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Looking good man, what lens did you get? I wanna see some glamor shots

I'd like to get some shots of the acrylic floor, how did you secure it to the case?

It looks like you have the 240 rad going to the top rad which has the inlets towards the front of the case. Seeing as how the inlets for the 240 only take up one drive bay I would suggest to re-arrange your loop so 1. reverse the top rad so the inlets are at the rear of the case instead of the front, and 2. have the tubing for the front 240 rad lay parallel to the floor of the case so it only takes up that bottom drive bay (does that make sense?)

That should free up some drive space.
I ended up getting a Sigma 30mm 1.4 its been pretty good to me so far.

I can take a few more shots of the floor for you, its just 1/8" lexan and it will be secured with screws to the bottom. It will be painted when most of the work is done.

I could try to flip the front rad, but it will make the tubing a little more difficult to run. I can lower the rad about 1.5" if I mount the rad from the floor, which would the only take up 1 drive bay on the bottom.
Not much I can do about the top rad taking a few bays up.
Its hard to run a loop like this being so newb, but I'm learning a lot along the way. Thanks for stopping by thx I will snap a bunch of pics with the sigma lense.


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post #12 of 19
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The bottom rad is currently taking up two bays because its mounted from the front 120mm fan holes that are up a little too much for my needs. I'm thinking one of the ek rad brackets would be perfect for the job.

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Drain Setup
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Managed to pick up a 580 gtx for a really great deal so went ahead and bought a aqaugrafx 580 gpu block. I'm currently testing out the hardware with air cooling and will have the loop completed and in the leak testing phase by the end of tommorow.
Sleeving a psu is not fun, will post pics of that soon.

SSD mounting location

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hmm interested on seeing how this turns out!
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Lol so am i , work keeps gettin in the way of fun, I have a big update ready for when I get off work, tried to make time this morning, but it was a no go.
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hmm interested on seeing how this turns out!


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post #17 of 19
Looking extremly nice...
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heres another update on my build I think im satisfied with the tubing layout now, let me know what you think.





Sleeving of the cables is taking me alot longer than i thought, my ocd is constantly kicking in on the build lol.
I still have alot to do on this build although im really trying to get it working asap, since I recieved an alpha invite for bf3, and can hardly hold off on filling it up with distilled and playing a few rounds( after leak testing of course).
post #19 of 19
Very interesting! Subbed to see this completed.
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