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post #61 of 135
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Oh cool. Thanks for the tip... I actually PM'd him about a couple of things myself. Should be interesting indeedy!
post #62 of 135
Awwww, crap! I wasn't quick enough to claim the 10% off at Performance-PC's, the voucher expired, now it's like 850$ :<
post #63 of 135
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$850, eh? Sounds like an interested cart. Whats in there?

Looks like I might be get a full rear drive bay cover, a custom 3-bay front cover, and a drive bay side panel. Clean and neat!
post #64 of 135
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$850, eh? Sounds like an interested cart. Whats in there?

Looks like I might be get a full rear drive bay cover, a custom 3-bay front cover, and a drive bay side panel. Clean and neat!
Uhhhh, some blocks (CPU and 2xGPU), tubing, fittings (Compressions, stoppers, pass through's, 45's and quick disconnects), cables, a radiator (480), lighting, a res, backplates and some switches.

I would take a screeny but I have to scroll to see it all
post #65 of 135
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"Red" O rings. Uh....

Yeah.









Putting stock back on zzz
post #66 of 135
you should be carefull using those 45 degree non rotaries, they are very hard to screw in all the way and get them in the position that you want, cause if they are not screwed in all the way, it will leak.


also nice R4 fans, thats what i used in my build, i have to tell you they are the best fans on the market besides the ap-15 in my opinion, much cheaper too
Edited by RushMore1205 - 6/28/11 at 4:30pm
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2x Raptor 150gb, 1 300gb raptor, 1 tb black caviar Win7 Ultimate (64bit) 3x Viewsonic x2268 3dVision Surround!! g-15 Logitech 
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post #67 of 135
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They aren't bad. Adjusting the rotary with a clockwise rotation means you wont loosen the fitting at all.

Edit: about the fans. for sure, they push some air. I have a stack of drive bays with fans attached next to my window on full intake right now.. I should probably invest in some AC. It was almost 30c yesterday.

Edit2: noticed you were talking about the NON rotaries. OK. Got it. I know what you mean and I do agree. I was considering buying some rotary adapters as well, but that would have to be in like 3-4 weeks.
Edited by Glancey - 6/30/11 at 8:40am
post #68 of 135
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Got all my water blocks in, I'll be starting the build properly next week. Pics soon.

In the meantime I got a bit of time today to install my pumps in to the EK Dual Top.

To use the dual top with the PMP400 heatsinks requires a little modding. Thanks to luke997 for this idea.



One of the bracket/mounts on the top right frame has to be cut off for it to fit.

A little bit of dremel work and some filing and voila








Not quite flush, but good enough for me. Especially since they are completely out of sight.



post #69 of 135
Looks good ;D!
post #70 of 135
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Someone requested I post up some pics of the res when it arrives. Here you go:



Two side ports



One in the top and bottom




Hidden anti cyclone




Top cap




No water line




Red!

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