loop route exactly, because I used rigid acrylic tubing instead of the standard flexible tubing, so I had to predict every angle bend I would need. I ordered some, tried them, and then ordered more, until it all worked, and I only ended up with 3 fittings left over. It takes a lot of patience, but it was definitely worth it for me.

 
 
FaPooCcino 3 points 8 months ago

Hi may I ask you one question...What is the fan controller you are using?(Sorry for bad english)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I am using a Lamptron 8 Channel (30 Wt per channel) FC8 Controller. I love it, and it's worked flaweless for me so far!

 
 
Maple [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Chicken nugget <3 +1

 
 
Gooberdad [2 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Very nice build. How much were the water cooler parts, and where did you purchase them?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

The water loop added up to about 800 if I remember correctly, and I purchased them mainly from Performance PC's, with a few orders from frozen CPU.

 
 
Gooberdad [2 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

OMG I haven't looked that stuff at all. Thanks for the info. I will not complain again about an all in one kit costing over $100 when I look at them. Damn that is nice dude

 
 
18hockey [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Mother of God....

Beautiful.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thank You!

 
 
stnz [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Glad to see your build finally here ;). Guess who gets a +1 ?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

Glad to see you found it here, couldn't have done it without you.

 
 
stnz [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Oh you totally could have, but I'm glad I gave any kind of additional motivation to finish this masterpiece ;)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

it really was the community, and there glorious builds that pushed me to do something of this caliber.

 
 
stnz [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

I'm glad, you did a great job at it ;)

 
 
Indloon [1 Build] 3 points 8 months ago

Did you use paracord for sleeving?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

No, I used a type of sleeving called Stiff Line sleeving, made by LutroO, a user on overclock.net. He has great products and youtube guides on all sorts of sleeving!

 
 
Starlana [2 Builds] 3 points 8 months ago

om gawd. +1

 
 
spencerharden 3 points 8 months ago

can u plz put the price of the water cooling

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I estimate around 800 for the complete loop, but if you really want, you can add up the price of all the parts in my complete list on my build log. When I enough time, I may do it myself because I am slightly curious myself!

 
 
snopuff 3 points 8 months ago

Now this is amazing, I am looking around to build my first PC and loved your whole set up and look. Very nice man, might have to check out your build. thumbs up!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thanks, I tried very hard to make his look neat, I think it turned out pretty well.

 
 
aragorn98 3 points 8 months ago

The best build I have seen so far on PCPartPicker. A great build and I really wish I could get the money together to build such a beast.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thanks, I saved up for two years!

 
 
sn0rk 3 points 8 months ago

This build inspired me to want to build something similar like this...or maybe replicate your build lol...it's that good. You did an awesome job man lol

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

I fully encourage you to! All it it takes is patience...

 
 
DownloadMoreRAM 3 points 8 months ago

Holy ****! NICE! you should have had your tubes be clear red plastic! nice job though!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thanks! I thought that colored coolant looks better personally, and the red tubes would add too much red to the build, and not have enough white. Thanks for the idea though!

 
 
DownloadMoreRAM 3 points 7 months ago

All comes down to personal preference. If that's what you think looks sexy, then by all means! ;)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 7 months ago

That's what I thought! In flex tubing, I think I'd rather go with colored tubing, because with clear tubing, you can see the wall of the tubing, which I don't think is as aesthetically pleasing as just a solid wall of color. But again, that's just my personal preference, and I could understand how others think that a clear wall surrounding color looks awesome!

 
 
redflaggaming 3 points 7 months ago

I have a quick question. Please forgive me if it is idiotic, but if you send to much power to a fan from the controller, will it damage/break the fan?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 7 months ago

I honestly don't know, but I think how it works is the fan controller provides a certain amount of power available to a fan. You can sort of think of a fan controller to a fan as a PSU is to a PC. If you throw a Corsair AX1200 in a 200 budget build taht takes 100 wts peak, it won't fry the pc, hopefully.

