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About Monty007

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  • CPU
    i7 3770K @ 4.4
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    Vengeance 32GB
  • GPU
    2 x GTX 780 on water
  • Case
  • Storage
    SSD: 120 GB, 256GB; HDD: 2 x 2tb Seagate, 2 x 3TB Seagate
  • PSU
    EVGA 1300w G2
  • Display(s)
    3 x 24" Apple Cinema Display
  • Cooling
    Fully custom loop - 3 rads - 10 x 120MM
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Rat 7

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  1. well done!! absolutely awesome build. Your attention to detail is awe inspiring! Looking forward to the next project you take on!
  2. Yes, I'm from SL but live in Canada. Yes, I'm a modder as well. Check out my build - link in my signature. Keep up the awesome work!!
  3. Awsome build and pics! Big shout out to a fellow brother from SL! Keep up the great work!!
  4. you think you have enough SSD's?? LOLZ Just kidding. Awesome stuff man. I like how you finished off the drain port on the back with the right bulk head fittings, etc. Well done!
  5. EPIC...simply EPIC... I vote build of the decade!!
  6. I'm a big fan of the QNAP NAS boxes. I have 2 of them: TS-451 (celeron 2.41GHz dual core with 4GB of ram - 4 bay) and the TS-420 (ARM 1.6GHz and 512 MB or ram - 4 bay) The 451 handles all my media, torrents, back ups, VM's and site hosting. The 420 handles all my surveillance (2 IP cameras) and is my redundant backup for my data. The 451 also has an HDMI port and I use it in my theatre room for my projector. Everything is connected to a Gigabit switch and uses CAT6 cable. I like them because I feel I get the most value for my money. I have an iPhone and can control/monitor from anyw
  7. your builds ALWAYS blow me away! Well done bro. Well done!!
  8. stunning build bro!! Love the deatils - hate the name :blink: but hat's off to you.
  9. great build. I'm just getting into Severs and NAS boxes myself. I'm curious on your CPU selection. Will that have enough grunt for your tasks? I have seen others bump up to something like an i3 or celeron. I currently have multiple uses for my QNAP NAS including on-the-fly transcoding of video, surveillance, print server, torrent manager, etc. I'm finding that I'm using around 60-80% of total CPU (Celeron 2.41 GHz dual core) power. I have upgraded the ram to 8GB (max for the board) but I'm concerned i'm outgrowing this box in terms of power. I'm hoping to build a NAS myself but woul
  10. Looks awesome man! Keep up the great work! You going to get a custom Parvum case?
  11. ok. I think you might have to dismantle your loop and check everything once over. Make sure your ports are not plugged and at this point I would test it out of your case. If you can confirm that the pump is doing its job outside of the loop then the problem is more thank likely an air lock situation. Make sure that the fill port at the top of the res is open when you are trying to bleed the air out. have you checked the polarity on the pump? Likely not a problem but just in case. These pumps are built to push water, not suck it in.
  12. thanks for the pics. I think you might have an air lock in your radiator. From experience, I think the best thing is to setup the rad with the ports on the top. I also have the D5 vario and I have mine set 3. What are the temps of your computer? I don't know that case very well but can you mount the radiator on the roof of the case? It should allow you to keep the same length of tubing.
  13. Leaving the ports on the bottom will make it impossible to get the trapped air out of the top of the rad (air gets trapped on the top). You should see if you can flip the rad so the ports are on top and the air can escape. Some radiators have a port on the other end-tank so that bleeding the air is a lot easier (ex. alphacool). Water should flow from res -> pump -> block/rad -> back to res. leave the port on top open with the pump on so the air can escape while the pump is moving the coolant through the system. Please attach a pic. You can use the image icon to add a link to
  14. did you leave a port at the top of the res. open for the air to escape? If not, it will take a very long time to bleed the air out. Please attach some pics so we can see your loop - and please indicate water flow direction.