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new build ( first with hard line so we see)

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2018/06/07 16:59:36 (permalink)
just one or 2 things yet too come in. but it time finally for me to get started putting it together. just for quick ref it's a x299 dark with 7980xe and 2 kingpins. will go into more detail as I go along. but here a few pic's of what I'm using in this one. along with hardline this will be first time using TT products. hope it turns out looking as good as and  as fast as I know it will be . ty for your idles.  

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/07 20:34:18 (permalink)
    oooooooooooooooooooooh!  can't wait to see!

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/10 07:35:42 (permalink)
    here's a update on what I have got done so far . work in progress. I will replace the ties with red when I get some , and I have to get some of the tubing bending tools before  I can put the tubes on . and my water block for the cpu is not lock down yet . the spring loaded nuts were not in the kit . missing ( not a good thing for a 100 $ block lol) have to call tt. so a few bugs . hope you all like what you see . I do for my first open case build type. here's the pics.

     ps this is a 2 loop build , so far I only have the vid cards rad , fans and pump in . and if in pic you can't till that they are 2 kingpins . also a first for me. I always before used Titians .

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/10 09:06:16 (permalink)
    This is developing very well.

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/10 14:40:47 (permalink)
     
    Looks good so far.

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/12 18:16:23 (permalink)
    keep up the good work
     
     
     
     
    post edited by rmorse27 - 2018/06/14 03:57:29

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/13 08:22:26 (permalink)
    well I'm working on some idles to do that ,hiding the cables but your's looked like p3 not p7 . and if you look closer you would see that the p1600 ps covers the opening for the cables and for  the x299 drak connectors  the holes are also covered for the cables  . plus I have to plan for when I have my 4 titian x pascals in this build. the error on my part was believing TT when they said this was setup for a build this big. but please look and see the ports you have and are using, are covered by the evga parts I'm using .thinking about making a waterfall or something like that to cover cable's . but first gwt them in all them and neat thin try to hide I will try ty . but please check out the size dif of what you used and what I used . 
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/14 03:52:32 (permalink)
    My bad sorry didnt realize is was a p7 case keep up the good work.

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/18 12:34:00 (permalink)
    Looking clean as heck! However, just my opinion I'd use a different color cable tie or some cable combs that'll make your cables pop out! They were either expensive if you purchased them or alot of work if you did them yourself! Go show it off! I've used the TT Hard Line kit, I got from a microcenter, it includes everything you need to start off with however I wouldn't use the liquids they include. =[ Mine clunked up fairly quickly. I tried using the Vue, however that ate away at the o-rings quickly as well. =[ Maybe I'm doing something wrong! 
     
    That's besides the point! Great looking build so far! Hopefully more pics to come! Try taking them in better lighting so we can see all your hard work! 
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/19 13:10:26 (permalink)
    yes ty I was out of the red ties . but have got then new ones in . they have all been redone and the other side ( pump res and rad and fans are all in. waiting on a few fitting from TT so I can start to bend and install the hard lines. but I will take a few new pics from where I'm at now with the build . and again ty
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/19 17:16:05 (permalink)
    here a few pic's new ties are as close to the same red as I can find but at least there not orange anymore lol don't get the rest of my fittings from tt till the 21's that will be when I will start to bind hard for the first time . realy don't want to mess the look up . but we see like I said lol
    the ties are red but the flash makes them look a little pink 
     

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/19 18:47:38 (permalink)
    WOW!
     

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/20 10:11:56 (permalink)
    Outstanding.

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/20 11:01:37 (permalink)
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/20 21:15:33 (permalink)
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/20 21:15:54 (permalink)



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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/21 09:54:14 (permalink)
    I really like the wiring, the way you ran it. It looks clean as would be said. I'm sure the plumbing will be just as good! +1  
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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/24 15:46:14 (permalink)
    here a few new pic's and you can really tell it was my first time trying hard tub . I think I will rebind it all , when  time to do first maintenances . but it works and so far no leaks . please don't fall and hurt your self laughing to hard.  on next post I hope to have some numbers on how well it run's.  just a few of the colors

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    Re: new build ( first with hard line so we see) 2018/06/24 17:15:44 (permalink)
    ps the only thing powered up  is the pumps and the cooling lighting all the rest is still off for at lest 24 hours till i'm sure no leaks lol so not a lot to see sorry and ty
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