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My first i7 2600k build with water cooling~~

post #1 of 4
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Below are all the stuff I purchased thus far, I yet to fix up the rig yet. Most probably will start doing this weekend. Comments and advises will be appreciated as I am totally new to this.

Parts
1 X Intel i7 2600K
1 X ASUS Maximus IV Extreme -Z
1 X Coolermaster HAF X
1 X EVGA GTX570 Superclocked
1 X Gskill F3-17000CL9d-8GBXLD
1 X OCZ 120GB SSD MAX IOPS
1 X 1 TB Internal Hard Drive WD10EARX
1 X Coolermaster Megaflow 200mm fan (to replace HAF X side fan, so that the side fan can be put on top)
1X KM03-BK Fan Controller

Water Cooling
1 X XSPC RX360 radiator
3 X Magma 120mm Fan (for radiator)
6 X Bitspower Silver Compression Fittings
1 X Danger Den GPU-6900-NB GPU Block
1 X Koolance CPU-379 CPU Block
1 X Swifttech Pump with Res Rev.2 and Heatsink
1 X Delta EFC0812DB-PWM 80x15mm PWM Fan (to use with pump heatsink)
2 X ArtiClean Kit
2 X Killcoil
1 X Deadwater
1 X Zalman GPU heatsink
1 X Prolimatech Thermal Compound (For GPU Block)
1 X Indigo Xtreme Thermal Interface Kit (For CPU Block)
1 X PrimoFlex Pro LRT UV Red Tubing -1/2in. ID X 3/4in. OD (10ft pack)


post #2 of 4
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I was pretty sad when I notice crack on top of my HAF X. I think is due to an idiot removing one side of the styrofoam during delivery. Long story, not gonna dwell into it.



Anyway I managed to fix this by applying Carbon Fiber Sticker from 3M.

First I got my brother to do a blueprint of the top front with autocad.

Then with that I am able to cut out the shape.

And finally stick it on to cover the ugly crack

post #3 of 4
Very nicely done! But could of you not just returned it to the store?
post #4 of 4
It looks way better and more unique that way.
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