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Here is what I started with. 240 Rad is push pull with Enermax pushing and CM R4 pulling.

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After some planning and playing around on the site I ended with this.
Added a Koolance 450 Bay RES. (Which I must say I highly recommend the 2.0 version.) I also switched out the HF supreme for a copper one over a Nickel plated one. Switch to 3/8" 5/8" Tubing and Paired bitspower compression fittings to go with it. (Loving the bend radius)

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Any suggestions? I will soon be adding a GPU loop and switching out motherboard and CPU when ivy bridge comes out. I could probably get a new power supply and do some sleeving to better my look. Also thought about adding either a 120 rad where the exhaust fan is or mounting a 360 Rad off of the back with the koolance mount. And of course I will have to order the mnpctech window, that is a must.

I think this made it look much cleaner.

Let me know what you think.
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Here is what I started with. 240 Rad is push pull with Enermax pushing and CM R4 pulling.
Photobucket
After some planning and playing around on the site I ended with this.
Added a Koolance 450 Bay RES. (Which I must say I highly recommend the 2.0 version.) I also switched out the HF supreme for a copper one over a Nickel plated one. Switch to 3/8" 5/8" Tubing and Paired bitspower compression fittings to go with it. (Loving the bend radius)
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Any suggestions? I will soon be adding a GPU loop and switching out motherboard and CPU when ivy bridge comes out. I could probably get a new power supply and do some sleeving to better my look. Also thought about adding either a 120 rad where the exhaust fan is or mounting a 360 Rad off of the back with the koolance mount. And of course I will have to order the mnpctech window, that is a must.
I think this made it look much cleaner.
Let me know what you think.


I like it, like it a lot thumb.gif It does look cleaner with the bay res/pump combo. Although I also like how it looked before having the cylinder res mounted like that. Either way nice work, nice build!
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this looks much better and clean than original!

Hows your Koolance Dual Bay Res 2.0 ? I have thinking about get that exact Dual Bay..
Edited by GAMERIG - 4/13/12 at 5:15pm
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