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post #1111 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

I really like these little Swiftech pumps.. With its size its easy to mount just about anywhere and still packs decent performance for how small it is..

the 35x is the best pump out right now biggrin.gif


I have a 355 with Swiftech 35x top for sale if you're interested. Difference: 35x has pwm and can be controlled ~50-60% which is the best performance from a single pump. 355 is still a beasty little pump for high end complex loops.
post #1112 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

the 35x is the best pump out right now biggrin.gif
I have a 355 with Swiftech 35x top for sale if you're interested. Difference: 35x has pwm and can be controlled ~50-60% which is the best performance from a single pump. 355 is still a beasty little pump for high end complex loops.
I own the 35B for my GPU loop already ..controlled thru Lampron FC5v2. I believe its the same top as the X

Nope, it pumps a little bit less than the 35x.. For some reason i thought it was the same pump minus the PWM..
Edited by Hanoverfist - 9/27/12 at 8:02am
post #1113 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

35x w/ a koolance ddc top and tube reservoir. I'm thinking of ditching the 360mm rad up front for a 240mm one.


why 3 rads werm?
post #1114 of 1907
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Originally Posted by rmorse27 View Post

why 3 rads werm?


Just looking for maximum cooling (and on a budget) for a cpu and four gpu(s). I'm probably gonna ditch the XT360 upfront and go with a 240mm rad (I'm searching for a gtx 240 and they're hard to come by used).
post #1115 of 1907
Hey, so I have a problem. The little tabs on the side panels that slide into my case have become damaged. I've tried straightening them back with needlenose pliers but the darn panels just won't fit back on!

I'm just running with no panels at the moment, but what a waste of a 200mm fan! If I get the time and resources I want to look into making hinged panels, but I can't even get these on enough to use the case screws. Any ideas guys? redface.gif
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post #1116 of 1907
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Hey, so I have a problem. The little tabs on the side panels that slide into my case have become damaged. I've tried straightening them back with needlenose pliers but the darn panels just won't fit back on!
I'm just running with no panels at the moment, but what a waste of a 200mm fan! If I get the time and resources I want to look into making hinged panels, but I can't even get these on enough to use the case screws. Any ideas guys? redface.gif

Try putting the hinges inside. I've seen hinged door mods before. as long as you install the hinges properly and it closes properly too, you can use the thumbscrews. Its like installing a door in a home. Just gotta make sure everything is true, leveled and straight. should work.
post #1117 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Try putting the hinges inside. I've seen hinged door mods before. as long as you install the hinges properly and it closes properly too, you can use the thumbscrews. Its like installing a door in a home. Just gotta make sure everything is true, leveled and straight. should work.

I would but I'm at school, and I the only tools I have easy access to are my screwdrivers and other stuff in my PC repair kit. I plan to try and do hinges over Christmas break, but I wasn't sure if anyone knew of a better temp solution. Speaking of which, does anyone know if Xiggy will sell me panels for this by themselves?
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post #1118 of 1907
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the 35x is the best pump out right now biggrin.gif
I have a 355 with Swiftech 35x top for sale if you're interested. Difference: 35x has pwm and can be controlled ~50-60% which is the best performance from a single pump. 355 is still a beasty little pump for high end complex loops.

I love my 355. Its running three koolance 7950 blocks in series, an xspc raystrom, and two rads. I have a phoyba 1080 on the way that I'm going to mount externally. Hopefully the pump will still handle it. I may pick up a 35x2.
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post #1119 of 1907
Almost done. Need to do a drainport and start filling up the loop biggrin.gif . Going to drop pics soon
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post #1120 of 1907
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Speaking of which, does anyone know if Xiggy will sell me panels for this by themselves?

Shoot one of these guys an email.. cant hurt to ask.. smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1279856/contacts#post_17663364
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