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Thanks Brittain, I got that idea from your tutorial. That becomes very handy after reading your thread. Thanks again.
Sure thing, Here in a couple months I will be home from my Tour of Duty in Egypt. I'll get my DSLR camera and take all new photos for that thread. The ones I have in there now are sub-standard. But obviously, the point is not lost because of the poor image quality I am stuck with because of the old camera I have with me here.
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post #32 of 62
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Sure thing, Here in a couple months I will be home from my Tour of Duty in Egypt. I'll get my DSLR camera and take all new photos for that thread. The ones I have in there now are sub-standard. But obviously, the point is not lost because of the poor image quality I am stuck with because of the old camera I have with me here.
Good on you mate. Looking forward to see the new shots with your new camera. I am thinking of buying a new camera as well but my budget is not cooperating at the moment! lol
    
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post #33 of 62
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I got the monster RX240 rad today, it is tight but just about right. Good news is I can still use normal DVD drive. I can either fit the slim DVD and use a normal 120mm fan on the top or normal DVD without a fan on the top (or if given the chance, I can fit the scythe slim 120mm fan).

Here are some of the photos. I just need to provision HDD holes and the case is ready to be painted.

Guys, shall I go with green paint or black is fine?



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Looking swissy! Rads ent my thing but certainly looks the bis!
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I was so excited to fit in the CPU. Fist time fitting an AMD CPU into the motherboard. Yeah! Lot easier than Intel, IMO.



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Installing windows, woooot!



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I was able to overclock the CPU to 3.8GHz with a sigle parameter change in BIOS (BUS Speed). Everything else is left at default. I just want to see if the mobo can oveclock.

I will be running it in stock anyway.
    
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I was surpriced how the EK-NB fits in this board. The block covers 2 chips, I guess I am lucky to have this block. I still need to buy proper fittings though. Any suggestions on the tubing run?



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post #38 of 62
Looks like a pair of 90deg fittings to span the center two, and then out/in from the outer two? Have to know more about the exact setup to help more, though. Looks pretty cool how it is now, though. Very unique tubing solution there
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post #39 of 62
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Looks like a pair of 90deg fittings to span the center two, and then out/in from the outer two? Have to know more about the exact setup to help more, though. Looks pretty cool how it is now, though. Very unique tubing solution there
It will be the two bottom connected by a pair or 90deg fittings. The top fittings on the CPU-RASA is the inlet while the top hole of the EK NB will be the outlet. Loop will goes like this,

PUMP>CPU>NB>RAD (plans at the moment using T as inlet and bleeding port)

or

PUMPCPU>NB>RAD>RESERVOIR if space will not be an issue.

I am also planning to put a Block on the HD5670 if I can find a descent one.

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I just pulled the trigger and bought some parts in eBay US (HellFire)



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These parts will allow me to do things when building my loop inside that small case. And then I will just probably sell all the unused parts afterwards, lol.
    
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