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Before I go spending another few hundred dollars switching to a bigger case, does anyone care to weigh in?
I'm thinking I may just about be able to fit my water stuff in if i'm creative but it will be tight...
So i already have an rs240 which will go at the top. I'm thinking that I could put an ax120 at the back if I externally mount the fan. I would need to have the outlets eith on the bottom or the right (i think right would be easier)
Is there a chance this might fit? ..
And would 3x120mm rads cool a CPU and 2 GPUs well enough? I am pretty sure they would, but just need to make sure it wont be worse than the current air setup...

I don't think that a good idea, fluid in this loop will be really hot.
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Anyone ?

In my CM Dominator and Dominator 2 i use Zalman ZM-MFC1 PLUS, in Prodigy I'm planing to make 5,25 panel by myself for all stuff I need there, ofc with 2 or 3 channel controller wink.gif
Edited by Qrchak - 1/9/13 at 1:14pm
 
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post #3982 of 11740
....this site is well known in making people spend money and being extremely persuasive.....but I thought I could resist.....

A Fire Red Prodigy is on its' way, and I got a Z77 mITX ASRock board in today. Ditching the Phantom 410 on a friend. I tell ya, if OCN was a presidential candidate, we;d win. xD
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I´m using a Aquaero5 to control the fanspeed of the 2 internal Radiators, external Mora2 (4x180mm Silverstones) and pwm Laing.
Picflood Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Rear view, left and right of the Psu there will be holes for Quickcouplers (VL3N) to keep my Mora working at home


Pwm Laing in its new home, some of the mobotray is missing


Gpu Side, Ductaped hose goes out to the vl3n coupler, all the rest seems to be clear


Coming from the vl3n quickcoupler up to the CPU waterblock (hopefully in a nice bend biggrin.gif ) from the waterblock the fluid flows to the gpu near radiator entrance. As I´m using tygon leftovers, I had to cheat a bit from the rad to the res



Plenty of space for the Aquaero because of the offest of one mounting hole for the top rad

Next Step will be making custom 24/8 pin for my AX750
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....this site is well known in making people spend money and being extremely persuasive.....but I thought I could resist.....
A Fire Red Prodigy is on its' way, and I got a Z77 mITX ASRock board in today. Ditching the Phantom 410 on a friend. I tell ya, if OCN was a presidential candidate, we;d win. xD

SonofJor-El waves his hand in Jedi fashion.... wave2.gif

You want to buy that great guy SonofJor-El an Asus P8Z77 I Deluxe motherboard....
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I don't think that a good idea, fluid in this loop will be really hot.

People nowadays seem to go way overboard on rad space.

Its been generally accepted for a while now that 120mm rad space per block is enough for almost any situation. Current cpus and gpus are also much less power hungry than a few generations ago, so I dont see heat being an issue in this setup. the only problem I forsee is fitting it in.
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did anyone ever add something to the feet to make them more stable, without losing the look?

Do you think on something like that ?


It was my first try on a sketch, might give it to a mate with a lasercutter.

Mine´s lookin like that at the moment, Tryin to get Ideas how to do the loop.

The 8800gt is just a mock up.

it's pretty straightforward if you're just gonna remove the handles altogether - but i want to keep them tongue.gif
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it's pretty straightforward if you're just gonna remove the handles altogether - but i want to keep them tongue.gif

Its actually really simple to make them into cast resin pieces. The molds can be made from making your own silicone rubber kits. Then once the mold is made, the resin can be cast! Once dried they feel and act like ABS plastic. They can be cast in ANY color from opaque and transparent. Hmmm... Not a bad idea now thumb.gif

EDIT: Doing some thought making (who knew I was capable!), They can not only be cast in a variety of colors, but can be cast heavier or lighter depending on your demands. I thought you may want to check it out HERE as I have some ideas now to start casting my own. If you want me to do it for you I can as I have done this before but casting Lego Star Wars helmets biggrin.gif
Edited by SonofJor-El - 1/9/13 at 3:04pm
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Anyone want to recommend a closed water cooling loop they use? I would do a custom, but that stuff is $$$$

I'm debating the H50 or H70 back mounted or the H100i top mounted. I want to try and obstruct as much view as possible, as I have a window on the side opposite the GPU and would like to see inside. I also want to try and avoid having anything poking out the top too. Won't be using an Optical Disk Drive or the upper HDD bay, so there's a lot of room, I may even ditch the lower HDD and stick my two drives somewhere else. What do you guys think?
    
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For just a CPU loop? Custom could be almost the same as the CCL!
DDC pump-35
Raystorm-50
Radiator-40
Reservoir-30
and then fittings of your choice
and if you wanted to be cheap you could go to a big box hardware store and get tubing...
I have the h100, and the h80, and custom loop and love the custom loop..then you can route the tubing to how you want biggrin.gif
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