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post #11 of 32
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Stein, i could get a slim 120 in there but it'd be pretty crammed because of my vreg heatsink. Other boards might have more room. When this board was in the other case, that's where the antec 920's rad was and it was as thick as i could go with a 25mm thick fan bolted to it.
post #12 of 32
I've seen more and more 600D and 600T water cooling owners. that's Awesome!
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post #13 of 32
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New pics in OP
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Hey this is an awesome build! I am looking to do something similar in my 650d, will be my first watercooling loop. I was wondering if you could post some more details about the 200mm radiator configuration, as well as what bolts you got to make it fit. You say it fits perfectly, yet all the other 650d builds I have seen with this radiatior have said that it doesn't fit, and have had to mod the case. Also, would it be possible to do push pull with spectre pros on the 200mm rad?
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HP 2310m 1080p Corsair K90 Corsair AX850 NZXT Switch 810 Matte Black 
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post #15 of 32
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Bolt size...i don't remember but will inform this weekend when i tear this thing down again for some upgrades. No modding of the case needed, only modding (if you can call it that) was4 holes drilled in the phobya bracket for the pull fan so yes, i'm running push pull now.
post #16 of 32
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don't know if this pic helps but here's 2 bitfenix spectre pros in push pull up front.

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post #17 of 32
Looks good! I'm thinking about posting a build log too, you gave me the push I needed I think thumb.gif
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post #18 of 32
Looks good. Do those bitfenix fans perform well? And was there a noticeable difference with push pull?
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HP 2310m 1080p Corsair K90 Corsair AX850 NZXT Switch 810 Matte Black 
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EK-FC GeForce GTX Titan SE GPU Water Block - Ni... EK-FC Titan SE Backplate - Black X2 EK supremacy clean csq nickel Corsair K70 mx brown 
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post #19 of 32
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I think the nzxt would have been alright if it didn't make a clicking noise. The bitfenix is a lower rpm/cfm fan which is why i went push pull. I noticed a small difference once i put the second fan on but i think it's because it brought me back to positive pressure in the case which the high cfm nzxt took care of by itself. But i'm fine with 2 fans at lower speeds, much quieter. Only thing better i think would be to try and get 2 good nzxt's in a push pull but i don't have the patience to rma parts. These bitfenix's are super quiet at around 600-700rpm which is where i run them......all my fans are turned as high as they can go without hearing them. This weekend i'm adding another gtx 680 to the loop so i'm gonna find out if i have enough radiator i guess. I can still add a 120 to the rear and my 655 pump is only on 4 right now but i'm hoping i won't see much change.
post #20 of 32
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glad i could help you spend money...lol wink.gif

I'm already looking at upping to a sandy-e, asus rampage x79 and 32-64gb ram for a ramdisk.....why couldn't i be into something that was cheap?rolleyes.gif

looking forward to your build.
Edited by deftonesmw - 5/18/12 at 5:04pm
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