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post #21 of 71
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Definitely just sticking to push through the top of the rad, I have some focus-flows up there that will easily do the trick, with the RX (60mm) 360 up top there just isnt room for 25mm fans on it.. I could drop down to a 20 or 14mm or something but Id rather not.

On the 45 fittings.. I just put some on order, not convinced it will work but it might just squeeze.

Last thing I dont have yet is a fan controller.. I dont know that I need one, most people suggest it.. undecided and I can do one up later no problem, might be a last minute thing once I see all my fans coming off the board..
     
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If you dont have a fan controller, all your fans will always be running at 100% speed, which gets loud and VERY annoying...

that is unless all of your fans are PWM and have sufficient extenders to connect them into the various motherboard ports.
     
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Welp.. this build is officially going to take forever.
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The real question is.. why NOT spend hours sleeving?


I have most of the components mocked in there just for spacing, waiting on a few fittings but the rads are in place, along with the raystorm (my bad, phone pic here)
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Looks good, that mesh looks awesome and very professional. Working on your pieces now should be sending them out early next week.
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post #25 of 71
Keep it up, I really like how that mesh turned out thumb.gif
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love the way the mesh looks. sub'd thumb.gif
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post #27 of 71
This might be kind of noobish (not very informed on watercooling) why not flip the rad to the other direction? You'll just have to move anything on there down a little bit o.o
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Thanks for the compliments guys!

Im at a standstill right now waiting on parts, such a frustrating process lol. Not to mention I just keep creating more problems for myself, most recently deciding to sleeve the whole thing, and I'm sure my fittings will be here before my heatshrink.

Showed a picture of going heatshrink-less up there, which looks bangin if you ask me.. but theres the issue of all of the Y'ed cables, especially in the PCIE and 24pin cables.. I havent found a way to go heatshrinkless with those... thoughts?

@sonicwonic
I could flip it, certainly. Im no pro either, my thought was to keep it clean and not have such a long run going straight across the belly of my case, I'd rather have the ports right there dropping down onto the CPU. I suppose it would be the same amount of tubing more or less. Either way, Im stuck for now waiting on fittings, and once they get here I'll experiment both ways.
     
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Thanks for the compliments guys!
Im at a standstill right now waiting on parts, such a frustrating process lol. Not to mention I just keep creating more problems for myself, most recently deciding to sleeve the whole thing, and I'm sure my fittings will be here before my heatshrink.
Showed a picture of going heatshrink-less up there, which looks bangin if you ask me.. but theres the issue of all of the Y'ed cables, especially in the PCIE and 24pin cables.. I havent found a way to go heatshrinkless with those... thoughts?
@sonicwonic
I could flip it, certainly. Im no pro either, my thought was to keep it clean and not have such a long run going straight across the belly of my case, I'd rather have the ports right there dropping down onto the CPU. I suppose it would be the same amount of tubing more or less. Either way, Im stuck for now waiting on fittings, and once they get here I'll experiment both ways.

Contact Lutr0 (he's on OCN) for the heatshrinkless paracord. I'm sure he has a couple tricks up his sleeve!

Nice build!
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DWood's Artisan Page
If anyone needs some work done, I suggest going here first (keep it in house, and this guy does great work, very responsive, very reasonable pricing, very personable).


Very excited about this:
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Going to use this to fill the slot on the top of the case, cant decide on paint for it yet, most likely brown or black, thoughts? It's in the mail now, I might even like it the way it is, we will see.
     
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