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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

Poll expired: Feb 28, 2012  
  • 58% (44)
    White/Black
  • 41% (31)
    Black/black
75 Total Votes  
post #1631 of 13812
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Originally Posted by Antykain View Post

Here's a couple of pics with the w/c loop in her, finally..
[ Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show) Next up, water blocks for my 560 Ti's (EK or Heatkiller, still deciding), and a RX240 in the bottom.. thumb.gif

Owow! That looks pretty clean there! Great job on spacing out the lighting as well!

I think the fans are pretty sweet, overall, this is a very nice build! thumb.gif
post #1632 of 13812
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here's a couple of pics with the w/c loop in her, finally..
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Originally Posted by Antykain View Post

Next up, water blocks for my 560 Ti's (EK or Heatkiller, still deciding), and a RX240 in the bottom.. thumb.gif

That's looks really good man thumb.gif I would go with EK blocks for your cards, but either way it's gonna look sexy once they are blocked, and with your backplates on there biggrin.gif

EDIT: Like others have said though, what's up with the fan on the side? thinking.gif
post #1633 of 13812
The extra fan in the backside of the case.. Here's the short version of how that got there.

After I finished everything, I looked around started to clean up my mess from the rebuild. I saw the extra NZXT 140mm fan, alone, all by itself. Almost crying, so utterly alone the fan was.. (my bad, lil dramatic moment) I cracked the case back open, looked around, every normal spot one would put a fan was taken. I noticed this spot below the back end of the upper hard drive cage that looked like it might fit. Sized it up real quick, and popped it into place.. fit in there perfect!

It does not really serve any purpose back there, cosmetic + maybe, nothing more. Unless cooling the backside of the motherboard tray has any real benefits. lol.. Just wanted to find some kinda use for the extra fan, and I thought it looked kinda cool. Does not seem to be effecting the airflow/temps inside the case noticeably. It's going to be coming back out soon most likely anyway once the RX240 get's put into place. So, yeah.. a placeholder if you will. smile.gif
Edited by Antykain - 3/14/12 at 4:33am
post #1634 of 13812
Hello, Can someone kindly tell me how long it is from the back of the case to the first rubber foot you meet? trying to see how far back i can push the case off my table without having the rubber feet go over. thanks!
post #1635 of 13812
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Originally Posted by hansen6 View Post

Hello, Can someone kindly tell me how long it is from the back of the case to the first rubber foot you meet? trying to see how far back i can push the case off my table without having the rubber feet go over. thanks!

I got almoust 3cm, so not much.
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post #1636 of 13812
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I got almoust 3cm, so not much.

Thanks! + Rep very helpful!
post #1637 of 13812
Got my computer running in the 810.

It really is awesome, much better than my Dragon Rider. But i noticed a panel is loose. and I found a rogue screw in my case when I took it out of the box.

here is a video. opinions?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SpDseTPtPk
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post #1638 of 13812
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Got my computer running in the 810.
It really is awesome, much better than my Dragon Rider. But i noticed a panel is loose. and I found a rogue screw in my case when I took it out of the box.
here is a video. opinions?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SpDseTPtPk

Pass along this info to XNine and/or Retell.. I am sure one or the other will take care of you. Cuz that's how NZXT rolls. lol
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I sent them messages, thank you.
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post #1640 of 13812
Hey guys, first time poster long time lurker! This will be my first "dive" into watercooling, was looking to pick up a nzxt switch810 - my only issue being the top rad. I've looked over many buildlogs and it seems almost everyone has issues with the top rad lining up with the screws. Does anyone know of any nice 360 or preferably 420 rads that fit w/o prob. I haven't decided yet if I'll be doing a skinny rad with p/p or a thicker with just p.

I plan on building with an i5 3570k, and either 1 7870 to start(eventually adding an additional for xfire) or a 7950 if I can justify the cost. May even wait out Kepler to see what the other team tosses out.

Curious if I may be able to get away with just a top 420 rad cooling the two of those, I know when I eventually add an additional card I'll be needing to place a 280/240 rad in the bot - or if I'm better off just doing both rads at the start.

Thanks for the help~!!
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