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post #5181 of 11741
Starting my prodigy water build, I have all the things I need because I made a switch 810 build not long ago but that thing is huge!

Does this seem like a decent location for the pump and res? If I put the res right above the pump it basically touches the fan because the rx240 is fat.







Or should I just get this:



but i'd be saving money if I use what I already have.
post #5182 of 11741
Decided to just use a t-line.



Works well, just attached my res to the top of the fill line during filling then took it off after. Going to change to clear tubing though with orange dye and hide the T connection behind the rad up top.
Edited by ilikebeer - 2/7/13 at 9:01am
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Decided to just use a t-line.

I hope you'll be doing a build log here!
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Can anyone tell me if the H100/80 will actually work with an FM2 socket? The box and specs for the unit don't list that socket as one of the ones that is compatible. I know they make the H100i/80i and those ones say that they are compatible with the FM2 sockets, but I'm curious what the difference is?

All AMD CPU brackets are the same (S754, S939, AM2/3, FM1/2), so go for it.
But APU is good for HTPC and some low end PCs that don't need powerful GPU and CPU.
One other thing, Asrock release or will be releasing another mITX FM2 board.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/FM2A85X-ITX/

Since MSI mobo is currently unavailable I'm looking for something else. I wonder why they're stopping production so soon mad.gif Cause MSI is way better equipped.
 
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WOOOOOOTTT!!!!! Motherboard was shipped yesturday morning AND I just ordered the rest of my stuff from Newegg!!!!!!



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All AMD CPU brackets are the same (S754, S939, AM2/3, FM1/2), so go for it.
But APU is good for HTPC and some low end PCs that don't need powerful GPU and CPU.
One other thing, Asrock release or will be releasing another mITX FM2 board.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/FM2A85X-ITX/

Since MSI mobo is currently unavailable I'm looking for something else. I wonder why they're stopping production so soon mad.gif Cause MSI is way better equipped.

Interesting... looks like that will be the successor to the one that catches fire so easily. I'm not overly worried about that now, since the motherboard I ordered is finally back in stock from a back order, and has been shipped to me!


Edit: Room mate said Fedex dropped a package off for me this morning, so my motherboard is already there!

Edited by Pestilaence - 2/7/13 at 10:24am
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If I were to use Copper tubing for lines, what size would be best?

id 1/2" ??
    
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Can anyone confirm that two xspc ex240's with fans will fit in this case? One on the top one on the front. I mean the version that doesn't have cross-flow.
Edited by ilikebeer - 2/7/13 at 9:52am
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Can anyone confirm that two xspc ex240's with fans will fit in this case? One on the top one on the front. I mean the version that doesn't have cross-flow.

Maybe if You move upper one to the back of the case. Better option will be 240 on top and 180 or 200 on front.

Edit: With 200 on front You will need thinner rad on top, I've got Magicool slim 240 and front fan practically lays on 200.


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If I were to use Copper tubing for lines, what size would be best?

id 1/2" ??



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