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post #81 of 89
did you have to extened any wires for your power supply or was the stock lenth enough for the th10
post #82 of 89
When this build is finally done,make sure you turn off all your power on other electronics around you biggrin.gif .Nice build.
post #83 of 89
The PSU fits immediately behind the motherboard tray so most will have cables that are too long for the 24 pin, PCI-e, and CPU. The cables of my PSUs are all about 650mm in length and if anything could do with shortening a bit.
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did you have to extened any wires for your power supply or was the stock lenth enough for the th10


Good question...yes i ran short on my pcie cables from the video cards to the psu ....i had to use some extensions those...other than that everthing else went smooth.
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When this build is finally done,make sure you turn off all your power on other electronics around you biggrin.gif .Nice build.

Lol...i will remember that!
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The PSU fits immediately behind the motherboard tray so most will have cables that are too long for the 24 pin, PCI-e, and CPU. The cables of my PSUs are all about 650mm in length and if anything could do with shortening a bit.

Big elf

Agree with you on the 24 pin and the cpu ....but i could not find a way to connect my gfx cards without using extensions....may be the pcie cables for the silverstone psu are shorter..
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Lookin Good Mate!!
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post #89 of 89
Hey i have an important question!

I have moreless the exact same build as you, same case and rads with the pedestal.

I have my rads in my Pedestal in push pull but i have every thing pointed outside. I figured that would be best since hot air travels to the radiator and then is blown out. Right?

I have not yet turned my system on yet to test everything but i will tonight and i just wanted to be sure that i made the best effort to install things correctly as to get the most performance out of my system.

I have 2 MCP655 pumps in series and 2 MCP35x pumps inseries. 3 loops total. one for cpu one for gpu and one for Motherboard.

I did not know that there was a recommended way to install a loop in the pedestal. I have 2 rads but one loop for each instead of the way you have it with both rads for one loop. I do have some Air lock problems in both my loops. Mabey the way you have it would of elliminated that.

What do you think?

Let me know what your cooling performance is like asap.

thanks
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