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Haha unfortunately I'll be away for a week on holiday so no more pics till I get back :-P
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I agree, looks really good.

I like the 180 rad in there, would you even need the 120?
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post #63 of 131
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I agree, looks really good.
I like the 180 rad in there, would you even need the 120?

I think he's got a 580 on the way.
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a glimpse at the behind my mobo tray. Still need to enlarge the PSU routing hole at the top to allow for my 24pin to fit
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How did you end up affixing the SSD's? Were there some holes there you could use or did you drill?
I shoved my one under the 3.5" drive in the bottom but am thinking of moving it as I got 2 x Crucial M4 256Gb @ $199 the other day biggrin.gif
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How did you end up affixing the SSD's? Were there some holes there you could use or did you drill?
I shoved my one under the 3.5" drive in the bottom but am thinking of moving it as I got 2 x Crucial M4 256Gb @ $199 the other day biggrin.gif

I'm going to guess and say double sided tape or velcro, that's how I'm planning on mounting mine and I doubt he went and drilled holes just for that.
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How did you end up affixing the SSD's? Were there some holes there you could use or did you drill?
I shoved my one under the 3.5" drive in the bottom but am thinking of moving it as I got 2 x Crucial M4 256Gb @ $199 the other day biggrin.gif

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I'm going to guess and say double sided tape or velcro, that's how I'm planning on mounting mine and I doubt he went and drilled holes just for that.

He used the existing holes thumb.gif I even believe 2 SSd's will fit there as well biggrin.gif

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hi.. how did you install this p-clips .. did you drill a hole in the mobo tray? redface.gif
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Yeah the ssd's are held with velcro. Couldn't be bothered unscrewing the mobo to screw them on. The mobo placements had screw holes on the back so just screwed the p clips into them. Very handy :-)
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Just wondering if you needed special screws to attach the Magicool rad?
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post #70 of 131
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Just wondering if you needed special screws to attach the Magicool rad?
nope just used normal screws that youd use to attach your mobo or so on...just had to use the screw driver on an angle.

Anyway back from Rarotonga and all I can say is that its absolutely beautiful over there!

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While I was away, my GTX580 block and backplate arrived biggrin.gif Took about 30mins to try and figure out a loop layout that I was happy with. Just need to get some distilled water. The stuff I had was no good and still gotta expand the PSU cable routing hole so currently at 95% complete.

Anyways here are some MOOOOOOOOOAR PICS!!

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