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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/02/23 04:33:17 (permalink)
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It is THE most complicated.  It is soooo many processess switching bits, and rotating and such.  There is this process called "lean 6 sigma" where you try and streamline processes, but this is not the case.

Going from 3/8 end mills, to 1/4, 1/16, profiling, extruding, drilling (3 different bits there) and doing all kinds of stuff.  I will be happy to be done with this batch.  Much smaller batches next time.  Bit off WAY more then I could chew.  Took a few weeks to design and prototype this alone. 

& lol @ milord :P

 
Automatic Tool Changers are still ridiculously expensive right?
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/02/27 23:13:58 (permalink)
WOW! amazing work 

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/01 06:39:00 (permalink)
bobbygamer

you should set up a time lapse of a al or cu block that would be badass

I have been DYING to do that!!
 
 
Halfdead14

Automatic Tool Changers are still ridiculously expensive right?

yes!  crazy expensive!
 
 
lilchronic

WOW! amazing work 

Thanks! 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/03 20:04:45 (permalink)
Made a jig to allow me to work on the underside of the top plate:

 
increased waterflow 100%
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/03 20:28:52 (permalink)
Great work Nate!! I love CNC custom work like this and, if i had the dough, i would be doing it myself for all kinds of things. You are a inspiration nate and def bring the creativity out in me when i see your work. thanx man!!! \m/

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/04 05:06:28 (permalink)

a video of the milling above finally finished "processing"
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/10 05:49:46 (permalink)
that just looks epic if possible can you pm us with a price for the mobo block and the vr block?
 
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post edited by corbs10 - 2013/03/10 05:54:46
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/12 16:06:31 (permalink)
This is an incredible build.

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/12 20:25:03 (permalink)
Thanks!  Broke another bit last night.  $35.00 down the drain.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/12 23:29:26 (permalink)
Very nice.  To bad you're not in production of a set because I'd be interested for my own AsRock Mobo.  If I am not mistaken, Koolance, EK, and others haven't made a block yet for the Extreme 11...  I don't think they ever will...

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/12 23:56:20 (permalink)


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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/13 06:53:09 (permalink)
Hawaiiboi808

Very nice.  To bad you're not in production of a set because I'd be interested for my own AsRock Mobo.  If I am not mistaken, Koolance, EK, and others haven't made a block yet for the Extreme 11...  I don't think they ever will...

I am making a batch at the moment.  It has taken some months.  Plagued with machine issues, hurricanes and stuff. 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/13 19:39:40 (permalink)
Some VR blocks in various states of completion:

 
and ANOTHER busted end mill:

Thats ANOTHER $35.00 down the drain.  The spindle stopped spinning while I wasn't sitting in front of it.  I am quite upset because now I have more troubleshooting and I have to order another bit.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/15 05:50:18 (permalink)
Wow that sucks.  I bet you can't wait to get your new machine online and working.  Then you can have it turn out 6 of these at once.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/18 17:43:37 (permalink)
Now waiting on new motor brushes. When it rains, it pours
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/19 08:38:23 (permalink)
That sucks
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/03/26 19:47:40 (permalink)
The last process, a tiny indent for the CMOS battery:


 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/04 06:54:52 (permalink)
Your work is quite amazing and a very impressive talent...



 
 
 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/07 19:50:10 (permalink)
Thanks guys.  This block has been a killer, but I think I finally have it.  I didn't pretty this on up, but its straight off the machine to a test fit:

After multiple fit testings, I got the right number that allows for the video cards to fit.  I had to shave four THOUSANDTHS of an inch off the top to get it to fit just right.  Now I have to do that to all of them, and begin the finishing up processes.  My humblest apologies for this block taking so long, but the tolerances are most challenging for my machine.  Thank goodness my second CNC is on the horizon...
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/08 06:25:27 (permalink)
WOW Nate, as always, absolutely epic work.
Wish you had a 2011 proc so we could see temp tests before and after.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/08 09:44:56 (permalink)
Anyone have one I can test with?  :)
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/14 05:55:16 (permalink)
I'm amazed.. simply..
 
I'll be following the progress on this one, as I'm planning to watercool my entire X79 Extreme11 setup during this year. So far only the lack of waterblocks for the motherboard itself has been holding me back a bit, since watercooling CPU and GPUs makes little sense without watercooling the chipsets and VRs aswell. Getting a quiet air cooling for everything except the SB fan is quite easy, but since the SB fan makes more noise than everything else together, it's all a waste. And to get a proper OC of the CPU, the VRs need proper cooling aswell.
 
Hence, so far my air cooling has been sufficient enough.. but with the chance of a complete waterblock setup for the entire motherboard, it suddenly makes a lot of sense to move forward to H2O again
 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/15 06:38:16 (permalink)
Hi Nateman! I sent an email last night - but just to make sure that you received it, I thought I would post as well. I have not posted on this forum 10 times, so I could not pm you. Sorry. Please contact me with pricing/availability of this waterblock. I was getting ready to buy another block when I came across this awesome post! Thanks!
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/15 07:21:27 (permalink)
Didn't know anyone else actually made blocks for this board, interesting.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/19 13:15:37 (permalink)
Nate

How bout some LGA 2011 copper xeon blocks, and full copper for these crazy guys:

http://www3.pny.com/NVIDI...Newfont-P3224C365.aspx

http://www.pny.eu/product...-K20-Workstation-Card/

http://www.amazon.com/NVI...0AA2C1DC/ref=de_a_smtd

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/19 15:35:41 (permalink)
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Didn't know anyone else actually made blocks for this board, interesting.

MIPS makes them
 
http://www.mips-computer....kelPomBlack.htm?ID=412
 
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/20 09:52:13 (permalink)
Some serious talent ya got nateman!!
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/20 10:57:47 (permalink)
That is some great talent you have.

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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/21 18:10:29 (permalink)
Thanks guys! 
 
Knight, if someone wants one of those Tesla cards cooled... i would be more then happy ;) Right now I am sand blasting the POM tops.
 
Taking much longer then I had hoped.
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Re:ASRock X79 Extreme 11 Waterblock (TONS of PICS) 2013/04/21 19:27:16 (permalink)
Edit: Nate, when we're we going to see your first longblock for that 70' Mustang I bought ya with my Monopoly money?

I'll take ya up on my next system build, at least on the Quadro GPU full block.
Nvidia or developers are dragging their feet on Maya and iRay/MentalRay for cuda Dev.

By the time I need something for renders, I might just dual Xeon server, don't think I've seen full water "Render Box" Xeon server build.

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