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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

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post #6371 of 13812
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Originally Posted by willup View Post

Build almost finished things are looking good
Added new drain plug
New XSPC dual bay res
Build white acrylic box to cover psu
installed new Asus Sabertooth 990fx
New MCP-350 pump with XSPC top Warning: Cool stuff! (Click to show)











Very nice, I like the PSU cover a lot thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by eotheod View Post

Thought I might finally post a picture of my build. If I can get time this weekend I might take some better shots.
Wow, looking good, moAr pics please biggrin.gif
Also are those 670's?
post #6372 of 13812
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Originally Posted by PCModderMike View Post

Very nice, I like the PSU cover a lot thumb.gif
Wow, looking good, moAr pics please biggrin.gif
Also are those 670's?

Yes I agree more pics lol

Thinking about adding a mosfett water block found a universal one that will work to get better overclocking speeds just never had done that before. Also add a video card block. I swear this modding never ends lol
post #6373 of 13812
Just got my build into my Gunmetal Switch, it looks even better than in pictures in case anyone is contemplating the Gunmetal thumb.gif

Will put up pics tomorrow
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last question from my side before I start ordering and building my NZXT 810 Gun Metal:D
I am thinking to put the following components;
Asus maximus V formula
Evga geforce GTX 680 Hydr Copper
1 360 Radiator on top push pull config ( blow out of the case )
1 240 Radiator in front push pull config ( intake )
1 fan in the upper back ( blow out of the case )
1 fan in the bottom forward ( intake)
The motherboard has different I believe 3/8 connections? will this all fit with the rest of the wc sytem, I would have preferred 1/2.
How do I control and connect the fans. I was hoping to let it be done by Asus Fancontrol, but becaause of the rads I am not sure. I don't want to use a fan controller, I want it automatic. Someone can point me to a good guide for this?rolleyes.gif
You could use something like this: [=http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_393_616&products_id=26969][/] to change the size of tubing. Might look a little weird though. As far as fan control you could get pwm fans and then get pwm splitters ( like 1 for each side of the rad) and connect them to the motherboard to control them.
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In a word, ABSOFRIGGINLUTELY
Doesn't anyone use the bloody search function any more buttkick.gif
There is soooo much in these pages about fitting 420s in the switch that's there just for the looking, that it's really irritating when folks that obviously haven't yet done their homework, pop in and ask for simple answers.
Here's some relevant discussion just a few pages back as an example: http://www.overclock.net/t/1209048/official-nzxt-switch-810-thread/6260#post_17809581
Actually, the Stealth would be a good choice, the hole pattern matches, and it's thin so the fittings are not an issue, and it could work in just pull if you want, or in P/P with a good fans /controller setup for excellent performance.
The UT60 is a great rad, but because of it's thickness, it's not as easy to install, you'd have to do some mods to locate it properly for the fittings.
I've always gone out of my way to try to help those who've helped themselves as much as they could, but you gotta do your due dilligence first.
[/rant]
Darlene

Yeah...
ok......

that is what this forum and thread is for. Asking questions and discussing the Switch 810. I am not going to comb through 638 pages to find my answer. I have already searched and read several 810 build logs but as we all know there is a TON of them.

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If it's so irritating to you then simply ignore my post and reply to someone else. Thanks thumb.gif
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post #6376 of 13812
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Thought I might finally post a picture of my build. If I can get time this weekend I might take some better shots. pic (Click to show)


looks great , love to see rigs with the new EK blocks , everyone givesthem crap for the crop circle design but there hasnt been a picture of a final product rig I didnt like , people make it work and it looks different but good!
    
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post #6377 of 13812
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Yeah...
ok......
that is what this forum and thread is for. Asking questions and discussing the Switch 810. I am not going to comb through 638 pages to find my answer. I have already searched and read several 810 build logs but as we all know there is a TON of them.
[/rant]
If it's so irritating to you then simply ignore my post and reply to someone else. Thanks thumb.gif

Each thread has a search function.
Those of us that do help in these threads do find it frustrating to answer the same questions over and over. Type a couple of words from your query and comb the results.
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I have a question for you guys I'm adding a mosfet liquid cooling block to my rig and I wanted to know the best way to configure my loop. Current loop is: pump/ radiator/cpu block/ res/ and then back to the pump. To make it look cleaner I wanted to go pump/ radiator/ mosfet block / cpu block/res then back to pump. Was wondering is it best to start the loop going from cpu first from the radiator or it shouldn't matter?
post #6379 of 13812
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You could use something like this: [=http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_393_616&products_id=26969][/] to change the size of tubing. Might look a little weird though. As far as fan control you could get pwm fans and then get pwm splitters ( like 1 for each side of the rad) and connect them to the motherboard to control them.

Ah, now I understand with the pwm splitters it wil be ok. will us the pwm of the mainboard and the power from the psu? Any good advice for pwm fans ( looking for matching with gun metal switch)thumb.gif
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post #6380 of 13812
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Originally Posted by TiHawk560 View Post

Yeah...
ok......
that is what this forum and thread is for. Asking questions and discussing the Switch 810. I am not going to comb through 638 pages to find my answer. I have already searched and read several 810 build logs but as we all know there is a TON of them.
[/rant]
If it's so irritating to you then simply ignore my post and reply to someone else. Thanks thumb.gif

also dont go after one of the biggest helpers on this entire thread when you are brand new here rolleyes.gif
sorry, had to say it.
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