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Project ReVolt Sponsored Build

Tekred
Level 7
Hello Everyone,

This is a build I recently completed. Feedback is welcomed 🙂

First I would like to thank my sponsors; InWin, Bitspower, and Teamgroup for making this build possible.

About the Build

This is a re build of a previous project I had. The PETG tubes had some issues which caused it to leak and frying my gtx 1080. So I stripped the build and salvaged what I could and through the PETG in the garbage and decided I would go back using acrylic tubing. I tried to keep this build simple but with attitude, and orange being my favorite color I was really wanting to do a build using orange. I didn't want it to look Halloweenish so I decided to go with white and orange with some black accents. The 303 chassis by InWin is a really fun case to build/mod in and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a mid size chassis with plenty of space. I modded the case with a front window so the watercooling can be viewed from the front. I also added 4 120mm fans to the roof, which I painted to match the build. Overall the build took way longer than expected and I ran into many issues along the way and that's where the name Revolt came from. Hope you guys enjoy the photos!




Hardware


Asus Zenith Extreme x399

AMD Threadripper 1950x

Asus Strix gtx 1080 ( replacing with a new 1080)

Teamgroup Nighthawk RGB 32gb @3000mhz

EVGA Supernova 850 G1+

Inwin 303c white

Inwin Polaris RGB (Custom Painted)

Custom sleeved cables by me



Watercooling by Bitspower

TR4 waterblock

GTX 1080 waterblock

16mmOD Crystal Link Acrylic tubing

200mm Res + DC pump combo (custom painted)

Hex flow indicator (custom Painted)

360mm x 55mm Radiator (custom Painted)

delux white fittings, many of them


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feedmeink
Level 12
Looks cool. I like the route you went with the outlet off the pump. May I ask what went wrong with petg tubing? Only leaking I've heard of is from the fittings. Not the petg itself. Or am I misreading?

feedmeink wrote:
Looks cool. I like the route you went with the outlet off the pump. May I ask what went wrong with petg tubing? Only leaking I've heard of is from the fittings. Not the petg itself. Or am I misreading?


Thank you, and yes that's exactly what happened. The PETG tubing I guess heated up causing it to shrink at the fitting due to the compression of the o ring. I have build coming up for Thermaltake and they sent me 40 meters of 16mm OD PETG :confused: hope I don't run into this issue again lol

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator
Some intricate pipework there, nice build.
13900KS / 8000 CAS36 / ROG APEX Z790 / ROG TUF RTX 4090

Silent Scone@ASUS wrote:
Some intricate pipework there, nice build.


Thank you 😄 that's what I was going for lol

Very nice and well put together built!!
Corsair D900 Custon water cooled!

ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREMIMG
i7-5930K Haswell-E 6-Core
G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000
2- EVGA GeForce GTX 980 TI Hydro Copper Signature
EVGA 120-G2-1600-X1 1600W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified
2- Swiftech MCP655 pumps & Bitspower BP-2D5TOPP-BK Dual D5 Mod Top
2- OCZ Technology 256GB Vector Series SATA 6.0 GB
2- XSPC Quad-Fan Radiator & 2- XSPC Dual-Fan Radiator