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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/23 14:42:27 (permalink)
Silly me. And here I thought you were just a passionate hobbyist.
Those diods on the other side though - an rgb rainbow won't go well with the theme, but I presume you already know it and have a plan. l'll eagerly await for the updates!
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/23 14:58:33 (permalink)
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Silly me. And here I thought you were just a passionate hobbyist.
Those diods on the other side though - an rgb rainbow won't go well with the theme, but I presume you already know it and have a plan. l'll eagerly await for the updates!


I am passionate and hobbyist too :) I love it!

RGB was only to show my idea with side panel :) Light will be white :)

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 07:43:44 (permalink)
Considering your name, you are from Poland too. :)
Either way, I checked your profile in hopes to see more threads, as it seems you've done many custom projects in the past. I'm not sure whether forum rules allow for self promotion, but I'd love to see more.
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:12:22 (permalink)
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Either way, I checked your profile in hopes to see more threads, as it seems you've done many custom projects in the past. I'm not sure whether forum rules allow for self promotion, but I'd love to see more.


Have You seen my Project before? COSMOS PROJECT?








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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:35:17 (permalink)
I don't think I did. If it is here on the forum, then apparently the user account history shows not only limited posts, but also limited threads.
 
I really like it. Interesting stylistic choice. 'Retro futuristic' phrase comes to mind. Although the right angles witihin the case seem to stick out a little bit, compared to rounded edges elsewhere. ...let nobody think I'm just a fanboy 
 
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:37:36 (permalink)
No, I didnt post it here :) It is my last Project which I was showing on polish forum.

Maybe You would not belive me but Behemot is my second Project with LC, cosmos was first :) Before, I just put together expensive computers on standard hardware without any mods etc.

I was learning a lot about LC etc and started do it with huge amount of knowledge :)
post edited by arkjas92 - 2021/05/24 14:42:01

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:40:19 (permalink)
Could you PM me where you show off your other work?
 
Also, if you don't mind me asking, how did you get into this? Where does one start?
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:43:37 (permalink)
Where it start? Around 10 years ago when I bought my first cosmos 1000 case and I was thinking about it how it will look in differenr color. That how it started :)

Real experience and high level came when I decided to do my first LC in COSMOS, this which you saw.

After many modifications I decided to try HEDT platform but my case was too small for bigger LC, so I decided to do my own case with enough cooling power for everything which I Can buy in future, BEHEMOT :) This is my second LC.

I know most of people try something simply at start, cpu block, small radiator, little pump, naaah, it wasnt to my, I wanted something big and cool soo I decided to do my first LC like a pro, and I Did it :)
post edited by arkjas92 - 2021/05/24 14:49:40

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 14:52:35 (permalink)
wow massive
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 15:00:42 (permalink)
When I asked you about selling custom rigs to people, I meant spcifically such as your projects ;) But I get it now.
 
That's quite inspiring, though I will only be builing a pc for the first time now...  Still a lot to learn. I would not risk much right now, for looks or otherwise.
I'm at a stage, where I'm even paranoid whether a liquid cooling system would destroy my hardware, lol, so maybe I should just stick to a good air cooling one.
 
 
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/24 15:07:34 (permalink)
Haha, hair dryer and paper towel are my Best friends :D x299 dark had water even betwen pins in socket :D

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/25 11:10:34 (permalink)
Haha, You are not helping my phobia! 😓 Though maybe that's a good thing... 
Btw, is Cosmos case supposed to be always open? I see no glass, but then does it work well with the air flow? In the least, is that a good option for someone who has a cat with a lot of long hair? ;)
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/27 12:06:59 (permalink)
Looks pretty sick!
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/28 18:11:42 (permalink)
Very nice
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/05/31 09:57:57 (permalink)
You sir, are a master smith of PC's.

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/02 15:06:56 (permalink)
Such a sick looking build my dude. many props
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/02 16:06:06 (permalink)
Belongs in a secret lab somwhere! Awesome.
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/02 20:59:48 (permalink)
Really cool build!
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 02:48:17 (permalink)
Recently progress update has gone quiet, but for good reason.
 
 Several problems have arisen.  One of them was a faulty octo which destroied 9 fans.
 
 The second problem, which in my opinion is much more serious, is the continuous decrease in flow.
 
 The flow at the start was about 200 L / h, so very cool, even on one D5 pump it gave 130 L / h, but after a few hours it started to drop drastically to show 10L / h on 2 D5 pumps at max rpm!
 
 The problem turned out to be various kinds of muck that accumulated in the cpu block and eventually it appeared so much that it almost completely stopped the movement of the liquid.  I disassembled the system many times, filled and drained it slightly a dozen times, exchanged liquids for other liquids, it could not end otherwise.
 
 When dismantling the system and installing new parts and elements, a lot of dust, hair, cat hair, rubber residues from o-rings got inside and found its stop in the cpu block.  You have the effect of this in the pictures.  One big slush like in the bathtub drain after living with a girl for a month.
 
 I cleaned the block, flushed the system and what?  It helped.  For a moment...
 
 The problem appeared again despite flushing etc, although not as serious as before, because the flow dropped to 100L, but that did not satisfy me, there was still a lot of s**t in the system.
 
 Friend gave me a solution.  Aqua Computer Filter.
 
 I installed it immediately before the chilled liquid inlet from MORA to the cpu block.  All the trash that stayed in the block now remains in the filter, which, thanks to the valves that block the flow of liquid, allows you to clean the mesh without disassembling the system.
 
 A convincing solution.  The flow from 2 days has not changed a bit, finally !!
 
