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post #41 of 78
Grats on the build. Saw the almost complete on in the gallery, get more pics up. thumb.gif
post #42 of 78
^I'll second the motion for more pics!
post #43 of 78
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^I'll second the motion for more pics!
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Grats on the build. Saw the almost complete on in the gallery, get more pics up. thumb.gif

ohhh alright biggrin.gif

My sleeved extensions just came in today. My antec 1200 quattro has these stupid capacitors on them or I would have sleeved it myself.
post #44 of 78
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I'm still waiting for two more ap-15s to fill the rear and hot swap area and some misc cables. Once that's done. I will try to conduct wire management.....[insert favorite curse word here] biggrin.gif

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post #45 of 78
Looks sweet! I modded my 700d to allow for my rx240 at the bottom, I managed to squeeeze it in sideways (not easy to do XD) so that way i dont need any special fittings, only used straight barbs for the entire thing. ex 360 up top and rx240 at the bottom. EXACTLY the same tubing route.. LOL.. but i have no drain line:blushsmil ... should be interesting when that time comes biggrin.gif
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Looks sweet! I modded my 700d to allow for my rx240 at the bottom, I managed to squeeeze it in sideways (not easy to do XD) so that way i dont need any special fittings, only used straight barbs for the entire thing. ex 360 up top and rx240 at the bottom. EXACTLY the same tubing route.. LOL.. but i have no drain line:blushsmil ... should be interesting when that time comes biggrin.gif

sweet! Link to build? when the time comes lol, maybe you can clamp one of the tubes before removing a fitting or something
post #47 of 78
Do you mind if I just post a pick in here? otherwise just look in my profile, I didnt build log it or anything XD. And thats how i've done it before tongue.gif but this thing now weighs a TON!, so trying to tip it will be hard without having it fall.
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Do you mind if I just post a pick in here? otherwise just look in my profile, I didnt build log it or anything XD. And thats how i've done it before tongue.gif but this thing now weighs a TON!, so trying to tip it will be hard without having it fall.

I saw your pictures. Well done! cheers.gif Did you have to remove the false floor to squeeze in the 240?
post #49 of 78
Thanks!, well what you need to do is put in the rad like how you have (ofc with no fittings and all), then rotate it, it will hit the false floor, but ull need to push through as it has a little give in it. I know it hurts ... but its the only easy way XD. I put a cloth between the rad and the floor and false floor so it wouldnt scratch anything.
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post #50 of 78
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Thanks!, well what you need to do is put in the rad like how you have (ofc with no fittings and all), then rotate it, it will hit the false floor, but ull need to push through as it has a little give in it. I know it hurts ... but its the only easy way XD. I put a cloth between the rad and the floor and false floor so it wouldnt scratch anything.

Interesting! I was gonna say....wouldn't it get all scratched. I dig it. Now you need a 480 on top tongue.gif
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