 
 
JimmyDean91 [1 Build] 3 points 7 months ago

magnifico!! new idol.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 7 months ago

Thanks!

 
 
mattseer 3 points 7 months ago

Very cool!!! Good choice on parts and props too you for custom building!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 7 months ago

Thanks! Custom is the way to go! To take it a step up, I think this summer I'll be doing a project that involves building my own case.

 
 
Cstaker 3 points 6 months ago

Such a nice build! I rly want to build one like you!, but I had no experience with building a PC. I looked at your thread, but I couldn't understand what you did..... Is there an easy way to understand how to build your PC? Thx

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Well if you know how to build a regular, air cooled PC, that's most of it! Their are some simple cable sleeving tutorials listed in one of my comments with a huge list of links (one of the first comments I think). As for the watercooling, there are many videos and links that I've listed on that also! The simplest way to learn would be just to watch and read, because if I told you everything about watercooling at once, it would be slightly overwhelming for most people. Good luck!

 
 
Cstaker 3 points 6 months ago

Ok. Thanks for ll the effort you put in!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

No problem, I love helping you guys!!

 
 
Gregfx [1 Build] 3 points 6 months ago

Damn.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 6 months ago

That's the reaction I hoped for. :)

 
 
BloodAnimus [1 Build] 3 points 6 months ago

Just wow, that build is so beautiful I could almost cry.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Thank you, it really means a lot to me!

 
 
noobhunter500 3 points 6 months ago

Well... I just built in this case and I must say that I was happy 3 days ago when I bought it and didn't see this post. :/ I hate you <3! +1 for the amazing build!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Thanks!

 
 
Draninus 3 points 5 months ago

Absolutely beautiful!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 5 months ago

Thank you!

 
 
ghostroaster5 3 points 4 months ago

Like Corsair much?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

Just a bit. :)

 
 
Vicken116 3 points 4 months ago

Holy cow!!! Dam that is one heck of a good micro tax build! Color scheme=top notch! Sleeving job is off the charts! And so many pics! +10

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

Thank you, I tried really hard on this build, and it's gotten so much good feedback, even I'm surprised!

 
 
Vicken116 3 points 4 months ago

Going to do the same as you with the case but with a blue theme :) And just asking are you Korean, because of the monitor and your pics. (I am)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

Nope, not Korean, make sure to post your build, I'd love you see it!

 
 
XDestroyer 3 points 4 months ago

Mother of God... o_o

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

So I'm the creator of God's mother, eh? Pretty unique I'd say.

 
 
MLPortal 3 points 3 months ago

A bit late here, but I love the look of your build

The angles of the tubing bother me a little bit, but everything else is fantastic and it's not my place to judge. Great job.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

Thank you!! This was sadly built just before Rigid tube bending became very easy and common, and making all the tubes horizontal or vertical would have been very cosly to do with fittings.

 
 
MLPortal 3 points 3 months ago

I bet. Do you think you might change it up at any point? (it looks great eiter way)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

I honestly don't think I'll end up changing it up because I'm at a really money sensitive point in my life (high school), so if I would spend more money on computers, chances are it would be just saving up to build a new one when this gives out in 5 years or so, and also a new monitor up to date rather than a leftover one from my dads office. I wouldn't hesitate to change it up if I could afford it, I love messing around with design like that!!!

 
 
MLPortal 3 points 3 months ago

Yeah, there are definitely more cost efficient things to change than the shape of the loop. Anyway, the build looks great, especially for high school.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 3 points 3 months ago

Thanks, I spent about 4 months planning this specific build,high school got boring... :)

 
 
InsertUserHere 3 points 3 months ago

Loving the look of your system. How is the Dominator GT treating you? I'm looking at a kit of it myself.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

They're absolutely great!!!! I love them, completely flawless, look GREAT in person, nothing to complain about besides price!

 
 
19151491 3 points 3 months ago

It looks fantastic and definitely progressed over time! You are an amazing engineer!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

Haha, thanks!!!

