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Hi, this is my first build. I'm going to mod a Cooler Master Cosmos 2 on the theme ROG : Republic Of Gamer but not in red who is the usual color. So this is a little case for a big mod... :D
More seriously i will use RGB, custom loop and homemade parts for the loop.

 

The project :

For this project i want to watercooled as many parts as possible with a dual loop.

The colors pattern is Green & White for the case and RGB for the lightings.

Build list :

The Hardware :

  • CM : Asus ROG RAMPAGE V + OC Panel
  • CPU : Intel Core i7 5820k
  • GPU : Kfa2 980 ti HOF
  • RAM : 8 x 8 GO DDR4 Patriot Viper Steel 4133 Mhz C18
  • PSU : Corsair AX1500i
  • SSD 1 : Asus ROG RAIDR PCIexpress 240 Go
  • SSD 2 : M.2 PNY CS2030 480 Go
  • HDD : 3 x Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 To

The loop :

  • Water block CPU : Bykski CPU-XPR-A-V3
  • Water block RAM : 2 x Bykski Bykski B-RAM-X
  • Water block GPU : Bykski N-GY98TIHOF-X
  • Waterblock Southbridge & Mosfets : EK waterblock with homemade top
  • Radiators 480mm : Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 480 MP
  • Radiators 360mm : Bykski B-RD360-TK 38 mm
  • Radiators 120mm : Bykski B-RD120-TK 38 mm
  • Temp meter : AquaComputer
  • Flow meter : AquaComputer Highflow
  • Bay : AquaComputer aquaero 6 XT
  • Pump : 2 x Laing D5
  • Reservoirs : 1 x 250mm & 2 x Bitspower Water Tank Z 150
  • Fans : 9 x Corsair HD120 RGB + Commander Pro + RGB LED Lightning PRO

The all in a Cooler Master Cosmos II case !

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Nice worklog and project, like where this is going... 

Thank you for your support!!! This is make me happy. I'm doing my best for success this project! 

Great man!!!

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Prepare for painting :

Sanding and protect before painting :

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And the first fail ! :rolleyes::

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Disassembling part 2 :

The red and blue are the parts who i want to remove :

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These parts and many other are fixed with rivets :

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So, for extract it, the better way is a drill of 3mm and it is better if he is broken :

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I have make a little movie for this :

 

After :

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I will recycled this part to fix the 480 radiator on the bottom of the case :

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Install GTX 980 ti waterblock :

I like realy the look of the waterblock and his lighting !

This is the first time i make a movie of this type. Therefore please be indulgent.:D

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Vertical mounting of the GPU :

For this i need simply to cut the part in red. I have use a grinder for this but the tool is fat and not good for precision, so i have buy a dremel for the others cutings

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After adjusting with a lime this is perfectly fit !:thumbup:

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The final result and the future place for the 480 radiator (thank to my child for the temporary wedge:love4:) :

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The 3D design :

 

The fans grills :

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The front panel in replacement of the grill :

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The support for acrylic reservoirs :

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The waterblock for watercooling the PCI-E ssd Asus ROG RAID-R, for this i will re-machining the passive radiator and coupling with this :

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An assembly for presenting the others parts principally conceited for hide the cables and fix the reservoirs.

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Actually i work on the distro plate, it should be finished soon.

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Adapting the case for 480 radiator :

For having the 480 radiator at the bot with the PSU i need to move this last vertically. So for this i have cut the mid plate and put the PSU.

But the bolts of the bars are solder on the case  and i can't push the PSU to the back. So i have remove him 82800748_decoupesupport.thumb.jpg.b65600ad7e66dd5588329ce414ed8431.jpg

 

A short movie of the operation.

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I have also remote a little lay of metal for perfect adjustment and drill the rear panel with the new position of the PSU.

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She is now perfectly fit. The old hole is stuffy with acrylic ( this screw is temporal, i have make with who i ave at this time)

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Adapting case for 480 radiator part 2 :

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I have recycled this part for fixing of the radiator.

 

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The stock holes are perfect for this but i need to push up the radiator for fit the fans with the door. So i have expands this one.

 

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Now fans and radiator are perfectly fit !:thumbup:

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