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post #6231 of 12478
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Annnnd ****.. I forgot screws for the fans frown.gif

if you need radiator screws, any local hardware store will carry them, usually a 6-32 Screw, and whatever length you need.
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post #6232 of 12478
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if you need radiator screws, any local hardware store will carry them, usually a 6-32 Screw, and whatever length you need.

The only problem is i need the ones with flanges. The fans i got are 3 piece fans. So if they are not secured properly, there may be some unfortunate events. I already had a minor issue with one fan lol.
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post #6233 of 12478
Where do you guys place your pump and reservoir if you have a 120.2 placed at the bottom and a 120.3 in front?

Just by looking at the pictures of the case it seems like I won't have enough space for the MCP655 (default top) with a swiftech micro res right next to it.
Edited by ronquilent - 2/7/13 at 12:10pm
post #6234 of 12478
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Where do you guys place your pump and reservoir if you have a 120.2 placed at the bottom and a 120.3 in front?

Just by looking at the pictures of the case it seems like I won't have enough space for the MCP655 (default top) with a swiftech micro res right next to it.

Not the same pump as you (i have dual MCP3xx type) I cheated and just build a pump stand off of my front 240 radiator that also holds my reservoir biggrin.gif

Testing the new dual pump and reservoir
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Anyone got some pics on how you have your hard drives set up (preferably 5+ hard drives so i can compare) Trying to keep it clean, but having a hard time doing so with ****y cable management for the HDDs
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post #6236 of 12478
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Anyone got some pics on how you have your hard drives set up (preferably 5+ hard drives so i can compare) Trying to keep it clean, but having a hard time doing so with ****y cable management for the HDDs

Im in the same boat, I have tried my best to keep them clean but with the current cable it's just not very good. I have a single gap between each drive and then in that gap I have pushed the excess cabling between each connector for the sata power. I'm looking into custom making my own sata power cables or just making a sweet metal shroud to cover both the hdd cages and the psu with fan mounting locations. I've also thrown the idea around to just build a NAS and only have my SSD which is hidden and the game drive which can also be hidden.
 
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post #6237 of 12478
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Im in the same boat, I have tried my best to keep them clean but with the current cable it's just not very good. I have a single gap between each drive and then in that gap I have pushed the excess cabling between each connector for the sata power. I'm looking into custom making my own sata power cables or just making a sweet metal shroud to cover both the hdd cages and the psu with fan mounting locations. I've also thrown the idea around to just build a NAS and only have my SSD which is hidden and the game drive which can also be hidden.

I was thinking about this as well, i currently have 6 hard drives (one that gets disconnected to use the DVD drive) and it can look like a real mess. I have a Bitfenix cable in there now, but even then, it doesnt look amazing. I would like to make a new Sata rail, but i dont think it will be a great idea with my HX, i fear of blowing it up.
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Go the gpu watercooling my temps during gaming on my gtx 670 ti are 28c and the most it has gone to while gaming is 31c. It never throttles and the boost kicks in 24/7 as temps stay extremely cool. Plus it looks great too.
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I was thinking about this as well, i currently have 6 hard drives (one that gets disconnected to use the DVD drive) and it can look like a real mess. I have a Bitfenix cable in there now, but even then, it doesnt look amazing. I would like to make a new Sata rail, but i dont think it will be a great idea with my HX, i fear of blowing it up.[/quote

Try running the cable there's a small hole on the top of the case where the hard drive rail is I an running 4 hard drives and you can't see the cables running of them. It was a tight squeeze to get it thru the hole but it looks awesome. When you look at the case it looks like I don't have any drives in there at all :-)
post #6240 of 12478
I just put everything in mine, and so far it sucks. The case itself has great cable managment but a poor design, my 3.5 hdd doesn't slide in all the way and when I put the side panel for the mobo tray on, it bent my SATA data slot on the hdd, basically ruining it, what gives?
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