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post #761 of 1907
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mkII????

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confused.gif I only know there's the window and non window versions either in full black or silver accents. I'mma be po'd if a significantly updated and better models shows up shortly mad.gif
I'm almost done, with the last thing to do is wire-management. Foolishly, I took out the fan hubs that came with the case thinking that my ModMyToyz hubs would do the same job. Well, they work but they're too big and the panel door won't close with them (actually too tall w/ the fans connected). I could put them in the case but I would rather use the compact oem ones that Xigmateck includes especially since it has six fan headers (as opposed to five on the ModMyToyz). So that means a full break down to get to the mounting locations for the stock fan hubs. I got my clips from ebay so that should help tidy up the wires smile.gif

Yes MK II of MY upgrades..... have found all the faults and getting ready to fix them, cable managment is the big one, also NOT enought back plate holes more temp sensors for the w/c
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post #762 of 1907
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Yes MK II of MY upgrades..... have found all the faults and getting ready to fix them, cable managment is the big one, also NOT enought back plate holes more temp sensors for the w/c

Ah, I see. Its like phase two of your builds evolution, ? Post pics biggrin.gif
post #763 of 1907
mk 2 okay now i know what you were trying to say i thought it was a part for your build at first im still on stage one for my build hopefully i get some income to buy the rest of my parts
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post #764 of 1907
Here is my last and final update to my water cooling set up,I have made one loop instead of the two I was running.

LOOP res - 360 rad - in cpu out - 360 rad - 2gpu's - res




Edited by rmorse27 - 7/28/12 at 8:53am
post #765 of 1907
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Here is my last and final update to my water cooling set up,I have made one loop instead of the two I was running.
LOOP res - 360 rad - in cpu out - 360 rad - 2gpu's - res
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just like how i did mine but minus the gpu since my gpu is a non reference design
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ocz vertex 3 western digital western digital western digital 
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western digital western digital hp-dvd1270 black ice sr1 420mm 
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XSPC Raystorm AMD XSPC 5.25" reservoir Swiftech mcp350 win7 64bit 
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hannspree 28" saitek cyborg v.5 corsair hx850 Xigmatek Elysium 
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post #766 of 1907
Good but are you fan of that 7/16 hosing?
post #767 of 1907
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Good but are you fan of that 7/16 hosing?




hose is 3/8id 1/2od
post #768 of 1907
oh well Im jus saying these big ass cases dwarf most everything lol...
post #769 of 1907
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oh well Im jus saying these big ass cases dwarf most everything lol...



I like the extra room makes cable management easier.
post #770 of 1907
I'm using 3/8x1/2. It don't bend nicely like 1/2x3/4 but its damn good and the fittings (especially compression) are inexpensive thumb.gif


No updates from me frown.gif since I sold my x79 setup and I'm waiting on my x58 setup to come in. I need to save as much money for a growing family, so instead of giving up on the hobby, i'm going to a budget friendly platform. For now biggrin.gif

I did get a sweet deal on a RiiiE w/ an ek block biggrin.gif
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