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No problem man.

Oh by the way, do you still remember what model of Everflows they are?

I'm sure this is 'more than just an Everflow fan' because I've been buying AVC F1225B12V's in bulk for my freelance computer business, and those AVCs look just like the Everflow.

I was thinking a joint production. :3
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No problem man.
Oh by the way, do you still remember what model of Everflows they are?
I'm sure this is 'more than just an Everflow fan' because I've been buying AVC F1225B12V's in bulk for my freelance computer business, and those AVCs look just like the Everflow.
I was thinking a joint production. :3
Oh I have no idea what model they are. In my country, these fans are sold at around $2-4 each. Less if bought in bulk. Retailers here pretty much just call them Everflow fans.
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Ah, I see.

Well funny though, are they sold like that? Without the bearing caps?
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Ah, I see.
Well funny though, are they sold like that? Without the bearing caps?
The ones that I got were pretty much thrown into the deal when I bought the radiator 2nd hand. The fans were priced at around $1.00 each.

I didnt pay much attention to the Everflow fans. Just assumed they were all the same [Low Cost, High Speed, Screaming Sound]

I was keeping a closer eye on the Yateloons and Scythe GTs that were being offered in our tech market here as a potential upgrade during Phase 2.
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The ones that I got were pretty much thrown into the deal when I bought the radiator 2nd hand. The fans were priced at around $1.00 each.
I didnt pay much attention to the Everflow fans. Just assumed they were all the same [Low Cost, High Speed, Screaming Sound]
I was keeping a closer eye on the Yateloons and Scythe GTs that were being offered in our tech market here as a potential upgrade during Phase 2.

I see. Mind taking a nice shot right down the bearing so I can have a look? Just wanted to see if they were ball or sleeve fans.
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Beautiful work.
 
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if you can do with out the optical drive, Id just get a dual 5.25 bay res that can house your pump, something like this

It would do a number of things, First, your pump isnt gravity fed by your res, which can be dangerous to prime, and reduces flow
It would allow you do do away with a bit of the tubing.
Your fillport could be above the 5.25" bays and run direct to the res
It alleviate some of the clutter in the case
    
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I see. Mind taking a nice shot right down the bearing so I can have a look? Just wanted to see if they were ball or sleeve fans.
This one's for you, Volvo! biggrin.gif
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Beautiful work.
Thank you so much for viewing, Badness! biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by cj3waker View Post

if you can do with out the optical drive, Id just get a dual 5.25 bay res that can house your pump, something like this
It would do a number of things, First, your pump isnt gravity fed by your res, which can be dangerous to prime, and reduces flow
It would allow you do do away with a bit of the tubing.
Your fillport could be above the 5.25" bays and run direct to the res
It alleviate some of the clutter in the case
If it helps any, I am deeply considering a 5.25" bay reservoir as it solves a lot of build issues. But i had to make do with the 2nd hand stuff that i was able to bargain for. I was building on a really tight budget.

Oh and about priming the pump... My arms scream at me at night from soreness! hahahaha! I never thought a small build would be sooo dense and heavy with all that fluid slooshing around! Basically, I would lift it up and tilt it every which way to make sure that the water was flowing into the pump before i turned the power on.

Needless to say, this build was a great learning experience for me. While I was successful in cramming everything inside, I do intend to move forward with my next project a bit wiser.
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