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Very nice build man. Grats on a kick arse pc!cheers.gif
 
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Great job. Seems like a lot of ppl upgrade from the HAF X to Caselabs, lol. I noticed not all your fans are GT's, are you going to replace the bottom ones in the future? Sleeving is also pretty easy just get some sleeving, heatshrink and a heatgun, it's one of those things that people who watercool eventually have to learn.
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post #23 of 36
Awesome build man!

I think one would have to have the patience of a saint to sleeve all those cables in the back lol
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Originally Posted by catcherintherye;13592269 
Great job. Seems like a lot of ppl upgrade from the HAF X to Caselabs, lol. I noticed not all your fans are GT's, are you going to replace the bottom ones in the future? Sleeving is also pretty easy just get some sleeving, heatshrink and a heatgun, it's one of those things that people who watercool eventually have to learn.
The only ones that aren't gt are the red fans. I wanted to use them for some style-points. So basically they are all gt except for the 4 red ones in the pictures
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What I should probably do is build up the courage to solder the fan cables together, since there are so many y-split cables and etc
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Originally Posted by fortunesolace;13591510 
jakefeb3, great build! What ID/OD are your tubing? Could you measure for me the space of the power supply bracket or your ANtec TruPower Quattro to see if it will fit under it where you've installed it. I'm planning on using an Antec 1200 HCP w/c is 150mm wide & I would like to see if it will fit(modding it w/ a dremel). I'm planning on my 2 rads to be directly side mounted on the PSU side vents.

Appreciate the help! Thanks in advance!

It's just over 6" of space. 6.1" or so
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very nice, congrats smile.gif
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post #28 of 36
Jake,

For multiple fans, I used these distribution blocks:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=60_392&products_id=30359

Performance-Pcs has a few different sizes, VERY handy!! Here's a few pics in my build:

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post #29 of 36
Fan-bloody-tastic build - well done applaud.gif
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I'm currently getting an overclock of 4.5ghz (2.8 stock). 197 bus speed. The sr-2 board temps are all messed up on 1 of the CPU blocks, which is annoying. My vcore voltage is around 1.42
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