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Yet more changes to come this weekend....

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Going to try to run the hose from the res to the 360 in the back to clean up the look a little, got some sleeved cable extensions. Should look damn good after. Too bad the guy I bought the physx card from 4 weeks ago has not shipped it.
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Wish me luck. Taking prime down again to make yet more changes. One of these days, I WILL be done...... thinking.gif
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Hopefully that bay cover arrives today.
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Wish me luck. Taking prime down again to make yet more changes. One of these days, I WILL be done...... thinking.gif

Good luck thumb.gif It's a never ending cycle isn't it? I should be totally done myself, but I always find something to mess with, going to be switching my pump out this week hopefully if I can get around to it. biggrin.gif
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Hopefully that bay cover arrives today.

I hope it does too. However, I still have to wait for my new LEDs for my res. I took the old LED I have and spliced them onto the HDD light and power light mother board connectors, so they will always be there. Can't wait to see how it looks having both of those lights red.
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Good luck thumb.gif It's a never ending cycle isn't it? I should be totally done myself, but I always find something to mess with, going to be switching my pump out this week hopefully if I can get around to it. biggrin.gif

I already know it will be never ending. By the time I get this done, I will want to upgrade something and then here we go again.

You were one of the ones that suggested to run my hose from the pump behind my mother board tray. Can you so me a pic of how you did yours?
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I hope it does too. However, I still have to wait for my new LEDs for my res. I took the old LED I have and spliced them onto the HDD light and power light mother board connectors, so they will always be there. Can't wait to see how it looks having both of those lights red.

I already know it will be never ending. By the time I get this done, I will want to upgrade something and then here we go again.
You were one of the ones that suggested to run my hose from the pump behind my mother board tray. Can you so me a pic of how you did yours?

Hope this helps, please excuse my mess blushsmiley.gif
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post #117 of 176
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Got the hoses ran behind the tray. Made cable management a horrible proceedure.

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Not sure if I am liking the all white tubing.

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What do you guys think?

I had the red NZXT cable extenders in, but I need full on 8 pin adapters for my rig. Was not happy with them, so I pulled them out.

My 3rd GPU should get here tomorrow. Once I have it installed, I will post pics of the system.
Edited by selluminis - 4/9/12 at 10:28am
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Im on the fence with the white tubing brother, on one hand, with the lights kicking in the case, it gives a very clean look and highlights the DD blocks. And it doesnt look bad, it looks quite nice.. but I think I preferred the white/red combo, a little more flash and color in the case, and would bring the scheme of the Mobo more into the mix.
     
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The top of the loop looks really good and it looks really clean in the back of the mobo tray. Only one suggestion for the bottom loop. Have you considered a quick-disconnect to clean it up a bit? I'd put it on the tube that goes from your bottom GPU to the 240mm rad. Also A 90* fitting for the bottom rad that goes back into the res/pump and a 90* for the res/pump to the EX360 rad.

Other than that, good job. thumb.gif


What about clear tubes with red EK coolant? That would match your RAM/Mobo theme. It would look sick! biggrin.gif
Edited by mironccr345 - 4/9/12 at 11:53am
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The top of the loop looks really good and it looks really clean in the back of the mobo tray. Only one suggestion for the bottom loop. Have you considered a quick-disconnect to clean it up a bit? I'd put it on the tube that goes from your bottom GPU to the 240mm rad. Also A 90* fitting for the bottom rad that goes back into the res/pump and a 90* for the res/pump to the EX360 rad.
Other than that, good job. thumb.gif
What about clear tubes with red EK coolant? That would match your RAM/Mobo theme. It would look sick! biggrin.gif

Would be able to drain from a quick dis connect? What would be the benefit of the 90 degree fittings?
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