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Well, got my new PSU in. My only comments so far is A. The Molex leads only have 3x on each one. Compared to Corsairs 4x per lead. Also, the finish scratches off rather easy.

I think i'm pretty much 100% out of space. YES that is a HDD just sitting on top of the psu.
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post #8432 of 12497
YAY! Finally managed to got the window panel for my case biggrin.gif


As an added benefit I also purchased 2x GTX770 4GBs to replace my single GTX580 3GB
So what I see will be even prettier tongue.gif

Happier then a pig in mud right now.
Edited by DarkSamus - 7/23/13 at 9:16pm
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post #8433 of 12497
Watercooling parts checklist

This is what I am thinking for a H220 kit expansion


I plan on adding to the H220:

2 x 240mm swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series
3 x 45° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
2 x 90° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
6 x ⅜” x ⅝” Lok-Seal™ Compression Fitting
1 x 2m TruFlex tubing black
3 x 16 fl oz HydrX PM Coolant
2 x EK-FC Titan SE - Acetal Nickel gpu waterblocks with backplates
2 x G¼ Male-Male SLI & CrossFireX connector fitting adjustable from 41 to 65mm
2 x G1/4 (1/4" BSPP) plugs
4 x Noctua nf f12 - 120mm fans

I plan on using the H220 pump and reservoir to feed this loop.

I will be using this loop for a 4.8 GHz i7 3930k and dual GTX titans at 1.21V (1.16 to 2.0 GHz)
post #8434 of 12497
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Originally Posted by marc0053 View Post

Watercooling parts checklist

This is what I am thinking for a H220 kit expansion


I plan on adding to the H220:

2 x 240mm swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator Series
3 x 45° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
2 x 90° Swivel Elbow Lok-Seal™ adapter
6 x ⅜” x ⅝” Lok-Seal™ Compression Fitting
1 x 2m TruFlex tubing black
3 x 16 fl oz HydrX PM Coolant
2 x EK-FC Titan SE - Acetal Nickel gpu waterblocks with backplates
2 x G¼ Male-Male SLI & CrossFireX connector fitting adjustable from 41 to 65mm
2 x G1/4 (1/4" BSPP) plugs
4 x Noctua nf f12 - 120mm fans

I plan on using the H220 pump and reservoir to feed this loop.

I will be using this loop for a 4.8 GHz i7 3930k and dual GTX titans at 1.21V (1.16 to 2.0 GHz)

I would put a 240x80thick in the bottom of your case. Just from my own results with my very similar setup. Yours will make even more heat since you are planning to use 3930k, you know 4930k comes out in 2 months right?

Also, you will never get your titans close to 2.0ghz. 1.2 maybe.
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post #8435 of 12497
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

I would put a 240x80thick in the bottom of your case. Just from my own results with my very similar setup. Yours will make even more heat since you are planning to use 3930k, you know 4930k comes out in 2 months right?

Also, you will never get your titans close to 2.0ghz. 1.2 maybe.

Thanks for your comments.
Sorry meant 1.2 GHz and not 2.0

I went ahead and purchased 2 x ut60 240mm rads.
Edited by marc0053 - 7/24/13 at 7:31pm
post #8436 of 12497
Hey everyone, I just got the storm trooper and have a question. I've hooked up the cage fans and top and rear fans as it says to here- http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=15339. But I'm having problems with step 3. The cable I have appears to have 3 pins instead of 4, with one of the 'pins' is just an open hole.


I also have this cable. It was originally connected to the rear fan. It has what looks like a male and female 4 pin connection, and a fan power connection (which was how it was connected to the rear fan).



Am I supposed to hook up the power supply to the first one, or am I supposed to connect this second cable to it, and then hook up the power supply? I've been trying to figure this out for a few hours now, and haven't found anything online.
post #8437 of 12497
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Originally Posted by jierda599 View Post

Hey everyone, I just got the storm trooper and have a question. I've hooked up the cage fans and top and rear fans as it says to here- http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=15339. But I'm having problems with step 3. The cable I have appears to have 3 pins instead of 4, with one of the 'pins' is just an open hole.


I also have this cable. It was originally connected to the rear fan. It has what looks like a male and female 4 pin connection, and a fan power connection (which was how it was connected to the rear fan).



Am I supposed to hook up the power supply to the first one, or am I supposed to connect this second cable to it, and then hook up the power supply? I've been trying to figure this out for a few hours now, and haven't found anything online.

The first one is fine. The 2 pins in the middle are both negative. If you're really worried about it, just bridge the two negatives (you'll see they're bridged in the guide you linked to). But it won't make a difference. Just be careful not to bridge the +5V and +12V or a positive and negative.

I'd say connect the PSU to the one on the front panel, and then connect the fan to the controller. So just store that molex adaptor for if you want to use more fans than the controller can handle.
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post #8438 of 12497
Ok, good. I thought I might be worrying over nothing, but I wanted to be safe. Thanks alot!
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Ok, good. I thought I might be worrying over nothing, but I wanted to be safe. Thanks alot!

No problem. thumb.gif

EDIT: I almost forgot: welcome to ocn!
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post #8440 of 12497
Hi All. First time poster. I was just wondering how people are securing their XSPC res to their CM Storm Stryker? Currently mines is just sitting on one of the 5.25 levels, but I just wanted to get an idea of how others are securing their res. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks guys!
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