 Unfortunately, a system as advanced as mine and so extensive needs solutions that are not needed in smaller and simpler systems.  5L of liquid flows in the system, there are a lot of connections and other elements, so and more dirt appears during demolition, and there are a lot of nooks and crannies where it can accumulate.  Fortunately, this unpleasant episode was brought to an end.
 
 I am still waiting for new fans that the OCTO destroied.
 
 At the end, I was doing tests in a BLENDER with the PC connected to the TV, so I took a photo with the phone.  These are the temperatures I got on this system with direct die after 1h of classroom rendering in a blender.
 
 Behemoth's cooling power blasts the brain !!
 
 i9 9940x 480W
 14x 49/32
 1.315V
 2x D5 4800 rpm (190-200 L / h)
 25x P14 / P12 900 rpm
 

 

 

 

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 03:06:22 (permalink)
You mad man, I love the build. I can't imagine how much this is costing in materials alone. Have you decided on a color palette?
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 03:12:41 (permalink)
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You mad man, I love the build. I can't imagine how much this is costing in materials alone. Have you decided on a color palette?


Everything is painted and finished bro :) But I hope you have mean Behemot, not COSMOS which i showed on this page?

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 03:56:43 (permalink)
great work true masterpieces
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 04:57:30 (permalink)
 
Wow that's a lot of crud in the block, even considering the amount of hardware you have there. That filter is a great solution.
 
Where did you place the filter - right after the pump/res?
 
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One big slush like in the bathtub drain after living with a girl for a month.

   true that!
 
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 15:12:22 (permalink)
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Where did you place the filter - right after the pump/res?



I placed filter betwen mora and cpu, it looks like this:

reservoir --- pump 1 --- pump 2 --- front radiator --- back radiator --- gpu block --- mora --- FILTER --- cpu block --- ram blocks --- Reservoir

All muck was stopping in cpu block so I decided to stop it after mora when cooled liquid flow to cpu block

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/04 23:58:04 (permalink)
This is very cool. I don't have that sort of creativity and I don't mean that as a knock on myself. I think it's awesome when people come up with cool designs and bring them to life.
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/05 11:46:50 (permalink)
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Where did you place the filter - right after the pump/res?

I placed filter betwen mora and cpu, it looks like this:

reservoir --- pump 1 --- pump 2 --- front radiator --- back radiator --- gpu block --- mora --- FILTER --- cpu block --- ram blocks --- Reservoir

All muck was stopping in cpu block so I decided to stop it after mora when cooled liquid flow to cpu block

 
Thanks. Pumps in series to increase pressure, right? You have a fair number of radiators and jet plates / blocks to get through, plus a filter now. Better make sure those fittings are tight! (If I'm correct, pumps in series = flow rate same, head pressure increased. Pumps in parallel = increased flow rate, head pressure unchanged).
 
I like that filter idea, and really well engineered to remove crud without having to drain the loop. I'm reading reviews on Amazon and some are wildly conflicting - some say it drops flow rate significantly, others say not at all, so I'm confused. Did you do a before/after measurement of flow rate and pressure with that filter?
 
Couple other points to note with that filter;
Apparently the inlet/outlet should be reversed from the writing on the unit - as written, it would mean the filter would collect debris on the backside of the filter which makes the clear observation window pointless.
One reviewer who apparently pulled it apart said the problem was the ball valves as they restrict flow to about half of what a normal G1/4 ball valve would allow, and the housing opening is machined to about 4.5mm.
 
I guess an inline filter with ball valves at either end would work too. Hmmm.
 
Btw, anyone looking for that filter, here's the link:
https://www.performance-pcs.com/water-cooling/accessories-misc/aquacomputer-filter-with-stainless-steel-mesh-ball-valves-and-mounting-plate-g1-4-aq-34018.html
 
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/06 03:27:28 (permalink)
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Thanks. Pumps in series to increase pressure, right? You have a fair number of radiators and jet plates / blocks to get through, plus a filter now. Better make sure those fittings are tight! (If I'm correct, pumps in series = flow rate same, head pressure increased. Pumps in parallel = increased flow rate, head pressure unchanged).


It isn't true. I have pumps in series connection and on 1 pump I have 130 l\h and 190-200 l\h on 2 pumps. Dont belive everything what you read in internet :) Flow and presure is bigger on series connection.

Nereus
I like that filter idea, and really well engineered to remove crud without having to drain the loop. I'm reading reviews on Amazon and some are wildly conflicting - some say it drops flow rate significantly, others say not at all, so I'm confused. Did you do a before/after measurement of flow rate and pressure with that filter?

Couple other points to note with that filter;
Apparently the inlet/outlet should be reversed from the writing on the unit - as written, it would mean the filter would collect debris on the backside of the filter which makes the clear observation window pointless.
One reviewer who apparently pulled it apart said the problem was the ball valves as they restrict flow to about half of what a normal G1/4 ball valve would allow, and the housing opening is machined to about 4.5mm.


Without filter I had 200 l/h, with filter I had 190-200 l/h so decrease isn't as big as people say. Maybe because I have 2 very strong pumps and that is why filter dont change anything in flow.

The observation point have sense when you put filter on the front of your case and you can see it. I have filter between mobotray and MORA so i dont need to see what is inside because mora cover everything:)
post edited by arkjas92 - 2021/06/06 03:29:47

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/06 06:06:41 (permalink)
 
Thank you for the reply, good information!
 

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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/07 07:58:41 (permalink)
Man this thing is a hoss. And great job on the case
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Re: Project BEHEMOT 2021/06/07 11:34:27 (permalink)
The amount of work that went into this, just wow insanely good job. Also love those yellow cables.
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