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Corsair 800D and Classified = Best Thing I have Built All Year


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So this is about my 6th build this year. And I must say the thing that really sets this build apart is my case. The Corsair 800D was an absolute dream to build out of. Sorry for the low quality pics but its off of my blackberry (im a overclocker, not a photographer!)

 

Wiring was crazy easy. Im already a pro at hiding wires, but this was just ridiculous. Had to do a mod on the bottom to fit in a dual rad. But that was well worth the work.

 

Let me know what you think.

 

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I'd like to see a pic of the wiring behing the motherboard.

 

BTW, is it just me or is one of the tubes to the bottom rad a bit pinched?

 

There is no way I am opening the back up again!! Its crazy back there!

 

The tubing isnt pinched at all. I think its just the angle of the pic.

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So is there just one pump? Is that all one loop with 2 rad? Temps? So awesome.

 

Yup.... one pump pushing about 1200 LPH and one loop. I run the loop in this order

 

Reservoir -> Pump -> Dual Radiator -> GPU's -> Motherboard chips -> Triple Radiator -> CPU -> Reservoir

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Nice build!

What graphic card are u using? I really wanna a blue water block for my GTX260..... sorry im new to the liquid cooling so... is it the coolant defines the color of your video card water block there? They are sooooooo cool!! I really love blue!!

 

Once again, great build!

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Nice build!

What graphic card are u using? I really wanna a blue water block for my GTX260..... sorry im new to the liquid cooling so... is it the coolant defines the color of your video card water block there? They are sooooooo cool!! I really love blue!!

 

Once again, great build!

 

Thanks man....

 

I am using 2 gtx295's in SLI

 

no one really makes colored waterblocks, but koolance made a clear block with blue led's in it to give it that look. you can always paint your blocks to your liking!

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Very impressive rig---What kind of modification did you do for the bottom two-fan rad? What is the brand/model of the bottom rad? What is the brand/model of the three-fan top unit? What is the brand/model of the reservior and pump?What is the oc?

 

My 2nd Obsidian 800D build employs a i7-920 DO and Classified 760(HD50) to achieve an oc of 4.001.1(LinX 20x of 25000 problems).

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BillFromMI:

They are both XSPC RX240 and RX360 for my radiator. The Pump is a MCP655 1200lph pump and the res is just a regular Danger Den bay res. I would like to get a different res like the EK SPIN or something. I clock any where from 3.8ghz to 4.4ghz and temps run from 34-48.

 

Alder:

To answer yours and Bill's question. Yes the bottom radiator mod is easy. There are a set of rivets (8 I think) that hold the bottom hard drive cage in place. Just pop the rivets out and the 2 parts of the cage come right out. Then pop that radiator down there and you are all set! You can get more advanced and drill some more retention holes for your radiator or even put in a filter if you like but since its mounted at the bottom you may not see this as neccessary.

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