Mountain Mods User Gallery

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Hey MM Guys! I decided to completely overhaul my Horizon after replacing a defective motherboard and adding a quad core, and I figured you guys would enjoy seeing how one of your creations has matured! My system is completely filled with a Q6600 G0 CPU running at 3.7ghz on an EVGA 680i motherboard, dual 8800GTX's in SLI, an ATI X300 for dual monitor SLI, 4GB of G.Skill HZ DDR800 ram, dual Raptor X 150GB's in Raid 0, and dual WD 500GB's in Raid 1, all powered by an Enermax Galaxy DXX 1000W PSU. My CPU, video cards, and Northbridge are all cooled utilizing dual water loops. While each loop uses dual Laing DDC2 18W pumps, the CPU loop has its very own dedicated Thermochill PA120.3 radiator and I have a Swiftech MicroRes to aid with bleeding/filling. The GPU loop has water pumping through a Danger Den 680i water block, two EK full cover 8800GTX blocks, and another Swiftech MicroRes, leaving heat exchange duties to a Thermochill PA120.2 mounted underneath the horizontal motherboard. Coolant is Pentosin G11 Blue UV in the GPU loop and pure distilled water with red UV dye in the CPU loop. Temperatures are absolutely excellent, and with all of the airflow through the case, none of my components get hot at all. I added another 120mm fan in a triple bay fan mount which took care of the plain, empty area on the front left side due to only having a pair of 5.25" devices installed on the right. I wanted to build the case in a way that made it look very "business outside, party inside". For this reason, I chose to use all black fans and black grills, with the only light source being from four 12" Logitech UV CCFLs to illuminate the UV reactive coolant. All wires have been sleeved/heatshrinked, and I modified the CCFL power wires to connect to my Sunbeam fan controller using 3pin fan connectors, giving me the option to dim them or turn them off completely using the front knobs. All in all, it was an extremely fun build, and I enjoy being the envy of all the gamers here in Kuwait. :) I still have trouble believing that I was able to fit an Enermax Galaxy PSU, a PA120.2 radiator with two 3.5" HDD's attached to it, and FOUR Laing DDC2 pumps all under the motherboard. MM U2-UFO cases never cease to amaze me! Thanks again, Jose Temporarily in Kuwait RX7Boricua on