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DIY pc desk (replica of Linus pic desk)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 Getting close! im waiting on some 3-pin and 4-pin extensions for the pumps and fans and then im going to organize all the cables that will be visible... the question is if the pumps is strong enough. Im running two separate loops for gpu / cpu & ram... I got a backup plan if thats the case.!image1[690].JPG


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I was so close to rupture the radiator when we lifted the desk on to the legs! Just bent some of the fins and a small buckle in the water chamber :P 

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  • Here I have one flow meter for each loop!IMG_1402.JPG
  • Here I have the controls for the fans! IMG_1403.JPG
  • Here you se more exactly where the control are!image.jpg
  • Here is the dust cover for the af140 fan. I know it's ugly! Anyone have any tips on a little more nice looking?(and yes I'm going to change the silver screws for some black!)image.jpg

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And I have added this cheap IKEA cable rack! image.jpg

 

if there is anything you want me to take a picture at let me know!


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Hey! Now I'm almost finished! Just some cable management and ordering the glass! I have some plexiglass I'm going to use until the glass comes! I added 2 drawer units under to have various things in. 

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Here u see the led remote i put on the inside of the right leg with some Velcro. And on one side on the back  I have a charging cable for my phone and the other side a charging cable for my corsair h2100 wireless headphones! And under u se the mess of cables I'm going to manage tomorrow! I'm running the pumps overnight to get all small bubbles out.. hehe it was not easy to get the big ones out.. lift left right up down upside down and so on ! :P 

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The control for the faans! (Don't mind my whitetrash tattos!) haha

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I must admit that I don't really like the way it looks on the mono block when it goes to the ram block.. :/ what do u guys think? But I must say that for being the absolute first watercooled build, and no big mishaps I'm quite pleased by the result! It has become a addiction! Haha I've spent like 2500 bucks on it.. and I earn 1900 a month! So I'm living on nudles right now :P

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A pic of the setup matching pretty good! :) 

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3 months of hard work is finally done!! :)

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I'm thinking about adding mayhems red dye in both systems, or what do u guys think? 


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19 hours ago, Krille21 said:

3 months of hard work is finally done!! :)

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Damn thats sexy. Although the Mat is a bit too big. Smaller mat would be better to see that lovely hardware


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That turned out really nice!  Definitely a good first loop!

edit: btw, whitetrash tattoos are the best tattoos :D


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, Dennis de Rooij [NL] said:

Very very nice man! Quick question? How long did this project take ?

 

 

about 3 months! and most of that time was waiting for cash :P 


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5 hours ago, 0ld_Chicken said:

That turned out really nice!  Definitely a good first loop!

edit: btw, whitetrash tattoos are the best tattoos :D

haha thanks man! 


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One thing i did not think, is that the hole system with pumps and all.. with overclocked gpu and cpu. just draws 299watt at MAX :P 


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10 minutes ago, Krille21 said:

One thing i did not think, is that the hole system with pumps and all.. with overclocked gpu and cpu. just draws 299watt at MAX :P 

Seriously?!  I'm at 280w with just Chrome open xD  (mostly due to my bios modded gtx980's)


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Just now, 0ld_Chicken said:

Seriously?!  I'm at 280w with just Chrome open xD  (mostly due to my bios modded gtx980's)

yeah I was pretty suprised to say the least.. I was worried that my 1000w psu wouldn´t be enough, but with 700 watts i have much head room :P but when i change to the 1080 TI I will expect it to draw little more! 

one good thing is that the fan on the psu have never turned on. :)


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5 minutes ago, Krille21 said:

yeah I was pretty suprised to say the least.. I was worried that my 1000w psu wouldn´t be enough, but with 700 watts i have much head room :P but when i change to the 1080 TI I will expect it to draw little more! 

one good thing is that the fan on the psu have never turned on. :)

yeah that is part of the reason I got the rm1000x, though I can pull 700w easy while gaming.  As high as 850 while benching cpu/gpu at the same time :P Though that is also using a Kill-a-watt meter so it is factoring in the psu's "waste" energy as well and I don't think your readings would include that. actually I'm assuming that is what "power in" is reading... duh hahaha

 

I had a 750w and it was fine but the fan would get really noisy while gaming 9_9

 

edit: maybe you should add a specs list in your first post, having trouble finding a hardware list for your build


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yes, but the Corsair link program actually also can show how effective the psu is.. I have seen some videos when they are testing it with a real watt machine that takes accurate meassurments and the Corsair link program is like 1.5% off! :) and the higher the watt usage is the more efficient it gets! check out one video here

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1 hour ago, Krille21 said:

yes, but the Corsair link program actually also can show how effective the psu is.. I have seen some videos when they are testing it with a real watt machine that takes accurate meassurments and the Corsair link program is like 1.5% off! :) and the higher the watt usage is the more efficient it gets! check out one video here 

yeah thats really cool, I would've gotten an "i" instead of an "x" but I got a really good deal on it, i think it was about 80$ after a rebate (100$ before)


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