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Hey guys, I'm ordering tomorrow. I have a question though, I was going to order an H80 with the case but I'm kinda interested in Watercooling. Can you guys help me put together a custom loop that's less then $200 or maybe a kit?

Edit: tl;dr, Go with H80 or $200 watercooling? And can you help me out?
Edited by ANDMYGUN - 10/3/12 at 10:08pm
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post #2812 of 7172
Ordered case and should arrive Friday. Amazon has the same price as Newegg but free shipping. Save $18 if you're interested.

Question I have is I plan on mounting a 3.5"card reader in the lower of the two 5.25" bays. Picked up a FP55B adapter for this purpose. I would also like to mount a Samsung 830 SSD in this adapter. The drive mounts upside down and to the rear of the adapter (above the card reader). Obviously I'm not worried about heat from the SSD but was just wondering if anyone thinks there might be a issue with this setup that could be caused by the card reader when it is being used. There will be slightly less than 1/4 inch (0.48cm) clearance between the SSD and the top of the reader case.

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Edited by Hicountryrider - 10/3/12 at 10:05pm
post #2813 of 7172
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Originally Posted by [Adz] View Post

Hey guys,
I'm sure there was something in the manual suggesting putting it fan side down. I think it said that if your psu has a 120mm fan or bigger, you should put it fan side down.
I put mine down because my non-ref 7950 puts the hot air into the case, and when the PSU fan is facing down it will exhaust that hot air (hopefully) out.
post #2814 of 7172
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yes but from the top coming the dust, its not the same to put from side or bottom, top is the dirtiest position

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Included fan filter for PSU rolleyes.gif

I KNOW THAT THE FILTER ON THE TOP IS INCLUSED

But what i means is that i worry because i have some doubts about this filter cant be sufficient to retain the dust into PSU.

Top is dustyest position ever, a simply dust filter is enought ?
post #2815 of 7172
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I KNOW THAT THE FILTER ON THE TOP IS INCLUSED
But what i means is that i worry because i have some doubts about this filter cant be sufficient to retain the dust into PSU.
Top is dustyest position ever, a simply dust filter is enought ?

Your over thinking this issue. Mine faces up and when in blow out the case rarely anything comes out of the PSU instead there is more dust inside the case even though there is a filter. The point is you need to regularly clean your case anyways so don't worry. Route it the way you like, either way will be fine. Point is 80% of us have it face up without issues. Some have it face down without issues. Pick and be happy biggrin.gif
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ok but inside the PSU u cant clean rolleyes.gif
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ok but inside the PSU u cant clean rolleyes.gif

Yes you do it by blowing it out with compressed air. You seem to be a very meticulous builder and enthusiast which is a great quality to have as I feel am I, but either way you install the psu will be fine thumb.gif
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Hey guys, I'm ordering today but I'm thinking of getting a custom loop can you guys recommend some parts for me? This is what I have so far,
I'm still missing a res and pump, The fittings are also quite expensive any alternative? I'm also holding off on ordering a 120m Radiator to keep prices down I only have about $200 to spend.
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post #2819 of 7172
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ok but inside the PSU u cant clean rolleyes.gif
I would think that an advantage of having the PSU fan on top in the TJ08B-E is that it gives you very easy access to use compressed air to blow out the PSU by just lifting the filter off.
post #2820 of 7172
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Originally Posted by ANDMYGUN View Post

Hey guys, I'm ordering today but I'm thinking of getting a custom loop can you guys recommend some parts for me? This is what I have so far,
I'm still missing a res and pump, The fittings are also quite expensive any alternative? I'm also holding off on ordering a 120m Radiator to keep prices down I only have about $200 to spend.

Looks good so far. For pump/res you'll need decide if you want a bay res or happy using an small tubular one. The alternative to compression fitting would be to use barbs
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