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Wow, nice!
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First test up,
I couldn't be happier with the results so far.
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post #153 of 1503
Only problem i see is the rads blow out the back, and the floor fans suck out the bottom when they should be bringing fresh air in.
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amazing
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post #155 of 1503
Me gusta and Me Mucho Jelly.
post #156 of 1503
Nice modding bro, totally in awe of your metal working skills biggrin.gif
Those GPU Block are smex tongue.gif
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post #157 of 1503
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Only problem i see is the rads blow out the back, and the floor fans suck out the bottom when they should be bringing fresh air in.

This is true, I think if it were me I would reverse the fans and put some fans in the top not at the bottom. This is your project so I am not going to be a stickler about it. Hot air raises leaving the cold air at the bottom. So you could just make them suck the cold air into the rad box and just put fans at the top to suck out the hot air. All in all though, very nice craftsmanship. It makes me wanna go mod my Ultra EXO case again. Keep up the awesome work.thumb.gif
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post #158 of 1503
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Thank you all for the comments,

About the fans in the bottom, they are ment to be the other way around. I have new ones on order was just adding them in for picture reasons smile.gif.

I'm also working in a top exhaust duct duct,

I'm calling on you guys for help with pumps and reservoirs, should I run two pumps ? two loops ?
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post #159 of 1503
Two loops might be easier to route tubing for, i dont think youll have a problem with dual 360's one running each loop. But if you go one loop, you would really only need one MCP355. You can however use a single res to feed both pumps if you go dual, and run your loops RES->PUMP1->360->CPU->RES and repeat for the GPU's, that way you have the max cooling possible and also take what little heat the pump adds to the water taken out too.
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post #160 of 1503
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Cheers mate, I already have a MCP355 . I've set aside 500$ to complete the pump/res.

So single configuration pumps? Im going to have a play on paint. Really want to get this right before I go any further its a pain in the arse getting parts as I have to get them internationally . I only use fronzencpu
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