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haha, all I have atm is a CPU and GPU on water... eventually when i upgrade i wanna do mobo, ram perhaps a 2nd GPU aswell.. but my rads should still cover it biggrin.gif
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Nice build BGKris. I have one question for you. If instead of putting the Koolance Shroud way to the front you put it pushing it way back (almost to the back of the case), is there enough room in front of the shroud to put a 1" filling port?

EDIT: Don't mind. I've just made a "good" measure on my 800D and it fits but only if you put the shroud so far that I don't know if it's going to fit without cutting the back part a little bit lol. And it will be a nightmare to put not one, but two fill ports on the top/front part of the case tongue.gif
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post #53 of 78
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Originally Posted by The Muffin Man View Post

haha, all I have atm is a CPU and GPU on water... eventually when i upgrade i wanna do mobo, ram perhaps a 2nd GPU aswell.. but my rads should still cover it biggrin.gif
Should be fine, just remember 120 rad for every block plus 120 extra for headroom. I want to do mobo also but am having a tuff time finding the ek block for sale.
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Originally Posted by Eviang View Post

Nice build BGKris. I have one question for you. If instead of putting the Koolance Shroud way to the front you put it pushing it way back (almost to the back of the case), is there enough room in front of the shroud to put a 1" filling port?

Thanks man smile.gif If you were to install it further back, you're looking at around 3.5mm of space. It might be possible though, install the shroud first than the fill port obviously
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Awesome build
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Awesome build

Thank you. I appreciate the kind remarks smile.gif
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Should be fine, just remember 120 rad for every block plus 120 extra for headroom. I want to do mobo also but am having a tuff time finding the ek block for sale.
Thanks man smile.gif If you were to install it further back, you're looking at around 3.5mm of space. It might be possible though, install the shroud first than the fill port obviously

RAM has such little heat dump from what i know that its essentially negligable tongue.gif and mobo doesnt have that much either , so mobo + ram could probably cover 120mm.. still its enough, 600mm of rad for cpu, 2 gpu's, ram and mobo = perfect XD. that is if i do get another GPU.. pretty much running everything nicely on my 570 as it OC's nicely.
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post #57 of 78
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is there enough room in front of the shroud to put a 1" filling port?

Great question, I was wondering the same thing.
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looking at around 3.5mm of space.

3.5mm... That's cutting it really close. How much room is to the left and right of the shroud?


Digging the new pics BGKris!
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Great question, I was wondering the same thing.
3.5mm... That's cutting it really close. How much room is to the left and right of the shroud?
Digging the new pics BGKris!

Give or take 2mm either side.
Thanks, glad you dig the rig smile.gif
post #59 of 78
all these awesome 800/700D builds makes me want to spend way too much to mod my 700D.. biggrin.gif

Good work on yours, gives me all kinds of ideas!
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all these awesome 800/700D builds makes me want to spend way too much to mod my 700D.. biggrin.gif
Good work on yours, gives me all kinds of ideas!

Thanks man thumb.gif
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