Project: MakeMeCooler Doraemon

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Bitspower CPU Waterblock Summit EF for Intel 

(ICE BLUE – Acrylic Top Version)

I wanted a different type of water block for our build. Clear acrylic and nickel-plated ones are so boring. In the end we decided to use the Bitspower CPU Water block Summit EF for Intel with an acrylic Ice Blue top.

 

 

Bitspower Leviathan Slim 120mm and 240mm Radiator

We used both 120mm and 240mm Leviathan slim radiators for our loop to give it that extra oomph! The 120mm radiator was mounted at the rear of the of the chassis, while the large 240mm was mounted on the top of the chassis.

 

 

Bitspower Compression fittings

These compression and 90 degree fittings are essential for our loop. Thanks Bitspower!

  • 8 x Bitspower G1/4″ Royal Blue Enhance Multi-Link for OD 16MM
  • 4 x Bitspower G1/4″ Royal Blue Rotary 90-Degree IG1/4″ Extender
  • 4 x Bitspower G1/4″ Royal Blue Stop Fitting

 

Bitspower Flow Indicator (Royal Blue)

I love flow meters … so what better to go with our blue/white theme, than a Bitspower flowe indicator with Royal Blue fittings

 

Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 100 V2 (Clear Body & POM Version)

These reservoirs are ideal for smaller loops, but add a “cool” factor to our build, we decided to link 2 of these reservoirs together. Take a look at the photos here.

 

Bitspower DDC Plus Pump

The Bitspower DDC Plus Pump looks real beefy and should provide sufficient flow rate for our loop.

 

Bitspower Premium Magic-Cube Type DDC MOD TOP G1/4″ (Acrylic Version)

To mount G1/4″ fittings on to the DDC pump, we must first remove the original top and replace it with the “premium” Magic Cube DDC Mod Top.

 

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