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Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

dont listen to the haters ~ as long as you like your build that is all that matters, after all, dont build it for us, build it for you

Thanks, very true =)
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Hello new to the forums but trying to get a 240mm radiator in the top of my trooper but how thick can it be? this is with 1 set of fans outside the case and one inside in push pull
thanks
post #9853 of 12520
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Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post

I've only used 90 degree adapters in 2 places (so far).
And why not?I really like their look.
I appreciate constructive criticism since this is my first watercooling build.

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Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

dont listen to the haters ~ as long as you like your build that is all that matters, after all, dont build it for us, build it for you

I am not a hater.. Far from it.. I just thing that you would be better with one 45 than two 90's on the CPU block..
post #9854 of 12520
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Originally Posted by parkes View Post

Hello new to the forums but trying to get a 240mm radiator in the top of my trooper but how thick can it be? this is with 1 set of fans outside the case and one inside in push pull
thanks

I have a 30mm thick radiator with fans in pull. And that's a tight fit. But it varies with your motherboard I think.
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Originally Posted by JA90 View Post


I am not a hater.. Far from it.. I just thing that you would be better with one 45 than two 90's on the CPU block..

I just went with what I had =P The plan was to only use one there but that didn't work so I improvised =)

On another note: Leak test for GPU loop is under way =) (I removed paper towels for the photo)

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Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post

I just went with what I had =P The plan was to only use one there but that didn't work so I improvised =)

On another note: Leak test for GPU loop is under way =) (I removed paper towels for the photo)


Hmm ok than.. Next time do your planing and measurements right smile.gif
And is that card runing at 16x in that slot??
And that pump/res combo looks awesome.. biggrin.gif
post #9856 of 12520
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Originally Posted by JA90 View Post

Hmm ok than.. Next time do your planing and measurements right smile.gif
And is that card runing at 16x in that slot??
And that pump/res combo looks awesome.. biggrin.gif

Haha yeah I know =P I thought I had planned it good but apparently not.

Yes it's a tv card thingy.

I know, it turned out good =P It almost didn't fit =P
post #9857 of 12520
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Originally Posted by NE0XY View Post

Haha yeah I know =P I thought I had planned it good but apparently not.

Yes it's a tv card thingy.

I know, it turned out good =P It almost didn't fit =P

Good.. One more thing I suggest you to open a thread and post full build log there and only post your final pics and link to the thread here smile.gif
Keep up the good work thumb.gif
post #9858 of 12520
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Originally Posted by JA90 View Post

Good.. One more thing I suggest you to open a thread and post full build log there and only post your final pics and link to the thread here smile.gif
Keep up the good work thumb.gif

Oh okay, sorry =P

Thanks =)
post #9859 of 12520
I have recently purchased this case after much pondering. I think it was the damned handle that sold me in the end.
I will be using air cooling for the case. I needed a good air configuration so I can still keep my drives facing the side for cable management (I have 5 harddrives). I know the best airflow comes when the fans intake towards the front, but I can't stand cluttered cables and I want the drives accessible from the side.

Would someone be able to recommend a good air configuration with the harddrive outlets facing the side of the case?
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Originally Posted by alrightgame View Post

I have recently purchased this case after much pondering. I think it was the damned handle that sold me in the end.
I will be using air cooling for the case. I needed a good air configuration so I can still keep my drives facing the side for cable management (I have 5 harddrives). I know the best airflow comes when the fans intake towards the front, but I can't stand cluttered cables and I want the drives accessible from the side.

Would someone be able to recommend a good air configuration with the harddrive outlets facing the side of the case?
Depends on your cpu cooler. Just make sure you fill the bottom fans to intake and have the top fans exhausting, that should be good. If you are using AIC 240mm just exhaust the air up top with those fans. If you plan to use a single 120mm, use the rear location for the rad and have the top fans exhausting still.
 
Quadcore P182
(14 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 ASUS P5E64 WS Evolution X48 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti Kingston HyperX 8GB DDR3 1600 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Western Digital 300GB VelociRaptor Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (2) Acer 22" LCD's 
PowerCase
PC Power & Cooling S75QB 750W Antec P182 Gunmetal 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 ASUS P5E64 WS Evolution X48 Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti Kingston HyperX 8GB DDR3 1600 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Western Digital 300GB VelociRaptor Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (2) Acer 22" LCD's 
PowerCase
PC Power & Cooling S75QB 750W Antec P182 Gunmetal 
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