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heres mine it not much but i love it
what do you guys think of it

Right now im waiting on a new Mobo and CPU
my 1St water Cooling

Alittle Dust but nothing major

System Specs are

Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro
MB: Gigabytes GA-990FXA-UD3
CPU: AMD FX-6300 3.5Ghz Stock Clocked @4.6Ghz
Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H110i GT
RAM: G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)
SSD: Kingston SSDNow V300 Series (Main)
HDD1: Western Digital Blue 250GB (Storge)
HDD2: Western Digital Blue 250GB (Bench)
GPU: Nvidia EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti FPB
PSU: Corsair RM1000



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heres mine it not much but i love it
what do you guys think of it
I like the graphic its pretty cool... how is it done a cling or what?

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i got it made @ http://www.decaljunky.com/

Great Prices and customer support you can get any picture done
but it has to be Black/White and them send them the picture
and then they will send an example of the work and how it will look
they even for a face book and the saide panel is posted there to with alot
of other of there decals
check it out here

https://www.facebook.com/DecalJunky/photos_stream
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This is the measurement I would need, thank you so much for doing that.



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This is the measurement I would need, thank you so much for doing that.



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6.5", 165mm.
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THAT IS AWESOME NEWS!!! Thank you so much. With my reservoir on the gpu cover, and my 57mm thick rad and fan will leave me with 1/4" to spare. Now I just hope with my collection of fittings I can plumb it in.
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My Enthoo Primo setup is almost finished too,


!! Wow that looks nice.

Here's mine...




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It's my first ever watercool though and it hasn't leaked in a year so I'm happy. But even this took a lot of effort, relative to air cooling, so my mind boggles at the work you guys put in for these aesthetically impressive builds. Right now I'm coming up with every excuse I can find to avoid tearing it apart to clean it out.

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THAT IS AWESOME NEWS!!! Thank you so much. With my reservoir on the gpu cover, and my 57mm thick rad and fan will leave me with 1/4" to spare. Now I just hope with my collection of fittings I can plumb it in.

Man that will be snug, good luck with the water cooling.
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Man that will be snug, good luck with the water cooling.

I just hope it will cool my 3570k and TITAN.
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I just hope it will cool my 3570k and TITAN.

You have 330mm space at the top, I see the RX240 is 278.5mm, that leaves 51.5mm. I used a Black Ice Pro 120mm rad at the back, it is 25mm + fan = 50mm. I have that with a Swiftech 240mm radiator cooling a 4690k OCed to 4.5 GHz and a GTX 970 OCed to 1518 Mhz core and 2000 MHz memory. Idle temps are 28C and load during stress test are under 60C. The additional 120mm really seemed to help, you might consider getting one.
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