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    #1
    Hi Guys,

    I thought I'd post this up here too for everyone else to see, and I haven't done a WC build in a while

    Im Currently in the proecss of building up a new watercooled CoolerMaster Cosmos II Ultra. So i thought id share my build with you guys or anyone wanting to build their own watercooled CoolerMaster Cosmos II Ultra.


    Build Spec
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    Intel Core i7 3960X Sandy Bridge-E 3.30GHz 15MB 130W LGA2011
    ASUS Rampage IV Extreme/BF3 Intel X79 DDR3 Quad Channel E-ATX PCI-E3.0
    2 x Mushkin Redline Ridgeback 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3-1600 CL7
    2 x Sapphire ATI Radeon HD7970 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E
    Corsair AX1200 Gold Professional Series Modular power supply
    Intel 520 Series 120GB 2.5" SATA3 6GB/s 34nm SSD
    Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB 64MB Cache SATA III
    ASUS BC-12B1ST 12X Blue-ray Combo
    CoolerMaster Cosmos II Ultra Tower

    Watercooling Spec
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    EK Supreme HF Nickel + Acetal CPU Block
    EK Multioption RES X2 - 250 Advanced Reservoir
    EK CoolStream RAD-XT 360 Radiator
    EK CoolStream RAD XTC 140 Radiator
    2 x EK-FC7970 - Acetal+EN (Nickel) GPU Blocks
    Laing D5 Vario 12V DC Pump
    EK D5 X-TOP - Acetal G1/4 Rev .2
    Bitspower Black Sparkle 3/8" Compression Fittings
    Bitspower Black Sparkle Rotary 90-Degree Fittings
    Bitspower Black Sparkle Rotary 45-Degree Fittings
    Bitspower Matt Black Stop Fittings
    Bitspower Matt Black Multi-Link Adapters
    Tygon R-3603 Clear 3/8" ID 5/8" OD Tubing
    EK-Ekoolant Blood RED (premix 1000mL)


    The Build
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    The hardware im using






    This beast of a case :P






    The best way to always start a big water cooling project is to always strip down the case as much as you can. as I have done below







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    #2
    that is gonna be one sexy looking rig!

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    #3
    man that case is beast as !

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    #4
    dat spec

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    #5
    man that case it tank for watercooling. Keep us updated sure will look mint az

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    #6
    Fappin' and F5'in'.

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    #7
    wish the computer shop I work for was rich. Can't wait to see the rest!

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    #8
    Will be keen to see this build. As I am tossing up between the Cosmos 2 and the TJ11 to replace my 800D

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    #9
    A fan on the mobo? Oh jeez, I thought those things were phased out decades ago.

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    #10
    should have the beginning of the WC shots up by tomorrow

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    #11
    Seems legit

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    #14
    HURRY THE **** UP RAZOR!!!!!

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    #15
    There

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    #16
    Missing stick of ram?

    Lookin good Razorfoot, also nice setup at CL

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    #19
    Wicked build, that redline looks so good
    nz_nails
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    #20
    I just jizzed.

    One question: Why are the fans on the two 120mm rads at the front set as exhaust? I assume the fans on the top 480 rad are set as intake??

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    #21
    they are 140mm and my intakes will be on the side panel

    id rather not have the radiator heat exhausing into the case

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    Ah yeah, makes sense. Forgot the case has side intakes. Are they filtered? I still think you guys should order tonnes of DEMCi Flex filters. They're not magic and filter every single microscopic spec of dust, but after having them for about 4 months now I can tell you you'll notice the huge difference.

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    #23
    Is it just an optical illusion or does that top GFX card have a bit of flex in it towards the end?
    I know flex can be expected but its just looks like quite a bit.

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    #24
    am i missing something ?

    480 supplies chilled love to the top gfx card, which has two tubes going out to the 2nd gfx card ?

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    That looks correct, yes.

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