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Just finished adding an ex 120 into the loop let me know what you guys think. thumb.gif


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Take one plain looking EK dual top..



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This piece needs to be hit with a bench buffer before it goes on,i have seen one at a good price so that will be my next purchase for the 'lab'
There will be a matching piece for the pump side too,should look good when its done.


How will you install it on the Pump Block? Glue?

(I really love the look of it, but nickel drool.gif )

That looks so awesomesauce. I love Copper so much. NOMMY!!! wheee.gif

That is a great idea B. thumb.gif

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That looks so awesomesauce. I love Copper so much. NOMMY!!! wheee.gif
That is a great idea B. thumb.gif
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Thanks man,2mm Copper sound easy to file and shape but it so isnt.....
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Just finished adding an ex 120 into the loop let me know what you guys think. thumb.gif

How did you manage to mount it (bottom rad)? Looking good. Cheers.

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How long has it been going on?
took me 3-4 days to add more coolant in my loop. Nothing has been added ever since
sorry i didn't reply to you in my other reply i missed your post. Loop has been running for around 2mths total and was rebuilt about 1mth ago for a leak check. havn't added anything since my last post a few days ago it hasn't dropped any so looking good for now.
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How did you manage to mount it (bottom rad)? Looking good. Cheers.

Not sure how he did his, but I just used scotch mounting tape for mine =P

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Not sure how he did his, but I just used scotch mounting tape for mine =P

Nice. So basically you cut out the bottom and stick the rad to the chassis using the tape? Thanks.

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How did you manage to mount it (bottom rad)? Looking good. Cheers.

I dont have it mounted its a snug fit between the case and the brackets for the hdd cage that i removed so its just sitting on 2 pieces of foam until i can get a new dremel and cut out and hole for it to screw into the case.

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Very nice. How long do you think until will be able to purchase? I can always test your prototype out if you need... you know to make sure it will keep the temps nice and cool biggrin.gifthumb.gif

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