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I actually used it, but in the most right tube that passes between the radiators I tried to bend a little more after I removed the silicone. If it was so terrible I would replace the pipe, next time I will be more professional and will not make discounts myself.

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  • 11 months later ...

Carbon Red 2016

Based Fractal Define S which has been "adapted" to the E-ATX board

All construction includes hand-made slip

BITSPOW PETG 16MM PIPE STRUCTURE

A red pastel liquid of Mayhem

X-XNUMMMT XT45 Radiator Encoder for Corsair SP360

D5 pump + X3's EK buffer

EK-FC video card block SE is paired with the GTX 780

EK Supremacy EVO Processor Block Upgraded to I7 3770K 3.5 @ 4.5

 

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  • 4 weeks later ...

Fractal-based Define S (unfortunately no white)

All construction includes hand-made slip

BITSPOW PETG 16MM PIPE STRUCTURE

A blue pastel liquid of mayhem

The Alphacool XT45 360MM radiator is coupled to the Corsair SP120 trio

Alphacool XT45 X-Flow 240MM Radiator for Corsair SP120

Pump EK-XRES 140 Revo D5

EK-FC1080 GTX Graphics Card Block GTX 1080 SC was running fast Of 2126Mhz and memory running in 11,016Mhz

CPU Block EK-FB MSI Z170A XPOWER TE Monoblock - Nickel i7 6700K running comfortably in 4.7Ghz on 1.325V voltage

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Update for construction last year:

I upgraded the screen to 1070, and to my sorrow the pipes that did not fit into the new block.

* I've run out of Niels's soap so I just made the cable for the screen.
(The next order will be for the new construction).

* In the next construction I will use PETG pipe + quality pipe bending (instead of the gun and ruler).

* LED in orange color ... ( Of NOTE3 ...)

29051148475_469fda0f91_k.jpg7 by Amadey YN, on Flickr

28430126984_7d0ae2d8b8_k.jpg8 by Amadey YN, on Flickr

28430096594_38ef3e1d9d_k.jpg9_1 by Amadey YN, on Flickr

28430107694_e2b7b19342_k.jpg10 by Amadey YN, on Flickr


 

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