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#17994 by siliconart
10-08-2017 10:47
So I have decided to water cool my Streaming PC.

Also this is gonna be a Nvidia Green and Black theme ;)

Grab some popcorn and follow along on this epic journey :)

Day 1

Here are all the components: 



CPU - Intel 4790k



Asus ROG Maximus Gene VII



Corsair Vengeance 2 x 8GB of 2133Mhz Ram



Asus Strix 750ti GPU



2 x Aver Media Live Gamer HD Capture Cards



Samsung 750 Evo 250 GB SSD



WD Black 4TB HDD



Corsair AX760 Platinum PSU



EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel CPU Waterblock



EK-CoolStream PE 240 (Dual)



EK-XRES 100 Revo D5 PWM (incl. pump)



EK-UNI Pump Bracket (120mm FAN) Vertical



EK-Vardar EVO 120ER Black (2200rpm) Fans



Y- Splitter cables for Fans

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#17995 by siliconart
10-08-2017 10:59
EK-HD Tube 10/12mm 500mm



A whole bunch of fittings



EK-CryoFuel Nvidia Green Concentrate 100 mL



And lastly the case :)
Phanteks Enthoo-Evolv mATX Tempered Glass Edition in Black











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#17996 by siliconart
10-08-2017 11:02
Motherboard Box



Manual



Nicely organized screw box



Pump mount



The bare case



io shield



CPU waterblock contents



waterblock



What you get in the box



Checking the Jets



Replacing the Jet



Screwing it back together



The Backplate rubber



Checking screws



Installing backplate

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#17997 by siliconart
10-08-2017 12:22
Screwing it all down



Adding the thermal compound



Looking sexy! shh stop talking to yourself



Installed motherboard into case



Installing Power Supply



Realizing that you should probably add the cables you need 1st



Now installing the Power supply



and that'swhat it looks like from the front

 

Installing capture card 1



Installing capture card 2



Installing the GPU



Adding the SSD



Looking good there ;)



Now for the HDD

I think it looks like a person, don't you?

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#17999 by siliconart
10-08-2017 12:43
Its Radiator time



When you first open the box



You get all the screws and tools you need



Bubble wrap, safety first



Tadaa!



Mmmm Radiators



Clean crisp distilled water



Time for the flushing process



Rinse and repeat



When they are all dry, we can install the fans



All installed, but Daaaaam its was a tight fit!



Bottom Rad



Top Rad



I even had to remove a screw that holds the top of the case on, as it was stopping the Rad to move all the way to the left. :(



Check out the clearance

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