Cougar F1 W08

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by dmodz, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. dmodz

    dmodz New Member

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    Hi everyone, We are dmodz a farther and son PC modding team, will be using this thread as a build log for a custom watercooling mod using the Cougar Conquer case. The theme for the case will be based on Lewis Hamiltons winning F1 car.

    We really like the vivid turquoise, black and silver colour scheme. The case of course lends itself to the feel of a powerful engine (or does to us).

    The case itself needs very little hard customisation on first inspection, lending itself well to less experienced to medium modders and system builders. It is a pre 'modded' design so it looks great by simply adding your chosen components.

    Dylan and Dad.

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  2. Matty-Hodgson

    Matty-Hodgson Moderator Staff Member

    We're all really looking forward to seeing the work go into this build.
     
  3. Mishima

    Mishima Administrator Staff Member

    Hey - welcome! :)

    Can't wait to see how this one turns out. That case is a beast.
     
  4. dmodz

    dmodz New Member

    Put the case together without the fans as will be replacing the stock fans with some RBG's will not be going full rainbow but more to utilise a light blue or turquoise and white effect. Looking to add a triple 360 rad to the top of the case and a double 240 to the front.

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  5. dmodz

    dmodz New Member

    Major component I forgot to add was the GPU. Asus Rog Strix 1080ti should give enough punch. Of course we will be removing the heatsink and fans and adding a water block.

    The fans that come boxed with the Conquer are decent 120's but we have removed these in order to install 5 new fans to sit with the 360 (top) and 240 (front).

    Liquid colour is still up for debate, however we are leaning towards liquid.cool's sky blue which will match in well with the striking blue lines on the panels.

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