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Man I want to get another 570 and SLI... EK bridge will look awesome with my black them I reckon thumb.gif
post #32 of 39
Love the industrial look you got going on there. thumb.gif
Quick question, are you using a Bitspower G1/4in. Matte Black CaseTop Water Fill Set - BP-MBWP-C04 to connect the in/outlet through the floor panel?
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Love the industrial look you got going on there. thumb.gif
Quick question, are you using a Bitspower G1/4in. Matte Black CaseTop Water Fill Set - BP-MBWP-C04 to connect the in/outlet through the floor panel?

Thanks mate, appreciate the feedback!

Yes it is, used a step drill to cut the hole. I also used this fittings between the main chamber and the lower chamber as seen in the pics. To do this I had to use a 3/4 washer To stop the fittings rocking around in the existing holes of the 800D as they almost fit through. Below this is a t block and 90's to the pump and a drain line with BP mini valve. The fittings are rock solid mounted through the fill set fittings and definitely has that factory feel to it.
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Love the industrial look you got going on there. thumb.gif
Quick question, are you using a Bitspower G1/4in. Matte Black CaseTop Water Fill Set - BP-MBWP-C04 to connect the in/outlet through the floor panel?

Thanks mate, appreciate the feedback!

Yes it is, used a step drill to cut the hole. I also used this fittings between the main chamber and the lower chamber as seen in the pics. To do this I had to use a 3/4 washer To stop the fittings rocking around in the existing holes of the 800D as they almost fit through. Below this is a t block and 90's to the pump and a drain line with BP mini valve. The fittings are rock solid mounted through the fill set fittings and definitely has that factory feel to it.
What size was the step drill bit? Really appreciate the Info!!smile.gif

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post #35 of 39
very nice clean build
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post #36 of 39
Nice build!specool.gif How are you liking the Cougar fans? I just picked up two for my H80 and running them at 800rmp makes them almost silent.
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

Love the industrial look you got going on there. thumb.gif
Quick question, are you using a Bitspower G1/4in. Matte Black CaseTop Water Fill Set - BP-MBWP-C04 to connect the in/outlet through the floor panel?

Thanks mate, appreciate the feedback!

Yes it is, used a step drill to cut the hole. I also used this fittings between the main chamber and the lower chamber as seen in the pics. To do this I had to use a 3/4 washer To stop the fittings rocking around in the existing holes of the 800D as they almost fit through. Below this is a t block and 90's to the pump and a drain line with BP mini valve. The fittings are rock solid mounted through the fill set fittings and definitely has that factory feel to it.
What size was the step drill bit? Really appreciate the Info!!smile.gif

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No worries mate, was a 20mm step bit.
post #38 of 39
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Nice build!specool.gif How are you liking the Cougar fans? I just picked up two for my H80 and running them at 800rmp makes them almost silent.

Best fans I've ever bought. Noticeably quieter than noiseblocker pl-2s and have way better static pressure than any fans in its class. Highly recommended!
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Best fans I've ever bought. Noticeably quieter than noiseblocker pl-2s and have way better static pressure than any fans in its class. Highly recommended!

Realms,

I love the build. I had alot of the same parts, and was having a little trouble mounting the resevoir. I love your idea so much, I have to use it. I will very definately note your ingenuity when I post it.

Are the fans above your top radiator pushing or pulling? I've used Cougar fans for a while, but wasn't sure how well they'd do for pulling air through a radiator. They're great case fans, jsut wanted to check on them for a radiator.
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