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Holding water

Today marks the second filling of water (maybe third) and the water system test. Now to leave it running for a day or so.

I say second filling because I had a leak at the drain valve, fixed with some plumbers tape, the fixing of which lead to a leak in the fitting on the bottom of the reservoir. 49 more words

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Sorry for the delay, but I have been busy working on the build!

At this point I have installed all of the hardline.

I’ve water tested. 422 more words

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Adventures in Line Bending

Today I began the hardline bending portion of the build. I decided to get a bit more precise in designing the lines. This resulted in me picking up some white board and peg board. 329 more words

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TECH XP: EASIEST DIY MONITOR STAND -- DESKTOP TOUR (UPDATE)

There isn’t much that is different about my desk at the moment, except for my sweet new monitor stand!

I was looking at some stands to clear off some space on my desk and make the cables a little easier to manage, but for the most part they are pretty expensive for such a simple thing. 220 more words

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PS4 - Thermal Paste Replacement

Recently, my PS4 has been getting particularly loud, the fans have been kicking in and generally not stopping. I gave it it’s due it has been around 2 years since it made it’s way to my front room and got switched on. 289 more words

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TECH XP: CHERRY MX VS. GREETECH BLUE SWITCHES

Here are two videos showing what the two keyboards I reviewed sound like (the CM Storm Quickfire TK and the One-Up Mechanical Keyboard)

The above video shows how the Cherry MX switch sounds on the CoolerMaster keyboard. 264 more words

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TECH XP REVIEW: CM STORM QUICKFIRE TK

I got a refund on my previous keyboard and used the money to buy the Quickfire TK from CoolerMaster.

This keyboard features genuine Cherry MX Blue switches, accompanied by blue backlighting. 725 more words

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