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nice builds guys any objections to Phobya sharing a few pics on their fb page?
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nice builds guys any objections to Phobya sharing a few pics on their fb page?
i'm ok if it'll have link to my profile
Edited by andl - 5/11/15 at 7:49am
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i'm ok if it'll have link to my profile

Thanks we will let know when they start to post.
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I can send Phobia photos of my 200 rad if they send me replacement plastic brackets for my Balancer 150 reservoir 😉
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I can send Phobia photos of my 200 rad if they send me replacement plastic brackets for my Balancer 150 reservoir 😉
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please PM me your address and we will of course look after you smile.gif
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nice builds guys any objections to Phobya sharing a few pics on their fb page?
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Thanks we will let know when they start to post.
still waiting for some parts to start rebuild
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Did the arduous task of applying the waterblock to the Titan X last night and part of today and she is up and running with no leaks smile.gif The 2 rads are a slight overkill with only the one GPU now but at least I have spare capacity in future !









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Nice love the red rans and the shrouds
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Thanks ! She is all up and running with new CPU , mobo and RAM. It was quite a job but I managed to do it without draining the loop since the GPU has Quick Releases. I installed Windows 7 , did all the updates then tried to use MSI Live Update 6 to update various drivers and to cut a long story short she crashed with a BSOD. I had to do a full re install of W7 but this time I left LU6 alone mad.gif
Thanks for the brackets AT-Pascal, highly appreciated ! thumb.gif


20150701 212933 par PinzaC55, on ipernity


20150701 212851 par PinzaC55, on ipernity

Short film clip here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3Nf2jAhweI
Edited by PinzaC55 - 7/2/15 at 12:11pm
post #100 of 100
Not even sure if this is watched anymore but I have 2 questions about the 200 Extreme

1. What size is the o-ring for the bleeder screw? Mine has started to split and I want the correct one so as to alleviate any issues later...
2. Is there a fan that will actually fit the holes that the adapter plates use to mount? Just trying to optimize the surface are of this monster biggrin.gif

For inquiring minds, doing a build in a Xigmatek Aquila thumb.gif
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