 
 
PickItApart 2 points 8 months ago

Can you play games on this system?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Yes.

 
 
PickItApart 2 points 8 months ago

just playin. awesome build. we all dream of one like that one.

 
 
p1en1nja 2 points 3 months ago

So in the summer do you use that drain port to get some water, lemonade or whatever you feel like drinking? Anyways great build can't wait to see what else you can make.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 3 months ago

Thanks!! The drain port actually serves best for carbonated beverages. Because of it's close proximity to the pump, I can get some real pressure going out the drainport to carbonate drinks, coke especially. :)

 
 
p1en1nja 2 points 3 months ago

ahhh, i see, that makes sense. Well enjoy your beverages!!!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 3 months ago

I actually serve them to others for a small fee, why else do you think I would invest so much money in a pc? To not get paid back anything??? :)

 
 
sober159 [1 Build] 2 points 3 months ago

That is f.. sexy build.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 3 months ago

Why thank you. :)

 
 
VenomousFalcon 2 points 3 months ago

Beautiful build. 10/10

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

Thanks!

 
 
darthzash 2 points 2 months ago

why do you get the 4gb vram of the 770?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

I got the 770 right when it came out, so the 4gb version wasn't released yet.

 
 
Sam_McCofin [1 Build] 2 points 2 months ago

What coolant and fittings are they?? Looks really good for my upcoming build! :)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

It is Mayhems Pastel White coolant, with all bitspower fittings. What's the plan for your build look like?

 
 
Sam_McCofin [1 Build] 2 points 2 months ago

I have no idea, that's why I'm asking you!! :)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

Well, I have to say my build is working very well!!! If you're looking to save some money though, I would bend the rigid acrylic tubing instead of buying a crap load of fittings to make it all work. I built this before bending acrylic really was a viable and easy option, so it was much more expensive sadly...

 
 
Sam_McCofin [1 Build] 2 points 2 months ago

I agree, but the fittings just make it look so damn good!! We'll have to see though... Thanks!! :)

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

Anytime! :)

 
 
WillrusWalrus 2 points 29 days ago

I got a bit hard when I saw that cooling +1

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 29 days ago

Why thank you. Not quite my goal, but not a bad result. :)

 
 
jordaniac89 2 points 11 days ago

That's super tight. Awesome!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 10 days ago

Thanks!!! Want to see even a tighter build I'm currently working on? Check it out here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1495338/build-log-blowout-heavily-modded-acrylic-loop-250d-matx/180#post_22572685

 
 
ABJ117 1 point 2 months ago

Water cooling with milk!

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 1 point 2 months ago

Milk cooling! :)

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Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 8 months ago

Thanks! It is about as real as computer builds get, my build log is proof!

 
 
bablooo 3 points 6 months ago

hye oliver i am ali from pakistan you make a very beautiful machine

 
 
bablooo 2 points 6 months ago

can you make this? or already build

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

I built this myself.

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Nice to meet you, and thanks for the complement, I love to construct such beauty as this, and it only makes me happier to hear that other people like my work as well.

 
 
bablooo 2 points 6 months ago

hmmmmm oliver can this website shipping computers in pakistan?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

I honestly don't know, I would try posting a topic asking about that in the forums.

 
 
bablooo 2 points 6 months ago

have you a skype id?

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Np, sorry, but I'm happy to answer any questions you have right here, or through a PM!

 
 
bablooo 2 points 6 months ago

THANK YOU VERY MUCH OLIVER BUT YOU TRUST ME I AM YOUR BROTHER IF YOU SEN DME YOUR EMAIL I WILL SEND YOU REQUEST AS A FRIEND AND I WANT TO FRIENDSHIP WITH YOU PLZ OLIVER TRUST ME PLZ I AM NOT A FAKE USER THE TRUTH IS I AM A POOR BOY AND I NEED YOUR HELP PLZ OLIVER

 
 
Oliver [Submitter] [4 Builds] 2 points 6 months ago

Feel free to do anything you need to through sending me a private message right here on this sight, they work great!