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Nice! That's a lot of expensive rads lol. Are you going to try and join 2 360s together in a heat chamber to make one 720?

Actually on the TX10-D, was thinking to join the 420s at the lower chamber & 360 on the front mount for 2nd system. Then again that might change.

The rest of the rads are for my current M10 rad replacements & Mo Ra 3 as mention for the new build.

You have have an awesome stuff as well! Really looking forward to it & learn from you! How's your setup btw?
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Joining two 420s to make an 840? I don't think you'll have the depth to do that. I might be misunderstanding though redface.gif

Thanks! I'm still learning too haha - this case is such a challenge because you can do so much, and there's so much supported by CaseLabs already. So you're really left with this huge blank canvas to work on. I still need plenty of parts, most of the modding I'm leaving til I get everything in the case so I can really see and understand what I have to work with. But right now the case is still waiting the last few accessories before getting painted.

My setup is the tx10-d with pedestal, I have a linux workstation to go in one side and a x58 gaming rig for the other smile.gif
     
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Joining two 420s to make an 840? I don't think you'll have the depth to do that. I might be misunderstanding though redface.gif
Thanks! I'm still learning too haha - this case is such a challenge because you can do so much, and there's so much supported by CaseLabs already. So you're really left with this huge blank canvas to work on. I still need plenty of parts, most of the modding I'm leaving til I get everything in the case so I can really see and understand what I have to work with. But right now the case is still waiting the last few accessories before getting painted.
My setup is the tx10-d with pedestal, I have a linux workstation to go in one side and a x58 gaming rig for the other smile.gif

Not 840 but in parallel at the lower chamber. I did not order the pedestal as I may not need it for now. On my M10, that's the same method I'm using but with two AMS Copper 360 parallel in the pedestal. From the test conducted on the flow, it seems better. Since it is at the lowest point, I have a drain port at the out flow at the rads.

You are absolutely correct, TX10-D at the moment to me has lots of space as from what I notice via TX10 users & your video logs. My unit is not shipped yet, will probably ended up with too much space, then guys like us might want more! Lol!

I haven't played with Linux for a long time, probably lost touch with it. I plan to run Win7 Ultimate 64bit on i7 3960X or by the time it's complete, might upgrade Win8. I'm more of a Mac user now. But when it comes to gaming, PC is #1 followed by PS3, Xbox360 & Wii personally. wink.gif
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Holy Jesus! That gear is sexy! Airplex rads, RAM.... uuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh, so pretty!
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Oh hey hey dude watch out for those fan towers, they're gonna make some damage if they fall down biggrin.gif
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Hey guys, today will be hunting for new graphics card(s). Will go all the way, most probably 4 way crossfire for now since Nvidia is not ready yet. Nvidia will have to come later for the next build set.

Was thinking to go for Asus HD 7970 (HD7970-3GD5) or Sapphire HD 7970 3GB GDDR5 with Swiftech Komodo Radeon HD 7970 waterblock (might be release end Feb) or AquaComputer aquagrATIx for HD 7970 block.

Swiftech Komodo Radeon HD 7970 (Gabe of Swiftech, got this info from another forum). Don't know whether 4 way crossfire connectivity exist yet.
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Also working on some new sleeving for the PSU cables.
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Sold on the Swiftech Komodo blushsmiley.gif
    
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