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How come there's no mention of Dwood's TripTCC.com website?

He manufactures high quality brackets for the "Red" [Green?] mod, that allow VRM cooling.

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Dwoods thread is included in the OP. He does do great work. If not for brackets like his many would not be doing this mod .thumb.gif chmod labs also has a bracket but I don't think that is in the OP
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@doooger nice mod bud. Everytime someone takes the time to try something new we all benefit.
great temps btw.
@kevindd992002
there are some great gpu mods done with the haf 922. SDH500 really stepped up to the plate wth his build.
you might also want to check out a 2nd full clc mod (new hoses etc. ) done by pcenthusiast85 the diablo build .. pretty cool also i know i missed one but you get the idea.
I did 2 922 clc mod builds
the trinity setup has the dual cpu + gpu pump unit at asetek on ebay it has a 49mm radiator. however this unit only has a fairly low power gpu + internal gpu on the processor. Upgrading to the 6770.
the second 922 has a sabertooth with a 8120 that is cooled with a thermaltake water 2.0 extreme mounted on top (factory fan on top inside and 2 fans that came with it for the pull.
the dual 6950's are both cooled by one themaltake water 2.0 pro, 49mm rad. by adding a swiftech gpu block to the loop.
im still finishing up the trinity ( adding sound card and other accesories,
Now im working on a 932 advanced blue with a asrock z77 extreme4 and a intel 3770k cooled by a thermaltake water 2.0 extreme inside.. for cpu and a modded 49mm rad clc for my 660ti and southbridge ek water cooling block. Hopefully powering up with new 660ti gc this weekend.
I have been ill but i hope to have some more photos up this weekend..

Where is that build? I actually am just interested in the Mod or the Accelero Hybrid Cooler because I don't to be modifying heavily like what you did with the CLC mod? I don't even know what a CLC mod is smile.gif Sorry, noob with watercooling here.

I'm just having a huge headache on where to place the radiator if I go with this route.
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Where is that build? I actually am just interested in the Mod or the Accelero Hybrid Cooler because I don't to be modifying heavily like what you did with the CLC mod? I don't even know what a CLC mod is smile.gif Sorry, noob with watercooling here.
I'm just having a huge headache on where to place the radiator if I go with this route.

CLC = Closed-loop cooler. If I can fit one in an SG05 case (actually 2 of them now), it can be done just about anywhere.
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Dwoods thread is included in the OP. He does do great work. If not for brackets like his many would not be doing this mod .thumb.gif chmod labs also has a bracket but I don't think that is in the OP

Yeah it is mentioned. After the new year I plan on updating pics and process as well. Will feature Dwood more prominently as well. CHMOD seems to have some manufacturing and delivery issues to resolve.
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Ahh ok. That won't be a problem for me since mine is sitting on a wooden plank that has wheels (custom made it). How do you mount a radiator? Is the included fan already enough for the included radiator as well?

The included fans are usually pretty good, they are picked to work with the radiators.
To mount the radiator you just use the included screws that came with the CLC kit that you buy. You can youtube a bunch of different ways to put in the radiator.
For a single fan set up I would put the fan so it is blowing out of your case and put the radiator up to the fan then thread the included screws through the case mounting holes, through the fan and into your radiator. It can be a bit tricky getting all the holes to line up but if you install the radiator on that bottom fan mount in your case it should make it easier.

Good luck with what ever you choose, this CLC "mod" reduces the temperatures, especially if you run SLI. cheers.gif
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your rig is very clean man+ your mod is also nice too. you should contact dwood for a bracket and a backplate, so it can look better and function still the same.

The I'm using the existing GTX 670 backplate. It seems okay.
I just need to find a two more screws that look like the Corsairs to hold down the other 2 corners.
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The I'm using the existing GTX 670 backplate. It seems okay.
I just need to find a two more screws that look like the Corsairs to hold down the other 2 corners.

Take a screw to the hardware store, try your luck
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The included fans are usually pretty good, they are picked to work with the radiators.
To mount the radiator you just use the included screws that came with the CLC kit that you buy. You can youtube a bunch of different ways to put in the radiator.
For a single fan set up I would put the fan so it is blowing out of your case and put the radiator up to the fan then thread the included screws through the case mounting holes, through the fan and into your radiator. It can be a bit tricky getting all the holes to line up but if you install the radiator on that bottom fan mount in your case it should make it easier.
Good luck with what ever you choose, this CLC "mod" reduces the temperatures, especially if you run SLI. cheers.gif

But if I install the radiator/fan setup in the bottom fan slot of my case, wouldn't hot air be ingested by the PSU, the side panel fan, and the front panel fan? I wouldn't want that.
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